3 edition of Whose story? found in the catalog.
Includes bibliographical references and index.
|Statement||edited by Maria González Davies and Riitta Oittinen.|
|Contributions||González Davies, Maria., Oittinen, Riitta.|
|LC Classifications||PN1009.5.T75 W48 2008|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xiv, 141 p. :|
|Number of Pages||141|
|LC Control Number||2008278392|
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Hello, everyone. Todays book is Whose Story Is This, Anyway?, written by Mike Flaherty and illustrated by Oriol Vidal, a wonderfully funny tale of a frustrated young narrator attempting to tell his story in the face of constant interruptions. The books narrator, a young boy, had a great story for you/5.
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Rosa Parks”. Back to the opening question, then: “Whose story is this?” Thunberg’s. Parks’s. Ford’s. All of them, in a sense – which equally means none of them. The spirit of Solnit’s book lies in sharing, in slinking away from the centre to take your place among the many.
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Whose Story Is It. This simple icebreaker can be a fun method to hear fascinating true stories about your friends. Instructions.
Pass out slips of paper and pens. Have everyone briefly write down a true story or experience that happened to them on the paper along with their name.
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Whose Story Is This, Anyway. Author: Mike Flaherty Illustrator: Oriol Vidal Published May 3rd, by Sterling Children’s Books. Summary: What’s this book about. That depends on who you ask. Our humble narrator thinks he’s got a great story for you, but he barely begins before he’s interrupted by a scallywag pirate with a.
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