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Me Too Iguana by Jacquelyn Reinach

Me Too Iguana (1977)

by Jacquelyn Reinach

Other authors: Richard Hefter (Illustrator)

Series: Sweet Pickles (9)

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The residents of Sweet Pickle try to help Iguana who wants to be like everyone else she sees.



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Genre: This book is a fantasy story. The story is about a iguana that wants to look exactly like everyone else. We often want to look like other people in real life so this brings the story a little bit of reality. However, iguanas, zebras, and lions do not talk in real life so it is a fantasy. Because there is a element of truth to the non-reality this story is a good example of a fantasy.

Age: Intermediate/ Primary

Media: colored in cut paper

Use: 1. use in a lesson about self esteem in that we all are unique 2. have students write about how it feels to be liked or complimented. ( )
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Iguana had a lovely green color... and a long bumpy tail... and an apartment... and a balcony with a tree growing on it.
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