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During a losing game, the opposing teams players jeer at the (literally) butterfingered kid on the sidelines. Then one special play saves the game, and Mo wins it for his team. An inclined plane can be a simple ramp, a winding road leading to the mountain top, or a screw. Adler lays out the four laws of supply and demand in a logical, methodical way, while Miller brightens the pages with vibrant, stylized digital illustrations.
Occasionally, Coach Steve tosses him a buttered football to help him practice holding on to the ball, even if its slippery. No one expects him to play well, and the other team doesnt try to challenge him. The emphasis in each description is that simple machines make work easier. Each day, he adjusts his price according to the supply of lemonade (a rival stand increases supply) and the demand for it (a hot day increases demand).
It took about 15 mins for him to read and had just enough new vocabulary words to make it challenging.
Also, it was a fun and interesting story he could get into. Plus it keeps the reader trying to be aware of the clues that are being given in the story.
This would be a great book to have in the classroom in order to help kids transition from picture books to chapter books.
She lived in New Jersey and only died a few years ago. I had to do a lot of research on South American history. I grew up on Long Island, New York, in a big house, filled with brothers, sisters, and books. Duane Decker he wrote some wonderful baseball stories about a fictional team called the Blue Sox. That's why writing a book that's part of a serirs series is sometimes easier than an individual title. It's a story of the beginnings of the women's rights movement. I have an office in my house which is where I am right now. Don't Talk To Me About The War began for me with the idea to fashion a story on one boy and his family's reaction to Roosevelt's fireside chats. The chats were too infrequent, only about once every six months. I always knew what day it was in my story: May 23, 1940; May 24, 1940; May 25, 1940.
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When I write, I try not to worry about each word, or even each sentence or paragraph. I rewrite each sentence, each manuscript, many times. I look forward to their suggestions, their help in the almost endless rewrite process.
A book my 6 yr old loved, a little old for my preschoolers.