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Abe
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Great children‘s book about beds & bedtimes throughout history!

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VioletMoonBooks
Untitled | Unknown
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JennaMichelleCohn
Sleep Like a Tiger | Mary Logue
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This RF book by Mary Logue follows a young child who doesn‘t want to go to sleep. Her parents help her fall asleep by explaining how all of the other animals in the world fall asleep in their own ways. The beautiful illustrations by Pamela Zagarenski earned this book the 2013 Caldecott award. This book would be good for RT, RA, and DR. #UCFLAE3414F19

JennaMichelleCohn This book would be great with EL 4, because it would be beneficial for the students to activate prior knowledge on animals regarding whether or not they are nocturnal, or they hibernate, and so on. UDL 3.1 could go along great with this, also aiming to activate prior knowledge. UDL 3.2 would work well also since there are patterns throughout the story that could be highlighted. 2mo
JennaMichelleCohn https://www.weareteachers.com/teaching-reading-strategies-activate-prior-knowled... this blog is great for teachers trying to find ways to best help younger students the the importance of background knowledge and how to activate it. 1mo
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Kaylasarka
Sleep Like a Tiger | Mary Logue
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“And like the strong tiger, fell fast...asleep.”

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Kaylasarka
Sleep Like a Tiger | Mary Logue

The animal illustrations are my favorite

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Kaylasarka
Sleep Like a Tiger | Mary Logue
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This was a great read for kids. It is so cute along with education of animals. I think kids would love this read bc it has such cute illustrations of animals.

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Blueberry
The Napping House | Audrey Wood
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1. The Napping House
2. The Burning Bed
3. Five Little Monkeys Jumping on the Bed

This was a fun one!
#ManicMonday @JoScho

JoScho Thanks for playing 💙 3mo
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Lilyreads
Everyone Sleeps | Marcellus Hall
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Hall writes a creative, informative poetic story with great rhythm and rhyme. He does a great job capturing his audience with his information and adds a great twist at the end! This book will make a great read aloud for any age.

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Clwojick
Cowlick! | Christin Ditchfield
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LibrarianRyan 😁👍🏻❤️ 5mo
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LibrarianRyan
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Mehso-so

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Not one of Seuss‘s better books. Mainly because of the ending. It was abrupt. But I liked the story until then.

Stacypatrice I‘m not getting up today either. #slothlife 5mo
LibrarianRyan @Stacypatrice I wish I could have stayed in bed. Soooo tired. 5mo
Sarahreadstoomuch This was always requested for a read aloud back in my home daycare days. 5mo
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