Corduroy Writes a Letter PDF Ó Corduroy Writes

Corduroy Writes a Letter Lisa notices that her favorite cookies have fewer sprinkles, so her mother suggests that Lisa write a letter to the bakery Lisa is too afraid to write a letter, but Corduroy isn t He writes the letter for her But will the baker listen to advice from a bear Guided reading level K I love Corduroy and I love how this book showed how powerful letters can be and how important it is to speak up and let your voice get heard It was great to see Corduroy not give up and I m glad in the end, the owner of Corduroy decided to finally write a letter too I do think that the concept of writing letters to the places Cordorouy wrote might be a bit outdated since technology has so advanced now with social media and emails, but it still carried the same message to speak up when you see I love Corduroy and I love how this book showed how powerful letters can be and how important it is to speak up and let your voice get heard It was great to see Corduroy not give up and I m glad in the end, the owner of Corduroy decided to finally write a letter too I do think that the concept of writing letters to the places Cordorouy wrote might be a bit outdated since technology has so advanced now with social media and emails, but it still carried the same message to speak up when you see something or want to let someone know about something This cute picture book helps young readers see how helpful writing letters can be The cute little teddy bear, Corduroy, helps Lisa write business letters to the bakery, the movie theater and the local radio station As a result, the bakery s cookies havesprinkles, the lights on the marquee sign are replaced, and Lisa s favorite song is playedoften on the radio This would be a good way to talk to kids about writing business letters. When Lisa s cookies have fewer sprinkles, Corduroy writes a letter to the baker and when the theater marque is missing a few light bulbs Corduroy write a letter to the owner, and both letters gets results Finally Lisa writes a letter to her favorite radio station, and it gets the best results of all This story shows the reader the power of the written word.

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