Emily Shao

Emily Shao

Biography

Emily Shao lives in Maryland and was born in 2001.

•    Emily's favorite subject in school is writing.

•    Her favorite sports are swimming, skiing, and running.

•    Emily's family travels a lot, and she is fluent in Chinese.

•    She is a member of the Junior Girl Scouts of America, and she is serving on her school's Student Association.

•    Emily's favorite book is Where the Mountain Meets the Moon by Grace Lin, and she would like to be an author when she grows up.

"Learning new skills is like painting a picture. When you learn a new skill, you discover a new color in your life."

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    Raven Hill Mysteries: Dead End

    Raven Hill Mysteries: Dead End

    by Emily Rodda

    Could a sinister crime spree finally spell the end of the Help-for-Hire gang? Another unpredictable adventure from the internationally bestselling author of Deltora Quest!

    Hide your valuables and don't walk the streets alone. Six young troublemakers are on the loose in Raven Hill. Witnesses say the culprits look surprisingly familiar -- just like the Help-for-Hire gang!

    If the real Help-for-Hire gang doesn't figure out who's trying to set them up, it could mean the end of their friendship forever. And once the kids begin disappearing one by one, Nick discovers that it could mean the end of a whole lot more.

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    Meat and Beans

    Meat and Beans

    by Emily K. Green

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    3/1/07 Library Media Connection
    This series provides an excellent introduction to the new Food Guide Pyramid and its components with engaging text, clear and colorful charts, and absolutely delicious looking photographs. Healthy Eating provides an overview of all the food groups as well as the importance of exercise. The individual volumes on specific food groups include examples of how much of that type food a child should have each day (with pictures of how much that would be). The series offers early readers more challenge with varied sentence structures, more text, and less repetition. Each volume concludes with instructions on using www.factsurfer.com (a link to age appropriate pre-selected Web sites). These are excellent resources for standards-based units, projects, or research. They also can be used with English as a second language learners or reluctant readers, making them an appealing way to help children make good choices about food and exercise! Bibliography. Glossary. Index. Highly Recommended.

     

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