If you students loved “How I Became a Pirate”, they will love “How I spent My Summer Vacation”. This gripping story is bound to keep everyone’s attention throughout the story. Bleff’s imagination proves to be as wild as his wild west summer vacation story.
“Llama Llama Misses Mama” is another favorite Back To School book. Llama is so relatable to kids. The anxiety about change and new experiences is a universal theme of school life. This book is a true icebreaker. Kids recognize themselves in Llama. Just a perfect read.
Back To School day/week is the time when we introduce rules of the classroom and expectations of conduct. In “What If Everybody Did That?” the story takes the reader through a number of scenarios in which the main character does not make a good choice. “What If Everybody Did That?” visually shows reasons for respect of others, safety, and social responsibility. The question of “What If” really resonates and stays with students. At the same time, it serves as a guiding anchor for classroom behavior.
Wemberly worried about everything. She especially worried about strating school. This book is a great at-home read before school even starts. Kids just love Wemberly.
Chrysanthemum thought that her name is just perfect until she went to school and got bullied. This book is ideal for teaching mutual respect in the classroom at the beginning of the year or any other time. Victoria shows a perfect example of how not to be. “Chrysanthemum” is a great read for any time during the year.
Mrs. Lena M. Ed.