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Metzger, Steve, and Miriam Sagasti. The Leaves Are Falling One by One. New York: Scholastic, 2007. Print. Ages 8-10. The leaves are falling one by one is a fun and easy read for students looking for a colorful picture book. This book is a great book to realize how much to love and appreciate the season of fall. It is a great opportunity in the sense that I am able to really relate, because back in my hometown the weather is like really picture like in the book. This book I can really relate to ...more
This book goes along with the tune of The Ants Go Marching One By One, and even includes the Hooray, Hooray at the end. This book would be good for students who are beginning to read because of the similar text throughout the book. It also includes the numbers one through ten which incorporates some math within the text. It also has good pictures that help with the math incorporation.
Sep 09, 2014 Kathryn Brewer rated it liked it
This story is great for early readers to learn to count throughout the story. The illustrations are fun and the kids can sing along with the book. I could read this story in Fall since the book is based in the Fall and incorporate the counting as well.
I grew up in Queens, NY in the 1950s with my “baby” sister, Lois. She is now a wonderful writer of young adult novels and nonfiction. My mother was born in Vienna, Austria, and my father came from Brooklyn – an interesting match! My best friends were Neil, Robbie, Krebs, and Paul. I’m still good friends with most of these guys. It was less hectic in those days – no computers, no emails, fewer TV ...moreMore about Steve Metzger...