Charlotte Arnold

Charlotte Arnold

Biography

Charlotte Arnold lives in Kentucky and was born in 1998.

•    Charlotte's favorite subject in school is world history.

•    She belongs to the Theatre Club and Drama Team.

•    Some of her hobbies are unicycling, costume design, baking, and dog training.

•    When she grows up, Charlotte wants to be an actor.

"I want to be a Kid Reporter because I would like to meet interesting people, and I also love being in front of the camera! As a Kid Reporter, I would love to learn how to be a better writer and interview people."

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    Beautiful Warrior

    Beautiful Warrior

    by Emily Arnold McCully

    In this dramatic picture book steeped in Chinese tradition and myth, Jingyong grows up to become a extraordinary woman committed to education, martial arts and her life as a nun. Her path crosses Mingyl's, a peasant girl escaping an abusive arranged marriage, and who teaches Jingyong courage, strength and independence.

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    Managing Independent Reading: Effective Classroom Routines

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    by Deborah Diffily;Charlotte Sassman

    Teach young children what good readers do with this collection of mini-lessons, routines, and activities that reinforce key reading skills throughout the year and build independence. Children learn how to behave during read aloud, read the room, figure out unknown words, create story maps, and more. Meets the English Language Arts standards!

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