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Purrfectpages
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I‘m still getting #jb mail delivered to my old address, but we officially closed today so I‘m hoping that gets remedied soon. Here‘s a picture of what my husband picked up today. I hope I‘m not missing anyone. If so, I apologize! Soon enough I‘ll be out of school and have some time to write everyone back!

IamIamIam Congratulations on closing!!! That's wonderful! 5h
Purrfectpages @IamIamIam thank you! One house down, one to go! 5h
phatsallylee Congratulations! 4h
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Kayladvazquez
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Pickpick

This book is Fiction. The story is About a Caterpillar that can not wait to become a beautiful butterfly. The story talks about the phases a Caterpillar goes through and how impatiently he is to wait. The book is well illustrated and takes a humorous approach. I would use this as a shared reading.
Awards: none
EL: Audio available,easy text, visuals
UDL:3.1
Author talks about book:
https://youtu.be/qE_rFYwnFC4
#UCFSU19

Bmelendez92 This would be a great tag along for the very hungry caterpillar, thanks for the share! I will be using these for when we do our butterfly week :) having a variety of books about the same topic can be handy! 6h
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Kayladvazquez
The Story of Ferdinand | Robert Lawson, Munro Leaf
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Pickpick

This book is fiction. I would do a choral reading for this book. This story is about a bull that is kind and would rather smell flowers than participate in a bullfight. Everyone sees him as different and not normal. This book is perfect to show students that not everyone is the same and it is okay to be different.
Awards: none
UDL: 9.3
EL: Easy text, visuals, audio available
https://www.youtube.com/watch?time_continue=62&v=sQJZapkK54U
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NamasteReading
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Pickpick

CLASSIC. love.

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Dre43
No, No, Kitten! | Shelley Moore Thomas
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his favorite place....😄😄 With his favoite book

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LitDrivenGirl
Bats at the Library | Brian Lies
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Some people just don't understand we are closed... I guess they just love books so much 🤣😍. Our brother caught this little visitor while he was working on our awning this morning. We love bats, so have no fear this little one will soon be rescued and set free in the wide world to find more books.

annahenke Ah! I hate bats! 8h
LitDrivenGirl @annahenke but they are very cute and helpful! 🤗 8h
annahenke @LitDrivenGirl I had a very traumatic experience once. It peed on my head. I've never been the same. 8h
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LibrarianRyan
M.O.M. (Mom Operating Manual) | Doreen Cronin, Laura Cornell
Mehso-so

3 🌟
A cute and short bedtime story with lovely and colorful illustrations.

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maich
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If you want your children to be intelligent, read them fairy tales. If you want them to be more intelligent, read them more fairy tales.
-Albert Einstein
📚📚📚

#childrenbooks #picturebooks #fairytales #litsylove

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LibrarianRyan
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5 🌟 🌟 🌟 🌟 🌟
My speech therapist use to make me read Graeme Base books aloud ad-nauseam. It‘s only as an adult I have come to love each and every one. These are just so much more than a rhyming story. They are also a mystery. And each illustration hides a message. Some easy some not. Can you figure out who at the birthday feast. I‘m not telling.

cobwebmoth I loved this book so much! 11h
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LibrarianRyan
Eloise in Hollywood | Kay Thompson, Hilary Knight, J. David Stem, David N. Weiss
Panpan

UGGGHHHHHH. Who allowed this garbage to be printed. First off there is the racist remark about train robbing Indians. And the way she describes things. It‘s like all the bad things are fabulous. Then the story is so long and never ending. And Eloise is a BRAT! You want to yell at her to SHUT UP! Please burn this book, because Kay Thompson is turning over in her grave.