Jangles: A BIG Fish Story
Texas Bluebonnet Award Nominee 2013 – 2014
Interest Level: Grade 3 - 5
Reading level: not available
DRA not available
Genre: Adventure, Animal Stories, Comedy and Humor, Legends and Myths
A book summary
20 Question Reading Comprehension Quiz with questions covering characters, setting, problem, plot, genre, and theme.
An answer key is provided allowing the teacher to check for student comprehension without reading the entire book.
Jangles: A BIG Fish Story tells the story a giant fish that is too smart to be captured. The father is telling his son stories of Jangles. Through the stories we learn that so many people have tried to capture the fish that its lower lip is filled with hooks and lures. So many in fact, that he jingles as he swims. The boy in the story has a magical adventure with Jangles and then captures him. Jangles asks him to do the right thing. The boy asks what he can do to apologize. The story ends with the father showing a tackle box full of old lures and hooks to his son.
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