My Father’s Dragon

This week we  continued talking about ways to select books. How do we find books that we are interested in reading? This week we talked about Book Lists and took a look at  Anita Silvery’s 100 Best Books for Children, School Library Journal’s Best of 2016  , Teachers’ Top 100 Books for Children (NEA) and then read My Father’s Dragon by Ruth Stiles Gannett, one of the books from those lists.


Additional Activities
Featured Books – Teachers’ Top 100 Books for Children

Printables – Dragon Coloring Page and My Father’s Dragon Worksheet

Computer – Finish reading the book online  using Project Gutenberg or
MackinVia (Requires School name, Username and Password, see librarian)


About SHaberstroh

I'm an Elementary School Librarian, with a Masters in Library and Information Science degree from Kent State University. I retired at the end of the school year June 2017.

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