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• Subject: [LM_NET] Target: Wordless and other Picture Books with Problem/Solution
• From: Anna McGuire <mcguire.a@SBCGLOBAL.NET>
• Date: Tue, 5 May 2009 20:37:46 -0400
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```Our reading recovery teacher is looking for picture books with a
specific pattern - and I was hoping you might know of some!

These should be wordless or picture books where the illustrations

Initiating Event
Problem
Solution
Resolution/Ending

An example that she gave me (and thinks is perfect) is Tomie de
Paola's Pancakes for Breakfast. This story shows a woman going to make
pancakes (the initiating event) and there is no sugar (problem), she
gets the sugar (solution) and there is another missing ingredient -
the problem/solution pattern is repeated (my teacher wants this
repetition of a problem/solution pattern to happen no more than 4
times) until the resolution is that she eats pancakes at her
neighbor's house.

Any suggestions?

Thanks!

Anna McGuire, Media Specialist
Amerman Elementary School
Northville, Michigan
mcguiran@northville.k12.mi.us

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