In honor of National Poetry Month, we invite you to share an original STEM haiku.
(STEM is Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics)
Share your original STEM haiku at the new STEM Friday blog.
you never rest
computer, you’re always hum,
hum, humming a tune
© 2012 Anastasia Suen
Picture Book of the Day
by Helen Ketteman (Author) and Will Terry (Illustrator)
Booktalk: In this Tex-Mex retelling of The Little Gingerbread Man, Senorita Gordita –a little corn cake– escapes from the frying pan and leads a merry chase. (Try the recipe for gorditas in the back!)
Snippet: And with a flip, and a skip, and a zip-zoom-zip, off she ran. Lagarto skittered after her.
Chapter Book of the Day
by Patrick Carman
Booktalk: Ten-year-old Leo Fillmore should know everything there is to know about the Whippet Hotel–he is the janitor’s son after all. But a whole lot of mystery gets thrown his way when four cryptic boxes are left to him…boxes that lead him to hidden floors, strange puzzles, and an unexpected friend or two.
Snippet: Leo sat up in bed and thought of his mother’s voice; then he thought of ducks and breakfast. After that, he remembered the one thing he’d hoped to forget in his sleep: Merganzer D. Whippet, the owner and creator of the Whippet Hotel, was gone.
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Ready to write your children’s book? Apr 4-May 23 (online) writing workshops begin next week!
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My NEW chapter book is Just So, Brianna (All-Star Cheerleaders)
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