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When The Leaf Blew In by Steve Metzger
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When The Leaf Blew In (edition 2009)

by Steve Metzger, Kellie Lewis (Illustrator)

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Title:When The Leaf Blew In
Authors:Steve Metzger
Other authors:Kellie Lewis (Illustrator)
Info:Cartwheel Books (2009), Paperback, 32 pages
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Tags:farm animals, cause and effect, picture book, circular tale

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I really enjoyed this book because each page began with the previous pages information. This book was an easy reader. I really like that the book began with the same phrase, "When the leaf blew in..." I really enjoyed that the sequence of the story showed cause and effect. The illustrations follow along with the story quite well.
  ssmith93 | Nov 30, 2014 |
This is a story about a barn where a leaf blows in which causes a whole bunch of chaos. Appropriate for grades K-3.
  ashley19738 | Dec 11, 2013 |
This book is about when the leaf blew in the barn, its a good example of a chain reaction book because that is exactly what it was. Everything happens because of a leaf that blew in the barn to make the cow sneeze to scare the bird to hit the tree and so on. I liked this book a lot because it was fun to read and see how the leaf flew and what happened after each disaster. It was cool to see it happen all over again because of an animal sneezing. The grade level for this would be 2-4th grade.
  GaoeeXiong | Oct 1, 2013 |
This is a great example of a chain reaction book. When the robin flew into the tree, the leaf blew into the barn, etc. I would read this to younger elementary students when learning about cause and effect.
  kaylekatzung | Dec 12, 2012 |
When something happened in the story it would result in something else happening. When the leaf blew into the barn was when the chain reaction started. It all began when the robin flew into the tree and the leaf blew in to the barn. This is a great book to start talking to younger children about cause and effect. This would be a fun beginners book to have students state what the causes and effects that took place in the story were.
  amcnutt | Dec 10, 2012 |
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When the leaf blew in...lots of silly things happened on the farm!
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Story about the chain of events happening on a farm when a single leaf blows into the barn.

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