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You Nest Here with Me
You Nest Here with Me | Jane Yolen, Heidi Stemple
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A mother tells her child at bedtime how and where different birds make their nest, just like the child nests in a home with her mother.
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jessicabaksh
You Nest Here with Me | Jane Yolen, Heidi Stemple
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Jane Yolen has over three hundred published children‘s book and here is another one. You Nest Here With Me is possibly one of the cutest P books I have read. The rhymes and words she uses along with the soft illustrations are beyond heartwarming. An amazing RA bedtime book for the little ones. #lae3414sp19

jessicabaksh UDL principle 7.2: optimize relevance, value, and authenticity supports this book well. The nature of this book has all three components 10mo
jessicabaksh ESOL strategy 14: simplify your speech by making it slower and redundant also pairs well with this book. Slowing this book down a bit will help your esol students feel more comfortable with the language used in it 10mo
jessicabaksh http://janeyolen.com/works/you-nest-here-with-me/ :this is the authors blog where she talks more about the book 10mo
JessicaRosell This seems like a super cute book that can be used in the classroom. I love books that are easily adaptable to ELL students. Thank you for sharing! 10mo
DrSpalding This was Max‘s author! Great idea to include her blog. 9mo
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LibrarianRyan
You Nest Here with Me | Jane Yolen, Heidi Stemple
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They rhymes in this book work. They tell the story of where various birds nest. And in the back there is a little bit about the various birds mentioned. Plus, great vocabulary builder.

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octaryokie
You Nest Here with Me | Jane Yolen, Heidi Stemple
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This book perfectly hit us,because in the same time, we have a family of bird nesting in front of our kitchen window for the past 3 weeks.Their babies are learning to fly just now.Just like baby birds stay safe inside their nest with their mama,Nay also stays safe with us,until she's ready to fly.