Book Talk - The Three Questions

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Book Talk Summary Likelihood of use in my classroom: 1 2 3 4 5 Student Name: Joyce McHenry Presentation Date: 10-25-2007 Book Title: The Three Questions Author: Jon J. Muth Illustrators: Jon J. Muth Book Format: Picture Interest: Primary (K-3 rd ) Brief Summary of Story: The Three Questions by Jon J. Muth is a story about a young boy named Nikolai who wasn’t sure what was the right way to act, but wanted to be a good person. So he decides that if he can find the answers to his three questions he will know how to be a good person. His three questions are: When is the best time to do things; Who is the most important one; What is the right thing to do? He goes around asking his friend the answers to his questions, but their answers didn’t seem quite right. He then decides to ask Leo, the turtle, and since he has lived a very long time he should know the answers to Nikolai’s questions. When he gets there, Leo is digging a garden, so Nikolai helps him dig while Leo listened to all that Nikolai had to say.
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