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· Aliki's books use bubble
· Charlie Brown books
· City of Light, City of
Dark by Avi--I believe does this.
· Father Christmas books
- Raymond Briggs
· Garfield books
· I Lost My Bear - Jules
· Levy, the Something Queer
series, with comic sytle illus. by Mordecai Gernstein. Meanwhile
- Jules Feiffer
· Loreen Leedy titles
· Martha books (Martha
Calling, Martha Blah Blah, etc.) she is a dog who talks.
· Mercer Mayer does it,
but his books only have one or two words. Actually, she could have
students put bubbles and dialogue on the rest of the book.
· Sunday cartoons
· That Terrible Halloween
Night - James Stevenson books Where the grandfather is telling stories
to his grandchildren. (eg. That Terrible Halloween Night, Brrrrr
· The Tyrannosaurus Game
by Steven Kroll (illustrated by Tomie dePaola)
· Tommy Traveler in the
World of Black History by Tom Feelings. One of my 4th gr. >teachers
used the book for her unit on Colonial America. The book used the
style of comic books, thus all dialogues are in "bubbles."
What Do Authors Do? by Christelow
has such a thing; and I've seen, in the last few days!, there's a companion
to the book, titled What Do Illustrators Do?
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