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erzascarletbookgasm
Strange Weather in Tokyo | Hiromi Kawakami
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#NameChallenge
Spell your name with book titles. Thanks for the tag @Eggs !
I‘m lazy to dig out the books from my double stacked shelves, so I use images from the website.
I love all these books, except the tagged book, still tbr.

Tagging @julesG @Lcsmcat @Tanisha_A if you‘ll like to play along.

Cathythoughts Oh that‘s brilliant 👏🏻👏🏻👏🏻 2d
Sace Cool! 2d
julesG 👏👏👏 2d
Tanisha_A 👌 Thank you for the tag! 🙂 2d
Eggs Wonderful!! 2d
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meganslats
No, David! | David Shannon

“Nooooooo DAVID!“

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meganslats
No, David! | David Shannon

I'm not sure I would use this book in my classroom only because it promotes negative punishment and shows the boy always doing bad things that will get him into trouble. It is a silly and funny book though. A good laugh.

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meganslats
No, David! | David Shannon
Mehso-so

This is a Caldecott Award-winning book. It is a book that young children usually enjoy because it is silly and about a boy who always misbehaves and is told “No!“
The illustrations are great, but I'm personally not a huge fan of these books because it promotes negative punishment.

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Dandan0131
The Giving Tree | Shel Silverstein
Pickpick

This traditional book is great for children. It is about a tree that gives everything it has (apples,branches, trunk) to the boy and the boy kept leaving. Finally when the boy was old he came back and spent time with the tree.

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Dandan0131
The Giving Tree | Shel Silverstein

This book is one I would use in my classroom. It explains to children that you will always be enough, no matter how much you give, or what you have to give, your time is the most valuable.

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Dandan0131
The Giving Tree | Shel Silverstein

“Come boy, climb up my trunk, and swing from my branches.“