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What are some scary gothic picture/children books?

One's like:
Gris Grimly Story Books
Where The Wild Things Are
Mollie Whuppie And The Giant
My Mama Says There Aren't Any Zombies Ghosts, Vampires, Creatures, Demons, Monsters, Fiends, Goblins, Or Things
Glad Monster Sad Monster
The Spider And The Fly
Go Away Big Green Monster!
Cinderella Skeleton
Good Babies: A Tale of Trolls, Humans, a Witch and a Switch
The Mysteries of Harris Burdick
Night of the Gargoyles
One Monster After Another
There's A Nightmare In My Closet
Thingumajig Books
Thirteen O' Clock
Skelly The Skeleton Girl
Odd Numbers.

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Depends what age:

Check out Patricia Moffett website, Details below.

My list of books:
Girl Missing By Sophie Mackenzie
The Midnight Ghosts
The Canterville Ghost
Oliver Moon and the Spider Spell
My Swordhand is Singing by Marcus Sedgwick
The Road of Bones by Anne Fine
The Road Of The Dead By Kevin Brooks
Just In Case By Meg Rosoff
What I Was by Meg Rosoff
How I Live Now by Meg Rosoff
Beast By Ally Kennen
The Medici Seal by Theresa Breslin
Here Lies Arthur by Philip Reeve
Finding Violet Park by Jenny Valentine
Snakehead (Alex Rider) by Anthony Horowitz
The Penalty by Mal Peet
Tunnels (Tunnels 1) by Roderick Gordon; Brian Williams
Before I Die by Jenny Downham
Crusade by Elizabeth Laird
The Boy in the Striped Pyjamas (Definitions) by John Boyne.

Do Australian children sing "God Save the Queen" in school?

Are Her Majesty's youngest subjects taught to properly honour their sovereign? Are Her Majesty's portraits hung in schools to engender reverence?

Posted by JamieB
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When I went to school can't remember singing God Save The Queen but we did recite 'I am an Australian, I love my country, I salute The British Empire' not sure of the rest of it.
God Save The Queen was played at all Picture Theatres, major sporting events etc. Until Advance Australia Fair was voted on in a referendum.
Can't remember a portrait of the Queen hanging in school, but some Shire Councils still have her portrait hanging in the board room, pride of place above the Shire President's chair.

Know some good picture books?

I plan on teaching a unit in which my sophomore English students (high school) explore questions they have about other cultures around the world. The plan is to have them research the answers and turn that research into children's books. I would like to have some models, real picture books that give insight into other cultures around the world.

If nothing else, can you help me find a good place to start?

Posted by Huerter0
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The Singing Man by: Angela Medearis is based on a folktale from Nigeria. It is a 4th-5th grade picture book. Also, try the public library. They will have a cultural section in the children's section. If not, the librarian can help you. I often have to get books from the public library for my 5th grade class.

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