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1. Wombat's Musical Adventure (Paperback, 2013)
    Author: Chrissy Tetley
    Illustrator: Theresa Burns
N/A 1/25/2015
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chrissy tetley said: Wombat is looking for a musical instrument to play But will he find one that is just the right shape and size for a little wombat? This fun informative storybook is suitable for young children ages...more
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1 Reviews
2. Albert's New Friendly Everyday Song (Paperback, 2013)
    Author: Chrissy Tetley
    Illustrator: Donna Price
N/A 1/25/2015
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chrissy tetley said: A Storybook for young readers ages 2 -6 years. An early childhood adventure about music. With Albert and Phoebe exploring singing and musical instruments.
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1 Reviews
3. The Surround Sounds of Music (Paperback, 2012)
    Author: Chrissy Tetley
    Illustrator: Theresa Burns
N/A 1/25/2015
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chrissy tetley said: A fun educational story teaching children about orchestral instruments and how they fit into woodwind, brass & string sections. The characters are Australian Bush animals having a musical adventure w...more
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1 Reviews
4. Tales About Rhythm and Music Notes (Paperback, 2012)
    Author: Chrissy Tetley
    Illustrator: Theresa Burns
N/A 1/25/2015
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chrissy tetley said: Book Two in The Musical Adventures of Professor Anacrusis. This Chapter Book teaches children about Music Notes, Time Signatures & about Rhythm. This engaging story encourages discussion about why m...more
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5. Amazing Grace (Paperback, 1993)
    Author: Caroline Binch, Mary Hoffman
Ages 9-12 1/25/2015
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Alice Walters said: I love this book! And Amazing Grace is for all children, not just girls. The story and illustrations make it a wonderful read aloud, with plenty of opportunities for student engagement. It's perfect...more
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148 Reviews  
6. My Name Is Yoon (Paperback, 2003)
    Author: Helen Recorvits
    Illustrator: Gabi Swiatkowska
N/A 1/25/2015
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Alice Walters said: The story and illustrations of My Name Is Yoon are both so beautiful, I could get carried away using it strictly for a read aloud. If necessary, I would use it also to teach voice, inferences, sequenc...more
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11 Reviews  
7. Don't Let The Pigeon Drive The Bus! (Paperback, 2003) N/A 1/25/2015
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Alice Walters said: The Pigeon mirrors the behavior of kids so well, they'll recognize themselves. While they're having fun with the text, it's also good for teaching sequence, inferences, voice, and contractions.
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2664 Reviews  
8. Stone Soup (Paperback, 1986)
    Author: Ann McGovern
    Illustrator: Ey Pels, Winslow Pinney Pels
Ages 4-8 1/25/2015
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Alice Walters said: A new take on the old folk-tale, plus rich illustrations draw the reader in, and provide a backdrop for teaching cause and effect, predicting, and sequence.
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191 Reviews  
9. Bear Shadow (Paperback, 1990)
    Author: Frank Asch
N/A 1/25/2015
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Alice Walters said: Bear makes learning about contractions, sequence, cause and effect, and irregular verbs fun for readers.
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16 Reviews  
10. The Doorbell Rang (Gr. K-3) (Paperback, 1948)
    Author: Pat Hutchins
Baby to Pre-K 1/25/2015
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Alice Walters said: The Doorbell Rang use a familiar scenario to provide a background for teaching sequence, cause and effect, contractions, and other treading strategies. Repetitive text makes it user-friendly for even...more
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185 Reviews  
11. Gregory, the Terrible Eater (Reading Rainbow) (Paperback, 1989)
    Author: Marjorie Weinman Sharmat
    Illustrator: Ariane Dewey, Jose Aruego
Ages 4-8 1/25/2015
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Alice Walters said: Gregory, the Terrible Eater serves up a menu of word analysis practice including compound words, affixes, and contractions in a fun social story. Students in my small, leveled reading group enjoyed t...more
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114 Reviews  
12. Growl!: A Book about Bears (Paperback) N/A 1/25/2015
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Alice Walters said: This is a great book for teaching early, or low, readers nonfiction text features. My leveled small group also used it to practice taking notes in an outline format.
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1 Reviews
13. The Tale of Peter Rabbit (Paperback, 1992)
    Author: Beatrix Potter
    Illustrator: David McPhail
Ages 4-8 1/25/2015
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Alice Walters said: the engaging adventures of Peter Rabbit provide a springboard for teaching sequence, cause and effect, and drawing conclusions. It's also a useful tool with word analysis skills, such as compound word...more
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221 Reviews  
14. The Gingerbread Man (Easy-to-Read Folktales) (Paperback, 1985)
    Author: Karen Lee Schmidt
    Illustrator: Karen Lee Schmidt
Ages 4-8 1/25/2015
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Alice Walters said: Engaging illustrations and repetitive text make The Gingerbread Bread a good choice for early readers learning cause and effect, and sequence.Teaching verb tenses, transition words and quotations can ...more
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93 Reviews  
15. Flat Stanley [by] Jeff Brown: A study guide (Novel-ties) (Unknown Bindin...
    Author: Garrett Christopher
N/A 1/25/2015
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Alice Walters said: An engaging story that captures the adventures children would love to go on. Flat Stanley provides a backdrop for enriching vocabulary and teaching word analysis strategies. Online resources help to...more
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1 Reviews
16. Plaid Frogs Blue Toads & Pink Pollywog's (Paperback, 2010)
    Author: Susan Marie Murdoch
    Illustrator: Susan Marie Murdoch
N/A 1/24/2015
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2 Reviews  
17. Ants on a Log (Paperback, 2011)
    Author: Beryl Reichenberg
    Illustrator: Beryl Reichenberg, Gini Griffin
Ages 4-8 1/24/2015
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Beryl Reichenberg said: Jack the Rabbit hates vegetables and his mother tries various ways to get him to eat his greens. When he discovers a snack at school called ants on a log, he decides to try other kinds of foods with v...more
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1 Reviews
18. On The Pier (Kindle Edition, 2014)
    Author: Danna J. Walters
    Illustrator: Vicki Killion Guess
N/A 1/23/2015
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2 Reviews  
19. The Burning Shadow (Gods and Warriors) (Paperback, 2015)
    Author: Michelle Paver
N/A 1/23/2015
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20. Chinese New Year (Curious Fox: Holidays and Festivals) (Paperback, 2015)
    Author: Nancy Dickmann
N/A 1/22/2015
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21. Dust Girl: The American Fairy Trilogy Book 1 (Hardcover, 2012)
    Author: Sarah Zettel
N/A 1/22/2015
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1 Reviews
22. George Washington and the General's Dog (Step-Into-Reading, Step 3) (Pap...
    Author: FRANK MURPHY
    Illustrator: Richard Walz
Ages 4-8 1/22/2015
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Alice Walters said: This was a perfect book for a small group of below level 4th grade readers. The story is engaging, and lent itself to teaching several word analysis skills, along with comprehension skills such as se...more
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62 Reviews  
23. The Big Lie: A True Story (Paperback, 1994)
    Author: Isabella Leitner, Judy Pedersen
Ages 9-12 1/22/2015
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Alice Walters said: What a powerful story! THE BIG LIE totally engaged a small group of middle school Title 1 reading students. The subject matter (the Holocaust), makes it a story for intermediate readers although the...more
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44 Reviews  
24. The Great Kapok Tree: A Tale of the Amazon Rain Forest (Paperback, 1990)
    Author: Lynne Cherry
N/A 1/22/2015
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Alice Walters said: What a treasure trove of reading experiences! THE GREAT KAPOK TREE brings a new awareness of environmental issues to children through rich language and vivid illustrations. It's wonderful for a read...more
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94 Reviews  
25. Todd's TV (Library Binding, 2010)
    Author: James Proimos
    Illustrator: James Proimos
Ages 4-8 1/22/2015
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Alice Walters said: For well below grade level 4th graders, a book where the TV is one of the main characters was a great choice. TODD'S TV is funny, engaging, and is packed with reading skill opportunities, such as tea...more
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19 Reviews  
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