The Tortoise and the Hare

The Tortoise and the Hare The boastful hare thinks no creature can beat him in a race but his overconfidence is tested in a race against a slow moving tortoise

  • Title: The Tortoise and the Hare
  • Author: Graham Percy
  • ISBN: 9781602532045
  • Page: 189
  • Format: Hardcover
  • The boastful hare thinks no creature can beat him in a race, but his overconfidence is tested in a race against a slow moving tortoise.

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    1. Title: The Tortoise and the HareAuthor: Graham PercyIllustrator: (if different than author)Genre: FableTheme(s): Animals, Slow and Steady Wins the Race, ChallengesOpening line/sentence:There once was a proud hare who loved to show off.Brief Book Summary: A hare thinks that no one can beat him in a race. But he is too overconfident, and ends up losing the race to the tortoise. He learns that sometimes, slow and steady is the best pace.Professional Recommendation/Review #1: (Horn Books)(4) K-3 ser [...]

    2. The hare thinks he is the fastest animal in the land. He challenges tortoise to a race. Tortoise accepts his race. As Hare is speeding by he decides to take a nap. Tortoise continues in a slow and steady pace. Tortoise passes Hare and is coming to the end of the race when Hare wakes up. Hare hurries to the finish line, but he's too late Tortoise has already won. A slow and steady pace sometimes is best.

    3. This story promotes the phrase "slow and steady win the race". Mr. Hare was very confident that he was the fastest animal in the land. Mr. Tortoise challenged him to a race and Mr. Hare accepted knowing he would win. Unfortunately, Mr. Hare's confidence rose above him causing him to lose and Mr. Tortoise won the race.

    4. Curricular Connection: I could connect this book to the writing process of all grade levels. I could read this story and remind the students about how quality work is a process and that it can't be rushed.

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