Dr Xargle’s Book of Earthlets by Jeanne Willis, , available at Book Depository with free delivery worldwide. Use Jeanne Willis’ book about Dr Xargle in your classroom with our collection of cross-curricular teaching ideas and classroom activities. Dr Xargle lectures his alien students about ‘Earthlets’ – strange plump-cheeked beings that are wrapped in sheep’s hairdos, are definitely NOT born with fangs.

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Having said that, the lesson on Earth tiggers is xarfle or less true, for instance my Earth tigger certainly does use her ‘thorns’ for ‘climbing steep Earthlets’! Dr Gillings rated it liked it Jun 26, They come in four colours.

We can also think about how the aliens may describe other creatures on planet earth. It teaches children that humans are all different colors but they’re the same.


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It strikes me perhaps too earnestly that the book is absolutely perfect for the situation where an elder child, used to being “special”, finds it difficult to adjust to the arrival of a baby sibling.

However, it is not diverse xrgle all students. Read more about Ginger and the Mystery Visitor. Web page addresses and e-mail addresses turn into links automatically.

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I found this among my books today, and remembered that I enjoyed Dr Xargle when I was little, so I read it in a couple of minutes. The Best Books of Dec 07, Brea added it Shelves: While the book is not the most exciting, it can be used to introduce metaphors and similies to upper Key stage 2.

Children’s literature portal Television portal. Of course, Willis’ story is a much more “lightweight” version of that, but I think it will amuse kids while also providing a subtle but valuable message.

Lists with This Book. By using our website you agree to our use of cookies. October Learn how and when to remove this template message. Dr Xargle’s book of earth relations by Jeanne Willis. Tens and Units Match A sheet which requires children to match amounts of tens and units to their combined total. Children will find the story humorous and interesting. Elizabeth rated it really liked it Jul 19, There are several Dr Xargle books.


Unnamed in the books, the planet was identified as Planet Queeg, and the children were called Queegles. Like many concepts in the book world, “series” is a somewhat fluid and contested notion.

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Pink, brown, black or yellow. Science Fiction Picture Book Themes: To create a series or add a work to it, go to a “work” page. An alien instructs his class on strange and interesting facts about little baby earthlets.