Lesson Plans and Teaching Resources for Clementine

Use Clementine by Sara Pennypacker to turn your read aloud or small group work into a time to improve comprehension and talk about the text in purposeful ways.

Clementine is a captivating book that follows the spirited and imaginative third-grader, Clementine, as she navigates a series of entertaining misadventures. Students will laugh out loud as they get to know Clementine and fall in love with her a special kind of warmth, humor, and a touch of whimsy.

This is the perfect text to use for a Book Club focused on nonliteral language. Clementine shares her name with a fruit, names her brother after vegetables, and wants to have bracelets on her teeth like her best friend, Margaret. The text and illustrations provide a rich context for readers to examine how an author's word choice shapes the tone and meaning of the text.

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About the Book

The cover for the book Clementine
Title: Clementine
Author: Sara Pennypacker
Genre: Realistic Fiction
Themes: Self Management, Friendship, Laugh Out Loud, Self Awareness
ISBN: 9780786838837
Publisher's Summary:
In this first book of the series, Clementine tries to help out her friend Margaret, but ends up in a lot of trouble for it. Things get worse each day of the week, until finally she's worried that Margaret is right: Clementine's parents might consider her "the hard one" in the family. They're up to something mysterious; are they thinking they'd be better off if they only had her little vegetable-named brother, Radish, "the easy one?"
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