Monday, April 1, 2019

Week 28 PBID Question

Welcome to April! The snow is nearly gone, and spring has started to make an appearance. What better way to start April? Happy April 1, everybody!

There is no video this week to reveal last week's answer, but there is a new question. So if you were on spring break and missed last week's Picture Book Identification Challenge question, you now have two questions for this week, and next week's video will give two answers. That's two picture books to identify, one for March 25 and one for April 1!

Because this is the Picture Book Identification Challenge and today is Monday, April 1. Good luck identifying this picture book.


What is the title of this, eh-hem, picture book?

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10 comments:

  1. The Book with No Pictures! - Mrs. Rogus' 2nd graders

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  2. The title is "The Book With No Pictures" and it is a redonkulous book! ~Mrs. Smith's 1st Graders

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  3. Mrs. Anderson's 2nd grade classApril 1, 2019 at 3:50 PM

    We think you are "pulling our leg" with your question this week.
    We want a picture or an extra clue if you are really serious!!
    Please and thank you!!

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    1. Nope. I'm not pulling anyone's leg. Not even the leg of a "robot monkey." Or the leg of someone whose "head is made of blueberry pizza."

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  4. These are the book titles my students came up with:

    It's April Everyone
    It's April, Class
    You Pranked Us
    April Fool's
    Paper
    Nothing
    -Mrs. Francis' 2nd Grade Class

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    1. Sorry. Those all sound like great books, but none of them are the correct answer. I took a real photo of the book and then I cropped the photo to show the most important picture.

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  5. Mrs. Jungmann's class from Ellsworth Elementary School have the answer. It's the Book with NO Pictures. Thanks for the fun question.

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  6. Dean in Mrs. Frion's class new right away that it was The Book With No
    Pictures by B. J. Novak.

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  7. Mrs. Anderson's 2nd classApril 3, 2019 at 11:11 AM

    We think it is The Book With No Pictures!
    Thank you for the "hints"!

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