Wednesday, January 27, 2016

Citations, citations, citations!

5th graders, you are becoming expert citation writers!

Your task today: please find your Caldecott Award winning book on the shelves, and then post the proper bibliographic citation for that book in the comments here.

Once you've done that, you may challenge yourself with Citation Hangman.  Good luck!

12 comments:

  1. Henkes, Kevin. Kitten's First Full Moon. New York: Greenwillow Books, 2005.

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  2. Mordicai, Gerstein. The Man who Walked Between Towers. New York: Roaring Brook Press., 2004.

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  3. Swanson, Susan. The House In The Night. New York: Houghton Mifflin Company. 2009

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  4. Raschka, Chris. A Ball For Daisy. New York: Shwartz And Wade Books. 2012

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  5. Juster, Norton. The Hello, Goodbye Window. New York: Michael Di Capua Books, 2006

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  6. Ackerman, Karen . Song and Dance Man. New York: Knopf , 2015.

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  7. Alosburg Van Chris. Jumanji. New York: Mifflin houghton, 1982.

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  8. Connor, Brian and BrandonJanuary 27, 2016 at 10:18 AM

    stead, philip, c.A Sick Day For Amos McGee.New York:Roaring Book Press

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  9. Taback, Simms. Joseph Had a Little Overcoat. New York: Viking, 2000.

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  10. McCully Arnold,Emily. Mirette on the High Wire. New York: Putnam, 1993.

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  11. Yolen,Jane.Owl Moon.New York:Philomel Books,1987

    Funny, I didn't care for this book at first...but I've used it as a mentor book for narrative pieces so often, that I've come to love it. You can change your mind on a book I guess!! Ms.Reed

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  12. I think she will be because its her brothers that mabey DEAD .so she should be able to wear it in school.And it wont interfear with work.So thats the reason why i think she should.

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