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audraelizabeth
Underdog | Laurien Berenson
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Love melanie and her crazy family. Always love learning about dog shows.
#readharder #belovedpetthatdoesntdie

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ShelleyBooksie
Game of Dog Bones | Laurien Berenson
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Pickpick

Very cute, cozy mystery. I do feel that I would have gotten more out of the book had I read the previous books in the series but it was still a good stand alone. If you enjoy dogs, the Westminster Dog Show and dog breeds- this cozy may be for you!

Lifeisasnap Sounds like a fast read. Who doesn‘t love Dogs?? 10mo
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acassatta
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Gaston! 🦴 This MF, RA book is another story with a great meaning behind it. This book has an overall theme of family differences and acceptance. The story is about a dog named Gaston who looks a little different then the rest of his dog family. One day at the park he switches families with one that looked like him. In the end, it just didn‘t feel right for Gaston. Despite their differences, he knew he belonged with the family he grew up with.

acassatta The UDL principle 3.1-highlight patterns, critical features, and relationships fits well with the book, Gaston. We can notice a lot of alliteration within this book as well as relationships between all the dogs. Furthermore, ESOL strategy #14-simplify your speech by making it sow and redundant would be ideal for this book because of the similar lettering and alliteration throughout. The following website takes you to the authors website where... 10mo
acassatta We can find out more about her and her other books! http://www.kellydipucchio.com/home.html #ucflae3414sp21 10mo
PatriciaS I love this book, great read aloud for students to relate differences and acceptance of others differences, and celebrate their own and their families. I love animals 💞 dogs are great and a great way to show a family and relationships with others. Thank you for the author's website information too. 10mo
Spearsall Yay thank you for this review I‘ve been wanting to see a description on it! The way you described it this book seems AMAZING and I need it in my and my future students lives. This is just one little portion of SEL but I can tell this book will go a long way in any child‘s life. Perfect UDL principle applied as well 🐶 10mo
DrSpalding Excellent summary and excellent alignment. Using the author website is a very wise choice. 9mo
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ToddSalerno
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“Gaston“ written by Kelly DiPucchio and illustrated by Christian Robinson.

This heartwarming story of Gaston the bulldog and his poodle family examines themes of belonging, individuality, and the idea of what it means to be family.

RF. RA. #ucflae3414sp21

ToddSalerno Since this is a fantastic read aloud book, here is a video that can be utilized for virtual learning. The reader helps students understand the text as she reads (UDL 2.1-Clarify vocabulary and symbols). In working through vocabulary, the reader also uses comprehension check techniques (ESOL 6-Continually monitor students‘ comprehension).

http://maistorybook.com/2018/03/30/maistorybook-library-gaston-puppy-dog-memory-...
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DrSpalding Very well done and includes all required elements of the rubric! 10mo
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Nrossi
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This RF book is so cute and perfect to teach young students about the importance of love and not judging how someone looks. The story follows a bulldog named Gaston who has a family of poodles. They meet a family of bulldogs with a poodle and think it seems odd so the puppies switch places only to realize that felt wrong.

Nrossi This book would be great for RA with all the sounds and emotions. UDL principle 2.1 clarifying vocabulary would be good for younger students and EL 2. http://readingtokids.org/Books/BookView.php?pag=5&bookID=00001469&pview=yes Is a good source with vocabulary words and activities for the book. #ucflae3414sp21 10mo
DrSpalding Uh oh....some of the actions in the book are NOT realistic. What genre do you think it might be now? 8mo
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GuidoParente
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Great book to read to kids! Shows us that differences are okay :). Had to give this one a second look!

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melodyp
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My TeachLive book is Gaston. I chose this book because it‘s an absolute favorite and both of my toddlers love when I read it to them. I feel like it‘s such a cute story with a deep meaning behind it and feel that others will enjoy reading it just as much as we do. 🥰🥰

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ToddSalerno
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The heartwarming story of Gaston resonated with me after I welcomed into my heart and home a spunky rescue greyhound named Armani this week. I absolutely adore the message of family and belonging in the book and can‘t wait to share it with future students!

DrSpalding ❤️🐶 11mo
AndreaEfres Let‘s go to the shelter, I‘ve been meaning to get a dog🥺 11mo
faithcella19 Love it!! 11mo
LibrarianRyan I love this book. I hope you share photos of your grey hound. I never see them around here, but they were popular in Denver when I last lived there. They are such a beautiful dog. 11mo
DrSpalding I hope you will consider continuing to post on Litsy when you read and or obtain new books for your future classroom library.❤️📚 9mo
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Vansa
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#3books that made me laugh
1.Psmith,dialing necklaces,swoony couples,and Lord Elsworth
2.Hilarious, moving account of Jacqueline Susann's dog.And I don't even like dogs!
3. V.hilarious update of P&P

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audraelizabeth
Doggie Day Care Murder | Laurien Berenson
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Happy national dog day.
This is arlo and mya. They will be 10 in march. They are full siblings and rat terriers.
#dogsoflitsy

wanderinglynn ❤️🐶 1y
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