Teaching Emergent Readers: Collaborative Library Lesson Plans

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Index
Items in boldface are books featured in this text.
18 Penny Goose, The, 20
100 Monsters in My School, 88
Adler, David A., 12
Africa, 33–36
Ahlberg, Janet and Allen, 84
Aliki, 28, 40, 136
All the Places to Love, 132
Allen, Jon, 108
Alligators, 80
Alligators and Crocodiles, 80
Amanda Pig and the Awful, Scary Monster, 104
Amazing Math Magic, 108
And I Mean It, Stanley, 1–4
And the Cow Said Moo 132
Animals Nobody Loves, 88
Armentrout, Patricia, 76, 140
Arnold, Peter, 108
Arnosky, Jim, 64
Arthur's New Puppy, 16
Arthur's Pet Business, 16,
Aunt Eater Loves a Mystery, 5–8, 12
Aunt Eater's Mystery Christmas, 9, 12
Aunt Eater's Mystery Halloween, 9, 12
Aunt Eater's Mystery Vacation, 9–12
Babar and the Ghost, 76
Baby Owl, 100
Bader, Bonnie, 88
Baker, Keith, 52, 88
Bandannas, Chaps and Ten Gallon Hats, 48
Barefoot Book of Monsters, The, 88
Barney's Horse, 56
Barnyard Banter, 132
Barrett, Judi, 60
Bear, The, 64
Bears, 61–68
Beastly Tales: Yeti, Bigfoot, Loch Ness, Monster,
88
Beatty, Theresa M., 32 Benchley, Nathaniel, 76, 93
Berenstain, Jan, 136
Berenstain, Stan, 136
Big Anthony and the Magic Ring, 108
Big Snow, The, 60
Big Old Bones: A Dinosaur Tale, 136
Bigger than T. Rex, 40
Bill and Pete, 40
Bill and Pete Go down the Nile, 80
Bill and Pete to the Rescue, 80
Bird, E. J., 64
Biscuit Goes to School, 13–16
Blind Man and the Elephant, The 92
Bonnet, John, 116
Bonsall, Crosby, 1, 12
Boston Coffee Party, The, 17–20
Boston Tea Party, 20
Branley, Franklyn M., 40
Brave Little Monster, 88, 104
Bree, Loris G., 108
Bridwell, Norman, 16
Brown, Marc, 16
Buffalo Bill and the Pony Express, 21–24
Byars, Betsy, 45
Caboose Who Got Loose, The, 8
Cam Jansen series, 12
Can I Have a Stegosaurus, Mom? Can I?, Please?, 40
Cannell, Janet, 52
Capucilli, Alyssa Satin, 13
Card Tricks, 108
Carey, Scott, 16
Carlson, Nancy, 68
Carrick, Carol, 40, 136
Carrick, Donald, 40, 136
Case of the Double Cross, The, 12
Cave, 76
Cave Boy, 25–28
Caves, 73, 76
Caves and Caverns, 76
Chang's Paper Pony, 29–32

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Table of contents

Table of contents

  • Title Page iii
  • Contents vii
  • Introduction ix
  • And I Mean It, Stanley 1
  • Aunt Eater Loves a Mystery 5
  • Aunt Eater's Mystery Vacation 9
  • Biscuit Goes to School 13
  • The Boston Coffee Party 17
  • Buffalo Bill and the Pony Express 21
  • Cave Boy 25
  • Chang's Paper Pony 29
  • Crocodile and Hen: A Bakongo Folktale 33
  • Danny and the Dinosaur 37
  • Five Silly Fisherman 41
  • The Golly Sisters Go West 45
  • The Great Snake Escape 49
  • The Horse in Harry's Room 53
  • Ice-Cold Birthday 57
  • Little Bear 61
  • Little Bear's Visit 65
  • Mouse Tales 69
  • The Mystery of the Pirate Ghost 73
  • No Fighting, No Biting! 77
  • No Mail for Mitchell 81
  • No More Monsters for Me! 85
  • Oliver 89
  • Oscar Otter 93
  • Owl at Home 97
  • Porcupine's Pajama Party 101
  • Pretty Good Magic 105
  • R Is for Radish 109
  • Sammy the Seal 113
  • Scruffy 117
  • Sleepy Dog 121
  • Small Pig 125
  • The Smallest Cow in the World 129
  • Stanley 133
  • Three by the Sea 137
  • Appendix 141
  • Index 143
  • About the Author 149
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