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Meet the Crestview Elementary 2013 Book Parade Champions

Published on Thursday, March 28, 2013

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“Letters From Rifka”, class of Mrs. Campbell, won the 5th grade championship.

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“Letters From Rifka”, class of Mrs. Campbell, won the 5th grade championship.



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“The Fantastic Secret of Owen Jester”, class of Mrs. Donn, is Battle of the Books Team, and won the 4th grade championship.

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“The Fantastic Secret of Owen Jester”, class of Mrs. Donn, is Battle of the Books Team, and won the 4th grade championship.



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“Jumanji”, class of Mrs. Alexander, won the 3rd grade championship.

Jim Fair

“Jumanji”, class of Mrs. Alexander, won the 3rd grade championship.



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“Mr. Tanen’s Tie Trouble”, class of Mrs. Buckley, won the 2nd grade championship.

Jim Fair

“Mr. Tanen’s Tie Trouble”, class of Mrs. Buckley, won the 2nd grade championship.



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15th Annual Crestview Elementary Book Parade

Winners

Grand Champion: “Night at the Museum: Battle of the Smithsonian”

Mrs. Walsh 3rd Grade Class

5th Grade Champion: “Letters From Rifka”

Mrs. Campbell’s Class

4th Grade Champion: “The Fantastic Secret of Owen Jester”

Battle of the Books Team

Mrs. Donn’s Class

3rd Grade Champion: “Jumanji”

Mrs. Alexander’s Class

 2nd Grade Champion: “Mr. Tanen’s Tie Trouble”

 Mrs. Buckley’s Class

1st Grade Champion: “Diary of a Worm”

Mrs. Young’s Class

Kindergarten Champion: “Underpants Zoo”

Mrs. Kimbler’s Class

Classes, Book Title, Teacher and Judges Award

5th Grade

“Letters From Rifka”

Mrs. Campbell’s Class

Award: Best historical fiction

“War Horse”

Mrs. Gay’s Class

Award: Most unusual

“I Survived September 11”

Ms. Padgett’s Class

Award: Most realistic

“Bud, Not Buddy”

Mr. Taylor’s Class

Award: Most like the book cover

4th Grade

“City of Ember”

Ms. Livington’s Class

Award: Most creatively engineered

“Those Rebels John and Tom”

Mrs. Rowland’s Class

Award: Best non-fiction

“The World According to Humphrey”

Mrs. Sax’s Class

Award: Most eye-catching

“Riding Freedom”

Mrs. Tally’s Class

Award: Most interesting

“The Fantastic Secret of Owen Jester”

Mrs. Donn’s Battle of the Books Team

Award: Most effective use of props

3rd Grade

“Jumanji”

Mrs. Alexander’s Class

Award: Most likely to be in a Macy’s Parade

“Charlie and the Chocolate Factory”

Mrs. Coggins’ Class

Award: Most likely make you want to read the book

“Mr. Popper’s Penguins”

Ms. Pittman’s Class

Award: Most fun

“The Boxcar Children”

Mrs. Ponder’s Class

Award: Best original adaptation

“Night at the Museum: Battle of the Smithsonian”

Mrs. Walsh’s Class

Award: Most creative

“Pete the Cat and his Four Groovy Buttons”

Mrs. Woolf-Barker’s Class

Award: Best character description

2nd Grade

“Mr. Tanen’s Tie Trouble”

Mrs. Buckley’s Class

Award: Best use of third dimension

“Junie B. Jones and the Stupid Smelly Bus”

Mrs. Escamilla’s Class

Award: Best attention to detail

“Dex: The Heart of a Hero”

Mrs. Hawkins’ Class

Award: Most surprising

“Once Upon a Cool Motorcycle Dude”

Mrs. Keffer’s Class

Award: Best fairy tale

“Anansi and the Talking Melon”

Mrs. Townsend’s Class

Award: Best folktale

1st Grade

“Fancy Nancy Stellar Stargazer”

Mrs. McRae’s Class

Award: Best use of color

“Caps for Sale”

Award: Best fantasy

“Diary of a Worm”

Mrs. Young’s Class

Award: Best use of space

“Pete the Cat: I love My White Shoes”

Mrs. Aciernos’ Class

Award: Almost like the book

“Aliens in Underpants”

Mrs. Brown’s Class

Award: Best adventure

“Enemy Pie”

Mrs. Dempsey’s Class

Kindergarten

“Ants in Underpants”

Award: Best costume

The Pout-Pout Fish

Award: Best dressed character

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