Read about Helen Docherty
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Read about Helen Docherty
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Did you ever wonder where all of these nursery rhymes came from? You can read more about the history of them in this Wonderopolis article:
Who Was Mother Goose?
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Ever wonder why wolves are often portrayed as "bad" in stories? Read more at Wonderopolis!
Who's Afraid of the Big, Bad, Wolf?
After reading this book, explore more about the dark with these fun articles from Wonderopolis:
Why Do You Have to go to Bed Before Dark?
How Do Things Glow in the Dark?
Why is Dusk Mysterious?
You can also watch this ebook of The Dark.
The illustrator of The Dark is Jon Klassen. He has illustrated lots of children's books, and won many awards. One of his most recent books is Sam and Dave Dig a Hole. Check out the book trailer for this book below:
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We love books by Mo Willems in our library, and this one won't disappoint.
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Younger kids can play Mo's Memory Match game on his website:
Read the persuasive letters these crayons write to Duncan to explain why they are upset with him.
Learn more about crayons by clicking on this link to the Wonderopolis wonder "How Many Crazy Crayon Colors Can You Color With?"
After reading this book, comment on this blog post as if you are either Duncan or one of the Crayons. Give your opinion about the story, or a counterargument to one of the letters. Read some examples below before you comment.
You can learn more about this author by looking at the links below from her website!
You can also watch her talk about writing in these videos on Teachingbooks.net, or view the video below from Reading Rockets:
Write a book review of This is the Rope in the comments section below!
After reading this book, you can learn more about tigers by clicking on this link:
Britannica Article about Tigers
You can also watch these videos of the author talking about this book and how he makes his books!
Watch this video interview of the author and illustrator, Jon J Muth.
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