Exclusive Reveal!: Teaching Guide for Raymie Nightingale by Kate DiCamillo
Raymie Nightingale by Kate DiCamillo is out today!
And we are happy to be able to be able to exclusively reveal the teaching guide.
Kate DiCamillo writes heartprint stories, and Raymie Nightingale is no different. Raymie Nightingale shares with the reader a story of three very different girls who all are enveloped in sadness for different reasons and need each other to find their way out. You will love Raymie and the Three Rancheros!
I had so much fun writing this guide, and I hope that many of you find the activities and discussion questions within it useful to you and your students!
Please note: There are some spoilers in the guide, so please be aware if you are reading the guide before reading the book.
You can also access the teaching guide here.
You can learn more about Raymie on Candlewick Press’s Raymie Nightingale page.
Don’t miss out on this one!
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