Where Is White Rabbit? is a book about a little girl Anna. Things are going missing at Anna’s house – her white rabbit, her brother’s sweatshirt, and her mum’s gardening glove. Anna and her brother set out to solve the mystery. Features of the Book – Direct speech, – New clues revealed throughout the plot, – Third-person narrative, – Mystery, Word Study Opportunities – Compound words – bedroom, footprints, lookout, – Contractions – can’t, don’t, he’s, she’d, they’ll, we’ll, where’s, – Verb endings “ed” and “ing” – asked, checked, peered; boring, digging, gardening, missing, Purpose Where Is White Rabbit? can be used to introduce and reinforce the following standards-related skills: – making connections between own experiences and the text, – recognising the structural features of a text, for example, theme, plot, setting, characters, – paraphrasing and summarising information, – exploring the digraph “ch”, – writing a letter.
Themes covered in this book are: Problem Solving, Pets, Responsibility
Reading Level: 19-20 (Purple)