Let's just ignore the sticker - I told my daughter Cats is a stage musical, she doesn't need to know about the abomination that was the movie!
I love this edition! Axel Scheffler one of my favourite illustrators and his rendering of the Jellicle Cats is not far off perfect! Quirky & cute but full of personality. My daughter is not quite sure what to make of the poems yet but there's time yet.
Surreal, charming, and bittersweet. Just what I needed this evening. If you like cats, art, and magical realism, you‘ll more than likely enjoy this enchanting tale.
This RF book that won the Irma S. Black Award is about loving and having two families and how Charlie Anderson the cat got his two families. This book would be great for an RA and resources can be found at EL #4 which links lesson to prior knowledge works great because you can access what students know about step or extended families.
This RF book, Green Eyes by Abe Birnbaum is a great addition to your home or school library! It won the Caldecott Honor. It would be perfect for a read aloud in the classroom for younger students(pre-k to 2nd),to talk about different concepts like the seasons or farm life. The story is all about this mischievous little kitten who escapes his box and explores the word(farm) around him. https://www.pre-kpages.com/books-about-seasons-for-preschool/
Flubby refuses to do what his owner wants him to do, but when it thunders outside they need each other because they are scared. This is a RF book that would be great for beginning readers for PR. It won the Theodor Seuss Geisel award this year!
The UDL principal 3.2 highlighting relationships (theme of the book) as well as EL 32 use student pairs for team learning to read the book will let the students help each
Huge thanks to @BookishMe for recommending this book. It was delightful! I was expecting a whimsical story, but it ran much deeper than that. Philosophical and pretty meta.
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