Book Chat Flash Cards

Book Chat Flash Cards

Author: Mary Conger

Publisher: Lorenz Educational Press

ISBN: 9780787713980

Category: Education

Page: 104

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Start an endless number of educational discussions with this deck of 150 questions and 50 quick extension activity ideas designed to get students seriously thinking and talking about classroom reading. Each question and activity is written so it can apply to any book and multiple grade levels, so you can use Book Chat again and again! Each card features questions about a book?s characters, plot, and setting, along with an extension activity to allow even more learning opportunities.

Chats in the Book-Room

Chats in the Book-Room

Author: Horace N. Pym

Publisher: Ballantyne, Hanson & Co.

ISBN:

Category: Book collecting

Page: 164

View: 897

Chats in the Book-Room Since we made our last "Tour Round the Book-shelves," death has removed one of the kindest friends, and most genial companions, of the Book-room. In Richard Corney Grain, Foxwold has lost one of its pleasantest and most welcome guests, and it is doubtful, well as the public cared for and appreciated his genius, if it knew or suspected how generous a heart, and how wide a charity, moved beneath that massive frame. When rare half-holidays came, it was no uncommon thing for Dick Grain to dedicate them to the solace and amusement of some hospital or children's home, where, with a small cottage piano, he would, moving from ward to ward, give the suffering patients an hour's freedom from their pain, and some happy laughs amid their misery. One day, after a series of short performances in the different parts of one of our large London hospitals, he was about to sing in the accident ward, when the secretary to the hospital gravely asked him "Not to be too funny in this room, for fear he'd [Pg 5] make the patients burst their bandages!" Dick Grain was never so happy, so natural, or so amusing as when, of his own motion, he was singing to a nursery full of children in a country house. Those who knew him well were aware that, delightful as were all his humorous impersonations, he had a graver and more impressive side to his lovable and admirable character, and that he would sometimes, when sure he would be understood, sing a pathetic song, which made the tears flow as rapidly as in others the smiles had been evoked.