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agreco1925

“His mind filled with thoughts of all amazing things that were keeping his friend from imagining him“

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agreco1925

I would use this book in my class because the images are engaging and children would love the humor in it.

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agreco1925
Pickpick

This Caldecott winner had good illustrations throughout the entire book. The detail in the pictures really helps to extend the text and they also have vibrant colors to draw in the reader's attention.

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taylorscalfaro
Pickpick

This book was one of my favorite award winners because of the very reason it won an award. This book was a Caldecott Honor Book and is well beyond deserving because the images were incredible and truly brought the text to life.

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taylorscalfaro

I would use this in my future classroom because the idea is beyond what children normally think of, but something that they can relate to as they may have had an imaginary friend. Also, the images are stunning and would definitely keep them engaged.

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taylorscalfaro

“Every night he stood under the stars, hoping for his turn to be picked by a child and given a special name.”

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keetoncarter

This book is great for a rainy day when the kids are wanting an adventure!

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keetoncarter

every night he stood under the stars, hoping for his turn to be picked by a child and given a special name

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keetoncarter
Pickpick

This caldecott is quite interesting. The illistrator brought together various types of art together to create such a beauty. The pictures along with the great story make for a great classroom read.

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peytonfleming
Pickpick

Review: The Adventures of Beekle by Dan Santat, 2014, is a Caldecott Award winner about an imaginary friend and his journey to find a child of his own.
Blurb: This story along with beautiful illustrations tells a very touching story about friendship, imagination, and the courage to find one's place in the world.
Quote: “But his turn never came.“