Me First! by Robin Pulver
Prefixes Lead the Way

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...the lesson on leadership detracts from the lesson on prefixes...Not as strong as either Pulver and Reed’s others or Brian P. Cleary and Martin Goneau’s Pre- and Re-, Mis- and Dis- (2013).
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In this zany language arts book, a classroom lesson on leadership gets a boost from little groups of letters called PREFIXES.

It s Leadership Day in Mr. Wright s classroom, and the prefixes are IMpatient to take center stage. After all, they are the greatest leaders around! Prefixes attach to the beginning of words and change what they mean. But they are MIStaken about their role in the day s festivities. . . . Mr. Wright has a lesson on President Abraham Lincoln PREpared. The prefixes are in DISbelief that they could be so carelessly IGnored. Luckily, Mr. Wright gets a REminder to include them in the lesson and the prefixes are ready to UNleash their power.

 

About Robin Pulver

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Robin Pulver is the author of several picture books. She lives in Pittsford, New York.Lynn Rowe Reed is a prolific author/illustrator with sixteen illustrated picture books to her credit, nine of which she has also written. All of her books have been published by New York publishers, including Random House, Disney, Farrar Straus Giroux, and Holiday House, Marshall Cavendish and Roaring Brook Press.
 
Published July 30, 2016 by Holiday House. 32 pages
Genres: Education & Reference, Children's Books.
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on Jun 28 2016

...the lesson on leadership detracts from the lesson on prefixes...Not as strong as either Pulver and Reed’s others or Brian P. Cleary and Martin Goneau’s Pre- and Re-, Mis- and Dis- (2013).

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