Princess Pooh

Princess Pooh By Kathleen M. Muldoon, Princess Pooh Jealous of her invalid sister s royal treatment as she sits in her wheelchair Patty Jean tries out the conveyance and discovers life in a wheelchair is no fun at all
  • Title: Princess Pooh
  • Author: Kathleen M. Muldoon
  • ISBN: 9780807566275
  • Page: 221
  • Format: Hardcover
  • Princess Pooh By Kathleen M. Muldoon, Jealous of her invalid sister s royal treatment as she sits in her wheelchair, Patty Jean tries out the conveyance and discovers life in a wheelchair is no fun at all.
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    1. This was one of Cade s books that he had to read for school I cried reading it It is, however, a great read for a 2nd or 3rd grader Princess Pooh is the big sister who is in a wheelchair Her little sister calls her Princess Pooh because she thinks she sits on her throne and rides all day long One day her little sister takes a day in the wheelchair, and realizes the struggles that her sister goes through on a daily basis.


    2. This narrative tells about living with a family member who is in a wheelchair The narrator, Patty Jean Piper refers to her sister, Penelope Marie Piper as Princess pooh In the eyes of Patty, Penelope is a princess that just sits in her throne with wheels and tells everyone what to do Patty feels that Penelope gets treated better because of her throne In the story Patty tells about shopping at the mall, Patty is stuck carrying all the purchases while their dad wheels Penelope around like a movie [...]


    3. This is a narrative told by one of two sisters, Piper, who has as sister, Penelope, who is disabled Piper refers to her sister as Princess Pooh and is irritated that Princess Pooh gets to sit on her throne of wheels and tell everyone what to do She is also irritated with all the attention that Princess Pooh gets One day while Penelope was asleep in the hammock, Piper decides to take Penelope s wheel chair for a spin to see what it is like to be wheelchair bound Piper soon learns the difficulties [...]


    4. Genre Picture book fiction Topic Theme Children with disabilities, sibling rivalry, jealousy, empathy, humility, pride, familyGrade Level K 3Classroom Use Read aloud, independent readingComments Great for discussing disabilities especially those with siblings with disabilities Really gets the children to put themselves in these children s shoes.


    5. because of the wording and flow i would say this is at least for grades kindergarten and up however, A great book for teaching empathy.


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