This is a collection of questions for the book, Mr. Lemoncello's Library by Chris Grabenstein. I have used it, very successfully, in my classroom to reach all kinds of learners. I use this Mr. Lemoncello's Library close reading unit, specifically, to bridge my readers from answering largely literal questions about their reading to more inferential questions. Many of my students have special needs and need to be provided with guidelines as they write about literature, so you will see reminders about sentence structure. I have used these Mr. Lemoncello questions with my special needs readers as well as will my very capable readers and gifted students. There are questions regarding figurative language, pre-reading assignments, and chapter-by-chapter vocabulary included as well. Mr. Lemoncello's Library is such a meaningful story about middle schooler, Kyle Keeley who is chosen to be one of twelve twelve-year-olds spending the night at his town's brand new public library, designed by Mr. Luigi Lemoncello, famed game creator. Once morning comes, the children are not allowed to just leave, and 24 hours is all they have to form alliances and decipher clues. It is an action-packed page turner! Mr. Lemoncello's Library is a must read for any upper-elementary/middle school classroom.
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