Drawing Inference


See the list below for titles we own in the library (at least in one of the elementary libraries), that are recommended for teaching inference.


An angel for Solomon Singer, by Cynthia Rylant
Annie and the Old One, by Miska Miles
Ben's dream, by Chris Van Allsburg
Brave Irene, by William Steig
Carl goes shopping, by Alexandra Day
Creatures of earth, sea and sky: Poems, by Georgia Heard
A day's work, by Eve Bunting
Fables, by Arnold Lobel
Fireflies, by Julie Brinckloe
Fly away home, by Eve Bunting
Free fall, by David Wiesner
The garden of Abdul Gasazi, by Chris Van Allsburg
The gardener, by Sarah Stewart
George and Martha, by James Marshall
Grandfather Twilight, by Barbara Berger
How many days to America: a Thanksgiving story, by Eve Bunting
If you listen, by Charlotte Zolotow
The island of the Skog, by Steven Kellogg
Jumanji, by Chris Van Allsburg
June 29th, 1999, by David Wiesner
Knots on a counting rope, by Bill Martin
Love you forever, by Robert Munsch
The memory string, by Eve Bunting
Mirette on the high wire, by Emily Arnold McCully
Mother earth, father sky: poems of our planet, selected by Jane Yolen
The mysteries of Harris Burdick, by Chris Van Allsburg
No, David!, by David Shannon
Oliver Button is a sissy, by Tomie DePaola
The other side, by Jacqueline Woodson
Peppe, the lamplighter, by Elisa Bartone
Pink and Say, by Patricia Polacco
The rag coat, by Lauren Mills
The royal bee, by Frances Park
See the ocean, by Estelle Condra
Seven blind mice, by Ed Young
Smoky night, by Eve Bunting
Something beautiful, by Sharon Dennis Wyeth
Stellaluna, by Janell Cannon
The stranger, by Chris Van Allsburg
The stray dog, by Marc Simont
The tale of the Mandarin ducks, by Katherine Paterson
Tar beach, by Faith Ringgold
Teammates, by Peter Golenbock
Tight times, by Barbara Shook Hazen
Tree of cranes, by Allen Say
Tuesday, by David Wiesner
Two bad ants, by Chris Van Allsburg
The wall, by Eve Bunting
The Wednesday surprise, by Eve Bunting
Where are you going, Manyoni?, by Catherine Stock
The wreck of the Zephyr, by Chris Van Allsburg
The wretched stone, by Chris Van Allsburg
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