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Dear Mr. Blueberry

“Dear Mr. Blueberry, I love whales very much and I think I saw one in my pond today. Please send me some information on whales.”

It’s vacation time, so Emily has to write to her teacher to help when she discovers a blue whale living in her pond. Mr. Blueberry answers that she must be mistaken, because whales live in the ocean, not in ponds.

Throughout the summer, Emily and Mr. Blueberry exchange letters, until Emily has a happy surprise to share with her teacher. In the process, Emily learns a lot about whales. And Mr. Blueberry leans even more about imagination, faith, and love.

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“Dear Mr. Blueberry, I love whales very much and I think I saw one in my pond today. Please send me some information on whales.”

It’s vacation time, so Emily has to write to her teacher to help when she discovers a blue whale living in her pond. Mr. Blueberry answers that she must be mistaken, because whales live in the ocean, not in ponds.

Throughout the summer, Emily and Mr. Blueberry exchange letters, until Emily has a happy surprise to share with her teacher. In the process, Emily learns a lot about whales. And Mr. Blueberry leans even more about imagination, faith, and love.

While on a summer vacation, Emily discovers a whale living in her garden pond. So she writes to her teacher, Mr. Blueberry, for advice on how to care for her ne

Dear Mr. Blueberry

Throughout the summer, Emily and

“Dear Mr. Blueberry, I love whales very much and I think I saw one in my pond today. Please send me some information on whales.” It’s vacation time, so Emily has to write to her teacher to help when she discovers a blue whale living in her pond. Mr. Blueberry answers that she must be mistaken, because whales live in the ocean, not in ponds.

Throughout the summer, Emily and Mr. Blueberry exchange letters, until Emily has a happy surprise to share with her teacher. In the process, Emily learns a lot about whales. And Mr. Blueberry leans even more about imagination, faith, and love.

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I did not quite know what to expect with this book, especially by just reading the title. But, upon opening and reading it, I found that it is a fun way of introducing children to whales and letter writing. An unsuspecting young reader can receive both a science and language arts lesson while reading Dear Mr. Blueberry.

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Dear Mr Blueberry by Simon James

This book is brilliant to read to young children or for children in year three onwards to read themselves. It is also fantastic for teaching letter writing, which would be done in year three.
The books plot and premise is a series of written letters going back and forth between Mr Blueberry and a young girl called Emily. They write to each other about whales and how much Emily loves them and wants to have one as a pet.

This book is a great example of how to write Dear Mr Blueberry by Simon James

This book is brilliant to read to young children or for children in year three onwards to read themselves. It is also fantastic for teaching letter writing, which would be done in year three.
The books plot and premise is a series of written letters going back and forth between Mr Blueberry and a young girl called Emily. They write to each other about whales and how much Emily loves them and wants to have one as a pet.

This book is a great example of how to write emotion in letters, and also the working of the imagination. This book is much like many others that contain examples of letter writing. Dear Mr Blueberry is at a slightly higher reading level than Click, Clack, Moo Cow That Type by Doreen Cronin, but not quite as complex as Rumblewick and the Dinner Dragons by Hiawyn Oram and Sarah Warburton.
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