Thursday, December 22, 2011

Sets of Three

So far the Z-Kids have discussed 140 books through various reviews and interviews.  Just for funsies, here are a few past Bookie Woogie reviews pulled out in themed sets:

3 Poetry Book Reviews:

The Cuckoo's Haiku
A Curious Collection of Cats
The Wonder Book

3 Wordless-Book Reviews:

The Arrival

3 Metafiction Reviews:

The Three Pigs
The Monster at the End of this Book
A Book

3 Non-Fiction Reviews:

Life-Size Zoo
We Are the Ship
Nugget on the Flight Deck

3 Graphic Novel Reviews:

Rapunzel's Revenge
Zita the Space Girl

3 Chapter Book Reviews:

The Chronicles of Narnia
The Book of Three

3 Christian Book Reviews:

Adam Raccoon
You Are Special
Tales of the Kingdom

3 Series Reviews:

Elephant and Piggie
The Complete Peanuts

3 Caldecott Reviews:

Where the Wild Things Are
Black and White
The Invention of Hugo Cabret

3 Newbery Reviews:

Princess Academy
Where the Mountain Meets the Moon
The Black Cauldron

3 Christmas Reviews:

Through the Animals' Eyes
This is the Stable
The Little Drummer Boy

3 Family Book Reviews:

The Baby Sister
Mommy Poems
All the Way to America

3 Food Book Reviews:

How Are You Peeling
You Are What You Eat
Who Needs Donuts

3 Monster Book Reviews:

Mostly Monsterly
Jeremy Draws a Monster

3 Most Visited Reviews:

The Phantom Tollbooth
Chuckling Ducklings

3 Interviews:

Tony DiTerlizzi
Laurie Keller
Adam Rex

3 Audio Snippets:

Does Gracie remember the word Understudy? :

Does Gracie remember the word Parody? :

Isaac wonders why Lily hasn't contributed to the review yet:

(these 3 snippets were all recorded during the Babymouse review)

3 Non-Review Posts:

Lemon Tree
Hanging Around


Heidi Noel said...

3 is the magic number. Wow. I remember most of those and have gotten some great ideas from you. Thank you! said...

Awesome way to post these reviews!!!

Ms. O said...

I'm not new to your blog ... been "stalking" it a while. Just wanted to say hello. It's awesome all the things your family does for literacy! I think the post I remember the best is your video for Where the Mountain Meets the Moon but hey, I've loved them all. And great idea with these three-bie lists. May have to try that.

Laurie Young said...

Lotsa great reviews—I especially like the "Monster" category.