But I Read It on the Internet! by Toni Buzzeo
(Mrs. Skorupski Story)

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Hunter and Carmen disagree whether George Washington really had wooden teeth, and Mrs. Skorupski encourages them to research the story on the internet and use her "Website Evaluation Gizmo" to evaluate websites and come up with the correct answer.
 

About Toni Buzzeo

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Toni Buzzeo is the author of such books as "No T. Rex in the Library", illustrated by Sachiko Yoshikawa, "Dawdle Duckling, "illustrated by Margaret Spengler and "The Sea Chest, "illustrated by Mary GrandPre. She has previously collaborated with Sachiko Yoshikawa on "Our Librarian Won't Tell Us Anything". Toni lives in Maine, and you can visit her online at www.tonibuzzeo.com. Sachiko Yoshikawa is the illustrator of such books as No "T. Rex in the Library" by Toni Buzzeo, "Kindness is Cooler, Mrs. Ruler" by Margery Cuyler; "Shout: Little Poems That Roar!" by Brod Bagert; and "What is Science? "by Rebecca Kai Dotlich. She has also illustrated the pop-up book "Sammy's Suitcase" by Lisa Rojany-Buccieri. Sachiko lives in Washington.
 
Published February 14, 2013 by Upstart Books. 32 pages
Genres: Computers & Technology, Education & Reference, Children's Books.

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Gr 3–5—Mr. Dickinson's students have opposing ideas on how to do proper research. Hunter relies on "true books" from the school library and Carmen believes that everything she reads on the Internet is true. Super librarian Mrs. Skorupski bounds in to save the day. She helps the fourth graders on ...

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Gr 3–5—Mr. Dickinson's students have opposing ideas on how to do proper research. Hunter relies on "true books" from the school library and Carmen believes that everything she reads on the Internet is true. Super librarian Mrs. Skorupski bounds in to save the day. She helps the fourth graders on ...

Jul 01 2013 | Read Full Review of But I Read It on the Internet...

Gr 3–5—Mr. Dickinson's students have opposing ideas on how to do proper research. Hunter relies on "true books" from the school library and Carmen believes that everything she reads on the Internet is true. Super librarian Mrs. Skorupski bounds in to save the day. She helps the fourth graders on ...

Jul 01 2013 | Read Full Review of But I Read It on the Internet...

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