By Janice McArthur

Get books relocating off the library cabinets and into the palms of kids with this built-in package deal for thematic guideline. 16 chapters, in line with such energetic subject matters as dicy interpreting (adventure stories), Horrendous enjoyable (monster stories), and ebook, Line, and Sinker (ocean global) comprise introductions to the subjects, introductory actions, booktalks, annotated bibliographies, and reproducible job pages that reach studying around the curriculum. actions are coded through grade point. A important device for cooperative making plans among librarians and academics, this booklet is helping librarians pick out, current, and advertise publication titles applicable to precise subject matters. It additionally is helping lecturers plan corresponding actions. Grades K-3..

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How will the mystery be solved? Will the Mayor and town find the happiest person soon so the bridge can be used? To find out if the bridge is saved and if they find the happiest person, read Crossing the New Bridge by Emily Arnold McCully. (LP-UP) Bibliography Allard, Harry. Miss Nelson Is Back. Boston: Houghton Mifflin, 1982. Miss Nelson told her class that she was going to have her tonsils out and would be gone for a week. The students thought this would be a good time to misbehave, but then they remembered Miss Viola Swamp, the meanest substitute around.

Page iii Books on Wheels Cooperative Learning Through Thematic Units Janice McArthur and Barbara E. McGuire 1998 Libraries Unlimited, Inc. Englewood, Colorado Page iv Copyright © 1998 Janice McArthur and Barbara E. McGuire All Rights Reserved Printed in the United States of America No part of this publication may be reproduced, stored in a retrieval system, or transmitted, in any form or by any means, electronic, mechanical, photocopying, recording, or otherwise, without the prior written permission of the publisher.

New York: Putnam, 1994. A long time ago, in a town by a river, the bridge falls into the river and needs to be rebuilt. An old woman tells the Mayor that the happiest person in the village must cross the bridge first. The search begins to find the happiest person in the village, so other villagers can use the bridge. (LP-UP) Page 5 Mochizuki, Ken. Baseball Saved Us. New York: Lee & Low, 1993. During Word War II, most Japanese Americans were placed in camps away from the West Coast. The Japanese people in the desert camp learned to play baseball to have something to do.

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