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Sam, Bangs & Moonshine
Sam, Bangs & Moonshine | Evaline Ness
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Relates the experiences of a little girl as she learns to tell the difference between makebelieve and real life.
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jessicabaksh
Sam, Bangs & Moonshine | Evaline Ness
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Sam, Bangs, and Moonshine left a mark on me. This RF picture book has amazing illustrations done by Evaline Ness, who is also the author, and she tells a story about a girl who is constantly lying. Her imagination with her compulsive lying causes her to nearly lose two of her friends in a horrific accident. I believe this book is best as both a RA and an IR. Your students will gain much from hearing you read this and by reading it themselves

jessicabaksh This aligns with UDL principle 9.3 and ESOL strategies 4 and 15 11mo
jessicabaksh ematusov.soe.udel.edu/EDUC390.demo/_lessons/0000002d.htm this websites offers a few questions and activities that can be incorporated with this book 11mo
DrSpalding I‘m adding this to my stack. Looks great! Make sure you elaborate on the principles and strategies. 11mo
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JordanD
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Written and illustrated by Evaline Ness, Sam, Bangs, &Moonshine is a Caldecott award winning story about a young girl named Sam who had a bad habit of telling tall tales. When she sends her friend on a search for a kangaroo and a mermaid before a storm rolls in, she begins to realize the difference between real and moonshine. This RF is perfect for RA and is sure to keep students attention through the emotional story and realistic illustrations.

JordanD http://www.psy.cmu.edu/cs/heartwood/Sam,%20Bangs,%20and%20Moonshine-Honesty.pdf this is a PDF of some great discussion points to use after and during the reading including real or moonshine which is similar to two truths and a lie. I would also utilize EL strategy 17 by playing sounds of a harbor, and using facial expression and body language as I read. I would also utilize UDL 3.2 to highlight big ideas like honesty. #ucflae3414f17 2y
DrSpalding I've never seen this book! How fun! Anytime you can discuss characteristics like honesty through a good book, that's a win! 2y
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Librarianaut
Sam, Bangs & Moonshine | Evaline Ness
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