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Published by G.P. Putnam"s Sons in New York .
Written in English

Subjects:

  • Letter writing -- Fiction,
  • Brothers -- Fiction,
  • Babies -- Fiction,
  • Sharing -- Fiction,
  • Family life -- Fiction,
  • Humorous stories

Book details:

About the Edition

Through a series of brief letters to his parents, Alex presents all the reasons why he should not have to share a room with his younger brother.

Edition Notes

StatementKaren Kaufman Orloff ; illustrated by David Catrow.
GenreFiction
ContributionsCatrow, David J., ill.
Classifications
LC ClassificationsPZ7.O6332 Iaw 2011
The Physical Object
Paginationp. cm.
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL24062708M
ISBN 109780399254055
LC Control Number2009040106

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  K-Gr 3—In this companion to I Wanna Iguana (Putnam, ), irrepressible Alex is back with a new entreaty—his own room, puh-leez—played out in another series of letter exchanges. Now sharing a room with his younger brother in the wake of his sister's birth, Alex delivers his first written plea to Mom, who, in the depths of postpartum /5(4). I Wanna New Room is a humorous book that can give kids a new outlook on the situation. The wonderful illustrations by David Catrow add to the flair and /5(81). Books and Authors Top Teaching Blog Teacher's Tool Kit Student Activities The Teacher Store Book Clubs Book Fairs Scholastic Education I Wanna New Room. By David Catrow, Karen Kaufman Orloff. Grades. PreK-K, M. Genre. Fiction Ever since their baby sister came along, Alex has been forced to share a room with his little brother, Ethan. Karen Kaufman Orloff is the author of many books for children including  I Wanna Iguana,  I Wanna New Room, and  I Wanna Go Home, all inspired by her son's pet iguana who quickly grew to be over four feet long and take over his room. She also writes a humorous column on family life every other week for The Poughkeepsie Journal/5().

I Wanna New Room * Your Turn * Alex tried to convince his parents that he needed a new bedroom. He had many reasons why he needed it and his parents had parents reasons why it wasn’t going to happen. You need to think of something you want. You need to try to convince your parents (your audience) why it’s a good idea! Think of many Size: 1MB. In this book, Alex decides to write some more convincing letters to explain to his parents why he needs a new room. As a mentor text, I would use this story to help teach persuasive writing. Students of all ages can use this book to learn about the power of persuasive writing/5(2). About I Wanna New Room A hilarious companion to I Wanna Iguana. Ever since their baby sister came along, Alex has been forced to share a room with his little brother, Ethan, and it’s a nightmare. Ethan always breaks stuff, snores like a walrus, and sticks crayons up his nose. This is a writing unit that is based on the book I Wanna New Room by Karen Kaufman Orloff (author of the popular I Wanna Iguana). It is a persuasive/opinion writing project that is aligned to the Common Core State Standards for opinion writing.

I Wanna New Room is a humorous book that can give kids a new outlook on the situation. The wonderful illustrations by David Catrow add to the flair and /5(70).   I Wanna New Room - Ebook written by Karen Kaufman Orloff. Read this book using Google Play Books app on your PC, android, iOS devices. Download for offline reading, highlight, bookmark or take notes while you read I Wanna New Room/5(8).   ‎ A hilarious companion to I Wanna Iguana. Ever since their baby sister came along, Alex has been forced to share a room with his little brother, Ethan, and it's a nightmare. Ethan always breaks stuff, snores like a walrus, and sticks crayons up his nose. No hardworking, well /5(4). A hilarious companion to I Wanna Iguana. Ever since their baby sister came along, Alex has been forced to share a room with his little brother, Ethan, and it's a nightmare. Ethan always breaks stuff, snores like a walrus, and sticks crayons up his nose. No hardworking, well-behaved, practically grown-up boy like Alex should have to put up with that!4/5(4).