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Song Lee is upset when she receives hateful notes in class, but she finds an appropriate and positive way to deal with them.
|Statement||by Suzy Kline ; pictures by Frank Remkiewicz.|
|Contributions||Remkiewicz, Frank, ill.|
|LC Classifications||PZ7.K6797 Sn 1999|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||50 p. :|
|Number of Pages||50|
|LC Control Number||98041376|
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Out of 5 stars Song Lee and the I Hate You Notes (Song Lee) Reviewed in the United States on Novem Verified Purchase. Great book and series of books for the younger reader in the family.
Also a great way to get that younger person interested in reading. Read more. Helpful/5(4). Song Lee seemed weak and helpless when she had her head down on her desk after she received hate notes. However, despite the oppositions she faced the person who sent her hate notes. This book describes how a small note could damaged the student emotionally.4/5.
Similar books to Song Lee and the I Hate You Notes An Amazon Book with Buzz: "House of Earth and Blood" by Sarah J. Maas "Truly epic" - Laurell K. Hamilton Learn more/5(4). But when someone sends Song Lee two "I hate you" notes, no one thinks of Harry.
He wouldn't send such mean notes to the nicest person in the class. All the students wonder who wrote them-and what Song Lee is going to do.
Song Lee is the nicest person in Room 3B. That's why no one can figure out why anyone would send her an "I hate you" note. Song Lee takes the first note hard -- tears come to her eyes and she feels sick. But as the notes continue, Song Lee toughens up, and decides to strike back -- with something so gross it's sure to teach the note sender a lesson he or she won't soon forget/5(3).
Song Lee is upset when she receives hateful notes in class, but she finds an appropriate and positive way to deal with them. Song Lee and the "I Hate You" Notes. Suzy Kline. Scholastic, - Korean Americans - 50 pages.
3 Reviews. Song Lee is upset when she receives hateful notes in class, but she finds an appropriate and positive way to /5(3). Song Lee and the "I Hate You" Notes is written for second and third grade students. This book companion contains comprehension questions for each chapter of the book.
You'll also find a sequence of events page, a word search, and a book quiz that includes a combination of multiple choice and short answer questions.4/5(27). Pages can include limited notes and highlighting, and the copy can include previous owner inscriptions.
An ex-library book and may have standard library stamps and/or stickers. At ThriftBooks, our motto is: Read More, Spend Less. Song Lee and the I Hate You Notes by Suzy Kline A copy that has been read, but remains in clean condition.
Song Lee and the I Hate You Notes has 1 reviews and 0 ratings. Reviewer steniollar wrote: Do you like funny book. If you do this book will be a perfect fit for you. Song Lee is very sweet and gentle.
Harry is very funny and unpredictable. Then, Song Lee finds the first?I hate you. note. It said, "Dear Song Lee, I hate you. You?re mean. Signed, Yarn - N + M". At the end, Harry and Doug figured out who gave Song Lee the pink "I hate you notes" folded into eighths.
Song Lee didn?t like the person who wrote them. I enjoyed this book because a lot of characters reminded me of people. Suzy Kline: Song Lee and the "I Hate You" Notes Quiz.
Quiz Who could ever dislike Song Lee. She is probably one of the necest people in school. Someone starts to send he mean notes and it makes her feel terrible, but She won't let them beat her. Take this quiz to test your knowledge of this story. Free Song Lee and the I Hate You Notes study unit worksheets for teachers to print.
Comprehension by chapter, vocabulary challenges, creative reading response activities and projects, tests, and much more. For Song Lee and her friends in Room 3B every day at school is a chance for fun, mystery, and adventure.
Song Lee and the I Hate You Notes. Book 4. Available formats: Ebook (1) When Song Lee–the nicest person in Room 2B–starts getting nasty notes, everyone is shocked. Then Song Lee comes up with a creative way to teach the note sender a. When nice Song Lee starts getting nasty notes, everyone is shocked.
Then Song Lee comes up with a way to teach the note sender a lesson. Book Wizard Song Lee and the "I Hate You" Notes Song Lee and the "I Hate You" Notes. By Frank Remkiewicz, Suzy Kline. Grades. Genre.
Fiction When third-grader Song Lee, the nicest person in. Song Lee And The "I Hate You" Notes. by Suzy Kline. Ratings 15 Reviews published 11 editions. Song Lee is receiving "I hate you" notes from someone in the classroom.
Harry and Doug play investigators and figure out that Mary is sending these notes to Song Lee. This book reflects on the idea that what goes around, comes around/5(9). The complete series list for - Song Lee Suzy Kline. Series reading order, cover art, synopsis, sequels, reviews, awards, publishing history, genres, and time period.
This product is a packet of comprehension questions for the book Song Lee and the I Hate You Notes. There are questions for each chapter. It is a good way to for the students to practice answering in complete sentences and going back in the story to find the answer.
I have also included journal prom 4/5(2). Song Lee and the "I hate you" notes Item Preview remove-circle Borrow this book to access EPUB and PDF files. IN COLLECTIONS.
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That's why no one can figure out why anyone would send her an "I hate you" note. Song Lee takes the first note hard -- tears come to her eyes and she feels sick. To create a series or add a work to it, go to a "work" page.
The "Common Knowledge" section now includes a "Series" field. Enter the name of the series to add the book to it. Works can belong to more than one series. In some cases, as with Chronicles of Narnia, disagreements about order necessitate the creation of more than one series.Horrible Harry is a popular children's book series written by Suzy Kline which is normally used in American elementary schools for teaching reading.
It is based on a 3rd grader named Harry, and his misadventures are told through the words of his best friend, Doug. Harry's and Doug's friends are Sidney, Song Lee, Mary, Ida, and Dexter.With the last day of third grade fast approaching, Doug and Harry face their most difficult adventure yet: saying goodbye to each other.
Song Lee and Mary are busy preparing an end-of-the-year present for their favorite teacher, Mrs. Flaubert, but their excitement can't distract Doug from Harry's lack of interest.