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    • Wendy Charles LAE 3414 Summer B ESOL 3, 5,6,15,17 Reading Response
    • Graphic Novel
    • The Fearless Four The Playground is Safe Again By Lara Bergen Illustrated by Dave Semple Graphic Novel Primary A graphic novel with three different stories. Four kids Gus, Ken, Ben and Jen with special powers to save the day. They save the town from a bad dog named spike and they took the ball back from a bully. Classroom use: Partner read and illustration ESOL: Vocabulary and phonics
    • Nonfiction
    • Meet Beverly Cleary By S. Ward Nonfiction: Biography Intermediate This is a biography of Beverly Cleary. She was born in McMinnville, Oregon. She love reading book. A Liberian told her one day she is going to write for young boys and girls. That what she ended up doing. Classroom use: Time line and partner read ESOL: Illustrations and vocabulary cards
    • Tommy learn that his mommy is going to have a baby. He can’t wait for the baby to come. He wants a baby sister. Finally his mother has the baby but she have to stay at the hospital for a couple of days and Tommy real misses her. His mother finally comes home and Tommy get to hold her. The Baby Sister By Tomie DePaola Autobiography Intermediate/ Primary Classroom uses: Draw pictures of their family and group discussion about family ESOL: Illustrations and read aloud
    • An Egg Is Quiet By dianna Aston Illustrated by Sylvia Long Nonfiction: informational Primary and Intermediate This book shows the different kinds of eggs that nature has. The different kinds of eggs are illustrated and tells you what animals it come from. Classroom uses: Hatch a chicken egg and draw pictures of eggs ESOL: Use visuals and link to students prior knowledge
    • One Small Place by The Sea By Barbara Brenner Illustrated by Tom Leonard Nonfiction: Informational Intermediate A book about a tide pool. There are many small and large living creatures and organism that lives in the tide pool. Classroom uses: Field trip and using lab equipment to examine water ESOL: Review information and illustrations
    • Culturally Diverse
    • The Color of Us By Karen Katz Fiction: Culture diversity Intermediate A girl who walks around the neighborhood and notice the different colors of skin her family and friends. Then she mixes paint to paint pictures of everyone Classroom use: Paint picture of families and class discussion about the different people in the community ESOL: Color vocabulary and relating information on what they already know
    • Grandfather’s Journey By Allen Say Fiction: Culture Diversity Intermediate A Japanese boy talks about the trip his grandfather took to America. The grandfather loved America so much but he missed Japan. He went back to Japan with his family and that where the boy was born and decided to follow in his grandfathers footsteps by going to America. He loved it, too. Classroom use: Journal writing about were would they want to go and peer discussions ESOL: Timeline and class discussions
    • Fantasy
    • The Girl Who Spun Gold By Virginia Hamilton Illustrated by Leo and Diane Dillion Fantasy: Traditional fantasy Intermediate A mother told a fib to a King about here daughter knowing how to spinning gold. The daughter soon became queen and had to spin gold for the king, but Lit’Mahn came to helped. In return for his help she had to guess his name. She guessed it and he disappeared. Classroom use: read aloud and learning the color gold ESOL: Illustrations and group read
    • Repunzel By Paul Zelinsky Caldecott Award 1998 Fantasy: Traditional fantasy Intermediate A childless couple after many years was with child. The mother was craving the rapunzels in the sorceress garden. At a final attempt of stealing from the sorceress garden they had to give the child to the sorceress. She locked her away in a tower in the forest but a prince found it and fell in love with Repunzel. The sorceress found out and sent Rapunzel away then the prince found her and they lived a happily ever after. Classroom use: Teach a lesson about not stealing and storytelling activity ESOL: Story strips and story map
    • Lon PoPo A Red Riding Hood Story From China By Ed Young Fantasy: traditional fantasy Caldecott 1990 Intermediate Three girls spend the night alone and a wolf come over pretending to be their grandmother. The girl are smart and clever and realized that it was not their grandmother. By trick the wolf to climb the tree, the girl killed the wolf. Classroom use: Exploring fairytales from other countries and read aloud ESOL: Role play the story and group discussion
    • Cosmo and the Robot By Brian Pinkney Fantasy: Science Fiction Primary Cosmo had a robot that was his best friend but something happen that made Rex change. Rex had to go to the junk yard. While Cosmo and his sister were looking for rocks Rex was chasing Jewel but Cosmo came and saved the day and fixed Rex back up. Classroom use: Learning about the solar system and group discussions ESOL: Partner reading and Illustrations
    • Fiction
    • Eating the Alphabet Fruits and Vegetables from A to Z By Lois Ehlert Fiction: ABC Primary An book that named and show picture of fruit and vegetables that began with each letter of the alphabet. Classroom use: Phonics and letter sounds ESOL: Pictures used to describe food Letter recognition
    • Dr. Seuss ABC By Dr. Seuss Fiction: ABC Primary An ABC book that has phrases and thing that begins with the letters of the alphabet Classroom suggestions: Sounding out letters and recognizing the letters ESOL: Use the book to introduce the English alphabet and strengthen their phonics skills
    • If You Give a Mouse a Cookie by Laura Joffe Numeroff Illustrated by Felicia Bond Fiction: Predictable Primary A boy explains what happens when a cookie is given to a mouse. The mouse always need something or needs to do something. Classroom use: Partner read and story stripe ESOL: Language development and vocabulary
    • A Sweet Smell of Roses By Angela Johnson Illustrated by Eric Velasquez Fiction: Historical Fiction Primary Two sisters sneak out of the house and end up be part of the march for freedom. They also listened to Martin Luther King Jr. talk about peace and nonviolent. After all of the that the girls when back home to their mother Classroom uses: Teach Black history and journal writing ESOL: Take time to ask and answer questions and read aloud
    • Wind of Flyers By Angela Johnson Illustration by Loren Long Fiction: Historical Fiction Primary A boy talks about his great, great uncle, who as a child always wants to fly. His uncle soon became a Tuskegee airman and flew in a war. But now he still fly and takes his nephew up with him. Classroom uses: Learn about the airplanes and black history ESOL: Review the story and repeat important points
    • It’s Simple, Said Simon By Mary Ann Hoberman Illustrated by Meilo So Fiction : Predictable Primary Simon is a boy who can do everything that the dog, cat and horse can do. He meets a tiger and tries to do everything that the tiger can do. After completing everything the tiger asked it was time to go home but the tiger try to eat Simon but he tricked the tiger from eating him and went home. Classroom uses: Read aloud and role playing ESOL: Create games for comprehension and summarizing the story
    • Hickory Dickory Dock By Jenne Abramowitz Illustrated by Hector Borlaca Primary Fiction: Rhyme A mouse leave the clock at one and all of the farm animals one by one every hour climbs into the clock until there is no more room. Then the mouse comes back and kicks them out of the clock. Classroom use: Sing song and learning about farm animals ESOL: Phonics and illustration
    • Five sheep go to the store to shop for a birthday gift. When it was time to pay they did not have enough money to pay. The sheep cut their coat and gave it as an exchange for the gift. Sheep in a Shop By Nancy Shaw Illustrated by Margot Apple Fiction: Rhyme Primary Classroom use: Role play and read aloud ESOL : Vocabulary and illustration
    • Carl’s Summer Vacation By Alexandra Day Primary Fiction: Wordless A book about a girl and her dog on a summer vacation. The dog goes on many adventures with Madeleine before dinner. Classroom uses: Journal entries and group discussion ESOL: illustrations and Think-write-pair-share
    • Young Cam Jansen and the Lost Tooth By David A. Adler Illustrated by Susanna Natti Fiction: Beginning Chapter series Intermediate Annie lost her tooth in the art classroom. Cam tries to use her amazing memory help her find the tooth. Cam finds the tooth with the help of her friend Eric. Classroom use: Partner read and create a mystery game ESOL: Read aloud and ask review question
    • Mr. Putter & Tabby Walk the Dog By Cynthia Rylant Illustrated by Arthur Howard Fiction: Beginning Chapter series Intermediate Mr. Putter and Tobby helps Mrs. Teaberry when she hurts her foot by walking her dog Zeke. Zeke is a bad dog that got in to trouble. Mr. Putter found away to help Zeke be a good dog. Classroom use: Have students draw their pets and class discussions ESOL: Illustrations and story timeline
    • Jesse Aarons enjoys painting but his father does not approve. He also wants to be the fastest boy in the fifth grade. Jesse meet a neighbor Leslie Burke, she does not care what anyone thinks of her. They become good friends and created a fantasy world across the creek in the wood called Terabithia. Tragedy hits was Leslie dies and left Jesse but after while he made his little sister the next queen of Terabithia. Bridge to Terabithia By Katherine Paterson Fiction: Contemporary Realistic Fiction Intermediate Newbery Award 1978 Classroom uses: Read aloud and timeline ESOL: Group discussion and journal writing
    • Julianna is love with Bryce and he try his best to avoid her but he can’t she is everywhere. Later a switch happened Bryce is falling for Julianna but she is avoiding him. Both have very different views on everything. Even thought they lived across the street from each other for year the real never really know each other. Flipped By Wendein Van Draanen Fiction: Comtemporary Realistic Fiction Intermediate Classroom use: Story map and group assignment ESOL: Venn diagram and ask questions
    • Award Books
    • Rosa By Nikki Giovanni Illustration by Bryan Collier Biography Caldecott honor 2006 Intermediate The story is about Rosa Park who was a seamstress. She got of off work early on Dec 1, 1995. She decided to take the bus and sat on the neutral part of the bus but the driver did not want her to sit there. She did not move, that on incident change the world from that day on. Classroom uses: Black history and learn about rights ESOL: Take time reading the story and talking about the main character
    • Repunzel By Paul Zelinsky Caldecott Award 1998 Fantasy: Traditional fantasy Intermediate A childless couple after many years was with child. The mother was craving the rapunzels in the sorceress garden. At a final attempt of stealing from the sorceress garden they had to give the child to the sorceress. She locked her away in a tower in the forest but a prince found it and fell in love with Repunzel. The sorceress found out and sent Rapunzel away then the prince found her and they lived a happily ever after. Classroom use: Teach a lesson about not stealing and storytelling activity ESOL: Story strips and story map
    • Jesse Aarons enjoys painting but his father does not approve. He also wants to be the fastest boy in the fifth grade. Jesse meet a neighbor Leslie Burke, she does not care what anyone thinks of her. They become good friends and created a fantasy world across the creek in the wood called Terabithia. Tragedy hits was Leslie dies and left Jesse but after while he made his little sister the next queen of Terabithia. Bridge to Terabithia By Katherine Paterson Fiction: Contemporary Realistic Fiction Intermediate Newbery Award 1978 Classroom uses: Read aloud and timeline ESOL: Group discussion and journal writing
    • Jonas is a boy who is not sure of what his assignment was in life. He soon learn of his assignment and realizes that the village not what it appears to be. Jonas wants to make a positivechange but the only way is to escape the village. The Giver By Lois Lowey Fiction : Science Fiction Newbery Award 1994 Intermediate Classroom uses: Group discussions and illustrate scenes in the book ESOL: Vocabulary and group discussions
    • Raspberry Black I have been busy Reading my great-great grandmother’s journal How she loved the red earth How she loved her pioneer-woman life How she loved her Seminole Indian husband How her children were African-Native American The color of black dipped in red My mother says I am Red raspberries stirred into blackberries Like the raspberries I will always be here Like the blackberries I was here From the first seed I stay busy Reading my great-great grandmother’s journal I am African-Native American I am a Raspberry black The Blacker the Berry By Joyce Carol Thomas Illus: Floyd Cooper Award Coretta Scott King Award 2009 Intermediate and Primary Image
    • Stranger in the Woods By Carl R. Sams II and Jean Stoick Fiction Benjamin Franklin Award 2000 Primary and intermediate The animals in the forest finds a visitor in the forest. All of them are curious and investigate. Then they find out that it was a snowman with food around it. And the animals ate the food. Classroom use: Learning about animals in the forest and draw pictures ESOL: Props and illustration
    • Poetry
    • Dirt on my Shirt There’s dirt on my shirt And leaves in my hair There’s mud on my boots But I don’t really care Playing outside is so much fun To breathe the clean air And feel the warm sun To stomp in a puddle Or climb a big tree Makes me quite happy Just look and you’ll see Dirt on my shirt Jeff Foxworthy Illustrated: Steve Bjorkman Rhyme
    • When She Wears Red When Susanna Jones wear red Her face is like an ancient cameo Turned brown by the ages Come with blast of trumpets, Jesus! When Susanna Jones wear red A queen from sometime dead Egyptian night Walks once again Blow trumpets, Jesus! And the beauty of Susanna Jones in red Burns in my heart a love-fire sharp like pain Sweet silver trumpets, Jesus! Poetry for Young People Langston Hughes Edited by: David Roessel Arnold Rampersad Illustrated by: Benny Andrews Image
    • Magical Eraser She wouldn’t believe This pencil has A magical eraser She said I was a silly moo, She said I was a liar too, She dared me prove that it was true And so what could I do- I erased her! Where the Sidewalk Ends The poem and drawing of Shel Silberstein Rhyme
    • Walter and the Waiter Walter Witter called a waiter: “Waiter, over here! I want some water waiter. Water, waiter! Is that clear?” The waiter brought some water. Walter Witter shouted: “ Wrong! This water’s really watered-down! I like my water strong!” The waiter brought more water. Waiter Wither was upset “ This water’s dry!” said Walter. “I like my Water wet! Bring me wetter water, waiter!” Walter Witter said. The waiter brought a pitcher full and poured it on his head. Orangutan Tongs Poems to tangle your tongue Author: Jon Agee Alliteration
    • We don’t agree On anything! There’s something else I like a lot But if I like it You will not There’s something else that I like, too. but you won’t like it if I do. Tell me yours And I’ll tell you mine I like reading Reading’s fine You like reading? Yes, I do. Why, reading was What I picked, too! Well, then, at last we both agree I’ll read to you you’ll read to me! I like I like soda. I like milk. I like satin. I like silk. I like puppies. I like kittens. I like gloves. And I like mittens. I like apples. I like pears. I like tigers. I like bears. I like slide I like swing. You Read to Me, I’ll Read to You By: Mary Ann Huberman Ill: Michael Emberley Copyright 2001 Rhyme We don’t agree On anything I like butter. I like jam I like turkey I like ham I like rivers I like lakes I like cookies I like cakes. I like yellow. I like blue I like pizza I like stew I like summer I like spring
    • Raspberry Black I have been busy Reading my great-great grandmother’s journal How she loved the red earth How she loved her pioneer-woman life How she loved her Seminole Indian husband How her children were African-Native American The color of black dipped in red My mother says I am Red raspberries stirred into blackberries Like the raspberries I will always be here Like the blackberries I was here From the first seed I stay busy Reading my great-great grandmother’s journal I am African-Native American I am a Raspberry black The Blacker the Berry By Joyce Carol Thomas Illus: Floyd Cooper Award Coretta Scott King Award 2009 Intermediate and Primary Image
    • I peered in a mirror I peered in a mirror, The mirror fell down. I glanced at my shadow, It sped out of town I watched my reflection Swim in the sea-- There’s something peculiar today about me. My Dog May be a Genius By Jack P Relutsky Illus: James Stevenson Rhyme
    • The Little Sister Store When my silly little sister Knocks my blocks down on the floor, I tell her I will sell her At the little store. She Knows I’m only joking, That there isn’t such a shop, But even though she knows it-- At least it makes her stop! Fathers, Mothers, Sisters, Brothers by: Mary Ann Hoberman Illus: Marylin Hafner Rhyme
    • Faster than Light There was a young lady named Bright, Whose speed was much faster than light. She went out one day In relative way And returned on the previous night. Immersed in Verse By: Allan Wolf Illus by Tuesday Morning Rhyme
    • Northern Mockingbird The one-man bird band: diva, choir, and orchestra unbroken record The Cuckoo’s Haiku and other Birding Poems by Michael J Rosen Illus: Stan Fellows Personification