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    Teaching With Favorite Patricia Polacco Books

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    The stories of Patricia Polacco inspire young readers to appreciate family heritage, examine personal attitudes, and find reason to hope, dream, and reach for the stars. Introduce children to the work of this popular author-illustrator with activities like Thunder Cake Math and the Babushka Attribute Game! Includes Before and After Reading discussion ideas plus hands-on activities and reproducibles that build skills in reading, writing, math, art, and more.

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Pink and Say

Author: Patricia Polacco

Interest Level:
3-5

Lexile Framework:
590L

Grade Level Equivalent:
4.9

Guided Reading Level:
V

Age:
8-10

Genre:
Historical Fiction

Subject:
American Civil War, Courage, Bravery, Heroism, Friends and Friendship, Honor

About This Book

The heart-wrenching true story of Civil War valor in which a 15-year old Yankee soldier, Say, alone and bleeding, is dragged to safety by a fellow Union soldier from the Forty-eighth colored regiment. They are ultimately captured and separated, and Say survived to pass the story down through the author's family.

"Unglamorized details of the conventions and atrocities of the Civil War target readers well beyond customary picture book age." — Bulletin of the Center for Children's Books.


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