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pdf Hip, Hip, Hooray for Annie McRae, ebook Hip, Hip, Hooray for Annie McRae, epub Hip, Hip, Hooray for Annie McRae, doc Hip, Hip, Hooray for Annie McRae, e-pub Hip, Hip, Hooray for Annie McRae, Hip, Hip, Hooray for Annie McRae 3cc433cf73e Sometimes You Can Be Your Own Best Cheerleader Eight Year Old Annie McRae Is Irresistible With Her Toothless Grin, Turquoise Blue Cowboy Boots, And Her Upbeat Twist On Life, She Spends Most Days Surrounded By Cheers Of Hip, Hip, Hooray For Annie McRae From Mom, Dad, Mr Garcia, And Grandma CBut What Happens When The Grownups Are Too Busy To Cheer Don T You Worry Annie Pulls Herself Up By The Bootstraps And Realizes That The Best Hip, Hip, Hoorays Come From Herself And Caring For Others As An Added Bonus, Readers Can Try To Spy The Hidden Horseshoes In Each Illustration Lexile L


10 thoughts on “Hip, Hip, Hooray for Annie McRae

  1. says:

    Really cute kids book by popular LDS speaker My husband took an Elementary reading class from him at BYU, and Brad Wilcox gave us this book and its sequel, There s Always a Way, Annie McRae and signed them to our daughter The books are both very upbeat and bursting with description We love them


  2. says:

    Picture Book The book is so fun and has such a great message We don t have to have others constantly noticing us or talking to us to make us happy, though it is often nice We can make ourselves happy and we can choose to be happy even when things aren t running as they usually do I also love at the end how Annie McRae focuses on her Grandma, having learned a little bit how she can focus on others.


  3. says:

    Annie s family cheers her on every day One day, they aren t there to offer the cheer Annie has a tough day and then decides she can cheer herself on Use to talk about supporting yourself, finding your own motivations.


  4. says:

    This fun book about an eight year old girl teaches a lesson to young and old alike about celebrating all of life s wins , even if you are the only one.


  5. says:

    Picture Book This is a fun quick read and I would use it as a read aloud and maybe as a way to lead into a class discussion about positive self image.


  6. says:

    What I love about this story is that the little girl is able to pull herself up by her own bootstraps Good lesson.


  7. says:

    I loved this book It is a fun book that helps teaches kids that they can make it a good day I loved when Annie was happy the pictures were big and as she got sad the pictures went smaller I loved how they said things like they love when she does


  8. says:

    This book was first introduced to me when the author read it aloud to our school assembly He s going to be my professor this semester EXCITED so I thought I would check it out and and get a little writing vibe going I m interested in reading some of his other works as well, but this one was shorter This book has great tips for students in the back about the whole writing process I plan to share it with my students since they probably don t remember this author visit to our school or it was so long ago that it was before their time And that, my friends, is my whole motivation for making this my first book of 2016 Also, I do read a lot of picture books at the beginning of the year based on the Nerdies, awards given out by the online Nerdy Book Club their blog is fantastic I m not just trying to rack up a bunch of books for my Goodreads Goal, rather, I try to read one additional book than the year prior I also try to read pages than the year prior Sometimes I winsand sometimes I don ts I ll be logging some chapter books before long Happy New Year


  9. says:

    Annie McRae has a great support network The adults in her life recognize and appreciate the great things she does Their comments and praise help put a spring in her step and zing in her swing One day the adults are too busy to notice Annie She feels sad The next day she decides to make herself happy by positive self talk It makes a big difference and she has a great day.A wonderful story for parents and children alike Serves as a great reminder of how powerful words and attitudes are It s great when others notice and praise us, it s important not to really on others though We can create our own happiness Fun illustrations and inspiring story line.


  10. says:

    This was recommended to me today at work by one of my lovely co workers Thanks Tara How have I missed this one It was even a Beehive award nominee So cute and so many very great messages in it Message 1 Positive interaction with parents and others is hugely important in a child s life Message 2 Children can become discouraged when ignored Message 3 Children can and should learn to feed their own souls Message 4 Routines are important and pivotal Nice job Brad Wilcox for the story and Julie Olson for the fun illustrations


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