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My Brother Dan's Delicious

by Steven L. Layne

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Dan comes home to find that his parents have announced to the whole world that he has been left home alone. He lets his imagination fun wild and convinces himself that there is a monster in the house. He decides to appeal to the monsters hunger by persuading him that his older brother Dan is a more delicious choice. The author uses descriptive language to help the reader visualize this exciting tale. It is a wonderful mentor text for persuasive writing. ( )
  mkcampbell11 | Nov 26, 2012 |
This would be a great mentor text for older students and a good book to use with Three Billy Goats gruff for younger kids. ( )
  asomers | Jun 7, 2011 |
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When he finds that he is home alone for the first time, a bright eight-and-a-half-year-old boy informs any monsters that might be lurking in the house that his older brother Dan is worth the wait.

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