Tuesday, October 8, 2013

Operation Redwood

When you respond don't forget to cite the book as best you can, and remember your name.

Monday, September 9, 2013

Week of Sept 9th

Hello my avid readers!

Today I want to know what your all time favorite book is? It could be your favorite book for any reason, maybe even because your parents use to read it to you when you were really little. Sometimes we just need a good recommendation for a title and then we are willing to try it. Maybe you can find a few new titles to read after every one has posted.

Battle of the Books

Here is the list of books for our friendly Battle of the books contest.This contest is designed to get students reading a variety of fiction books. Our contest will be held on June 5th here at Montair. The questions are not super deep comprehension questions, but designed more for a friendly book battle. It would benefit each student to write a brief summary of each story to refer back to in June.

:: Medium Book List for 5th - 6th Grades: 2013-14 ::

BabbittTuck Everlasting
ClearyRalph S. Mouse
CreechRuby Holler
DahlCharlie and the Chocolate Factory
FitzgeraldThe Great Brain
HanniganIda B
KliseRegarding the Fountain
LinWhere the Mountain Meets the Moon
LowryAll About Sam
McSwiganSnow Treasure
RaskinThe Westing Game
RawlsSummer of the Monkeys
RobinsonThe Best School Year Ever
RuckmanNight of the Twisters
SpeareSign of the Beaver
TolkienThe Hobbit
WilliamsThe Velveteen Rabbit (author also listed by the last name, Bianco)
WredeDealing With Dragons

Monday, September 2, 2013

Welcome to the 2013-2014 School year!

You have found my book blog. Today I want you to simply write a comment to the blog telling us when and where is your favorite time to read? If you could read for any length, how long would you read for?

See you tomorrow,

Mrs. Bantley

Sunday, July 22, 2012

Welcome to the Bantley Book Blog! This will be a place for us to recommend books we have read, get ideas for the next book we want to read, and share ideas about the books we read together in class. Please explore the blog and add your thoughts.