3 days ago
This word means different things to different people. For Ren, home is a little white house in the rainforest. His days are spent in nature where the wild brings his imagination to life. Everything is perfect...until it isn’t.
Suddenly his world is turned upside down and he finds himself living in the city. Everything is loud and fast. Ren’s head is so full from his new surroundings that there’s no room left for magic or wild.
The city is all Ava has ever known. She thrives in an environment with constant change and people moving. There is always something to do and she is never lonely because she always has someone to share it with.
Can Ava help Ren find the beauty, magic, and wild he craves in this new place?
A New Kind of Wild by Zara González Hoang is a beautiful story about how the magic of friendship can make a new place feel like home. The illustrations bring these vastly different places to life with bright colors and details. Swipe to take a peek inside this book.
Where do you call home?
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5 days ago
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I now have book companions created for Dragons Love Tacos and Dragons Love Tacos 2, The Sequel. I have included a taco writing craft for the first book and a dragon directed drawing for the second. Both book companions have comprehension and vocabulary activities, graphic organizers, and other activities to help guide students through the books. Digital options are included, as well.
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6 days ago
You know you’ve found a great book when your kids laugh out loud, re-enact the story, and beg for you to read it over and over again. That’s why I have to share this book with you.
The story begins with, “Does your dog need training? It’s easy. But you have to be firm. Dogs always try to take over. Don’t let them. I don’t want to brag, but it only took me ten days to train my dog Scamp. Here’s how I did it.”
On Day 1, Scamp is shown the doghouse outside where he will sleep and the backyard where he can stay. He is told to stay out of the flowerbed and that he absolutely cannot go into the house.
On Day 2, the boy tells Scamp that he can help in the garden and come into the family room, but he is not allowed to play the boy’s video games.
Can you guess what happens on Day 3?😉
What follows is a hilarious day-by-day guide of the rules this young boy sets for his four-legged friend and how quickly those rules are up for negotiations! Not only would this be a great book to share with your kids for fun, but it would make a great addition to your how-to mentor text collection.
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