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Ever have a group of students ask you, "Do you have any good books?" Here's their answer for the 07-08 school year...

Ever have a group of students ask you, "Do you have any good books?" Here's their answer for the 07-08 school year...

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  • Bob was a studious planner who wanted to grow up to be a doctor. Joe dreamed of making his fortune in show business and loved magic tricks and problem-solving. When an accident left Bob recovering in a darkened basement, the brothers began experimenting with ultraviolet light and fluorescent paints. Together they invented a whole new kind of color, one that glows with an extra-special intensity – Day-Glo.
  • Little, Brown’s Secret website has games, videos, and excerpts.
  • A ppt. presentation is available on Mr. Schu’s blogspot, compiled by Terry Sams & Melissa Guinn.
  • Snowflake –catching instructions are also included. There is also a guide for this book by Chronicle Books. And a Story of Snow blog.
  • SharonCreech.com has teaching guides for all her books.
  • Out of My Mind gives a voice to those who otherwise lack one. Sharon Draper highlights Melody’s struggle and allows the reader to focus on her abilities, rather than her disabilities. You cannot help but pause and consider how you have unintentionally treated those who may face a similar struggle. Out of My Mind is difficult to get out of your mind. I changes the way you think about those differently-abled. There is an Out of My Mind discussion gudie available.
  • There is a Familiars discussion and activity guide.
  • Thing About Georgie discussion guide. Lisa Graff’s website has more about Georgie and dwarfism.
  • There is a Captain Nobody interactive website.
  • The official Guyku Headquarters has teacher resources, downloads, activities, certificates, and more.
  • May want to have the book with you to demonstrate one of the poems…..

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  • Do you know any good books…? Mr. Mika LRC Director Beebe Elementary
  • • Find a good book! • Search the catalog • Revisit popular series • Think about great authors • Use the Beebe Web Site • Discover other book lists Today’s lesson will help you: Yes, I do!
  • Library Catalog • Author, Subject, Title, or Series
  • Popular Series • Wayside School • Encyclopedia Brown • Boxcar Children • Cam Jansen • Bailey School Kids • A to Z Mysteries • Magic Tree House • My Weird School • Katie Kazoo • George Brown • Time Warp Trio • Junie B. Jones • Judy Moody • Amelia Bedelia • Charlie Bone • Amber Brown • Bunnicula • Marvin Redpost • Andrew Lost • Deltora Quest
  • Great Authors • Matt Christopher (sports) • Louis Sachar (humor & realistic fiction) • Judy Blume (fantasy & realistic fiction) • Beverly Cleary (fantasy & realistic fiction) • Gary Paulsen (survival) • Dan Gutman (realistic fiction) • Roald Dahl (fantasy) • Gordon Korman (humor & realistic fiction) • Andrew Clements (realistic fiction)
  • Great Books • Indian in the Cupboard • Clementine • Emma • Tale of Desperaux • Mr. Popper’s Penguins • The Chocolate Touch • How to Eat Fried Worms • Flight to the Mushroom Planet • Birdbrain Amos
  • Bluestem Award • In honor of Big Bluestem, IL’s state prairie grass • May include both timeless classics and current titles • Might have Monarch, Battle, and Rebecca Caudill books • Need to have read 4 books in order to vote
  • Bluestem Nominees 2013-2014 PowerPoint created by Katie Lawrence and Brian Wilson Bluestem Steering Committee Original design by Michelle Johnson This work is licensed under the Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike 3.0 Unported License. http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-sa/3.0/
  • Because of Winn-Dixie by Kate DiCamillo New to her Southern town, India Opal goes to the store for a box of macaroni and cheese, but returns home with a scruffy stray dog! During one unforgettable summer, this lovable pooch helps India feel less sad about things. Together they make some unusual misfit friends who change her life forever. (182 pages) Newbery Honor Book
  • Bones: Skeletons and How They Work by Steve Jenkins Bones come in all shapes and sizes, and can do many amazing things. Packed with illustrations (many of them actual size), this fascinating non-fiction picture book shows the skeletons of humans and all kinds of animals! (32 pages) A quick read 
  • Bud, Not Buddy by Christopher Paul Curtis In 1936, Bud decides to flee from his foster home (after being attacked by bats) and find his long-lost father. He sees a poster for a jazz band. Is the mysterious man in the photograph his dad? Suitcase in hand, Bud hits the road to find out. (245 pages) Won Newbery and Coretta Scott King awards!
  • Calli Be Gold by Michele Weber Hurwitz Calli Gold’s family has a motto: Be Gold! It’s hard to live up to the triumphs of her sports star siblings and the expectations of her on- the-go, ambitious parents. However, things change when she meets a second grader who needs a friend. Will Calli ever find her special talent? (198 pages)
  • Cheesie Mack Is Not a Genius or Anything by Steve Cotler, illustrated by Adam McCauley Cheesie Mack enjoys making up new words, writing science fiction stories, battling his older sister, and preparing to playfully disrupt his fifth grade graduation. Cheesie’s life changes when his buddy Georgie discovers a valuable old coin. Cheesie now has a mystery to solve—but how will he do it? (229 pages) Funny! 
  • Clementine by Sara Pennypacker, illustrated by Marla Frazee Pay attention, Clementine! That is what third grader Clementine always hears. In one eventful week, this funny heroine gets into all kinds of trouble. What can you do when you have ideas ―sproinging up‖ in your brain all the time? (133 pages)First in a series! 
  • The Dinosaurs of Waterhouse Hawkins by Barbara Kerley, illustrated by Brian Selznick Once there was a time when people did not know what dinosaurs looked like. In 19th century London, artist and sculptor Waterhouse Hawkins builds giant dinosaur models to show how big and amazing they are! This non-fiction picture book shows how this interesting man made an important contribution by mixing art and science! (47 pages) Non-fiction!
  • Edgar Allan’s Official Crime Investigation Notebook by Mary Amato Someone has stolen Slurpy, the class goldfish! And the crook has left a poem behind, creating an even bigger mystery. It’s up to detective Edgar Allan to outwit his rivals and solve this case! But how? (140 pages)
  • Emily’s Fortune by Phyllis Reynolds Naylor In the 19th century American west, orphan Emily tries to travel by stagecoach (with her pet turtle Rufus in tow) to live with her Aunt Hilda. Hot on Emily’s trail is her evil Uncle Victor, who wants to stop her plan! Can Emily and her new pal Jackson outwit Uncle Victor? A hootin’, tootin’ adventure! (147 pages)
  • I Feel Better with a Frog in My Throat: History’s Strangest Cures by Carlyn Beccia How do you cure a sore throat? Put a frog down your throat? Wear a necklace made out of earthworms? Tie a dirty sock around your neck? Believe it or not, people throughout history tried to make these odd cures work. This non-fiction picture book tells you whether strange remedies such as puppy kisses or electric eel shocks helped with colds, stomachaches, and other ailments. (48 pages)Non-Fiction!
  • Knights of the Kitchen Table by Jon Scieszka, illustrated by Lane Smith Joe, Sam and Fred are celebrating Joe’s birthday when he gets a gift from his uncle, a magician. The gift is a book that magically takes the boys to Medieval England where they meet famous knights, battle a dragon and a giant. Full of laughs and adventure - check this out to see if the trio can make it home before dinner! (64 pages) First in the hysterical Time Warp Trio series!
  • The Lemonade War by Jaqueline Davies Evan and Jessie Treski are at war! A lemonade war to be exact. Whoever sells the most lemonade during the last week of the summer will win the respect of their sibling. Full of competitive ideas and lots of heart. Read The Lemonade War to find out who wins, and whether Evan and Jessie can be friends again. (192 pages) First in a Series
  • Little Wolf’s Book of Badness by Ian Whybrow, illustrated by Tony Ross All Little Wolf wants to do is stay home with his parents and little brother and be polite. This is not acceptable to the fearsome wolves, and he’s shipped off to Cunning College to learn the 9 Rules of Badness from his famous fairy tale uncle, Bigbad. Little Wolf writes hilarious letters home about his adventures and attempt to earn a golden BAD badge from his uncle. (144 pages) Very Funny!
  • Nubs: The True Story of a Mutt, a Marine, and a Miracle By Brian Dennis, Kirby Larson and Mary Nethery The true story of Nubs, a wild dog in Iraq, who befriends American marine Major Brian Dennis. Unable to take Nubs with him to his next base, Brian had to leave his friend behind. Follow Nubs as he sets off on a dangerous, desert journey to find his human friend. Will Brian and Nubs be reunited again? Read to find out! (48 Pages)Non-Fiction!
  • Number the Stars By Lois Lowry Based on the true story of people in Denmark who helped 7,000 Jews escape the Nazis during World War II. Narrated by 10- year old Annemarie whose family helps hide her best friend Ellen and aids her family in escaping the country. A gripping story about a horrible time in history that shows there was some hope for the Jews to escape. (156 pages)Winner of the Newbery Medal
  • Pie by Sarah Weeks Alice’s Aunt Polly is called the Pie Queen of Ipswich, largely because her secret pie crust recipe is so outstanding. When her Aunt Polly passes away, Alice learns that the secret recipe has been left to Polly’s huge, mean cat Lardo, and Lardo has been given to Alice. Suddenly Alice has the power to decide who the new Pie Queen might be as everyone in Ipswich goes crazy for pies. A fun read about baking, community and family. (192 pages)Non-Fiction!
  • Seaglass Summer by Anjali Banerjee Poppy Ray longs to be a veterinarian like her uncle Sanjay, but she has never owned a pet. She is able to gain experience with animals while spending a month helping her uncle at his animal clinic off the coast of Washington. While she loves meeting newborn puppies and taking care of dogs, cats and birds, Poppy also learns being a vet is hard, sometimes gross work. (176 pages)For Animal Lovers
  • A Strong Right Arm: The Story of Mamie “Peanut” Johnson by Michelle Y. Green The true story of Mamie Johnson, who loved baseball so much she dared to try out for the all-male, all- white Police Athletic League and made the team. She dreamed of playing in the big leagues like her hero Jackie Robinson and finally did! She was one of 3 African American women to play professional baseball, pitching for the Indianapolis clowns! This book is full of exciting baseball stories and lots of heart. (128 pages) Sports Biography!
  • Waiting for the Magic by Patricia MacLachlan, illustrated by Amy June Bates When William’s father leaves, his mother quickly adopts four dogs and a cat to keep her children company. With the help of his little sister Elinor, his mother, and the five furry new additions William begins to learn a new definition for family while discovering the magic in his own backyard. (176 pages) By the author of Sarah, Plain and Tall!
  • Wonder By R.J. Palacio Auggie was born with a facial deformity that has kept him from going to mainstream school until now. As a fifth grader Auggie is going to a traditional school for the first time. Told through not only Auggie’s voice, but those of his sister, friends and others, Wonder is the story of rising above differences to accept all people and choose kindness over mean behavior. (320 pages)Choose Kind!
  • Which book will you read first? Be sure to read at least four so you can vote!
  • ALA’s Newberry Award • Named for the 18th century bookseller John Newberry • First children’s book award in the world (1921) • Awarded annually to the most distinguished children’s literature published the previous year.
  • Other Lists • Anderson’s Bookshops – Kid’s Picks – Mock Newberry List • Naperville Public Library – General Book Lists – Children’s Book Awards • Lisle Public Library – Literature Links
  • Mr. Mika’s Favorites • Hey, you’re the librarian! What are you reading? • Library Thing • Do you have a recommendation? – Alex Rider Series – Geronimo Stilton – Warriors Series – …and more!
  • LRC Online • Book Lists • Series Books • Books made into Movies • Rebecca Caudill • Anderson’s Book Lists • Naperville Public Library • Mr. Mika’s Favorites!
  • References • Berkeley Township Elementary School. "Battle of the Books." Cartoon. Berkeley Township Elementary School. Zumu, n.d. Web. 5 Sept. 2012. http://www.btboe.org/bts/BTES/Media%20Center/Battle%20 of%20the%20Books/. • Book covers used without permission for promotional purposes in educational setting only. • Book summaries retrieved from Follett’s Titlewave Database: http://www.titlewave.com/login/ • ―More old books…‖ by guldfisken (Creative Commons License: Attribution) http://www.flickr.com/photos/92269864@N00/398144161 • ―Stack of Books Design Template‖ available from Microsoft Online Templates http://office.microsoft.com/en- us/templates/TC011594401033.aspx?pid=CT101427471033 • School Clipart. "Pupil, Student Reading a Book." Cartoon. Clip Projects. N.p., n.d. Web. 5 Sept. 2012. http://www.clipproject.info/Clipart_Schule_Seite_3.html.