Books That Teach Kids to Write by Marianne Saccardi

By Marianne Saccardi

This booklet presents a wealth of read-aloud titles and similar actions that offer busy academics with the instruments to assist scholars in grades K–12 develop into profitable writers.

• comprises 14 reproducible sheets that support scholars perform the talents defined within the book

• presents huge bibliographies and references to the entire approximately four hundred books discussed

• includes an index that permits academics to without problems entry varied topics

• provides prices and recommendation from 25 specialists within the field

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2007. New York: Holiday House. ISBN 978-0-8234-2066-7. Kitty looks for her favorite kind of cuddle. Carter, David A. 2004. One Red Dot. New York: Little Simon/Simon & Schuster. ISBN 978-087769-8. The amazing pulls and pop-ups in this book turn counting into a wonderful experience. , and James Diaz. 1999. Some Words about Playing Elements of Pop Up: A Pop Up Book for Aspiring Paper Engineers. New York: Little Simon/Simon & Schuster. ISBN 9780689822247. The authors offer a history of pop-ups, 50 pop-up models, and photographs showing how pop-ups are made.

Even students who shy away from books will not be able to put The Word Snoop down, and they will be creating and learning about words as they go. Companion books that provide even more examples of the word play and games Dubosarsky discusses are several books by Jon Agee such as: Go Hang a Salami! : And Other Palindromes (1994), Smart Feller Fart Smeller: And Other Spoonerisms (2006), and Palindromania! (2002, 2009). Humorous line drawings will have students laughing as well as eager to take a crack at creating their own language jokes.

New York: Sunburst. ISBN 978-0374400255. (Orig. pub. ) Readers will have clues to unlock and even famous personalities to meet as they read the funny stories in this, Agee’s fourth collection of palindromes. Agee, Jon. 2006. Smart Feller Fart Smeller: And Other Spoonerisms. New York: Hyperion. ISBN 078683692X. Students will learn what a spoonerism is and be treated to many funny examples that are illustrated with humorous cartoons. Arena, Felice. 2007. Sally and Dave a Slug Story. La Jolla, CA: Kane Miller.

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