Writing my way through the school year!

Another giveaway! YEAH! This time I am giving away a copy of the picture book, Stinky Steven Stench!”   This book was written by Lavern T. Robinson, who is a 14 year ELA teacher.  It was illustrated by Lowell Hildebrandt.  This is her first children’s book and she is very excited about sharing it with other educators!

“If you enjoy the tongue twisting craft of alliteration, this book is for you.  Stinky Steven Stench and his sassy sister are always squabbling.  See how their everyday sibling rivalries lead to disaster.”

I am sure your students will empathize with Steven and his sister, while learning how alliteration can bring a story to life!  Hopefully, it will encourage them to create their own stories using figurative language!

The book is available at Amazon.com, Barnes and Noble, and AuthorHouse.com!

So, if you add a comment to this post, your name will be added to the drawing!  I will use Random.org to choose the lucky winner. The drawing will end on February 26, 2012! Good luck to all!

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Comments on: "“Stinky Steven Stench” Picture Book Giveaway! A Story of Alliteration!" (39)

  1. Thanks for sharing this new title, and new author!

  2. Melissa Hughes said:

    What a neat book!

  3. Would love a copy of this book to share with my students.

  4. Anna Salgado said:

    I wish I had had this book last week when I was teaching alliteration. Many of my students love the humor that alliteration allows them in their writing.

    • LaVern T. Robinson said:

      It’s not too late to maybe share the book and have students create their own stories using alliteration.

  5. David Becroft said:

    Thanks for the opportunity and the awesome insights.

  6. Colleen Furlong said:

    Awesome Alliteration!

    • LaVern T. Robinson said:

      It was a fun book to write!! I had over 81 of my students act as my sounding board for this project.

  7. Wow, looks like a great book.

  8. Jean Taraba said:

    What a great way to show my students how techniques like alliteration spice up their writing!

  9. I always loved teaching alliteration!

  10. awesome! tnx for sharing:)

  11. Julie A. Duncan said:

    I would love adding this book to my collection. Thank you for sharing!

  12. Children learn so much while ‘playing’ with words. As I teach my first graders a new poem or song it ‘stays’ with them because of our beautiful language. Alliteration is especially fun! Thanks for your blog…I learn a lot from reading it.

  13. Cecy Equihua said:

    I love alliteration! Thanks!

  14. This book looks super fun, I’m sure my classroom kiddos would LOVE it!

  15. I’d love a copy of this book to share in the classroom!

  16. Great! I was looking for new book titles for figurative language and sound devices. Thanks for the heads up 🙂

  17. Marcy Prager said:

    More books like this are needed to “model” alliteration for students so they can begin to use it effectively in their writing. Thank you for giving teachers and students what they need!

  18. This looks like a fun way to teach alliteration! 🙂

  19. Jennifer Moore said:

    This looks like a great book to teach alliteration! 🙂

  20. I would love to share this book with my students and would like to be entered into the drawing

  21. Love the book! It would be fun to win and share through the media center! I am the media specialist.

  22. Sounds like a great book!

  23. Maryann Marron said:

    ALLeluia! ALLiteration is ALive!!!

  24. Nudrat Rahman said:

    Thanks for sharing. An amazing resource !

  25. I just discovered your site. I love your posts. I too love technology in the classroom. My classroom would love a copy of this book. Thank your for sharing.

  26. Kellie Ward said:

    I would love to share this book with my students. I just introduced them to tongue twisters, I think this book would help in furthering their understanding. Thank you for sharing!

  27. Adrienne Pomeroy said:

    Would love to share this with my students!

  28. I love free books!

  29. This book looks fantastic!

  30. Richard Schroeder said:

    I can’t wait to win the book.

    Thanks for posting. I will be ordering one for my library and kids.

  31. LaVern T. Robinson said:

    Good Morning Everyone!
    My name is LaVern T. Robinson, the author of Stinky Steven Stench. Thank you for all of the wonderful comments! I wanted to give a special thanks to Lisa for allowing me to be a part of your community.

    With Poetry Month right around the corner, this is an excellent resource to use with your students. The eBook and lesson plans are on the way! If you have any questions, please feel free to email me at lrobinsonwriteroute@live.com. Thank you again for your support!

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