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About This Giveaway
- When: November 18- December 2, 2023 11:59 PM EST
- What: 1 Winner will receive a Gator, Gator, Second Grader Book Giveaway
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About the Book
“Many creatures make great classroom pets, but others just DO NOT!” That’s what the teacher says, anyway! When second-graders Benny and Jacob bring a baby alligator to school in a cardboard box, their teacher, Mrs. Nichols, shares an important message. “A baby gator is NOT a good classroom pet!” she explains. As an impromptu “pet safari” unfolds, Mrs. Nichols helps her students identify which creatures are suitable for school and which animals are better housed elsewhere! Her last-minute lesson soon leads to an exuberant naming game, with students clamoring to compare turtles with Gila monsters, hamsters with grizzly bears, and much more. Following the story, a well-researched curriculum guide captivates young readers, helping them develop a deeper respect for nature. -By Conrad J. Storad, Illustrated by Alex Lopez
Following the Story
Following the story, a well-researched curriculum guide captivates young readers, helping them develop a deeper respect for nature. Narrated by a beloved classroom pet nicknamed Snoozer, Gator, Gator, Second Grader cleverly draws young readers into the story from word one (Howdy!), making them feel like part of Mrs. Nichol’s lively second-grade classroom. As students compare and contrast a wide variety of animals, they quickly learn to recognize which creatures make good pets and which creatures do best in the zoo or in their natural habitats.
ABOUT THE AUTHOR
Conrad J. Storad is an award-winning author and editor of more than 50 science and nature books for children and young adults, including Monster in the Rocks, Gator, Gator, Second Grader (Classroom Pet…or Not?), the “USA Best Book” Rattlesnake Rules, and the ONEBOOKAZ for Kids 2012 selection Arizona Way Out West & Witty. He holds an undergraduate degree in mass media communication from the University of Akron and a master’s in mass communication/science journalism from Arizona State University’s Walter Cronkite School of Journalism. Storad resides in Ohio with his wife, Laurie, and their rescue wiener dog, Frankie. Learn more at https://www.conradjstorad.com/.