You have enjoyed
fairy tales all your life. When you were very young, you probably quivered
at the appearance of the Wolf and the evil Witch. You knew, though, that
the good character would prevail in the end. But, did you know that there
were other ways of looking at the story? What if you could get inside
the head of the Wolf or the Witch? Do you think the Prince in Sleeping
Beauty would like to tell you more?
Marilyn Singer has
produced an ingeniuous collection of reversible poetry--Mirror,
Mirror--in the world of fairy tales. Using the same words, she shows
how two different ideas can be expressed when read forward and backwards.
One reading won't satisfy you! This is a book you'll want to read again
The Kids' Wings literature
guide invites group discussion, prediction, drama, problem-solving, and
skill building. Teachers who want students to have an appreciation of
poetic twists will want make this intermediate-level picture book part
of their classroom libraries.
The Activity Guide Contains:
Pre-Reading Discussion Cards
2 -Page Readers’ Theater Introduction
Crossword Puzzle: Through Other Eyes
So, You Think It's Easy
Multiple Choice Comprehension
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has created outstanding activities for each novel, units which provide
the latest in integrated curriculum.
Texas Bluebonnet AwardSM
is a service mark of the Texas Library Association, which is in no way
affiliated with Kids' Wings or Suzy Red. Use of the Texas Bluebonnet Award
mark in these materials does not imply any endorsement of any kind on
behalf of the Texas Library Association. The
Texas Bluebonnet Book Master ListSM was selected by the Texas Bluebonnet Award Committee
of the Texas Library
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