Friday, April 13, 2012

The Big Nate Series by Lincoln Peirce



Donna Kouri is a National Board Certified teacher-librarian. Last month, she hosted author-illustrator Lincoln Peirce, the best-selling author of the Big Nate series. He spent the entire day in her school library. During his visit, he taught six small groups about writing and cartooning.

I asked Donna to complete the following sentence starters using eleven words or fewer.

* When I told my students Lincoln Peirce was coming to our library, they squealed with excitement.

* Lincoln Peirce inspired my students to have confidence in their work. Students left feeling like artists.

*I think Lincoln Peirce should visit your school library because he will keep all students entertained and engaged.

*Lincoln stressed cartooning does not require technical drawing skills. Anyone can do it.

*Kids check out Lincoln’s books because they make them laugh and they can relate to Nate.

*Big Nate: Comix By You is a fun way for students to create their own comics.


*Big Nate Goes for Broke is being carried around school and read by MANY students.


* Mr. Schu, you should have asked me about how he managed to interact with every student during his presentation.

Thank you, Donna, for dropping by Watch. Connect. Read. to tell us about your successful author visit.


Visit BigNateBooks.com to read excerpts, play games, and learn more about Lincoln.


Lincoln discusses Big Nate on a Roll.


Vocab Gal sits down with Lincoln Peirce.

Borrow Big Nate Goes For Broke from your school or public library. Whenever possible, please support independent bookshops.

1 comment:

  1. Wow, what a cool experience to have Lincoln Peirce there all day! Fun to read about his visit, Donna.

    ReplyDelete