A copy of No Bears Allowed by Lydia Lukidis!
Lydia is a master of word choice!
Want an Example?
sHE COULD HAVE SAID, "rABBIT WAS AFRAID OF SPIDERS."
bUT NO, SHE WROTE, "And he squawked when he saw creepy-crawly spiders."
There are so many wonderful turn of phrases just like this sprinkled throughout her book.
Do yourself a favor, go read this as a mentor text for you or your students. It's bear-y good. :)
Your turn! can you take this plain sentence and Lydia it into something great?
The flamingo stood in the water.