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8 edition of Dear Mr. Blueberry found in the catalog.

Dear Mr. Blueberry

by James, Simon

  • 143 Want to read
  • 15 Currently reading

Published by M.K. McElderry Books, Maxwell Macmillan International Pub. Group in New York .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Whales -- Fiction.,
  • Letters -- Fiction.

  • About the Edition

    A young girl and her teacher correspond about the whale she has discovered in her pond.

    Edition Notes

    Other titlesDear Mister Blueberry.
    StatementSimon James.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsPZ7.J1544 De 1991
    The Physical Object
    Pagination1 v. (unpaged) :
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL1889219M
    ISBN 100689505299
    LC Control Number90050815

      Dear Mr. Blueberry by James, Simon, Publication date Topics Whales, Letters Publisher New York: M.K. McElderry Books: Maxwell Macmillan International Pub. Group Collection inlibrary; printdisabled; internetarchivebooks; china Digitizing sponsor Internet Archive ContributorPages: "Dear Mr. Blueberry, I love whales very much and I think I saw one in my pond today. Please send me some information on whales." It's vacation time, so Emily has to write to her teacher to help when she discovers a blue whale living in her pond. Mr. Blueberry answers that she must be mistaken, because whales live in the ocean, not in ponds.

    Hold up a copy of Dear Mr. Blueberry and discuss how the story is written in the form of a series of letters. Explain that Emily is writing to her teacher, Mr. Blueberry, because she thinks he might know how to take care of a blue whale. Look at an enlarged copy of Emily's fifth letter in Dear Mr. Blueberry or pass out individual copies of the. New! Summer A Unit of Study on Letter Writing: Based on the book Dear Mr. Blueberry with a twist!!! "Dear Mr. Wrinkles"- recognize how different text structures reflect different purposes- 30 pages- suitable for grade 2 or split classesStudents will: use a variety of organizers to find facts an.

      Dear Mr. Blueberry by James, Simon, , M.K. McElderry Books, Maxwell Macmillan International Pub. Group edition, in English - 1st U.S. ed. Emily has discovered a whale in her pond. She begins to write letters to her teacher to ask questions about whales. Her teacher answers her with letters, but is adamant that there is not a whale in Emily’s pond. This is a delightful and entertaining story full of humor and charm.


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Dear Mr. Blueberry by James, Simon Download PDF EPUB FB2

Dear Mr. Blueberry is an excellent story which my nieces and nephews enjoyed and which many other children can enjoy for various reasons. First the simple conversation that is had back and forth between the child and her teacher about a whale that might be living in her pond out back is well written, includes a little humor, and has a great and happy ending/5().

Dear Mr Blueberry by Simon James This book is brilliant to read to young children or for children in year three onwards to read themselves. It is also fantastic for teaching letter writing, which would be done in year three.

The books plot and premise is a series of written letters going back and forth between Mr Blueberry and a young girl called Emily/5. "Dear Mr. Blueberry, I love whales very much and I think I saw one in my pond today.

Please send me some information on whales."It's vacation time, so Emily has to write to her teacher to help when she discovers a blue whale living in her pond.

Blueberry answers that she must be mistaken, because whales live in the ocean, not in hout the summer. “Dear Mr. Blueberry, I love whales very much and I think I saw one in my pond today. Please send me some information on whales.” It’s vacation time, so Emily has to write to her teacher to help when she discovers a blue whale living in her pond.

Blueberry answers that she must be mistaken, because whales live in the ocean, not in ponds. Description or summary of the book: Dear Mr. Blueberry, I love whales very much and I think I saw one in my pond today.

Please send me some information on whales.' It's vacation time, so Emily has to write to her teacher to help when she discovers a blue whale living in her pond. Blueberry answers that she must be mistaken, because whales /10().

When Emily sees a blue whale in her pond on vacation, she writes to her teacher Mr. Blueberry with the news. Blueberry and Emily exchange letters throughout the summer, each learning more about eachother and the world around them.

Explore classroom activities, puzzles, teacher resources and enrichment pdfs for this book. "Dear Mr. Blueberry" Resources from PrimaryGradesClassPage This site has some really good resources. You can find a vocabulary powerpoint that is made really well, a spelling test, a study guide for the story, grammar test, skill sheets, and phonics and language drills.

A Unit of Study on Letter Writing: Based on the book Dear Mr. Blueberry with a twist--"Dear Mr. Wrinkles" recognize how different text structures reflect different purposes30 pagessuitable for grade 2 or split classesStudents will:use a variety of organizers to find facts and respond in the form of.

“Dear Mr. Blueberry, I love whales very much and I think I saw one in my pond today. Please send me some information on whales.” It’s vacation time, so Emily has to write to her teacher to help when she discovers a blue whale living in her pond.

Blueberry answers that she must be mistaken, because whales live in the ocean, not in : Aladdin. “Dear Mr. Blueberry, I love whales very much and I think I saw one in my pond today. Please send me some information on whales.” It’s vacation time, so Emily has to write to her teacher to help when she discovers a blue whale living in her pond.

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Free shipping for many products. Name Dear Mr. Blueberry page 2 What is Mr. Blueberry’s second reason Arthur cannot be a whale. _____ How does Emily feel when Arthur jumps up and spurts water.

_____ When does Arthur let Emily stroke his head. Dear Mr. Blueberry book. Whales don't live in ponds--or do they. "Dear Mr. Blueberry, I love whales very much and I think I saw one in my pond today.

Please send me some information on whales." It's vacation time, so Emily has to write to her teacher to help when she discovers a blue whale living in her pond.

Blueberry answers that she must be mistaken, because whales live in the ocean. Books similar to Dear Mr. Blueberry Dear Mr. Blueberry. by Simon James. avg. rating Ratings "Dear Mr.

Blueberry, I love whales very much and I think I saw one in my pond today. Please send me some information on whales.". Title: Dear Mr. Blueberry Format: Paperback Product dimensions: 32 pages, 9 X X in Shipping dimensions: 32 pages, 9 X X in Published: June 1, Publisher: Aladdin Language: English.

Dear Mr. Blueberry has 0 reviews and 0 ratings. It is vacation time, so Emily has to write to her teacher for help.

"Dear Mr. Blueberry, I love whales very much and I think I saw one in my pond today. Dear Mr. Blueberry is an excellent story which my nieces and nephews enjoyed and which many other children can enjoy for various reasons. First the simple conversation that is had back and forth between the child and her teacher about a whale that might be living in her pond out back is well written, includes a little humor, and has a great and happy ending/5.

"Dear Mr. Blueberry, I love whales very much and I think I saw one in my pond today. Please send me some information on whales." It's vacation time, so Emily has to write to her teacher to help when she discovers a blue whale living in her pond.

Blueberry answers that she must be mistaken, because whales live in the ocean, not in hout the summer, Emily and Mr. Blueberry. Dear Mr. Blueberry Simon James, Author, Lloyd James, Author, Simon James, Illustrator Margaret K.

McElderry Books $ (32p) ISBN More By and About This Author. Directed reading lesson: Dear Mr. Blueberry Author: TChovanec Created Date: 9/12/ PM. The whole thing was written in letter format to Mr. Blueberry. For example, the little girl would write a letter to Mr. Blueberry and he would respond back in a letter.

This is a great way to teach students how to properly write a letter the components of a letter. I also liked how the book gave information on whales in a subtle manner.4/5(6).Second graders understand the story elements in the book Dear Mr.

Blueberry. In this directed reading lesson, 2nd graders complete a story plan explaining the elements of the story. Students read specific letters in the book and discuss.It is vacation time, so Emily has to write to her teacher for help. "Dear Mr. Blueberry, I love whales very much and I think I saw one in my pond today.

Please send me some information on whales." Mr. Blueberry answers at once, pointing out that whales live in salt water, not in ponds, so it can't be a whale. But Emily believes in her whale and replies that she is putting salt into the pond.