Me Too, Iguana (Sweet Pickles Series)

by Jacquelyn Reinach

Other authorsRichard Hefter (Illustrator)
Hardcover, 1977

Status

Available

Call number

813

Collection

Publication

Holt, Rinehart and Winston (1977), 32 pages

Description

The residents of Sweet Pickle try to help Iguana who wants to be like everyone else she sees.

User reviews

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Genre: This book is a fantasy story. The story is about a iguana that wants to look exactly like everyone else. We often want to look like other people in real life so this brings the story a little bit of reality. However, iguanas, zebras, and lions do not talk in real life so it is a fantasy.
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Because there is a element of truth to the non-reality this story is a good example of a fantasy.

Age: Intermediate/ Primary

Media: colored in cut paper

Use: 1. use in a lesson about self esteem in that we all are unique 2. have students write about how it feels to be liked or complimented.
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Language

Original language

English

Original publication date

1977

ISBN

0030180716 / 9780030180712

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