Amanda O'Toole

Amanda O'Toole

Biography

Amanda O'Toole lives in Wisconsin and was born in 1999.

•    Amanda's favorite subject in school is science.

•    She is a member of Animal Advocates.

•    In her spare time, Amanda enjoys origami, biking, and arts and crafts.

•    She wants to be a veterinarian when she grows up.

"I always like to be the girl that is on the scene, taking notes to put in a story for others. I never really got much of a chance to do this before, but I hope I will no that I have discovered the Scholastic Kids Press Corps."

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    I Wonder Why Snakes Shed Their Skins

    I Wonder Why Snakes Shed Their Skins

    by Amanda O'Neill

    This amusing and intriguing reptilian resource explains everything from "Why do lizards lose their tails?" to "What makes a crocodile smile?" to "What reptile lives longest?"

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    25 Read & Write Mini-Books That Teach Sight Words

    25 Read & Write Mini-Books That Teach Sight Words

    by Marilyn Bensinger and Louise O'Quinn

    Teachers can boost students' reading confidence and comprehension with interactive mini-books that give emergent readers the support they need to take on sight words! All 25 cloze-style stories in this collection feature predictable text and engaging illustrations-and give children lots of practice reading and writing high-frequency words within simple, easy-to-complete sentences. Includes reproducible mini-books and word cards, plus skill-building extension activities. 112 pages.

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