“And sometimes he is thinking about nothing at all.”
When it talks about how the world is asleep except for the paperboy and his dog and this is when they feel the happiest.
The Paperboy by Dav Pilkey was written in 1997 and won the Caldecott award. This book leaves the reader feeling at peace and relaxed as the cool and dark tones of the pictures remind you of the early morning before the sun has begun to touch the earth. It tells a nice story of the boy who delivers the paper and how his morning is different than the norm.
The Paperboy written and illustrated by Dav Pilkey is a fiction picture book that won the silver Caldecott Honor. This book talks about a paper boy and his dogs morning routine from not wanting to wake up, to delivering the papers before the sun comes up, to coming home and going back to bed. #ucflae3414su19
The Paperboy (RF) by Dave Pilkey, a Caldecott Honor Book, would be great for a Partner Reading (PR). This book describes the morning of a little boy who delivers papers with his dog. The Paperboy is a simple book that has good descriptive words that younger students and ESOL students can learn from. Also, students can learn about story sequence. The UDL principle that can be used is 2.4, promoting understanding across languages.