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Book Title: Won Ton and Chopstick: A Cat and Dog Tale Told in Haiku|
The author of the book: Lee Wardlaw
Edition: Henry Holt and Co. (BYR)
Date of issue: March 17th 2015
ISBN 13: 9780805099874
Format files: PDF
The size of the: 3.33 MB
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Reader ratings: 3.9
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Fun for All, Especially
Middle Grade and Teen
Will Teach the Crowds to Love Words
Use as a Mentor Text for
Capture the Fun of this Tale
Or Should I Say Tail?
This book was good fun, and I particularly recommend it for use in middle or high school settings--but it would be accessible in elementary settings, as well. It is important to infuse picture books into older classrooms, and this is the perfect text to do so.. With scaffolding and assistance from an adult, young kids would also enjoy navigating this fun book. I think it is very important to challenge our students, and the balance of vocabulary and a fun storyline will make this book a great resource to teachers.
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Read information about the authorLee Wardlaw swears that her first spoken word was 'kitty'. Since then, she's shared her life with 30 cats (not all at the same time!) and published close to 30 award-winning books for young readers, selling more than one million copies world wide.
Lee's newest books include Won Ton - A Cat Tale Told in Haiku, winner of the 2012 Lee Bennett Hopkins Children's Poetry Award and the 2012 Myra Cohn Livingston Poetry Award (among others); Red, White and Boom!, a 2013 CCBC Choice; and 101 Ways to Bug Your Friends and Enemies, which won the 2012 Forward National Literature Award for Humor.
Lee has a B.A. in Education, an AMI-Primary Diploma from the Montessori Institute of San Diego, and will receive her M.Ed. from Loyola University, Maryland, in 2014.
A former teacher, Lee continues to keep up-to-date with children, tweens and teens by presenting frequently at schools, libraries, bookstores and conferences. She lives in Santa Barbara, CA, with her husband, teenage son, and three former shelter cats.