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shannontevis
The Story about Ping | Marjorie Flack

“Ping lived with his mother and father and two sisters and three brothers and eleven aunts and eleven uncles and fourty two cousins” This shows how big Pings family is!

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shannontevis
The Story about Ping | Marjorie Flack

I probably wouldn‘t use this book in my classroom because of how old it is. There are other more relevant books I think children would be more interested in.

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shannontevis
The Story about Ping | Marjorie Flack
Mehso-so

“The Story about Ping” by Marjorie Flack, 1933. Picture Book. This is a book I had at my house growing up. The content of the book is okay, but references spanking. This book was written in the 30‘s so it makes sense for the time period, but is now an outdated form of punishment.

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keetoncarter
Tikki Tikki Tembo | Arlene Mosel, Blair Lent

“Chang cannot say it. Can you?“

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keetoncarter
Tikki Tikki Tembo | Arlene Mosel, Blair Lent

I do not think that I would use this book in my classroom. The story is alright but I think time spent on this book could be used on a book that had more meaning to it.

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keetoncarter
Tikki Tikki Tembo | Arlene Mosel, Blair Lent
Mehso-so

Tikki Tikki Tembo is a picture book that follows two brothers that fall into a well. The one brother who has a significantly longer name finds it harder to yell out his name for help. This story is good for a laugh in the classroom.

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Trace
Mehso-so

Appreciated a lot of the historical examples as well as the author‘s opinions and holistic view. The book lost steam about halfway into it but then recovered.