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    • Ms. Tate

      This book is a great introduction to writing workshop or read-aloud for personal narrative. (writer's craft)

    • Kira Snyder

      The Best Story - one of the first books read each year in Writer's Workshop. It's great for teaching where writer's get their ideas. In the end, the main character learns that the best story comes from your heart. Give students hearts to write down possible free write ideas

    • Katie Archer

      Great writer's workshop read aloud to introduce coming up with ideas to write about Floating Through First Grade: Writer's Workshop Mentor Texts Linky Party

    • Emily Hevrdeys

      read aloud for helping kids write - good to go along with personal narratives for writer's workshop

    • ClassroomIQ

      Great for Launching... generating ideas. #school #class #teachers #newteachers #classroom #books

    • Heidi Cain

      introduction to writing workshop or read-aloud for personal narrative; mentor text

    • Amy Joley

      Writer's Workshop picture book

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