Good titles for drunk driving essay

Grades 3 - 6
Charlotte's Web by E. B. White. Illustrated by Garth Williams. Novel. 282 pages.
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This book that's brought tears and laughter to so many generations is a book that we tend to take for granted. No other book in the field has handled the inevitability of the cycle of life with more skill and wisdom. At the same time White pokes gentle fun at advertising and human nature while he celebrates the simplicities of farm life. One more beauty of the work is that it can be understood on so many levels. Children much younger than eight may be too young to deal with the death of a favorite character, but kids from that age up can usually handle it. Read More in our Featured Book Teachers Guide with discussion questions, extension activities, related books and links.

  • Grades 4 - 8
    Everywhere by Bruce Brooks. Novel. 70 pages.
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    The action in this brief novel takes place during one trauma-filled day. Peanuts' beloved grandfather may well be dying. When Lucy Pettibone, a black woman who claims to be a nurse is called to the house, she brings her nephew Dooley to keep Peanuts company while she and his grandmother tend to the patient. Peanuts' grief and anxiety are overwhelming and the gullible, vulnerable child quickly grasps at Dooley's outrageous plan to switch the grandfather's soul with that of a turtle. We’re as repulsed and torn as Peanuts is as the day draws to its climax and just as relieved when Grandfather and Peanuts, upon the former’s recovery, find that the turtle’s life was never really in jeopardy. Read More in our Featured Book Teachers Guide with discussion questions, extension activities, related books and links. (Continued Below)

    A drunk walks into a bar, orders a shot and and immediately pukes all over his own shirt. "Wha' my gonna do now? My wifez gonna kill me."

    "Relax," the bartender says, "give me a five-dollar bill." The bartender folds up the bill and puts it in the guy's shirt pocket. "Tell your wife some drunk puked on you and gave you five bucks to have your shirt cleaned."

    "Thass a great idea!"

    When the drunk gets home his wife answers the door. "Where have you been? What happened to your shirt?"

    He tries to put on a sober voice and says, "Relaaax honey, some drunk guy puked on me and gave me five bucks to have my shirt cleaned."

    The drunk's wife reaches in his pocket, grabs the money, and says, "There's $10 in here!"

    "Oh yeah, he sh*t my pants, too."

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