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    The Chocolate Touch (Level N): Reading Response Trifold

    The Chocolate Touch (Level N): Reading Response Trifold

    Targeting Guided-Reading Level N, this bookmark includes manageable reading response assignments which are linked to the following reading strategies:
    • predict
    • analyze cause and effect
    • find the main idea
    • predict
    • evaluate

    Literature-response and comprehension questions reinforce each strategy. A snap to make and guaranteed to keep kids reading, writing, and thinking!

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    The Chocolate Touch

    The Chocolate Touch

    by Patrick Skene Catling and Margot Apple

    If he could, John Midas would eat nothing but chocolate all the time, and he'd never share it with anyone. Then one day, John finds a strange coin on the sidewalk and uses it to buy a box of chocolate at a mysterious new candy store.

    Suddenly, everything John's lips touch turns to chocolate! Chocolate toothpaste and chocolate water fountains are great, but things get complicated when John can't play the trumpet or bob for apples. Worst of all, he forgets and kisses his mother!

    This funny be-careful-what-you-wish-for story has been delighting kids everywhere since it was first published in 1952.

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The Chocolate Touch

Author: Patrick Skene Catling

Illustrator: Margot Apple

Interest Level:
3-5

Lexile Framework:
770L

Grade Level Equivalent:
4.5

Guided Reading Level:
N

Age:
8-10

Genre:
Classics, Comedy and Humor, Fantasy

Subject:
Magic and Supernatural, Changes and New Experiences, Just Rewards

About This Book

If he could, John Midas would eat nothing but chocolate all the time, and he'd never share it with anyone. Then one day, John finds a strange coin on the sidewalk and uses it to buy a box of chocolate at a mysterious new candy store.

Suddenly, everything John's lips touch turns to chocolate! Chocolate toothpaste and chocolate water fountains are great, but things get complicated when John can't play the trumpet or bob for apples. Worst of all, he forgets and kisses his mother!

This funny be-careful-what-you-wish-for story has been delighting kids everywhere since it was first published in 1952.


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