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The Hello, Goodbye Window

hTe H Kristie Hinckley 0 1 0 Thi s Book Review is brought to you for free and open access by the All Journals at BYU ScholarsArchive. It has been accepted for inclusion in Children's Book and Media

The House Jane Built: A Story about Jane Addams

ouse Jane Built: A Stor y about Jane Addams Kristie Hinckley Follow this and additional works at: https://scholarsarchive.byu.edu/cbmr BYU ScholarsArchive Citation - Book Review Review Jane

America Is Under Attack

America is Under Attack is a picture book about the terrorist attacks on September 11, 2001. In this book, Don Brown portrays the ordinary day on which these terrible events occurred and the ordinary, innocent people that were affected. Readers will get an inside look of this day in the life of a firefighter, a worker in the world trade center, and an army officer at the Pentagon...

Scholastic Discover More: Birds

Readers will learn more than they ever knew about birds in Scholastic Discover More: Birds. Children can easily access the information about birds in this book by using the table of contents, glossary, and index. They will learn how different birds have different purposes for feathers, including camouflage, warmth, changing direction in flight, and showing off to female birds...

Everything Goes: In the Air

This book starts out as comic book, following a little boy and his parents as they head to the airport. Sporadic speech bubbles of busy travelers provide most of the book’s text. Readers learn about the history of planes, the Wright brothers, and old planes called biplanes. Hot air balloons are also found in the air and are featured in this book. There are lots of different...

Pinkalicious and the Pink Parakeet

When the class takes a trip to the Zoo, Pinkalicious wants to see the pink parakeet that she read about in her bird book. Her teacher, Ms. Penny, warns her that they are very rare, so she shouldn’t be disappointed if she doesn’t see one. Pinkalicious doesn’t see a pink parakeet and is sad. But soon the class realizes that the pink parakeet is in Ms. Penny’s jacket hood! The pink...

Splat the Cat: Twice the Mice

Seymour misses his brother Brice, so Brice is coming for a visit! Splat the Cat tells his mom that there will be twice the mice. Splat’s mother warns him to be extra nice because not all mice think cats are nice. Seymour and Splat work super hard to prepare for Brice’s visit. Splat makes a statue out of ice for Brice, but the ice sculpture starts to melt after they fall asleep...

Art

- Book Review Title: Art Author: Patrick McDonnell Reviewer: Kristie Hinckley Publisher: Little, Brown and Company Rating: Excellent Review Art by Patrick McDonnell is a cute book based on the fact

Sarah, Plain and Tall

Anna and Caleb are two young children living in a small home on the prairie. Their mother dies shortly after Caleb’s birth and their father starts to look for a new wife. Sarah, a plain and tall woman from Maine responds to the ad in the paper. She promises to stay for a month to see how they get along. The children desperately want a mother, but are afraid to get their hopes up...

Mrs. Noodlekugel

Nick and Maxine are two young, curious siblings who just moved into a new apartment building. Soon after they move in, they notice a cute little house behind their building. They venture out and knock on the door and meet a talking cat! Mrs. Noodlekugel is the owner of the little house and invites them in. They are introduced to Mr. Fuzzface, the cat, and four far-sighted mice...

My Friend Rabbit

My Friend Rabbit is about mouse's friend Rabbit who means well, but always gets into trouble. Rabbit gets an airplane stuck in a tree and has a brilliant idea to stack up zoo animals, including an elephant, a rhino, a hippo, and a bear, to help them reach it. But the plane is still out of reach! After Rabbit’s last effort, the animals come tumbling down. The animals are not happy...

Ellen Tebbits

Cleary Reviewer: Kristie Hinckley Publisher: Dell Publishing Co., Inc Publication Year: 1951 Interest Level: Primary Rating: Excellent Review Beverly Cleary puts you in the shoes of fourth grader

The View from Saturday

hTe V Kristie Hinckley Follow this and additional works at; http; //scholarsarchive; byu; edu/cbmr - Book Review Review Join four sixth graders and their teacher, Mrs. O., as they tell share