2 edition of Where I live found in the catalog.
Where I live
Includes bibliographical references (p. 231-233).
|Other titles||Looking for luck., Connecting the dots., Long marriage., Jack and other new poems., Still to mow.|
|LC Classifications||PS3521.U638 W48 2010|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||235 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||235|
|LC Control Number||2009040315|
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Where I Live by Eileen Spinelli is a book that tells the story of a girl named Diana and how she has to move from the house that she loves and leave her best friend to go to a new town and new house and make new friends/5.
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Where I Live combines Arundhathi Subramaniam's first two Indian collections of poetry, On Cleaning Bookshelves and Where I Live, with a selection of new work/5(14).
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Where I Live gathers poems from five previous books, together with twenty-three new poems that pay homage to Kumins farm life and also to poets of the past.
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Where I live. [Liz Lennon] -- The book helps to explore and discuss a child's world by letting young children find out about what local areas are like. The text is ideal for sharing or reading out loud, and includes notes for.
This is a picture book with bold block prints, showing where familiar and less familiar animals live. The book features the dog, rabbit, donkey and mouse, and more unusual creatures such as the beaver, the crab and the woodpecker.
On a US map, locate the state you live in. Read a book about the state you live in. Use a key and a map of the US to color the state you live in. For example, color Indiana and the surrounding states (north-Michigan, south-Kentucky, east-Ohio, and west-Illinois). Which is larger – .This is a flip book that helps students learn where they live- large scale to small scale.
To assemble, print all pages, cut out each oval, layer, (largest oval on the bottom), staple or hole punch with a ribbon.'Where I Live' is the seaside. In her first picture book, Frances Wolfe has captured the sights and sounds of life on the seashore in 16 outstanding illustrations.
Astute readers will note the first letter of each two-line verse spells out the word "seaside." A sweet way to visit the sea with the youngest of readers.