So sorry to have been absent for so long! 2018 has not gotten off to a great start. Between traveling to Houston twice for my father’s surgery, an ice storm trapping in us in the hospital and the flu/strep/pneumonia hitting everyone in my household it’s been one heck of a ride!
But, I’m jumping back on the wagon and working on revisions and researching a new nonfiction topic that I think will be quite fun. I’ve got several debut authors lined up for some interviews and giveaways, so make sure you subscribe to the blog!. You can also be on the lookout for my #50PreciousWords challenge (you can se my previous entry here) entry over at author Vivian Kirkfield’s web site. If you aren’t familiar with Vivian, please go visit her blog. She not only writes fabulous books but has tons of activities for kids and writers alike.
I’ve been trying to find more nonfiction books to evaluate since I prefer to write nonfiction, but today’s book is fiction with a twist. Wilma Rudolph was the fastest woman in the world in 1960. This lovely story of friendship revolves around two girls who think they are the quickest girls in Clarksville, Tennessee, Wilma Rudolph’s hometown.
So, I present, Pat Zietlow Miller’s The Quickest Kid in Clarksville.
The Quickest Kid in Clarksville Mentor Study Worksheet
Remember, you can find a blank copy of the Mentor Study Worksheet here.
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Till next time!