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Ng homeschooling in particular for children ages 7 to 9 who are reading independently It’s a fun way to keep your child engaged and as a supplement for activity books for childrenDid you know that there is a fungus that can control the mind of an ant and make it do its bidding Would you believe there is such a thing as a corpse flower a ten foot tall plant with a blossom that smells like a zombie How about a species of octopus that doesn’t live in water but rather lurks in trees in the Pacific NorthwestEvery story in this book is strange and astounding But not all of them are real Just lik. Each chapter in this book contains three stories two that are factual and one that s made up but written to sound like it s also factual The book challenges kids to read the stories in each chapter guess and then do their own research to find out which stories are true and which is the fake There s a section on how to research and find reliable sources and then at the end of the book it gives you the answers and a bibliography for each chapter This book is not only fun browsing material for kids who love learning interesting facts but it has great potential for classroom or library lessons on information literacy Share the stories from a chapter and challenge students to use research to provide which stories are true Since the fake stories are written to look just like the true stories with photos defined glossary words captions diagrams etc this is a great book for showing students that you have to double check sources and you can t believe everything you read I also do think this is really fun for kids to just read on their own The stories are all interesting and kids will learn a lot of interesting facts This would be a fun one to share together on a road trip or vacation and try to stump the rest of your family

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Two Truths and a Lie

E the old game in this book’s title two out of every three stories are completely true and one is an outright lie Can you guess which It’s not going to be easy Some false stories are based on truth and some of the true stories are just plain unbelievable And they’re all accompanied by dozens of photos maps and illustrations Amaze yourself and trick your friends as you sort out the fakes from the factsAcclaimed authors Ammi Joan Pauette and Laurie Ann Thompson have teamed up to create a series of sneaky stories about the natural world designed to amaze disgust and occasionally bamboozle y. This is a great book to share with people who are learning to determine what is true and from reliable sources and what is false or from unreliable or even fake sources There are three parts one about plants one about animals and one about humans Three scenarios are described complete with pictures and the difficult vocabulary explained and the hope is that the reader will spend some time determining which of the three are true and which one is false Of course the book does include a list of sources and ultimately a key to tell you which ones were indeed false A fun read and an engaging way to teach a information literacy

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“Considering the fresh attention being paid to teaching a skeptical approach to information evaluation this series opener couldn’t be better timed A brief but savvy guide to responsible research methods adds further luster to this crowd pleaser” ALA Booklist starred reviewTwo Truths and a Lie is the first book in a fascinating new series that presents some of the most crazy but true stories about the living world as well as a handful of stories that are too crazy to be true and asks readers to separate facts from fakes  This nonfiction chapter book is an excellent choice to share duri. Full review with teaching tools Pond as far as I know hasn t published a nonfiction text other than the Guys Read True Stories and I can definitely see why this is one they chose to add to their publication catalog One of the greatest educational obstacles right now is that students have access to such a wide variety of information some that is anything but reliable and valid so it is up to parents and educators to show how to filter through all of the information and check the validity of what they find Pauette and Thompson s Two Truths and a Lie take that to a fun level giving the reader three stories all the seem as crazy yet possible but it gives kids the opportunity to use the internet to research each story to determine what is the truth and what is the lie But the book doesn t seem like it is for teaching though it would work perfectly in the classroom because the stories are just so crazy and fun to read from zombie making fungi to an unlikely chicken the stories are just all so unbelievable


10 thoughts on “Two Truths and a Lie

  1. says:

    Full review with teaching tools Pond as far as I know hasn’t published a nonfiction text other than the Guys Read True Stories and I can definitely see why this is one they chose to add to their publication catalog One of the greatest educational obstacles right now is that students have access to such a wide variety of information some

  2. says:

    Fantastic format Kids in grade 4 and up will enjoy picking which story of 3 is false 9 phenomenal chapters and 3 stories in each one

  3. says:

    Fascinating facts and wait false facts? Yet those un truths are hard to figure out in this book This book is sure to amaze readers and will be a fantastic mentor text for teachers when discussing how to sift through research and fact check what is written

  4. says:

    Two Truths and a Lie takes an interesting approach to presenting information The book is divided into three parts plants animals and h

  5. says:

    Each chapter in this book contains three stories two that are factual and one that's made up but written to sound like it's

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    I received a copy of this book in exchange for an honest reviewWhat I liked This book is so MUCH fun to read Filled with completely ridiculous yet true stories this book will teach you about miraculous plants and animals At least most of the stories are true For every three stories there is one fabrication As we read we have to think about and research the stories to find out the read truth This book encourages research and figuring out

  7. says:

    I'd love to talk about this book with intermediate and middle school teachers The title sets kids up for uestioning right from the start 1 I think it is the kind of books that some readers will love from start to finish so it should be on your bookshelf 2 I think it could be used as a challenge in a classroom to uncover

  8. says:

    Highly engaging informational book that presents three unusual stories about plants and animals around the world but only two of them are trueTwo things I loved that the authors want readers to go and research to find the truths or lies for t

  9. says:

    This is a great book to share with people who are learning to determine what is true and from reliable sources and what is false or from unreliable or even fake sources There are three parts one about plants one about animals and one about humans Three scenarios are described complete with pictures and the difficult vocabulary exp

  10. says:

    Such a great idea and so perfectly executed My family loved reading this book aloud and debating which stories we thought