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My 22 year old, daughter, who is a student, becoming a teacher, just finished reading There’s A Monkey In My Backpack! by Don M. Winn, and loved it. She says she can’t wait to implement it, in the classroom, this Spring. She’ll be student teaching her final semester, and she says it’ll be good for the kids she is teaching.
I love the book, and read it to my son, who is going into the Third Grade, just like in the book. He really enjoyed reading it, as well.
I really can’t wait for Sarah to take it into the classroom, so the kids can hear this amazing story. See, Anna has a friend, that’s a Monkey; or does she? You will have to read the book to find out, I don’t want to give too much away. It’s a very interesting story, and I understood it, as well as my kids did. I get it, and I remember school, and having the same issues as Anna.
Anna has a problem! There’s a monkey who goes everywhere with her–even to school! He never leaves Anna alone. He makes so much trouble for her that she wonders if she will ever finish the third grade, but she learns that her monkey can give her some surprising help if she lets it.
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