Connecting with characters (92 out of 365) #blogaday

It is interesting to see many new characters and books! Students benefit from talking about and relating to the characters in the stories. I have been wondering about doing book studies with character focuses because it could be fun to dig deeper into the characters!

The Picture Book Review

Over at The Broke and the Bookish today’s theme is Top Ten Characters We Wish We Could Check in With.  My family came up with this list pretty quickly — here are some characters we would love to see more of and find out what happened to them after the story ended. What characters would you like to know more about?  Anyone you’d like to check in with?

Links and covers go to Amazon — and they’re all affiliated links — but you can find these books at Worldcat.org or Indiebound.org, too!


stuck

1.  Floyd and everyone involved in Stuckby Oliver Jeffers.

I think Floyd’s parents might want to talk with him about throwing whales, houses, and firefighters into a tree.  Did physicists come and see if there were any strange fluctuations in gravity?  Did college recruiters come and check out Floyd’s arm and try to recruit him? With…

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