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The true story of the three little pigs Alexander T. Wolf tells his part of the story, He says he’s Really A nice guy and has just Been framed. Do you really think it was just a Cup of sugar, Or is that what we’ve been told? Dianelis Fee Genesis Fernandez Andy Reyes Suniel Cabrera
Jon Scieszka was born September 8, 1954 in Flint, Michigan. He is nationally recognized a reading advocate, and in early 2008 was named the National Ambassador for Young People's Literature by the Librarian of Congress. Scieszka is the second oldest of six sons born to his mother, He attended Culver Military Academy in Indiana, graduating in three years, and then began to study medicine at Albion College. He eventually received a B.A. in writing in 1976; he turned down an acceptance to Johns Hopkins Medical School, opting instead to enroll in Columbia University's writing program, where he received a Master of Fine Arts in 1980. According to Scieszka, he writes books because he loves to make kids laugh. Most of his noted works have come via collaborations with illustrator Lane Smith, who does the artwork for Scieszka's words.
Ms. Mena starts her lesson on point of view by explaining the students who wrote the author, illustrated the book and more. As you read the story ask what the author wants you to believe, and if you do. Make sure to ask some questions to make a discussion and to get more details, ask what students think about certain things and what they would do if they were in the authors position. Once reaching the end of the story, Ask what the author wanted you to believe throughout the story.