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Elgin Scalzi EDU 225 Author of the Week – Robert Munsch 1. This man here… had a huge family. He had eight other siblings, which by my recollection is a LOT of kids to have. That was quite an interesting fact. Another cool thing I learned about this author is that really funny. Not only by his pictures, but by the way he describes his past. Even the points where he’s talking about his failures and how his brother was so much smarter than he was, he still makes it funny. This so far is a good set up to my impression on this author, and will make me enjoy his work more. A third fact about him was that he was the author of Goodnight Moon! I loved that book! And this silly man wrote it! That is the most interesting fact to me. 2. I listened to Class Clown . It was sooooooooo funny (this is a reference to the book). In reality, I wasn’t the hugest fan of this story. It was kind of boring and dull. Since I’m not a child who is interested in it, I may have not been the “intended demographic”. I felt like it lack luster and was repetitive to an unattractive amount. One thing I liked about the
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  • Spring '14
  • AmyE.Kiley
  • Children's Literature, Attention-deficit hyperactivity disorder, class clown, Robert Munsch, Author Of The Week, AOTW, Mrs. Blohm, twelfth grade literature

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