Books Worth Reading


Books Worth Reading

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a whole youtube channel where classic childrens stories are read outloud

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Great friendship book -- could use as introduction for creating model words about friendship - eventually using those as blocks for improvisation.

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Writing Activities for the 1st week of school - 2nd grade

Step into 2nd Grade with Mrs. Lemons: New School Year

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10 Picture Books you and your children will love reading together. #overstuffedlife

10 Favorite Picture Books You May Not Have Heard Of

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A young boy advises mama slug how to teach little slug to read! This charming picture book is a great pick for teachers and parents who are teaching children that are just beginning to read.

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This is the cutest back to school book EVER! You're Finally Here by Melanie Watt is the perfect little book for lots of first week fun! Visit this post to see all we did with this book! | Around the Kampfire

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Fhe lessons = positive ways to act & consequences of behavior

Book Review: The Way I Act

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Secondgradealicious: Beginning of the Year Read Alouds! So excited! This book is great for instilling a growth mindset.

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Names––How great it is to learn your name. It's a great beginning to reading all sorts of things.

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Here are 60+ classic (new and old) books every child should read.

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Teaching 2nd Person Point of View with Picture Books

Second Person Point of View in Picture Books

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Into the Wilderness: One of the best books I have read. In fact I have re-read it several times. from another pinner

Into the Wilderness (Wilderness, #1)

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Remember Benedict Arnold? He had a wife. And her story is really juicy, at least in this historical fiction novel. You’ll hear about his wife, Peggy, through the eyes of her maid. It’s the Revolutionary War meets “Downton Abbey.” Trust us on this one.

Good Reads: Our Fall Reading List

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Daughters of the Witching Hill. Historical Fiction based on an infamous trial held in 1612 in Lancashire, England. Read around Halloween.

Historical fiction beyond Anne Boleyn: Witches and witchcraft

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The Kitchen House . . . worth reading late into the night to find out what happened to these characters.

The Kitchen House

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The Forgetten Garden by Kate Morton - an unforgettable journey through generations and across continents as two women try to uncover their family’s secret past. - couldn't put this one down!

The Forgotten Garden | IndieBound

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Can't put this book down!!! Very interesting account of what happened after the survivors of the Titanic reached NYC.

W. 11th & Bluff: The Dressmaker by Kate Alcott

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Possible book club read. Another pinner said...Year of Wonders, by Geraldine Brooks. You feel like you are living it. The main character is a self-taught midwife during the plague...one of the best books I've read the last few years. I plan to read more of this author's books.

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List of 100 historical fiction books for kids K-6

FREE List of 100+ Historical Fiction Books for K-6

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heart-tugging, can’t-stop-reading, phenomenal historical fiction middle grade books!! LOVE these!

Phenomenal New Historical Fiction Books - Imagination Soup

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Good for making Inferences

Plantzilla | Clever School Teacher > Categories > CS35Inferring

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Books We're Currently Reading - I Can Teach My Child!

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Books that teach important lessons. What book would you add?

88 Books That Teach Important Lessons - No Time For Flash Cards

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Great beginning of the year book! Always loved doing this one with my fifth graders... might work in first grade too

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Context clues...This amazing internationally-acclaimed book would make a good wrap up for the end of a unit on fairytales. Students must have background knowledge of fairytales before encountering this book. This book would also make a good mentor text for teaching vocabulary. Some complex words and phrases include: Furthermore, scrabbled, illustrator, desperately, “dressed to the nines”, and “furious discussion”.

Who's Afraid of the Big Bad Book?

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