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Old 11-12-2008, 04:03 PM
 
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I am trying to organize some new book clubs for my 3rd graders for January. I am going to try and find 5 different books that have a wintery theme. I am thinking about using Magic Tree House Polar Bears Past Bedtime as one. I need a variety of reading levels. Any suggestions? What are your favorite winter themed chapter books?


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Snow Day from the Black Lagoon - Reminds me of Magic Tree House in length and difficulty
I think the Calendar Kids Club (Some Mystery Series...I don't think I have the name quite write) but the Abominable Snowman
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I've done Stone Fox with my 3rd graders. It's about a little boy from Wyoming who races a Native American (Stone Fox) in February. Sad ending, but the kids have always enjoyed it.
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Cam Jansen and the Snowy Day Mystery
Boxcar Children & the Snowbound Mystery
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Mr. Popper's Penguins
Old 11-12-2008, 07:26 PM
 
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It will be for your higher kids, but they will love it!


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Snowflake Bently is good and can introduce a variety of themes!
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Stone Fox is my choice also. Then we end with the movie and hot chocolate. The movie has a happy ending!!!

Also, with my high group I enjoy doing Mr. Poppers' Penguins and I read it aloud to the rest of the class after lunch so they feel included and let them do some of the activities and research.

Good luck!
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