Use your students' favorite literature books to develop their higher-level thinking skills. Includes over two hundred questions on favorites such as: Charlotte's Web, James and the Giant Peach, Little House on the Prairie, The Great Kapok Tree, and Sarah, Plain and Tall, plus 11 others. Stimulate your students' range of thinking skills with these ready-to-use questions: " Name the three most important reasons the animals gave the man not to cut down the Kapok tree. Why did you choose those three? If Charlotte had been a city spider instead of a farm spider, how would her life have been different? What might happen in the sequel to the story?" Questions are provided in convenient, reproducible, question card format, perfect for the engaging, cooperative questioning activities provided. Also includes reproducible prompts for journal writing and activities for student-generated questions. Release the power of higher-level thinking through your students' favorite books. 160 pages.