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The Llama Who Had No Pajama

Author : Mary Ann Hoberman
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Exploring the wonders of childhood, an amusing collection of poetry encompasses an array of topics, from rhyming observations of centipedes to verse celebrations of birthdays, and comes complete with full-color illustrations. Reprint.

Poetry People

Author : Sylvia M. Vardell
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Alphabetical entries provide brief biographies, highlight selected books, describe poetic style and awards won, and suggest curriculum connections for more than sixty contemporary authors of poetry for children and young adults.

Books Kids Will Sit Still for 3

Author : Judy Freeman
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Keep children on the edge of their seats with this guide to captivating read-alouds for grades K through 6. Tips on presentation and references to related titles help you plan effective programs and instill a love of books and reading.

Llama

Author : Helen Cowie
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Known for their woolly charm, sure-footed strength, and a propensity to spit at you if you bother them too much, llamas have had a rich and diverse history. Since their domestication high in the Andes, they have been farmed, smuggled, sacrificed, and sometimes kept around just to be petted. They have functioned at different times as luxury commodities, literary muses, and national symbols, and they have served by turns as beasts of burden, circus performers, and even golf caddies. In this book, Helen Cowie charts the fascinating history of llamas and their close relatives, alpacas, guanacos, and vicuñas. Cowie illustrates how deeply the Incas venerated llamas and shows how the animals are still cherished in their native lands in Peru and Bolivia, remaining central to Andean culture. She also tells the story of attempts to introduce llamas and alpacas to Britain, the United States, and Australia, where they are used today for trekking, wool production, and even as therapy animals. Packed with llama drama and alpaca facts, this book will delight animal lovers, fans of natural history, and anyone who just can’t resist these inimitable animals’ off-the-charts cuteness factor.

Cool Story Programs for the School Age Crowd

Author : Rob Reid
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Offers eighteen offbeat literary programs featuring creepy, dirty, and stinky stories that will appeal to young readers.

Math

Author : Anonimo
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Teaching Phonemic Awareness Through Children s Literature and Experiences

Author : Nancy E. Allen Jurenka
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Provides teachers and parents with 75 engaging and creative lessons that make teaching phonemic awareness fun and meaningful.

Something about the Author

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The Horn Book Guide to Children s and Young Adult Books

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The Horn Book Magazine

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Literary Pathways

Author : Barbara Peterson
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Literary pathways : selecting books to support new readers / Barbara Peterson.

Talking Book Topics

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Includes audio versions, and annual title-author index.

Children s Literature in the Elementary School

Author : Charlotte S. Huck
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For Younger Readers

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Three Voices

Author : Bernice E. Cullinan
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Teachers know that poetry is a great deal more than just an add-on or an "enrichment" to be fitted into the curriculum at a spare moment. And they are aware of how positively children respond to and learn from reading and writing poetry. The key is to know where to start and how to develop teaching ideas that make poetry a natural and enjoyable part of classroom work. The text is organized around strategies for using poetry. There are thirty-three detailed strategies spelled out and nearly three hundred brief suggestions. Sidebars contain information on such topics as criteria and a checklist for selecting the kinds of poetry children like, and descriptions of poetry forms.

Trophies

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Trophies

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Contains materials designed to aid students in understanding the stories and lessons in grade 3 of the Trophies : Harcourt reading/language art program.

American Book Publishing Record

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Literature for Young Children

Author : Joan I. Glazer
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This broad introduction to early childhood literature focuses on literacy analysis and on specific techniques and methods of effective literature-based education. Updates references of children's books that readers can use as examples of quality literature. Strengthens coverage of several areas including nonfiction, multicultural/international literature, and the use of literature in integrated teaching for the primary grades. For educators and school administrators.

Teaching Reading

Author : Pamela J. Farris
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A Balanced Approach to Literacy Instruction provides students with a strong background in using a balanced approach to literacy instruction. Using the National Standards for English Language Arts as a guide, the book calls for classroom teachers to become knowledgeable of and to master several literacy instructional practices, applying each when appropriate. A wide variety of literacy instructional practices are clearly presented. Theories are accompanied by practical, research-based ideas that students can use as they complete their field-based experiences and go out into their own classrooms. In addition to its in-depth coverage of phonics, comprehension, assessment, and vocabulary instructional strategies, A Balanced Approach to Literacy Instruction has wide coverage of technology and writing. Ways to meet the needs of diverse student populations are discussed throughout the book. Students also are provided with thorough lesson plans in reading, writing, and technology for them to consider using or adapting for their field based experiences.