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1. Comment on SUMMER IN THE CITY – Chapter Two by Lauren

I would bring

6 things along ( A sleeping bag,pillow,tent ,flashlight,some YUMMY marshmellows and some fire

wood for making some smores

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2. SUMMER IN THE CITY – Chapter Four

As we have discovered in this chapter, Max can be a bit of a handful for Charlie to look after. Max goes peeking into Tony’s van while he is sharpening a knife and nearly scares Tony half to death! The very next day, Max goes wondering into a [...]

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3. SUMMER IN THE CITY – Chapter Three

Fish-sitting Catherine’s goldfish Jaws, has not worked out too well for the boys. Jaws is dead. So Charlie and Max look for a replacement at the pet store. The boys have a hard time remembering exactly what Jaws looked like, and there are so many different goldfish to [...]

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4. SUMMER IN THE CITY – Chapter Two

The tent is up and the boys are packed and ready to go (even if it is only into the backyard). The evening starts off well with some scary stories and flashlight tag. Once Max is asleep Charlie is startled by something moving around close [...]

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5. SUMMER IN THE CITY – Chapter One

Charlie is not impressed with the fact that he is not going anywhere exciting this summer. A “stay-cation” as his Dad put it. Charlie’s little brother Max would prefer the opposite, a ”go-cation”, and so would Charlie. Instead they will have to survive summer at home in Montreal. To [...]

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Without further delay, we introduce to you our next book club selection Summer In The City by Marie-Louise Gay and David Homel. There is no exotic summer vacation for Charlie and Max this year. This year they will be spending summer… at home! Find out how their wit and creativity bring [...]

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7. The One And Only Ivan – Pages 254 to 283 – The End

  Ivan has been transported to the zoo, and is slowly introduced to his new home, and new gorilla family. One day Maya show’s Ivan a recording on the TV of Ruby at the zoo. Ruby is happy. And Ivan is thankful for that. We certainly don’t want [...]

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8. First Day Of School

  We sure hope everyone had a wonderful first day back at school! Work hard, have fun, and keep reading!  

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9. Comment on The One And Only Ivan – Pages 1 to 50 by Lauren

I like Bob sleeping on Ivan’s belly.

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10. The One And Only Ivan – Pages 221 to 253

Ivan’s paintings have been mounted on the huge outdoor billboard, and they have attracted a lot of attention. More visitors, people with cameras, protesters and in time, a lady from the zoo. A large box is left at the mall that will eventually be used to transport Ruby [...]

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11. Comment on THE ONE AND ONLY IVAN by Margaret

Wow! Your website is fabulous! It’s been awhile since I last visited and I love everything! Great job! You have a wonderful knack of capturing our attention and I definetly want to read your featured story.

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12. The One And Only Ivan – Pages 147 to 220

Mack has forced Ruby to learn some new tricks. He scares her with the claw-stick, until he gets his way. And soon, Ruby begins performing at the mall, three times a day, just like Stella had. The last thing Ivan wants is for Ruby to spend the rest of her [...]

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13. The One And Only Ivan – Pages 108 to 146

Stella is gone. And the loss hurts. Ruby, who is now alone in her cage, longs for the comfort of Stella’s stories. And so, Ivan wanting to do his best to watch over Ruby, thinks about his past. And tells a story about when he was [...]

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14. The One And Only Ivan – Pages 51 to 107

Mack has purchased another animal. A young elephant named Ruby. Ruby was born in the wild. And has experienced life outside of captivity. Before coming to the Big Top Mall, Ruby was a circus elephant. And she spent most of each day chained up. Stella [...]

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15. The One And Only Ivan – Pages 1 to 50

Ivan lives in a room with four walls. Three are glass. The fourth wall is decorated with a jungle mural. He calls this room his domain. Ivan has been alone in his domain for nine thousand eight hundred and fifty-five days. Which is exactly 27 years. Thankfully, Ivan has [...]

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We are happy to introduce to you a book about a kind and patient gorilla named Ivan. “The One And Only Ivan” by Katherine Applegate is a touching story about Ivan’s pursuit to provide a better life for a new young friend. In this story [...]

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17. CHAPTERS 28 to 32 – The End

The upcoming award ceremony is a very big occasion for the beautiful matron. And Miss Switch is spending plenty of time in preparation, in order to look her very best. As Miss Switch stays busy primping and priming, Margaret and Pip carry out some special plans of their own. As you know [...]

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We have just one more blog post to go for the amazing Margaret And The Moth Tree. And we look forward to announcing our next great book Wednesday July 4th. Have a fun and safe long weekend. Thanks for reading along with us! Jessica

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19. Comment on CHAPTERS 1 to 4 – The Hopeton Orphanage by Jessica

I can’t say I am very comfortable around any bugs for the most part. Especially flying ones. So I would say that moths are okay as long as they are not fluttering around to close. I prefer to see one that is sitting very still, at a fair distance.

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20. Comment on CHAPTERS 18 to 22 – Tricking Miss Switch by Jessica

Great one Lauren!

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21. CHAPTERS 23 to 27 – How Ironic

Miss Switch has successfully fooled the Concerned Ladies’ Club along with the rest of the community into thinking she is a wonderful Matron, because now she is to be given an award. A Caregiver of the Year award! Margaret cannot help it. She is just so [...]

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22. Comment on CHAPTERS 14 to 17 – The Moth Tree by Lauren

I like playing in the spray park.

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23. Comment on CHAPTERS 18 to 22 – Tricking Miss Switch by Lauren

How do you make a tissue dance?

Put a boogie in it!

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24. CHAPTERS 18 to 22 – Tricking Miss Switch

There is very little to smile about at Hopeton Orphanage. Luckily, Margaret is around to help liven things up a little. At Miss Switch’s expense, and with Pip’s help, Margaret finds a way to give the orphans a little something to whisper and giggle about. Miss [...]

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The Royal Alberta Museum website has some wonderful information on our local moths. Just click on the link below! Moths in Alberta

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