Memoirs of a Goldfish
Memoirs of a Goldfish By Devin Scillian Grades 1-4 Written as a daily memoir, this book tells about the life of a pet goldfish. He isn't very happy as his bowl gets more crowded each day with other fish and decorations. He wishes to have his fishbowl all to himself...until his wish comes true and he realizes he's lonely. Writing Seed: Use this book to kick off a discussion on first person narratives or journal/memoir writing with your students.
My Mouth Is A Volcano
Product Details ISBN-13:9781931636858Publisher: National Center for Youth Issues Publication date:01/01/2005Pages:32Sales rank:16,085Product dimensions: 7.60(w) x 8.80(h) x 0.10(d)Lexile:AD600L (what's this?)Age Range:4 - 8 Years
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Two Fun Biographies for Younger Students
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Book of the Week: Sneezy the Snowman
Disclaimer: This post contains affiliate links to Amazon.com for your convenience. It feels like FOREVER since I've actually had the chance to sit down and share with you what I've been doing in my speech room! Before Christmas, my son came home telling me about a book that his preschool teacher read to him. It sounded fun! The next week, a co-worker had it out in her pile of snow themed books and I had to check it out. Sneezy the Snowman is now one of my all-time favorite snowman books! I…