Oh gosh, she is a great author... one of my favorites!
I always read Dear Mr. Falker to my students. (It makes me tear up every cotton-pickin' time!) I also like Mrs. Mack. Rechenka's Eggs is a good Easter time read-aloud. We do the Civil War in 5th grade, so Pink and Say is an excellent cross-curricular link! And John Phillip Duck has always been a class favorite.
I have about 20 or so of her books. A lot of it depends on what grade you teach. Some of her books are higher level picture books that are great read-a-louds. What grade do you teach? Thank you, Mr. Falker is probably her most popular. I love Mr. Lincoln's way and many many others!!
My all-time favorite is The Keeping Quilt. At Christmas I can't do without Welcome Comfort, The Trees of the Dancing Goats and Uncle Vova's Tree. Good for connecting to reading strategies, writing, or character ed are My Rotten Red-Headed Older Brother, Meteor!, The Bee Tree or Thunder Cake.
Actually, you can't go wrong with any of her books! Happy reading!
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It has two of her stories that students can listen to. They include Thank You Mr. Falker and My Rotten Redheaded Older Brother. Both are good. Patricia Polacco's website is also excellent.