Palmerston Public School teacher Marian Stroeder said her Grade 3 and 4 split class wrote to Munsch after doing a unit on fiction which included many of his books. She tied in a letter writing assignment to give her students an authentic experience of letting Munsch know how much they all enjoyed reading his books. The class even took a socially-distanced walking trip to the post office to deliver the letter. Stroeder said the response back was timely and included questions and answers about Munsch, a poster and an unpublished story he wrote that featured the names of all the students in class. She also thinks this will give the students a deeper connection with a local author and foster a love of reading.
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Writing Style Analysis:. Robert Munsch is a storyteller that uses exaggerated expressions and the different voices to entertain his audience. All of his stories were perfected through repeated telling before he writes them in a book to be published. According to Robert Munsch, a perfect story can take up to times of storytelling in order to become perfect! This can take him from days to years to perfect a story even before he is ready to perform it for an audience.
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