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Old Yeller by Fred Gipson | ScholasticOne of the best things about elementary school for me was the chance to order Scholastic books. I was always allowed to order a couple of titles each time that little flyer was sent home. My favorite part of the elementary school day was when our teacher read aloud to us. You might know that this is the story of a frontier boy and the trouble-making dog he grows to love. But nothing got in my head the way Old Yeller did. The language captured me first, followed by the story. One short ear had been chewed clear off and his tail had been bobbed so close to his rump that there was hardly stub enough left to wag.
This is a great movie but definently to voilent for 9- kids. This is something I think about often and I would very much like to read your essay. Paperback1st Perennial Classics Edition! Positive role models.
I loved this movie!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! I was just talking to a parent of a kindergardener while at work and he was telling me that his child is being tested on problem solving and logic and is graded for it on his report card. Post to Cancel. Olr Yeller The sad, time-less classic will give you a glimpse of what family means to you.
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May 01, A seven year old reading at a 5th grade level may be able to read Anne of Green Gables or The Golden Compass and enjoy the story but miss out on the emotional nuances, relationships between the characters and beauty of the writing. This can usually be done by reading the back or skimming a few pages. Try to keep your advanced reader from reading a book about a character who is more than 2 grade levels older than your child, especially if your reader is a girl, which leads me to A good rule of thumb for an advanced young reader who is a girl is to stay away of reality based fiction for a couple of years unless you plan to pre-read the books or read my reviews. Also, newer books that are set in the past, such as Mary Ann Hoberman's superb Strawberry Hill , tend to be appropriate, but be sure to read the synopsis to ensure there are no potentially disturbing historical aspects to the book. The Animal Factor: Animals in books can be a tricky proposition, but the cover art should help you sort things out fairly well.