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I love the five finger rule for reading a book, I’m definitely going to suggest it during class visits. I am the three libearians at work This is very creative and cute, and makes for a thrwe good read aloud with the dialogue from the three bears.
Great start of school year book. Teachers and school librarians may find it particularly handy, since it can be a jumping off point to talk about how to choose and take care libearjans books.
I’ve used this one for several years now in doing so. The rating here is a compromise between Julia and I. I think that would be neat. On a bizarre note I just noticed that though it has the above spelling of Goldie Socks on the cover, on the spine it is Goldisocks and the Three Libearians. Sep 20, Allison rated it really liked it Shelves: Also, watch out for the surprise ending!
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This is a charming and adorable twist on the old classic. Tge for kids ages 5 and up. I want to add Goldie Socks tbe The Three Libearians to my personal library and share it often with 1 those who love reading as much as I do; and 2 those young readers just discovering that spectacular world of experience! I also like that Goldie Socks found a cottage made out of books. More recently, I have started using this story at the beginning of the year with the included lesson of “A Just Right Book” and the five-finger rule.
The illus This is a useful book, but not a personal favorite. I have a hard time getting her to feel passionate about books sometimes and I have an even harder time getting her to fall for books about books like I do.
Jan 27, Amy Lafleur Meyers rated it really liked it Shelves: This book was surprising because I thought Libearlans Socks was going to run away, but she didn’t. Many children already know the story about Goldie Locks and the Three Bears, and for the children who may have difficulty reading, it socsk a refreshing way to look at the st This is a clever way of telling the story about Goldie Locks and the Three Bears.
This is an enjoyable re-telling of Goldilocks and the three bears — with a twist! Aas she searches the shelves she finds books that are too big and books that are too small, but she soon discovers that using the five-finger rule can help her find a book that’s just right! I would let students know that there are some books out there that may be too easy or just gokdie hard for them to read. Mar 08, Bethany Ruccolo rated it really liked it Shelves: When she enters the home and sees the “shelves and shelves of wondrous books While this is probably not the kind of book kids would choose to read on their own, it’s a great teaching tool for elementary teachers tge librarians, without feeling like it’s just out there to teach library skills.
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The ending was her fa The libeearians here is a compromise between Julia and I. The ending is somewhat different from the norm for this fairy tale too.
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This rule is a great way for kids to find a book that is not too hard and not too easy, but is just right. Soxks to Book Page. Open Preview See a Problem? Students will enjoy the story and the bright illustrations and librarians will have more story to share about enjoying and caring for books and finding the one, like this one, that is “just right.
Sep 17, Ms. Aug 25, Tami rated it it was amazing Shelves: A delightful twist on the traditional story. It’s traditional enough to be easily recognizable, with enough new elements to make it interesting.
The students in my class really liked it and it thrwe a great way to springboard into the mini lesson, “How to choose a book at the library”. Goldie socks discovers a hidden house made of books where the 3 libearians live. Included in the story are opportunities to teach about putting books back correctly, finding a “just right” book using the 5-finger test, and the fact that all librarians really care about is that readers find books they love.
But this one got to her. Jul 04, Miss Ryoko rated it liked it Shelves: Cute twist on a classic fairy tale. This is a socms re-telling libearlans the traditional Goldilocks and the Three Bears tale!
Thanks for telling us about the problem. All of these things are extremely important in a classroom and library! As a book lover, she can’t resist the home of the three libearians bear librarians. In this book, Papa Bear is a public librarian, Mama Bear is a school librarian, and Baby Bear is a librarian in training.
I loved how books were used in place of the porridge and beds, and how the chair became important in finding a place to read. Books like thi I would read this book around the beginning of the school year when kids begin to pick out their own books to read. The text is larger and easy-to-read.