COMPREHENSION READERS

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"My Dog Hiccup"
READER 4 & 5 Grades
Developed for comprehsion reading.
Written and Illustrated by Carol L Brunk

 

Written as a reader for children in the 4th or 5th grade with concentration on comprehension. Only a few illustrated pictures are included in the reader so that the reader may concentrate on word and word meaning. Includes a list of questions towards the back of the book that will take the reader on a journey to help with concentration on comprehension- look for the meaning.

NEW Updated format and additional review questions

"Oranges 9th Birthday"
READER 4 & 5 Grades
Developed for comprehension reading.
Written and Illustrated by Carol L Brunk
 
Written as a reader for children in the 4th and 5th grade levels concentration on comprehension.  Only a few illustrated pictures with additional space in context for the reader to look up and for the reader to illustrate a kazoo instrument, crow and life vest includes a science question on what direction the sun rises.  A list on comprehension questions are towards the back of the book.  The answers for the comprehension questions will be posted separate a later date. Book is directed towards comprehension of looking for meaning and understanding what you read.

NEW Updated format and different look in a greener color

Changed to paperback bound cover added 11-2016

The Answer: For What's in the Tree?

Is on page 31 close to the bottom.  Read with care so you won't miss the answer.

NOT AVAILABLE

"My Oregon Giant

Calming Adventure Christmas"

Volume 2

Metaphorical thought and highly verbal interactive

Written and Illustrated by Carol L Brunk

 

My Oregon Giant’ Calming Adventure Christmas is an interactive educational picture book that concentrates on cognitive thought pattern in interaction of verbal written words that instructor and student can read together. It’s disability friendly use and teaches a metaphorical thought pattern with the introduction of what an ‘idea’ can be represented as to get across a meaning that is not directly written in black and white letter form on the written page-this is considered to be reading between the lines on a written page.

 

The story is designed to show a young adult in life of the preteen years are upon her. She takes on a growth of psychological normal cognitive thought pattern of growing towards adulthood into the teen years.

"My Oregon Giant

A Tale" Volume 3 2nd Edition

Written and Illustrated by Carol L Brunk

 

My Oregon Giant’ A Tale

She’s growing up. Faith is in reach before herself, her family and the giant. Its about strength, letting time take on a different view of understanding, acceptance and finding faith through a God that’s been here all the time for her and everybody else.
How much does she let go when it come to the past, the present and the future?
Find out….read on….My Oregon Giant A Tale…
Contains biblical references throughout the book.

 

The story is designed to show a young adult in life of the preteen years are upon her. She takes on a growth of psychological normal cognitive thought pattern of growing towards adulthood into the teen years.

MR. ALABASTER CRANE

THE DILEMMA

NOT AVAILABLE

Worksheet #3 Bonus Question
'Lord of the Flies' by William Golding
Answer to the last question on the page minus the essay. 
Chapter: Piggy At Castle Rock(page 242)
Sentence:
"The others nodded. They understood only too well the liberation into savagery that the concealing paint brought."

Relationship Example book of Natural Predators, Non Predator in a circle of circumstance that is NOT always the same. One different view point out of many view points in many different circumstances.

 

Can you guess the THEME of the book? Recommended reading to go along with 'Mr. Alabaster Crane The Dilemma' is 'Lord of the Flies' by William Golding. Worksheets and discussion reflect both books. Worksheets can be used for 'Mr. Alabaster Crane The Dilemma' book by itself minus a few questions. 

 

Written and Illustrated by Carol Lee Brunk

 

Nature doesn’t always have a plan when it comes to a meal. Friendship in the circle of life may take on a new meaning in review as Mr. Alabaster Crane, Mr. Forest Turtle, Mr. Indigo Crow and Mister Gold Fish along with Mr. Postal Mallard Duck. They act upon a natural instinct (predators and a non predator) to look for a way to view life together in a whole new meaning.

What do you look for while reading this book?

  A new way of life as friends maybe in question for the few characters but look for another way to view the characters in their interaction with each other. It should answer your own questions about their interesting character relationships, how they relate and deal with their strong instincts. Key words can tell you a lot about a character and what kind of relationship goes on. Look for the key word(s) in the story such as ‘vacation’ throughout the book as well as the key phrases in the story ‘It’s not in my nature’ and ‘It is in my nature’.

 

Additional worksheets posted in separate pdf.

 

Additional 

Educational Recommended Educational Books:

'The Lioness & Her Knight' by Gerald Morris

'Vidia and the Fairy Crown' by Laura Discoll

'Valentina deLaFrou' by Emerald Everhart

'Anybody Shining' by Frances O'Roark Dowell

'Dragonsdale' Where Dragons & Dreams Take Flight by Salamada Drake

'Amber Brown' books (Growing up books)

'Madison Finn' books (Adventure books)

'Nancy Drew' Books (Mystery books)

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Many of the advanced reading and the Mr. Alabaster Crane along with My Oregon Giant  first books were posted on a creative media website entitled Elance.com as my porfolio in 2012-2013 as alternate website looking for additional work

Contact number:

224-239-9877

Mailing Address:

Carol Lee Brunk

PO Box 995

Mt. Sterling, KY 40353

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