“Hoot and Peep”
Peep likes to peep about the mystery of things in her owly way. Hoot imparts his older brotherly wisdom. Owls only say “Hooo.”
When Peep leaves, Hoot misses her. He hears her songs on the wind and realizes his mistake.
Hoot and Peep learn to sing together in their own owly way.
This book promotes risk-taking, creative expression, and self-confidence.
TITLE: Hoot and Peep
AUTHOR: Lita Judge
ILLUSTRATOR: Lita Judge
PUBLISHER: Dial Books for Young Readers, 2016
AGE GROUP: 5-8
CREATIVE COMPONENTS: risk-taking, creative expression, self-confidence
1) Write a rap song about YOU!
Watch 5 year old Jordan who will show you how to rap in 30 seconds.
2) What onomatopoeia words describe you? (Onomatopoeia is a word that imitates the natural sound of a thing. Examples: screech, cuckoo) Make a list of 15-20 words.
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