You never know what you will find in your inbox! Here’s what came yesterday:

@SundayCummins: 2017 Eureka! Nonfiction Children’s Book Award. Rhythmic rhyming language that will appeal to a young audience! See my review at Goodreads:

I clicked on the link and found a 5 star review in Goodreads that said:

Up! Up! Up! Skyscraper
by Anastasia Suen (Goodreads Author)

2017 Eureka! Nonfiction Children’s Book Award. Rhythmic rhyming language that will appeal to a young audience while teaching about a topic that is not common in books for kids this age. The topic is refreshing – how to build a skyscraper. Each page includes additional text that describes a particular step in building the skyscraper and there is a diagram on each page that includes labels for the different parts of the skyscraper (trench with rebar, glass panel, curtain wall) – as these parts are added and the machines used (tower crane, concrete mixer, hopper). This book can be read again and again in different ways to learn additional details. Just really, really well done!

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Wow! Thank you! Teaching Books has a list of all the Eureka! Book Award winners given by the California Reading Association from 2010-2017 with

Eureka

. . . a shiny gold medal!

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