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Joe Bright and the Seven Genre Dudes [With Reproducible Lessons]

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Published February 1st 2010 by Upstartbooks
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Chris
Mar 22, 2011 Chris rated it really liked it
This is a remix of the Snow White fairy that is very cleverly done. In this rendition, there is no evil queen. Instead there’s a gifted storyteller named Stella who is afraid that her fame may wane. There’s no mirror for her to gaze into and ponder her status – she chats with a magical chair!

In one of their conversations she hears about Joe Bright and his storytelling stills. Fearing she’ll lose the battle of storytelling wits, she devises a plan to keep Joe away from any story time opportuniti
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Emily Farmer
Nov 08, 2012 Emily Farmer rated it really liked it
Recommends it for: 2nd - 4th grade
Hopkins was very creative in remaking the Snow White story and twisting it to be about Joe Bright and Stella the master of storytelling. The seven dowarfs in this book are actually the seven genres of books. During this book the different genres are explained which would make this an excellent teaching tool when talking about this topic in the classroom. Having a story to remember them by would make memorizing them even easier because the book also provides examples of books within the genre. Ov ...more
Mandy
Sep 22, 2011 Mandy rated it really liked it
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Stella the storytella' was the best storyteller in all the land until she heard from her magic storybook that Joe Bright was even more talented. She becomes determined to once again become the best. But Joe Bright has unexpected help from the Seven Genre Dudes who help Joe on his way to happily ever after.
Vicki
Jul 28, 2012 Vicki rated it really liked it
Going to read this book again before having students fill out a reading interest inventory in the library. Genres and examples will be listed on the back of my reading interest inventory.
Cindy
Good story to use to introduce genre to students - gives a little info about each genre- does not go into much detail, but is enough to get the conversation or mini genre unit started.
JoEllen Mccarthy
Nov 09, 2011 JoEllen Mccarthy rated it it was amazing
Another must have for educators. Fractured fairytale that illustrates genres through the "dudes". Jackie Mims Hopkins is great!
Stacie Vanloenen
Jul 27, 2012 Stacie Vanloenen rated it really liked it
Good for introducing genres to your kids.
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Jackie Mims Hopkins is a storyteller, a school librarian and a former teacher. She is the author of several children's books, including The Three Armadillies Tuff and The Gold Miner's Daughter. She lives in Texas.
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