E is for Evergreen: A Washington State Alphabet

by Roland Smith

Other authorsLinda Holt Ayriss (Illustrator)
Hardcover, 2004

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Sleeping Bear Press (2004), Edition: 1st Printing, 40 pages


Brief rhymes for each letter of the alphabet, accompanied by longer explanatory text, present features of Washington State.

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LibraryThing member jessy555
Genre: informational
Critique of Genre: This is a beautiful example of an informational book on the state of Washington. Each page is filled with beautiful illustrations of the subject you are exploring about the state. There are also some little known facts about the state and it's history or
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something unique or special about it on the side of each page.
Setting: Well, obviously this book would not be accurate if you had the facts,but were trying to talk about a completely different state. Then everything would be false and this book would not be getting such a good review.
Media: acrylic and colored pencil
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LibraryThing member Leah08
This is a good example of poetry because it combines rhyme and rhythm in a way that tickles our senses and makes us want to read on. Every word in the poetry has a reason for being there and it tells a story and shares feelings with the reader. This is also an informational book that shares facts
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apart from the story that the poetry shares with us.

Level: Intermediate
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LibraryThing member Batsneedfriendstoo
The alphabet is represented by different things in Washingtion State. There short sentences on each page that has the rhythm of a poem, along with detailed facts on the sides of the illustrations.
Ages- 3-5
Source- Barnes and Noble
LibraryThing member Khegge15
This book goes through the alphabet and lists important aspects of Washington state. This book is a good example of an informational text because it offers facts about the Space Needle, Mount St. Helens, and other features of Washington.




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