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by Emily Arnold McCully,Doreen Rappaport

eBook The Boston Coffee Party (An I Can Read Book) ePub
Author: Emily Arnold McCully,Doreen Rappaport
Language: English
ISBN: 0060248246
ISBN13: 978-0060248246
Publisher: Harper & Row; 1st edition (1988)
Pages: 63
Subcategory: Children
Rating: 4.3
Votes: 565
Formats: lit mbr docx azw
ePub file: 1459 kb
Fb2 file: 1217 kb

Doreen Rappaport (Author), Emily Arnold McCully (Illustrator).

Doreen Rappaport (Author), Emily Arnold McCully (Illustrator). I used this book (and others in the series - Sam the Minuteman, George the Drummer) with my 2nd grade class and it was a big hit. I've also presented it to 5th graders along with the primary sources.

The Boston Coffee Party book. Author: Doreen Rappaport; pictures by Emily Arnold McCully. Title: The Boston Coffee Party. Plot: Based on true events, Sarah and Emma Homans can't wait to see their papa come home from the war. Meanwhile, back at home, the women in town are furious that Merchant Thomas has not only increased the prices in sugar, but he has bought over 40 barrels of coffee with the intention to sell the coffee at a ridiculous expensive price after all of the coffee sold elsewhere is gone. Date: October 27th, 2014.

Find many great new & used options and get the best deals for I Can Read Bk. During the Revolutionary War, times are hard in colonial Boston. Illustrated by. Emily Arnold Mccully.

During the Revolutionary War, times are hard in colonial Boston. Greedy Merchant Thomas is overcharging for sugar. Then he locks up all the coffee so he can overcharge for that too! Young Sarah Homans wants to teach him a lesson. Merchant Thomas is about to attend a party he won't soon forget.

Emily Arnold McCully (born July 1, 1939) is an American writer and illustrator who is best known for children's books. She won the annual Caldecott Medal for . picture book illustration in 1993 recognizing Mirette on the High Wire which she also wrote. Arnold was born in Galesburg, Illinois, but grew up in Garden City, New York. She graduated from Pembroke College, now a part of Brown University, in 1961 and earned an . in Art History from Columbia University.

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An I Like to Read® book. Guided Reading Level E. About Pete Makes a Mistake. She promises Pete some cake if he will deliver invitations to her friends Nell, Don and Gert. What a good deal for Pete! Pete brings Nell and Don their notes, but he gets distracted and forgets all about Gert. On the day of the party, Pete’s mistake causes many hurt feelings.

by Emily Arnold McCully. series I Like to Read. Can Pete save the party - and will he still get cake? An I Like to Read® book. In this series.

Name: Emily Arnold McCully. Book: Clara, The MOstly True Story of the Rhinoceros Who Dazzled Kings, Inspired Artists. What is your ethnicity? white. Where are you from? Were you exposed to other cultures? I am caucasian, mostly Irish. Once the story is accepted by a publisher I go to work on sketches and a very rough black and white dummy. I want to save color for later so it will look spontaneous). Final paintings come after that.

By Emily Arnold McCully, Doreen Rappaport

By Emily Arnold McCully, Doreen Rappaport. PreK-K, 1-2. GUIDED READING LEXILE® MEASURE Grade Level Equivalent DRA LEVEL. During the Revolutionary War, two young sisters help a group of Boston women get coffee from a greedy merchant.

During the Revolutionary War, two young sisters help a group of Boston women get coffee from a greedy merchant.
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This is a great book for elementary school students. Unlike many history books aimed at the K-5 crowd, The Boston Coffee Party tells an exciting story based on real events in language that most 7-10-year-olds can read for themselves.

I used this book (and others in the series -- Sam the Minuteman, George the Drummer) with my 2nd grade class and it was a big hit. I've also presented it to 5th graders along with the primary sources.

Other reviewers have mentioned reservations about the content, but if this book is presented within a larger discussion of the American Revolution, it's fine. The offending merchant is carted through the streets and intimidated, but he isn't tarred and feathered or beaten. I'm not really sure there's an honest way to talk about the American Revolution that doesn't include at least a little bit of potentially upsetting content (battles, treason, mob actions, destruction of property, slavery).

If you are the parent of a budding historian or a teacher with curriculum standards that demand that elementary students know what "No taxation without representation" means, this is a great buy.
Gavirgas
This books tells a story based on an account from Abigail Adams in a letter to her husband John Adams during the revolutionary period. It is in simple English and an emerging reader could read this.
A greedy store owner in Boston holds back his stores of goods until there are shortages and then raises his prices higher than other merchants' prices. The women in the community are busy sewing shirts for the men who are away fighting as soldiers in the American revolution. The community feeling is that the greedy merchant is being unpatriotic and not pulling with the community, but rather using the tides of war to enrich himself. So the women take action and force him to open his stores of coffee to them, to which they help themselves without payment at all.
I like the book for telling a story that is historical, shows some of the difficulties of war, and portrays women as doers and solvers. I'm somewhat troubled by the actions of the women, which in everyday life would be considered criminal.
This book is recommended as a core curriculum book. It could provide a very good basis for discussion; but I wouldn't want my child reading it without having some thinking talk afterwards.
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