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Wednesday, March 20, 2019

Wordless Wednesday: Cozy Classics

Wordless Wednesday:

Classic board books. Each has ten pictures and ten words.
War and Peace

Les Miserables

Huck Finn

Pride and Prejudice

12 comments:

  1. There's a concept! Get to the point!

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  2. I knew instantly the books by the illustrations.

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  3. I like that, brilliant idea. The painted rock Says Cholsey Rock Facebook I did not quite get the whole word in. There is a facebook page for them I had a look

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  4. I recognized these. Wouldn't these be fun to use at a primary school?

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  5. Have you seen the collections of classics done as cartoons? They are amazing and wonderful! Dante done in cartoon and Pride and Prejudice as well.

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  6. they would be nice additions to somebody who loves books.

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  7. Love the characters on the covers.

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  8. I came back to say thanks for linking up at My Corner of the World!

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  9. I love these so much. Pernille Ripp has a great lesson where students create their own 10 words that go with their books, then act out a tableaux for each.

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  10. Those look vaguely familiar! And they sort of remind me of a tv show or special from back in the day. Hmmm... :-)

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