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Raven,
That was good that you send me the book. Thank you again! It seems this book is a part of a series and looks like a famous one. I realize that the book offers a lot to support or improve emergent literacy skills. It has new words and has written in rhyme. Lastly, it is a real life situation.
This text reveals a couple key words about anger emotion. If you want to continue in this direction, you might consider to focus on activities that will developing vocabulary or improving word knowledge about the words related emotions; happiness, sadness, fear, boredom, love and loneliness. There are some key words related to negative emotions, you might consider talking about: yucky, mad, smash, crash, fuss, drama, boring.
On the other hand,

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