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Lost on Owl Lane
This title covers these subjects: Dogs -- Fiction., Maps -- Fiction., Neighborhood -- Fiction.
Lost on Owl Lane
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Lost on Owl Lane

Jessie's worried she'll never be able to find her way around her new neighborhood. To her, it's a crazy maze of avenues, streets, and intersections. But then she meets a big kid named Sara, an expert map reader, and things take a new direction.

 
DeweyE
GenreRealistic Fiction
  
Reading LevelGrades K-2
Interest LevelGrades K-2
GRLL
Lexile Level470L
ATOS Level2.7
AR Points0.5
AR Quiz #116658
  
  
ISBN978-1-4795-0297-4
PublisherPicture Window Books
Copyright2008
  
Page Dimensions5 3/4" x 8 1/4"
Page Count32
LanguagesEnglish
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$39.99
 


 
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Children's Literature Comprehensive Database - Anita Barnes Lowen

"When Jessie first moves to Owl Lane, she does not know her way around the neighborhood. Fortunately Sara lives next door--a cool older kid who does know her way around. “Whenever Jessie had a question about how to get somewhere, Sara had an answer.” One morning Jessie needs to find the library. She asks Sara for help. Using her computer, Sara prints a map of the town and takes the time to explain how to use it. But better yet, Sara and her dog Pixie go with Jessie. Jessie reads the map and leads the way, but Sara is there with lots of good information. Kids will certainly learn map basics; the explanations Sara gives about how to read and use a map, and her definitions of map related-concepts (map key, landmark and symbols), will be readily understood by young readers. An activity page, a glossary, and a list of places to learn more about maps are included. From the “Read-it! Readers Social Studies” series, this “green level” book is described as presenting more complex ideas with an extended vocabulary range." - Children's Literature Comprehensive Database

January 1, 2008

The Lorgnette - Heart of Texas Reviews - Dixie Bible

"In this story from the Read-it Readers! Social Studies series, Jesse has moved to a new neighborhood. By using her computer, Jesse’s neighbor Sara shows Jesse how to get around the neighborhood using a map. Jesse learns about map symbols and finding landmarks. The book contains a short glossary, bibliography, and websites for more information. It great one for teachers to share with students to encourage them to think about and be more considerate." - The Lorgnette - Heart of Texas Reviews

January 1, 2008

Susan Blackaby

Susan Blackaby

Susan Blackaby started writing in Mrs. Nichols' third grade class at Green Gables. She didn't think of becoming a writer until she had tried a few other things, including goat milking and weaving. Over the past 20 years, Susan has written textbooks, workbooks, and readers by the dozen for kids in elementary school. In 2002, her first trade book, Rembrandt's Hat, was named one of the top ten picture books of the year by the Washington Post. Susan lives in Portland, Oregon, with two people, two labs, and the nicest kitty in the world.

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