Favorite Show-Me Nominees 
2017 Favorites

I mentioned in a previous post that this year's Show-Me nominees, picture books for Missouri readers in grades 1-3, are FULL of animals! Animal books almost always win, and there are eight of the ten nominees this year which feature animals. Of course I love animals, too, so my favorites fall right in line with the students. These are my two favorite nominees this year: Strongheart by Emily Arnold McCully and Ivan by Katherine Applegate. Interestingly, these two are both also true stories about famous animals. I will be interested to see how the voting comes out and if either of my favorites wins!

Posted by kparker On 1/23/2017 at 9:44 AM  2 Comments

phd assignment help uk (Guest) said On 4/21/2018 at 6:11 AM
I began an understudy association that was fundamentally intended to interface understudies with destitute people. We went by them and now and again brought nourishment, yet for the most part, we were there for swapping stories. I've been numerous sorts of scholars in my vocation: author; tele-dramatist; short story essayist. As a secondary school understudy, I composed beginner pieces for fanzines, and I've composed for Hollywood.  
superior papers reviews (Guest) said On 3/21/2018 at 6:24 AM
Animal book fascinates kids towards taking interest in reading and learning more efficiently in early grades. Obtaining optimum results marking correct decision-making terminologies. Delicate empowerment through various ways of treating tricks based on assistance in specific regions.   
Leave Your Comment
Security Measure