|Radez Little Free Library||
|Radez Little Free Library|
Classroom of the Month-
Mrs.Smith's 5th Grade class provided us with their thoughts about:
The Wild Robot
Written by Peter Brown
Mrs. Hanes/Ms. Blairs and Mrs. Mullarkey's 3rd Grade class provided us with their thoughts about:
Written by Andrew Clements
Mrs. Paige's 3rd Grade class provided us with their thoughts about:
Who Would Win?
Written by Jerry Pallotta
Mrs. Schel's 4th Grade class provided us with their thoughts about:
Because of Winn-Dixie
Written by Kate DiCamillo
Mrs. Coppolo's 5th Grade class provided us with their thoughts about:
Fish In A Tree
Written by Lynda Mullaly Hunt
To start our program, Mrs. Young's 5th Grade class provided us with their thoughts about:
The Miraculous Journey of Edward Tulane
Written by Kate DiCamillo
In The Wild Robot there is a robot named Roz. One day she finds a bird egg that was sitting there right after it fell from a mountain. So Roz takes the egg. When the egg hatched Roz names him Brightbill. After that Rozi is friends with most of the animals.
We think people should read The Wild Robot because it proves that everyone can be friends even if they are different. Also The Wild Robot shows how different other families can be. We recommend this book to kids of all ages.
Warning: No Talking Allowed
Dave and Lynsey get into an argument at lunch.
A Boys vs. Girls contest begins.
No talking unless a teacher asks a question, but you can only answer with 3 words.
The boys and girls keep track by tallying extra words spoken.
One twist to the rules, is that sounds and singing are allowed… they are not considered talking.
Read to find out who wins the no talking contest.
Will it be the Boys? Or the Girls?
Who Would Win? Killer Whale Vs. Great White Shark is by Jerry Pallotta. This is a non-fiction book from the series Who Would Win? We like this book because it compares a killer whale and a great white shark. It tells you facts about each animal and you have to decide who would win if they had a fight. You will learn about their brain, teeth, fins and tails. Who do you think would win? Read to find out!
Because of Winn-Dixie by Kate DiCamillo
India Opal was a girl who moved to a new town in Naomi, Florida. She didn't know anyone there except for her father, who was a preacher at a church hosted at an old Pick It Quick convenience store. Opal was very lonely until one day, she went into a Winn-Dixie grocery store and found something making a very big commotion in the produce aisle.
We enjoyed the book because it was about a friendship between a dog and a girl, which had a ripple effect on the lives of a lot of characters in the book. We also liked a unique character named Otis, who was a musician with a parrot named Gertrude. Otis was interesting to us because he got in trouble by breaking a law, but we learned that everything is not always as it seems. “Because of Winn-Dixie” is a great title for this book because all of the special friendships that were made would not have happened if Opal had not met Winn-Dixie.
Edward Tulane is a China Rabbit that goes from place to place to learn about love. Along this journey, he experiences places that weren’t the greatest or nicest, but he also experienced places that were sweet and nice.
We liked this story because it was through the rabbit’s perspective. In each place, he had a different identity, attitude and personality. We enjoyed Edward’s constant journey to places that were unlike the last. Each place tested him but was opening his heart to love even though he wasn’t aware of it.