5 edition of Stars Beneath Your Bed found in the catalog.
March 29, 2005
Written in English
|Contributions||Ann Jonas (Illustrator)|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||32|
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Stars Beneath Your Bed: The Surprising Story of Dust is about what I call a “chewy idea,” the kind of idea that you have to chew over to understand, the kind of idea that makes you feel as if your brain has to expand, just a bit, to encompass it. That idea is that the dust around us contains everything from ancient pollen grains to ocean salt to butterfly wings. April Pulley Sayre is the award-winning author of over 65 books for children, including Vulture View, which received the Geisel Award Honor; Stars Beneath Your Bed (an ALA Notable Book), Eat Like a Bear (an ALA Notable Book), and The Bumblebee Queen, which marked her third win of the John Burroughs and her husband live in South Bend, Indiana.
April Pulley Sayre is an award-winning author of over 55 natural history books for children and adults, including the popular Rah, Rah, Radishes!, Stars Beneath Your Bed (an ALA Notable Book), Eat Like a Bear (an ALA Notable Book), and Vulture View (a Geisel Honor book). Sayre and her husband live in South Bend, Indiana. Visit Kelly Murphy has illustrated numerous picture books Brand: Thinkingdom. Featured books by Ann Jonas. Books illustrated by Ann Jonas. Stars Beneath Your Bed: The Surprising Story of Dust. By: April Pulley Sayre. Illustrated by: Ann Jonas. Age Level: Reading Level: Independent Reader. Genre: Nonfiction. Though few have ever considered dust – what it is or where it came from – this informative, evocative.
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"The Stars Beneath Your Bed" is another excellent book by April Pulley Saunders. She has a way of telling science stories so poetically. I use this book in combination with a lesson "what is a particle" and my grade 1 and 2 students love to imagine that the dust /5(6).
Stars Beneath Your Bed (The Surprising Story of Dust) is a clever way to teach kids about the sneaky almost Stars Beneath Your Bed book concept of dust. It shows that dust comes from everything and that is just what it is. little bits of things (big AND small things).
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On Sale: 03/29/ Read a Sample Enlarge Book Cover. Stars Beneath Your Bed: The Surprising Story of Dust The Surprising Story of Dust By Ann Jonas, April Pulley Sayre. It might be on your floor. That dusty film on your computer screen might have muddied a dinosaur," and closing with extended remarks on dust's travels, ubiquity and longevity, the author will leave readers with a greater appreciation for the links between themselves, the stars and those bunnies under the bed.
(Picture book/nonfiction. Stars Beneath Your Bed, by April Pulley Sayre, illustrated by Ann Jonas, uses bright illustrations and simple text to tell the fascinating story of dust: where it comes from, how it affects sunrises and sunsets, and its longevity. The book’s engaging text makes it a great read-aloud choice for children in grades K Stars Beneath Your Bed explains dust—where it comes from, its longevity, how it affects sunset and sunrise, and the role it plays in the formation of raindrops.
The main text is written and illustrated in the format of a read-aloud or a shared reading. A teacher or an older student might read the book aloud to a small group of younger children. This beautiful picture book makes the most of the essential grandeur of dust. Title of a book, article or other published item (this will display to the public): Stars Beneath Your Bed: The Surprising Story of Dust.
Stars Beneath Your Bed The Surprising Story of Dust explains what dust is, how it is made, and how it is connected to nature’s most beautiful sights; the sunrise and sunset. It shows us that dust can come from old or new skin, dirt, eyelash of a seal, burning toast, scale of a snake, ash from a volcano, crumbling of a leaf, salt from the sea, cosmic dust from outer space and asteroids, and much more.
Authors include: Sarah Hilary, Angela Readman, Claire Fuller, Paul McVeigh, Santino Prinzi, An anthology of flash-fictions to celebrate National Flash-Fiction Day (UK), showcasing the very best on offer in this small literary form/5. Stars Beneath Your Bed takes the potentially mundane subject of dust and cleverly connects it to the color of sunrise and sunsets, King Tut, the dinosaurs, the solar system, butterfly wings, and rolling zebras, to name just a few.
The narrative is written in simple free verse: Old dust stays around. The book Stars Beneath Your Bed: the Surprising Story of Dust, poetically explains what dust is, how it is made and how it is connected to nature's most beautiful sights.
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This is a book that I would perhaps use in my classroom and possibly incorporate this book with a science lesson or experiment.
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Stars Beneath Your Bed. English/Language Arts Standards. K Identify the front cover, back cover, and title page of a book. K Follow words from left to right and from top to bottom on the printed page. K Understand that printed materials provide information. K Recognize that sentences in print are made up of separate words.