I Can Write a Book - Set of 4

I Can Write a Book - Set of 4
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    Author: Bobbie Kalman
    Format: Library Binding
    Publisher: Crabtree
    Series: I Can Write a Book
    Ages: 8 to 12
    Size: 8½ X 10¾
    Total Pages: 32
    For Grades: 2 to 6
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    This highly informative series will show students how to ask good questions, research important topics, prewrite, edit, design, and publish their book.


    Inside- I Can Write a Book About Culture

    Titles include:


    I Can Write a Book About Culture

    This colorful book brings culture to life in every school and classroom. Children will learn how to write a book about their own families culture or about the cultures of their friends.


    I Can Write a Book About Countries

    With the help of this book, children can write a book about different countries or concentrate on one country. Children will learn how to draw maps showing the continent on which the country is located, its capital city or cities, important regions, and proximity to oceans, polar regions, or the equator. Creating a book about a country's land, people, and culture will inspire kids to learn about other places and ignite a love for travel.


    I Can Write a Book About History

    This fascinating book shows children what to include in a book about history. Children are shown how to create a book about an event in history or about social history, such as life in a colonial city or a pioneer village. Suggestions for research include a visit to a nearby historic site, reading stories or watching television shows about children who lived during that time in history, and reading non-fiction books about the subject.


    I Can Write a Book Called "If I Could Talk to Animals..."

    Children will find this book a lot of fun to write After researching information about animal life, students will then formulate the questions that they would ask animals in an interview.