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    Leo the Late Bloomer by Robert Kraus: Reading Response Road Map

    Leo the Late Bloomer by Robert Kraus: Reading Response Road Map

    Take a navigated journey through a picture book! Use this reading response map as your guide through Robert Kraus' Leo the Late Bloomer.

    In this story, poor Leo, a young tiger, is having a really rough time—all of his friends can read, write, draw, eat neatly, and speak clearly; and Leo can't do any of those things very well. Worried and sad, Leo wonders if he'll ever catch up to his friends. This book aligns with Guided Reading Level I, and introduces such topics as pride and self-esteem, parents, and growing up.

    On the reading response map, prompts in text boxes, along with art cues, guide students’ comprehension about the story they are reading. The prompts help students to build comprehension skills, such as:

    • recalling events
    • describing characters
    • predicting outcomes
    • exploring cause-and-effect relationships
    • making personal connections,
    • and more!

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    Whose Mouse Are You?

    Whose Mouse Are You?

    by Robert Kraus and Jose Aruego

    In a feat which transforms him from "nobody’s mouse" into a hero, a little mouse unites his family despite a cat and a trap.

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Whose Mouse Are You?

Author: Robert Kraus

Illustrator: Jose Aruego

Interest Level:
K-2

Lexile Framework:
10L

Grade Level Equivalent:
1.5

Guided Reading Level:
H

Age:
5-7

Subject:
Family Life, Mice and Squirrels, Individuality

About This Book

Robert Kraus poses some leading questions and skillfully guides "Mouse" to answers that culminate in a decidedly satisfying ending. Mouse's experience unfolds with the validity and charm of a nursery rhyme, and his reaction to one of childhood's harsher experiences will add gayety and meaning to any story hour. The result is a happy picture book, illustrated by Jose Aruego with wit, tenderness and joyful ingenuity.


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