What pbs would you suggest to teach plot diagram? And elements of a narrative story?

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Celebrate the 400th anniversary of Shakespeare's death by reading this fabulous picture book version of 7 of his plays. Ideal for introducing children to his work and language.

Hello everyone. Thank you so much for allowing me to join. I'm a former kindergarten teacher. Always a reader of picture books, now I also write them. Your #nf10for10 caught my eye and I wonder if it is too late to add a post with 10 of my favorites. I'll do my best to hop around to visit as many of you as I can.

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A favourite Winnie the Witch story about the differences between summer and winter. Lots of opportunities for language study as well.

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Snow Ravens is another wonderful book about birds in snow.
Love the Raven wondering about snow angels!
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A wonderful wintry tale. Great for reading aloud. Also good for Key Stage 1 and lower Key Stage 2 focusing on descriptive language and setting.

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+Amy Ludwig VanDerwater is working on a site for resources for mentor texts.  She has asked the #pb10for10  community to share any posts they have written related to mentor texts.  If you have joined #pb10for10  anytime between 2010 and now, and written about a writing mentor texts, please share your link in the comments below.  We will be linking this list to the Mentor Text Padlet.  

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Thought this might be useful: great list of must have books if you have or are making a "Maker Space"!

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The excitement is mounting for tomorrow's event.  Twitter is abuzz this morning with challenges, tips, and anticipation.  Remember to add your post to the "2015 #pb10for10 " tab tomorrow.  In the meantime, this tweet from +Carrie Gelson (in response to a question by +Katherine Sokolowski) made me wonder what tips you'd offer for tomorrow.  
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