Ok, I'll be honest. Books beginning with Q aren't that plentiful. Well, at least not in my classroom library. I guess it's lacking in that sense. Maybe I should spend some time pursuing books whose titles begin with a Q?
I have 2. Neither are anything super fancy or special. I do use them, but I don't have overwhelming feelings for them as I have for the books from A-P. But, since I'm being honest here, I'll mention them.
The first is titled Quarters. Yes, you can guess what it's about. It's part of a little easy readers series on money. It's good. I use it when we learn about money. But it's a short little book, nothing spectacular.
The other is titled Queen Bee's Scream. Sure, it sounds fascinating, but its alright. It also is a part of a Scholastic series on phonics. This one targets the long e sound. So, it's great for teaching that and we enjoy it. But not anything to write home, or to your readers, about.
I Googled books beginning with Q and there are a lot. Not many look striking at a glance and many are in Spanish with a title that begins with Que or Quien. I don't teach Spanish.
So, sorry. No wonderful advice today on a book. What about you? Any favorites that begin with Q? Anyone? Anything? Bueller? Bueller?
Thanks for hopping by!