How Many Days to America? by Eve Bunting tells the story of refugees from a Carribean island as they set sail for America. Eve Bunting has several texts that work well for text to world connections, including The Wall {Vietnam War}, Fly Away Home {homelessness/poverty}, A Day’s Work {other cultures}, Dandelions {westward movement in America} and Cheyenne Again {early Native Americans}.

How Many Days to America? by Eve Bunting tells the story of refugees from a Carribean island as they set sail for America. Eve Bunting has several texts that work well for text to world connections, including The Wall {Vietnam War}, Fly Away Home {homelessness/poverty}, A Day’s Work {other cultures}, Dandelions {westward movement in America} and Cheyenne Again {early Native Americans}.

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The wall - book recommendation from Laura Candler's Corkboard Connections blog: This is an excellent book to read to students when discussing Veteran's Day. You can click on the book image for reviews and more information.

The wall - book recommendation from Laura Candler's Corkboard Connections blog: This is an excellent book to read to students when discussing Veteran's Day. You can click on the book image for reviews and more information.

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Dandelions by Eve Bunting {A Must Read Mentor Text for Westward Expansion and much more!} - Collaboration Cuties

Dandelions by Eve Bunting {A Must Read Mentor Text for Westward Expansion and much more!} - Collaboration Cuties

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Free senses unit. Night Tree by Eve Bunting (K-2 Activities) - The Book Princess - TeachersPayTeachers.com

Free senses unit. Night Tree by Eve Bunting (K-2 Activities) - The Book Princess - TeachersPayTeachers.com

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Bunting, E., & Lewin, T. (2006). One green apple. New York: Clarion Books. In a contemporary setting of a traditional American field trip, Farah is a Muslim immigrant who is trying to fit in with the other students. She does not speak English but communicates through gestures. Bunting uses an apple as a metaphor for immigration and how other cultures bend together to make a new culture.

Bunting, E., & Lewin, T. (2006). One green apple. New York: Clarion Books. In a contemporary setting of a traditional American field trip, Farah is a Muslim immigrant who is trying to fit in with the other students. She does not speak English but communicates through gestures. Bunting uses an apple as a metaphor for immigration and how other cultures bend together to make a new culture.

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Eve Bunting Author Study activities: “Find Someone Who Has Read” game and compare contrast writing activity about Bunting’s books! Fun opening or closing activity for an author study-- aligned to Common Core! TONS of other author studies in this store! #Teachering

Eve Bunting Author Study activities: “Find Someone Who Has Read” game and compare contrast writing activity about Bunting’s books! Fun opening or closing activity for an author study-- aligned to Common Core! TONS of other author studies in this store! #Teachering

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