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A Home Reading Report

A Home Reading Report

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A Home Reading Report

Submitted by:

Lalaine Zachary H. Anacay
Grade IV – SPED

Submitted to:

Mrs. Jenny B. Rejuso
Teacher Title: The Ant and the Grasshopper

Author: Benita N. Miranda Publisher: Book Wise Publishing House, Inc. Date of Publication: Copyright 2008 Number of pages: 2 Brief Summary:
One summer morning, the ant was busy gathering foods that will be consumed during the rainy days, while the grasshopper was singing joyfully under the sun. The grasshopper asked the ant why is he very busy working and gathering foods when there is so plenty to eat at that moment. The ant replied that he is saving food for the coming rainy days and asking the grasshopper to do the same. But the grasshopper didn’t heed. Then the rainy days came. The grasshopper couldn’t find any food and he was very hungry. On the other hand, the ant was happy and he had enough food stacks until the season’s ends. The grasshopper visited his friend ant. He asked his friend to spare him some food for he was dying in hunger. The ant sadly replied that he can’t give anything to him for the food is just enough for his family.

Settings: Meadows Characters: Ant and Grasshopper

Theme/Plot: The ant wants to teach the grasshopper how to save food for the
rainy days.

Moral Lesson: The story tells the importance of saving so that we can use it in
times of need.

Comment: The ant shows the value of work and the benefits of saving.

Title: The City Mouse and the Barrio Mouse Author: Benita N. Miranda

Publisher: Book Wise Publishing House, Inc. Date of Publication: Copyright 2008 Number of pages: 2 Brief Summary:
One day, the City Mouse visits his friend Barrio Mouse. The Barrio Mouse prepared some food but the City Mouse didn’t like the food. He convinced his friend to live with him in the city where there are lots of delicious foods. So Barrio Mouse went with the City Mouse to the city. City Mouse took him to the kitchen of a big house. They were enjoying eating cheese and biscuits in the cupboard when a girl came into the room. They run away as fast as they can to the City Mouse hole. The Barrio Mouse decided to go back to his own home that very day. He said to his friend that even though he hasn’t much food in the barrio, he felt much safer to his home rather than in the city.

Settings: Barrio, Kitchen, City Mouse’s hole. Characters: City Mouse, Barrio Mouse and the girl who owns the house Theme/Plot: The City Mouse wants to bring his friend Barrio Mouse to the City
to enjoy the delicious foods.

Moral Lesson: The story tells that it is not bad to live simple and not to be
greedy.

Comment: The City Mouse lives luxuriously in expense of danger while the
Barrio Mouse wants to live simple yet peaceful.

Title: The Poor Man Who Became Rich Author: Benita N. Miranda Publisher: Book Wise Publishing House, Inc. Date of Publication: Copyright 2008

Number of pages: 2 Brief Summary:
There was a poor man named Mr. Garcia. He was the poorest man in town. He had very little money. He lived in a small hut and slept on its floor. He had only few clothes to wear and most are old and torn. He ate the cheapest food. Sometimes, he ate only one meal a day. But he was the most industrious man and he worked very hard. He saves what he earned for many years of working. He spent his money very wisely and bought things that were only necessary. Soon he became the richest man in town. He lived in the biggest and the most beautiful house. He now lives happily but still continues to work hard.

Settings: Town Characters: Mr. Garcia Theme/Plot: Mr. Garcia was very poor but he strives very hard and became the
richest man in town.

Moral Lesson: The story tells that striving hard brings fruitful reward.

Comment: The perseverance and hard work of Mr. Garcia led him to success.

Title: The Turtle and the Rabbit Author: Benita N. Miranda Publisher: Book Wise Publishing House, Inc. Date of Publication: Copyright 2008 Number of pages: 2

Brief Summary:

One day, a rabbit met a turtle. He asked the turtle why he cant run as fast as him. The turtle felt insulted and said that he can also run fast as he does. To prove it, they had a race. So the race started early in tthe afternon at a tree near the river. The rabbit ran fast and he was very much ahead of the turtle. He felt tired and took a rest under the shade of the tree and went fast asleep. The turtle continued to walk though he felt tired. Soon he was nearing the finish line. He just rest when he was already done. The rabbit woke up. He loked back but he didn’t see the turtle. He ran as fast as he could but the turtle was already at the finish line. The turlte was the winner.

Settings: Mango Tree near the river and the Nipa hut beside the farm Characters: Rabbit and Turtle Theme/Plot: The rabbit insults the turtle about being slow. They bet in a race
and the turtle won because of patience and hard work.

Moral Lesson: The story tells that you must not give up easily and not to judge
the book by its cover.

Comment: The rabbit learned his lesson not to underestimate another because
of their appearance and disabilities.

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