Celebrating Louisiana: 50 States To Celebrate by Jane KurtzCelebrating Louisiana: 50 States To Celebrate by Jane Kurtz

Celebrating Louisiana: 50 States To Celebrate

byJane KurtzIllustratorC.B. Canga

Paperback | April 26, 2016

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Louisiana dishes out some southern hospitality to Mr. Geo! "Mr. Geo is a fun and entertaining tour guide."&nbsp -3rdgradereading.net

Say hello to Mr. Geo, everybody's favorite geography teacher!&nbspToday he's visiting Louisiana,&nbspthe Pelican&nbspState.&nbspHis first stop is&nbspNew Orleans for&nbspthe Mardi Gras parade.&nbspHe's going to&nbspsample Cajun cooking, listen to jazz, ride riverboats, and tour eerie swamps and beautiful mansions, too.&nbspTogether, you will discover what makes Louisiana&nbspa state to celebrate. Includes maps and learning activities.&nbspColorful, you-are-there illustrations and easy-to-read&nbsptext are&nbspgreat for beginning and newly independent readers!&nbsp
Jane Kurtz lives in Portland, Oregon. She has written more than thirty books, including Lanie from the American Girl Today series and River Friendly, River Wild, a Golden Kite Award winner. Visit her website at www.janekurtz.com . C. B. Canga has illustrated many books, including the Field Trip Mysteries by Steve Brezenoff. H...
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Title:Celebrating Louisiana: 50 States To CelebrateFormat:PaperbackDimensions:40 pages, 9 × 6 × 0.16 inPublished:April 26, 2016Publisher:Houghton Mifflin HarcourtLanguage:English

The following ISBNs are associated with this title:

ISBN - 10:0544518276

ISBN - 13:9780544518278

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About the Series: The titles in this series are perfect for reports on the fifty states. The creative approach may make it more accessible for students who find straight-up nonfiction very dry. Although the back mentions an interest level of grades 1-4, the illustrations and text should work for many struggling middle school students, too."- Kiss the Book Blog "Colorful and active pages. . . As supplements to state-specific material, these books might pique interest in a state or point children to topics for further reading."- School Library Journal "For a short format, many things are covered in the text, making this a good book for an introduction to research.. . .[and] a possible class read aloud or third-grade produced audio book? .Mr. Geo is a fun and entertaining tour guide." -3rdgradereading.net "A great addition to students' reading lists, although it certainly can be a read aloud book for children with lower reading comprehension."- 2ndgradereading.net "Colorful, and sometimes dramatic illustrations."- 2ndgradereading.net "Students will develop further reading skills by using Mr. Geo's trip as a jumpstart to some further research and discovery of the state."- 4thgradereading.net "The 50 States to Celebrate series will be a great asset to primary classrooms and libraries. There is a broad audience for nonfiction informational text? it appeals to a wide range of young readers."- Marla Conn, Educational Consultant, Read-Ability, Inc., and former reading specialist for New York City Public Schools "The 50 States to Celebrate series is a great way to excite kids about social studies. Mr. Geo is fun, entertaining, and informative."- Susan Stark, Editorial Director, Social Studies, Houghton Mifflin Harcourt Education Group "