We are fully into fall and my classroom is all about stories, book love and community.
#kidsarereading at our first visit to the Vancouver Public Library.
When buddies perch together over a book in the same colours, it’s extra cute.
How lucky am I? My original book worm has a friend. Both student made. Blessed.
Writers are readers and readers are writers. Scenes from Story Workshop.
Join Jen from Teach Mentor Texts and Kellee and Ricki from Unleashing Readers and share all of the reading you have done over the week from picture books to young adult novels. Follow the links to read about all of the amazing books the #IMWAYR community has read. It’s the best way to discover what to read next.
Who is the Mystery Reader? by Mo Willems
I so wish I was loving this series a little more. But I am just not. It’s cute enough but it just doesn’t have quite enough for me to get excited about. But remaining hopeful about future titles. The first one was better, in my opinion. This one? Okay.
Hide and Seek by Anthony Browne
Gorgeous forest scenes as siblings play hide and seek in the woods.
Hello Lighthouse by Sophie Blackall
So yes, this is a wow book – fully Caldecott worthy. Love the historic details and extra information in the back matter. Oh this beautiful lonely lighthouse.
Everything You Need For a Treehouse written by Carter Higgins and illustrated by Emily Hughes
Exquisite language and incredible illustrations. Full out inspiration for tree house imagining.
What John Marco Saw written by Annie Barrows and illustrated by Nancy Lemon
Little John Marco notices what nobody else does. And then . . .
Get up, Stand up inspired by the song by Bob Marley – written by Cedella Marley Booker with illustrations by John Jay Cabuay
Act with justice and care in mind in the face of bullying and unkind, insensitive acts.
Mighty Jack and Zita the Spacegirl (Mighty Jack, #3; Zita the Spacegirl, #4) by Ben Hatke
What a treat this one is for the fans of both books! Packed with action and adventure;