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The Miraculous Journey of Edward Tulane
The Miraculous Journey of Edward Tulane | Kate DiCamillo, Bagram Ibatoulline
Edward Tulane, a cold-hearted and proud toy rabbit, loves only himself until he is separated from the little girl who adores him and travels across the country, acquiring new owners and listening to their hopes, dreams, and histories. Jr Lib Guild. Teacher's Guide available. Reprint.
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kallikramer
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Published in 2006, This story has won multiple different awards over the years. The Miraculous Journey of Edward Tulane is a story that follows a china rabbit when he gets lost from his original owner. He goes too many different types of peoples homes and meets tons of new people along the way. I would read this story to young children because I think it is a super cute story about a rabbit and it has a very cute ending.

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sarahyurco
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Published: 2006
The Miraculous Journey of Edward Tulane is a story about a china doll rabbit who belongs to a young girl but gets lost. The reader is taken on a wild adventure with Edward as he encounters many new people and places and discovers new feelings, both good and bad. This would be a wonderful read aloud and includes so many cliffhangers throughout the story that will keep readers wanting more.

sarahyurco Awards: Boston Globe-Horn Book Award for children‘s fiction, Parent‘s Choice Award, Quill Awards finalist in children‘s chapter book category (edited) 2mo
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Messiejessie
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The tale of Edward, a china rabbit, who learns to love and how that opens his heart to both pain and joy.

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BookishTrish
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Reread this old family favourite today. It holds up well. All the feels.

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BookishTrish
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Up next…

LeahBergen And it‘s a good one! 10mo
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IamIamIam
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Why yes, I'd like my heart ripped out, stomped on and handed back please. 😭💔

We met Edward, a terribly fine doll who's a bit full of himself and not really capable of caring for anyone. He gets lost and discovers what it's like to love and lose and grieve and find love again.

Next Thursday, we will be without my grandmother for 3 years and this book just wrecked me.
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Cathythoughts ❤️💔 10mo
BennettBookworm I read this as a read aloud with my students and it was so emotional! 10mo
IamIamIam @BennettBookworm Absolutely a tough one! 10mo
BookBabe ❤️ 10mo
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IamIamIam
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Got in early to work today & I'm trying to get some reading in. The tears have been so close to the surface these past few days and this put me over the edge first thing in the morning.
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Chrissyreadit ❤️ 10mo
IamIamIam @Chrissyreadit I'm just glad nobody was in the office yet a few pages later... it was a sobfest!!! 10mo
Chrissyreadit I was in my car crying recently and terrified someone would check on me- I did not want to explain I was listening to something emotional 🤣 10mo
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sarahlandis
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Another YA book read for my middle schoolers. What a wonderful book! I read other Kate DiCamillo books as a young adult but never this one. It was a lovely tale of a conscious, but unmoving toy rabbit. He is vain and terrible. Then tragedy hits and he finds his way to love and compassion in the face of his hard times. Recommend for late elementary school! Loved reading this with my students!

mandarchy I follow her on Facebook and she often posts stories about readers commenting to her about her books. There seems to be a lot of fascination with this book, but I didn't care for it. I wonder if it's too much like the Velveteen Rabbit. I think I'm too cynical. While the reading level is high, the interest level is actuality 3-6 (grade). YA is middle school. 2y
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Jerlynn
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Look at me, he said to her. His arms and legs jerked. Look at me. You got your wish. I have learned how to love. And it‘s a terrible thing. I‘m broken. My heart is broken. Help me. The old woman turned and hobbled away. Come back, thought Edward. Fix me

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lynneamch
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1. China rabbit learns to love.
2. Hubs bringing me coffee in bed every morning. Reminds me to appreciate a new day.
3. 1969: graduation from high school, trip to Europe, started college

I won't tag anyone since it's past #WonderousWednesday, but fun to play. Thanks @EadieB and @Eggs

EadieB You‘re welcome! Thanks for playing! 2y
Eggs You are blessed!! 2y
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Traci1
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#3books #thatgavemeabookhangover

🔸️Written in My Own Heart's Blood was just utter perfection. I just sat in a happy cloud for a while after finishing that one.
🔸️Me Before You gutted me. It left me puffy for days.
🔸️I read Edward Tulane aloud to my then 4 and 8 year olds (now 22 and 18). I had to get the 8 y.o. to read the last 2 pages because I was sobbing so hard I couldn't see the pages.

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OriginalCyn620 Same with Me Before You! 😭 2y
Addison_Reads Edward Tulane is such a wonderful book, although I cried reading it too. My nieces and nephews cried when we read it and still talk about it today, and the oldest is 32. I tell everyone to read it. 2y
Kloves2read 🙋🏼‍♀️Same here! I bawled my eyes out with, Me Before You. Also reading the Outlander series, but sadly gave up on The Fiery Cross. I loved the first 4... (edited) 2y
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erzascarletbookgasm
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What a beautiful story of Edward, a self-absorbed, expensive toy rabbit made of china, who, after many obstacles, learns about love - what it is to love, what it means to lose the love, and how to open his heart to others. The illustrations are wonderful too.

“If you have no intention of loving or being loved, then the whole journey is pointless.” 

#ReadYourSign ♈️ #AriesAuthor

wanderinglynn I love Kate DiCamillo‘s stories. 💜 2y
Cathythoughts Precious ✨ 2y
UwannaPublishme Great review! A perfect read for these times. 🙌🏻 2y
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jdiehr
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A lovely read about the importance of loving and being loved told through the unblinking eyes of a china rabbit.

The illustrations in this book are just gorgeous.

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Follow.my.read
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It‘s not the physical journey that really matters, but the journey within your soul♥️

wanderinglynn I love Kate DiCamillo‘s books. ❤️ 3y
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Bettlovesbooks
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I absolutely adored this book. I couldn‘t put it down. What a journey and what a lovely message at the end.

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Readswithcoffee
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As I was listening, I kept thinking, “Why haven‘t I heard of this book. I would have LOVED reading this to my kids.” Answer: It wasn‘t published until my kids were past that stage. This is a sweet, heartwarming story of a china rabbit learning about life and love. Judith Ivey, narrator, brings the characters to life. A big THANK YOU to @Addison_Reads for recommending this book.

Readswithcoffee P.S. THIS is what I like about Litsy. I‘m fairly certain I would not have read this book without a recommendation. 3y
Addison_Reads I'm so happy you loved it. 💚 I've read this with my nieces and nephews and they loved it too. It's such a heartwarming book. 3y
Addison_Reads @Readswithcoffee I didn't discover this book until I was in my 20s and when I finished reading it I sent it to my mom. She loved it too. It's one of my favorite books to share with people because no matter your age, Edward Tulane is timeless. 3y
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Betty.
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Genre: Young Adult Fiction
September 23 - October 4
My teacher from Grade 5 recommended this book, so I decided to find it.
Edward Tulane is a plush that was originally owned by a little girl. While the girl loved the doll, Edward didn't feel anything. He was found in a garbage dump after the girl dropped him in the ocean. He meets new people, then he gets lost, and the cycle repeats. Throughout his journey, he learns how to care for others.

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wanderinglynn
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I love Kate DiCamillo‘s books. They‘re all so magical and captivating. And this one was no exception. A lovely story about a china rabbit and his journey. And Judith Ivey does a fabulous job narrating.

Macker11 She is my favorite 😍 3y
LibrarianJen I love DiCamillo too! 3y
kindergartenkat I love her so much! My favorite is (edited) 3y
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agrondin44
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I book I read in a mini book club during a University class. It's one for the whole family. I read it to my daughter (she was 7 at the time) and she loved it. Lots of emotions in that book.

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eve8
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This book is a book that my mom read to me when I was a kid and I absolutely loved

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ambam1987
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This one is absolutely heartwarming.

I‘ll admit I shed a tear or two at the end of the book!

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cjegolden99
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Modern Fantasy. This was a book that was read to me in the fourth grade and I have always held it dear to my heart. It is a perfect read aloud for older kids and perfect for children to read on their own as well.

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cjegolden99
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The Miraculous Journey of Edward Tulane by Kate DiCamillo and illustrated by Bagram Ibatoulline, 2006. This is a wonderful fantasy story about a toy rabbit who goes on a long journey to many different people and finds his way back home. The story is vivid and engaging and the illustrations only add to the wonder of the story. It‘s beautiful and a perfect example of modern fantasy.

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Follow.my.read
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One of my all time favorites. It‘s not always about the physical journey but the journey of your heart.

Addison_Reads I love this book so much 💚 4y
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alexandracarpenter
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After seeing the Book Boost about The Miraculous Journey of Edward Tulane by Kate DiCamillo in class, I went straight to the CMC to see if I could find it! This F book would be good for an RA or maybe an adapted RT. I highly recommend this book to everyone, and I am grateful to have discovered it through this class! #LAE3414sp19

alexandracarpenter I found a great script for a Reader's Theater on Kate DiCamillo's website. The link to it is www.candlewick.com/book_files/0763625892.art.1.pdf 4y
alexandracarpenter I think a UDL for this book could be 9.1 - promote expectations and beliefs that optimize motivation. This book teaches a powerful lesson about love and how your outlook on life can affect you. An ESOL strategy could be 9 - teach note-taking strategies (time lines). Edward is a busy toy who goes lots of places, and a time line could be a fun activity to help. 4y
giont I‘ve been wanting to read this book! I like how you said you would use it as readers theater, that‘s such a cool idea! I‘m sure students would love it. I‘m making myself another note to read this book now! Thanks for sharing :) 4y
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Ms.Bursey Thanks for sharing, I actually haven‘t read this book yet, but the story seems very entertaining. 4y
jessicabaksh After seeing it being mentioned multiple times in class and seeing multiple postings of this book on litsy I really think I should read it 4y
DrSpalding This author does an excellent job providing high-quality resources for her books tied to the publisher. You know how much I enjoy readers theater and it‘s benefit on fluency. Well done. 4y
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“If you have no intention of loving or being loved, then the whole journey is pointless.” -the old doll

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Ariel8Smith
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Adventurous story that highlights the love of friendship and perseverance.

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Ariel8Smith
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Modern fantasy, 2006. Story of a rabbit named Edward Tulane who is owned by the most caring girl Abilene. Story of how Edward gets lost and goes through great journey to find his way back. Shows friendship and love. Has chapters with a picture on each chapter that foreshadows what object will be present.

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JessicaRosell
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This 2006 F, Mulitple Award winner, (B. Globe-Horn Book Award for Fiction, and Christopher Award) is a true book worth a spot on every elementary bookshelf. Edward Tulane, beautiful but with a heart colder than his china, was a rabbit who was owned and love by Abilene. He thinks highly of himself and feels nothing, that is, until one day he is lost to the unknown.
Follow Edward on his journey: will he find a way to mend his broken china heart?

JessicaRosell A few great ways to explore the concepts in this text would be RA using CP Teacher‘s Guide. http://www.candlewick.com/book_files/0763625892.btg.1.pdf

Then coming back to the text for RT, LC, S, and DR.

CP RT Adaptation: http://www.candlewick.com/book_files/0763625892.art.1.pdf

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JessicaRosell The UDL Principles that have to do with highlight patterns, critical features, big ideas, and relationships (3.2) and optimize individual choice and autonomy (7.1) Also with EL working cooperatively in small groups (2), providing background knowledge (4) and reading at a slower pace (14), can ve met with RT and RA with this book

#LAE3414sp19
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cwright I‘d love to read this book, it sounds cute and captivating! Also, based on your review, it seems so versatile and a must-have for a classroom library. Thank you for sharing :) 4y
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JessicaRosell @cwright it really is a great book. I cried three times! 4y
alexandracarpenter your presentation in class today made me so curious about this book! next time I go to the library I am for sure picking this up. can't wait to cry lol~ 4y
JessicaRosell @alexandracarpenter it really is a great read! I didn't want to spoil it too much in my post or presentation. 😢😢 4y
RaimeyGallant Sounds interesting. And welcome to Litsy! #LitsyWelcomeWagon Some of us put together Litsy tips to help new Littens navigate the site. It's the link in my bio on my page in case you need it. Or if you prefer how-to videos, @chelleo put some together at the link in her bio. @LitsyWelcomeWagon 4y
DrSpalding Jessica, I‘m thrilled you were enticed by the presentation in class. This is a wonderful book. The intention of the posts are that you read the book and then provide resources, summary, etc. From here on out, do this!❤️📚 4y
dayuso1 Great choice of book; I'm interested to see what resources you find to support this novel. 4y
JessicaRosell @DrSpalding I presented this book in class. I did read the book. I just did not want to spoil this amazing book. 4y
DrSpalding Gotcha!!!! I need to find my copy to show you Edward! I have a photo of the China rabbit in the front cover.🙂 🐇 4y
JessicaRosell @DrSpalding that's amazing. I might buy this book so I can read it to my daughter! 4y
AlwaysForeverReading Welcome to Litsy!!!💜💙♥️💙💜 4y
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Addison_Reads
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@wanderinglynn Thank you for doing this. It was fun.💙

1. It's a tie between Matilda by Roald Dahl or Island of the Blue Dolphins by Scott O'Dell.
2. Being out with my grandfather on his boat.
3. Dishes! It's still my least favorite as an adult.
4. Legos or He-Man toys
5. Tagged 💚

wanderinglynn Thank you for playing! 💜 And Dahl is such a great pick! I love his books too. I‘ve also read DiCamillio, as an adult, and have enjoyed her books immensely. 👍🏻 (edited) 4y
Trashcanman Motu rules! 4y
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Giant_Octopus
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Touching, it's really heartfelting.

Kaye Welcome 💖 4y
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Oryx
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Lovely! Quick read, but I loved this. And the illustrations are wonderful. ♥️♥️

LeahBergen I love that felted rabbit! 😍 4y
Oryx @LeahBergen Thanks! I made him 😀 4y
LeahBergen You did?? He‘s wonderful! 😍 4y
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Eggs
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Sweet story, and the illustrations are gorgeous

Gina Ohmygosh! I have been collecting childrens books since I was 18! This looks so worthy! 4y
Addison_Reads I love this book! I've read it with all my nieces and nephews, and my oldest niece now has a daughter of her own and she bought the book to read to her too 😍 It's such a beautifully written book. Highly recommend to people of all ages. 4y
Eggs @Gina @Addison_Reads I was impressed by both story and art. With its universal themes, it seems like a classic to me😊 4y
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Kaylark
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All my students rave about this book! I commented to one of them that it was on my “To Read” list, and this showed up on my desk the next day in pretty polka dot wrapping! So, we‘re reading it together! I‘m so blessed!

Jee_HookedOnBookz Such a beautiful story! Loved it! 4y
ErickaS_Flyleafunfurled Nice! I love this book. Read to both my kids more than once! (I always get weepy at the end) 4y
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Addison_Reads
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🔹Depending on the audience, I recommend most often the tagged book, Silent Spring or Geek Love
🔹Romance or political thrillers
🔹7 pets. All strays I just couldn't turn away. 3 cats- Penelope, Sir Pippin Whines A lot AKA Pip, and Dottie Mae. 4 Dogs- Penny, Willow, Jethro and Midge. 🐶🐱
🔹Approximately 13,000

#sundaysurvey @alisonrose

alisonrose I‘d love to have a bunch of pets one day — maybe if I ever am able to buy a house ☺️ thanks for playing! 4y
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Heatherfeather
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My daughter has been begging me to read this book since she had to read it this year in class. This is what she wrote on the inside, her own personal review. And I could not agree more. This book was incredibly powerful. Heartbreaking and sad. But also gloriously triumphant. Wonderful for kids and adults.

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Heatherfeather
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Day 1 of #AuginBooks18! Here are my "Anticipated August Reads." And holy shit I just realized Anthony Bourdain signed this. My daughter wants me to read Edward Tulane bc she loved it this year in 4th grade so that's up first!

@bookisglee

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Loric
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This was a favorite of mine as a child, but I fell in love with it again as my 9 year old granddaughter read it to me. This is such a beautiful story about a china bunny rabbit named Edward Tulane that spends his lifetime learning the true meaning of love. The writing was beautiful, lyrical at times. While there are some parts that may be sad for a younger child, the story overall is lovely. 5 fabulous stars from me

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Aliking1986
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A short, simple but lovely read, this was recommended at a Reading for Pleasure course I attended recently. Such brilliant storytelling and an engaging cast of characters that stay with you long after the final page is turned.

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KCorter
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This book, especially the audiobook, is dangerous. Kate DiCamillo brought me to tears numerous times while driving through traffic. Read at your own risk.

tpixie Such a cute bunny!! 5y
KCorter @tpixie I think so too! I was obsessed with The Velveteen Rabbit as a kid. My parents gave me this little one when I left for college, and I have saved it for my own kids as well. 5y
tpixie @KCorter perfect!! 🐰 5y
Lmstraubie This book 💖💖💖 5y
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My 10 year old is reading this for school so, of course, I had to read it too! It was great! It brought tears to my eyes. I am glad they are reading it in 4th grade!

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This Boston Globe Horn Book award winner is a (MF) written by: Kate DiCamillo and illustrated by: Bagram Ibatoulline. Edward Tulane, a cold hearted rabbit, loves only himself until he is separated from the little girl who adores him. He travels around the world, acquiring new owners. TS: IR, AS, & PR. #UCFLAE3414SP18

GraceNeg I will implement this book as an IR. The link is a reading comprehension activity guide and answer key for The Miraculous Journey of Edward Tulane by Kate DiCamillo. https://www.teacherspayteachers.com/Product/Miraculous-Journey-of-Edward-Tulane-... UDL: 3.3 ESOL: 1 & 6. 5y
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"Sarah Ruth spent the day in bed, holding Edward in her lap and playing with a box filled with buttons." Be thankful for what you have because others are not so fortunate...

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TommieMarie74
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Finch and I cuddled up with a cup of tea and read this sweet book. A quick read but one with lots of heart and endearing moments. I loved this book almost as much as I loved Tale of Despereaux. Definite pick. 💕💕💕 #catsoflitsy

Johanna414 I love Kate diCamillo! 5y
kyraleseberg This is such a charming story. Your post reminds me we need a copy on our shelves! 5y
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mayahearn
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The Miraculous Journey of Edward Tulane is a heartfelt story written by Kate DiCamillo and illustrated by Bagram Ibatoulline. This novel is MF and won the Newbery Award. https://www.teacherspayteachers.com/Product/Miraculous-Journey-of-Edward-Tulane-... is an awesome website for teachers that has lesson plans for the book. UDL: 7.1- optimize individual choice and autonomy,

mayahearn EL: list the most important words and phrases you use or plan to use in a presentation or on the chalkboard. #UCFLAE3414F17 5y
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