A Magical Giveaway!

If your Teacher Appreciation Week isn’t magical, it will be now! For today’s giveaway, I have two wonderful and whimsical books and a pack of Sharpie Clear-View Highlighters! (These highlighters are so cool–look at the tips!)

Thelma the Unicorn by Aaron Blabey is a story about a horse who, with the assistance of a carrot and a truck full of glitter, manages to masquerade as a unicorn. She discovers that being famous isn’t all it’s cracked up to be. Grades PreK–2

The Truth About My Unbelievable School by Davide Cali is a school tour unlike any other! When Henry shows a new girl around school, she sees an outrageous classroom pet, a out-of-control octopus in the science room, and a playground that hangs from a giant tree, among other fantastic things. The end of the story shows the reader why the new girl takes this all in stride! Grades 1–3

To enter for a chance to win, simply comment on this blog and tell me what grade you teach. Just be sure to do this before midnight, May 13.

140 thoughts on “A Magical Giveaway!

  1. I currently teach from tot school to 4th grade. Right now we’re studying the medieval times. And are checking out books on unicorns and Dragons so these would be perfect for us right now…

  2. Hi! I am a retired teacher and do subbing. I also help out at Centenary U. Volunteer Math Tutoring Center. We do this for free and do not charge the parents. We take students grade 2-6 that are referred by their team hers for extra help. It is once a week for one hour. We have education majors at Centenary U. That assist us.

  3. I actually teach the infant class at my center. I have been in this classroom for 11 years. I love watching them learn new things!!

  4. I am a public children’s librarian in a medium sized public library in urban Honolulu with responsibilities for ages birth through grade 5/6: collection development, programming, classes, etc.

  5. I teach elementary special education across grade levels. Thank you for the opportunity to add these to my classroom library!

  6. I teach in the Resource room, mostly I teach 1st and 2nd grades, but I work with 3rd to 5th on behavior.

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