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Dear Dragon de Josh Funk
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Dear Dragon (edició 2018)

de Josh Funk (Autor)

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As a school project, George and Blaise become pen pals, writing rhyming letters about their favorite things to do, unaware that one is human and the other a dragon.
Títol:Dear Dragon
Autors:Josh Funk (Autor)
Informació:Scholastic, Inc. (2018)
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Etiquetes:No n'hi ha cap

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Dear Dragon: A Pen Pal Tale de Josh Funk

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George's teacher pairs him up with a pen pal. Little does he know that his pen pal is a dragon. The two write each other letters throughout the book. They meet each other at the end of the year, and despite their differences they are happy to meet one another.
This is a fun book written in rhyming letters. Students reading this book would not only learn how to write in rhyme, but how to write a simple letter. A group of students could also look at this book and then work on writing a book of letters together. ( )
  vviverito | Oct 22, 2019 |
Dear Dragon is a fun and engaging story about two students who were assigned to each other as pen pals. They have to write letters to each other and the content has to rhyme but not in any particular way. I love how the characteristics of the human and the dragon are opposite of what one would think which makes for a great surprise at the end. This story also recognizes differences and how people can be brought together by them. ( )
  khmcalli | Oct 22, 2019 |
I loved this book for many different reasons. This book is a light hearted story of a child that has a pen pal with another child. I love that the teachers make the students write in rhyming patterns so they are able to start using different forms of writing. This allows the students reading to understand what a rhyme is without being given a formal definition. This book also indirectly teaches students how to write letters to one another adding the date, a greeting, the body, a closing, and a signature. I also love the illustrations that were showing what was in each students head as we could see what the human and the dragon was thing thinking. The reader was able to predict that the two students were going to meet and they would notice that the events they were talking to each other about were not the same as they were thinking based upon how they looked. This was a cute way for students to realize there are children they can talk to are just like them only looking a bit different. I would use this as an introduction and allow my students to have pen pals between classrooms or even different countries.
  svonne1 | Apr 15, 2019 |
This story is a rhyming book and two boys (a human and dragon) who become assigned as pen pals. The boys become great friends by writing to each other but do realize they are the same species till they meet. At first, the boys are unsure how to react but become great friends! I thought the illustrations in the book were super cute and that this book told a great message of not to judge someone else by their looks. ( )
  elunsf1 | Mar 26, 2019 |
I absolutely loved this book! I love how the book can be classified as both a picture and poetry book. The book starts off as a picture book until the teacher says the poetry and pen pal unit get combined, the book then turns into poetry because all the letters have to rhyme. I really enjoyed the illustrations in this book. The illustrations really added to the book The letters back and forth were funny, but the illustrations that go along with each letter make for an even better laugh. On one side of the page is the letter and the illustration from one person, the other is the person receiving the letter and how they're interpreting the letter. On one page the letter talked about a Bengal kitten, the person on the other page interpreted it as a lion! The "big message" is no matter how different you are, you can still be friends. The two characters in the story had no idea one was a human and one was a human, but they still turned out to be friends. ( )
  cberry6 | Oct 1, 2018 |
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