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The rooster and the weather Peters, S. the Weather Vane. vane decide that they both have important jobs to do. A Feature: Can be used to discuss the importance of different responsibilities. Rogers, P. What Will the Weather Be Like Today? New York: Scholastic, Animals respond to what would make the perfect weather for them. A Feature: Strong rhyme; uses comma and question mark; relate to Latham's and Sloan's Why Do Polar Bears Like the Arctic? Greydanus, R. Valentine's Day Grump. : Troll, 1981.
And J. Upside Down. Information Level New York: Random House, 1968. Little Bear has an adventure when he gets trapped in a box. A Feature: Uses directional words and opposites. Cowley, J. : Wright Group, 1983. A bicycle holds several circus performersalmost! The Bicycle. A Feature: Repeats short o in beginning and middle of words. Cowley, J. Huddles Can Juggle. : Wright Group, 1986. Popular Huddles juggles all kinds of food. A Feature: Good book for introducing the use of an instead of a in words that begin with a vowel.
Title Information Level Hi-De-Hi. New York: Scott Foresman, 1994. Barnyard characters fill Uncle Marco's farm with noises. B Feature: Relate to Old MacDonald. Memling, C. Hi All You Rabbits. New York: Parents Magazine Press, 1970. Cumulative story about various animal actions. C Feature: Relate to Greydanus's Animals at the Zoo. Oppenheim, Have You J. Seen Birds? New York: Scholastic, Highly descriptive account of different kinds of birds. C Feature: Nonfiction; illustrations are done with clay; relate to Fowler's It Could Still Be a Bird.
A Concise Dictionary of English Slang by B.A. Phythian