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Otto's Orange Day by Frank Cammuso
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Nov 30, 2010

really liked it
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This story is told in a comic book style. Allowing for the young readers to be engaged with the text.

Otto's Aunt buys a lamp for him as a gift. This was not an ordinary lamp this was a genie lamp. With in this lamp the owner of the lamp is granted one wish. Otto loves orange! So, his wish was that everything was this color. After having everything orange for some time Otto begins to realize that this is not so much fun. Otto's aunt decides to buy back the lamp to make her own wish. When her wish goes wrong it is up to Otto to help solve the problem.
Stories do not always have to look the same. A story can be in a poem or even a comic. This would be a great book to help introduce a lesson on story telling in different formats. A mini lesson on making their own comic would be a good addition.

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