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This is the second book in the Rosco series featuring the German Shepherd pup and his family.
I enjoyed reading the first adventure set in the pumpkin patch, but the second one centering around a family weekend in the mountains entertained me even more. Twelve year old James and his seven year old sister Mandy are classic sibling characters. Their dialogue and interactions are so natural. In this adventure James and Mandy share snowball fights, a terrifying sled race downhill, and encountering a coyote.
Chapter book readers will find themselves identifying and empathizing with the characters and the tricky situations in which they find themselves. Black and white illustrations add interest.
I have already grown fond of this family, their triumphs and their failures. Recommended especially for children in the seven to ten age range, but adults will love it just as much for a enjoyable afternoon read. Despite the title, this book is not merely a list of facts, but a comprehensive view of the Amazon RainForest and the life within it.here
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The animals inhabiting this world are diverse and bizarre. Most of us are familiar with tropical birds like the macaw and toucan and monkeys like the squirrel monkey and marmoset. Some of the unusual animals include the sloth who sleep fifteen to eighteen hours a day and the nocturnal maned wolf that is often called a red fox on stilts. Poison dart frogs can be as small as a paper clip, but their poison excreted through their skin is powerful enough to kill a human. On the other hand, the piranhas living in the river eat their prey alive.
Be on the lookout for the anaconda, the largest most powerful snake on earth. Living in the water, these hunters catch their prey with their fangs and drag them under water to drown it before they swallow it alive. Animal selections are written well even if they are succinct. Pertinent information on diet, habitat and lifestyle is presented.
Questions follow the descriptions for discussion. The photos are clear and appealing, I would recommend this book to anyone with an interest in learning about this intriguing region. Great choice for elementary and middle school students or homeschooling parents.
He is sad to note that his dad has to go the work and will miss the game. Mom points out that they are lucky that dad has a job. Mom guides him to understand that doing a good deed in helping someone else, makes us feel even better about ourselves.
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When they finally arrive at the game, the other team is crushing them. This book will help children in elementary grades learn that real happiness lies not in material possessions but in positive thinking. The author hopes to give parents and teachers a way to communicate this to their children through her story. Lester has done a marvelous job with the illustrations.
- Handle With Prayer: Harnessing the Power to Make Your Dreams Come Through.
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- Aint No Sunshine: Men Reveal the Pain of Heartbreak.
- Pebbles: Memories of a Small-Town Kansas Boy?
- My Life and Journey from Homelessness and beyond?
- See a Problem?.
- Fuck Buddies (French Edition).
They paint a multicultural picture for children of all races and genders. Highly recommend this book for parents, teachers and librarians of elementary school children as a thought-provoking read.
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My April choice for a vintage classic is one that I read to my son, who like many young boys was enamored with anything that had wheels. Lippman employed everyday scenes witnessed by children living in city or country environments. He wrote with colorful adjectives, alliterative phrases and onomatopoeia.