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used to love reading this one to the girls

There's NO Such Thing As a Dragon by Jack Kent. My Gram used to read this to us. Still one of my favorite stories!

Boy these dolls were hard to find the first year they came out.  We eventually found them.

Getting a new Cabbage Patch Kid, hanging her birth certificate on the wall, and carrying her around with you everywhere. My cabbage patch kid name was Jennifer Lynette!

we were so painfully 80s scissorshappy

I had a phone just like this. I wasn't allowed to talk on the phone after a certain time each night. Good thing about this phone was your could turn the ringer off, but the lights would still flash!

Brer Rabbit and the Tar Baby  Mom use to tell me this story.  My great grandmother use to tell it to her.

Brer Rabbit and the Tar Baby Mom use to tell me this story. My great grandmother use to tell it to her.

Here's a Lesson using There's No Such Thing As A Dragon by Jack Kent. This blog has lots of great ideas & resources!

There's No Such Thing As A Dragon by Jack Kent - Teaching Ideas

Sleepover at Gramma's House: Barbara Joosse, Jan Jutte: 9780399252617: AmazonSmile: Books

Sleepover at Gramma's House by Barbara Joosse

Once Upon a Dragon by Jean Pendziwol-- Little by little, a girl teaches her irrepressible friend to be careful about strangers. The winning combination of fairy-tale adventure and concrete safety information — including the Dragon's Stranger Safety Rhyme and the checklist of rules at the end of the book — provide the perfect starting point for discussions with children about stranger safety. *

Once Upon a Dragon: Stranger Safety for Kids (and Dragons): Jean E Pendziwol, Martine Gourbault:

Read with your kids to prevent bullying

The Tale of Sir Dragon: Dealing with Bullies for Kids (and Dragons) by Jean E Pendziwol, Martine Gourbault

Teach Mentor Texts: Randy Riley's Really Big HitWriting Strategies to Practice: Personal Narrative  Writing Prompts: Write about a time in your life when someone didn't believe what you had to say. Topics Covered: Integration - PE - Baseball, Self-Esteem, Hobbies/Passions, Family, Integration - Science - Robots, Integration - Science - Stars/Constellations/Solar System/Astronomy, Invention, Creativity, Ingenuity, Perseverance, Trust

Randy Riley's Really Big Hit author/illustrator: Chris Van Dusen Randy likes space, robots, and baseball, but he can't ace everything . Chris Van Dusen knocks one out of the park with a comical ode to ingenuity.

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