PART ONE: Chapter 10 discusses nonfiction children’s books. Nonfiction books provide valuable information about historical events, notable people and accomplishments, and nature. Nonfiction gives children an opportunity to see and hear different parts of the world. As with any resource you use with children, it is important to choose quality nonfiction books in the classroom. To prepare for this discussion, Read Chapters 9 and 10 of the course Review “Guidelines for Choosing Quality Nonfiction” in Section 10.3 of the course text. Pick one book from this list of Nonfiction Books for Children Download Nonfiction Books for Children. (ATTACHED) Watch the video linked to the book you chose, so you can hear the story and see the pictures. In your initial post, due by Day 3, Provide the title of your chosen book. Using the guidelines listed in Section 10.3 of the course text, critique the book to determine its quality as a nonfiction text. It should be 250 to 300 words. PART TWO: Continuing with the book from your initial post, think about open-ended questions you could ask your students during its read aloud. Create six questions based on Bloom’s Critical Thinking Cue Questions Download Bloom’s Critical Thinking Cue Questions.(ATTACHED) The document has six boxes. Pick one sentence starter from each box and finish the sentence with a question pertaining to your book. After completing your six questions, you can also provide possible answers students might give. In this final post, answer any questions others have asked of you (100 to 200 words). For a refresher on creating Bloom’s questions, review the Week 4 Final Paper Helpful Hints document, step 6.