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The 100th Day of School From the Black Lagoon

by Mike Thaler

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Genre: Realistic Fiction and Fantasy
Review: This book is an example of realistic fiction because schools today have a celebration for the 100th Day of School, however the characters within this story are not real. It is a weak example of fantasy because in the illustrations there are animals talking but in the story itself the animals do not talk.
Age Appropriateness: Primary, Intermediate ( )
  Pieper | Mar 11, 2012 |
Genre: Fantasy
Review: The author stays true to the genre of fantasy by creating a story where the characters, setting and events are made to be believable. The stroy follows Hubie as his class at school gets ready to celebrate 100s day. Hubie can't decide what to bring. The fantasy part plays in when you see Hubie's teachers who are an alligator and there are talking animals.
Media: Pencil ( )
  adaniel11 | Mar 10, 2012 |
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To celebrate the 100th day of school everyone must bring in 100 of something. Hubie can't decide what to bring.

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