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Bottle Houses: The Creative World of Grandma Prisbrey Characters ☆ PDF, eBook or Kindle ePUB À Amazing Ebook, Bottle Houses: The Creative World of Grandma Prisbrey by Melissa Eskridge Slaymaker This is the best favorite book isbn 9780805071313 format Hardcover and others 32 pages and has3 format Hardcover and others 32 pages and has a text language like Engli. I haven't seen G'ma Prisbrey's bottle buildings but I did grow up in awe of one bottle house perched on a low hill in the town of Grand Lake As a child I met the lady and was impressed that she had built her own house using many glass bottles as well as a variety of other glass items salt and pepper shakers glass insulters from power lines etc The house still stands and most of the glass is still intactPrisbrey got much of her material from the dump Dump hunting is no longer allowed but there are always garage sales and other sources of items that are no longer wanted I appreciate the way this highlights the adage that one person's trash is another person's treasure

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Lissa Eskridge Slaymaker This is the best favorite book isbn 978080507131. Grandma Prisbey created a housing complex using recycled materials from the dump

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Bottle Houses The Creative World of Grandma PrisbreyAmazing Ebook Bottle Houses: The Creative World of Grandma Prisbrey by Me. I stumbled across this book uite by accident or maybe it was serendipity just in time to share with my 3rd 5th graders for Earth Day Wow The kids were mesmerized with the idea of someone building with bottles and the fact that the story was a true one SO many tie ins with this title art recycling Earth Day fiction vs non fiction the Great Depression The author includes a snippet of history about Grandma Prisbey and her village along with a few photographs One warning the link listed at the end of the book is uite dead but a search for Grandma Prisbrey on your favorite search engine will bring up sites with good images I paired this with Something from Nothing by Phoebe Gillman and asked the students tho think about why I might be sharing these two stories with them for Earth Day This combo inspired some great discussion Added April 30 2012Sharing this story with a new crew of upper elementary students I find that the broken link listed at the back of the book offers a great chance to discuss web searches and finding reliable sources Plus my students get to see photos of some of the amazing bottle houses Something else that was neat was how many new things we noticed by sharing the story using a document camera The illustrations are vibrant and creative and often funny