An Author a Month (for Nickels): by Sharron L. McElmeel

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By Sharron L. McElmeel

Deliver favourite authors and youngsters jointly on your school room with those 3 acclaimed books. each one e-book comprises biographical info, a photograph web page, booklists, and various actions designed to construct examining abilities via stimulating examining enjoyable.

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They provided immeasurable help and information in my quest to locate books and facts. G. Waffle Book Company in Marion, Iowa, a very special book dealer who loves and shares books with everyone she comes into contact with. I am always grateful to be among those with whom she shares. Page xi Introduction One day recently a colleague, Jane Knapp, shared with me the enthusiasm of one of her first graders for his current writing activity. During a session with James Marshall's books, we had discussed the fact that Marshall is a native of Texas and that he often includes a symbol or two of Texas in the books he illustrates.

Andersen, Hans Christian. THE UGLY DUCKLING: A TALE FROM HANS CHRISTIAN ANDERSEN. Retold and illustrated by Lorinda Bryan Cauley. Harcourt, 1979. A classic telling of a tale that is commonly thought to be a thinly disguised autobiography of Hans Christian Andersen. Here the cygnet is hatched with other ducklings and is thought to be a duckling. At every turn he is ridiculed for his ugliness and awkward behavior. The cygnet thought of himself as the "ugly duckling" until one day he looked at his reflection in the water and realized that he was a beautiful swan.

The Little Red Hen. Illustrated by Margot Zemach. Farrar, 1983. 2. Make a story box for this story and put it in the storytelling center. Decorate a school box (cigar box) appropriately and put objects in it that are important to the storyobjects such as a scissors, a thimble, and a needle and thread. Use the box to help tell the story. Discuss what part these items might play in a new story about the little red hen. Kipling, Rudyard. THE ELEPHANT'S CHILD. Illustrated by Lorinda Bryan Cauley. Harcourt, 1983.

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