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Literature Connections, The Cay and Related Readings

by Theodore Taylor

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Literature Connections, Trouble River and Related Readings

by Betsy Byars

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Sounder: A Puffin Book (Perennial Classics Ser. #28)

by William H. Armstrong James Barkley

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Adam of the Road (Newbery Library, Puffin Ser.)

by Elizabeth Gray Robert Lawson

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Chocolate Fever

by Robert Kimmel Smith Gioia Fiammenghi

Henry loves chocolate so much, it practically flows through his veins. Chocolate cake, chocolate cereal, chocolate syrup, chocolate milk and chocolate cookies-and that's just breakfast! Still, it comes as a shock when he suddenly breaks out in chocolaty brown spots and is diagnosed with none other than . . . Chocolate Fever. Rather than be poked and prodded by doctors, Henry runs away, starting an adventure that puts him in the path of schoolyard bullies, on the road with truckers and up against dangerous thieves. But at the end of it all, the question remains: Is there a cure for Chocolate Fever?

Frog and Toad Together (I Can Read #Level 2)

by Arnold Lobel

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Julie of the Wolves (Julie Of The Wolves Ser. #1)

by Jean Craighead George John Schoenherr

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by Cynthia Lord

This 2007 Newbery Honor Book is a humorous and heartwarming debut about feeling different and finding acceptance. Now in After Words paperback! Twelve-year-old Catherine just wants a normal life. Which is near impossible when you have a brother with autism and a family that revolves around his disability. She's spent years trying to teach David the rules from "a peach is not a funny-looking apple" to "keep your pants on in public"---in order to head off David's embarrassing behaviors. But the summer Catherine meets Jason, a surprising, new sort-of friend, and Kristi, the next-door friend she's always wished for, it's her own shocking behavior that turns everything upside down and forces her to ask: What is normal?

Glencoe World History

by Jackson J. Spielvogel

What makes a great world history textbook? Thorough scholarship and an engaging story Glencoe World History is a full-survey world history program authored by a world-renowned historian, Jackson Spielvogel, and the National Geographic Society. Experiencing world history and understanding its relevance to the modern world is the goal of this program. The program addresses the importance of motivating students and engaging them in meaningful learning?learning that links the past with issues confronting young people today. Glencoe World History addresses student learning on many levels and encourages the reader to become actively involved with the beautifully presented content. .

The Pilgrims' First Thanksgiving

by Ann McGovern

NIMAC-sourced textbook <P><P>Elroy Freem (the pseudonym of a popular children's book artist) gives this reissue of a favorite story new life. Teachers, parents, and children will give thanks for this easy-to-read, larger format book with lively, full-color illustrations.

My Brother Sam is Dead (Pathways To Critical Thinking)

by James Lincoln Collier Christopher Collier

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The Ostrich Chase

by Moses L. Howard

Although the women are forbidden to participate in the hunt, a young Bushman girl determines to realize her dream of hunting an ostrich.

Roberto Clemente [Grade 6]

by Kenneth Rudeen Robert Brown

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Literature Connections, Dragonwings and Related Readings

by Laurence Yep

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Stone Soup: An Old Tale

by Marcia Brown

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Tuck Everlasting, Literature Circle Edition

by Natalie Babbitt

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Why Mosquitoes Buzz in People’s Ears: A West African Tale

by Verna Aardema Leo Dillon Diane Dillon

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Frog and Toad All Year (I Can Read! Level 2 Ser.)

by Arnold Lobel

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Roll of Thunder, Hear My Cry: Instructional Guides for Literature (York Notes)

by Mildred D. Taylor

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The Boxcar Children

by Gertrude Chandler Warner L. Kate Deal

The New York Times-bestselling tale of four orphaned siblings who will do anything to stick together, featuring more than thirty original illustrations. Henry, Jessie, Violet, and Benny Alden take care of one another. They have no parents, no other family--except for a grandfather they don't care to see--and no home . . . until the night they find the boxcar. Old, rusty, lonely, and abandoned in the woods, it's the perfect home for four brave children on their own. Through hard work and courage, the Aldens begin to build a life full of fun and adventure. But when they're faced with a problem they can't solve themselves, they're forced to look for adult help--and will find it in the most unlikely ally. ​ Hailed by School Library Journal as one of the top 100 children's novels of all time, Gertrude Chandler Warner's story has delighted generations of young readers and launched a long-running series and an animated film featuring her fearless foursome. Now, new and old fans alike can delight in the timeless book that started it all, featuring illustrations by L. Kate Deal.

The Important Book (Into Reading, Read Aloud Module 2 #1)

by Leonard Weisgard Margaret Brown

NIMAC-sourced textbook <p><p> Margaret Wise Brown, the New York Times bestselling author of the perennial classics Goodnight Moon and Runaway Bunny, asks children to think deeply about the importance of everyday objects, from apples to spoons. With lyrical words and vivid illustrations by Caldecott winner Leonard Weisgard, The Important Book shows children just how important everyday objects can be. <p> What is the most important thing about a spoon? The fact that you can eat with it? What about an apple? Or a shoe? This book helps curious preschoolers notice important details about their everyday surroundings, like daisies are white, rain is wet, and a spoon is used for eating.

El libro de lo importante (¡Arriba la Lectura!, Read Aloud Module 2 #1)

by Leonard Weisgard Margaret Brown

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Mouse Soup

by Arnold Lobel

An inventive mouse escapes from a weasel's soup pot by telling four marvelousstories. "An artistic triumph, with enough suspense, humor and wisdom to holdany reader". --New York Times. Three-color illustrations. Copyright © Libri GmbH. All rights reserved.

Alexander, Who Used to Be Rich Last Sunday (Alexander Ser. #Vol. 1)

by Judith Viorst Ray Cruz

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Alexander, Who Used to Be Rich Last Sunday

by Judith Viorst

Last Sunday, Alexander's grandparents gave him a dollar -- and he was rich. There were so many things that he could do with all of that money! He could buy as much gum as he wanted, or even a walkie-talkie, if he saved enough. But somehow the money began to disappear... Readers of all ages will be delighted by this attractive new edition of Judith Viorst's beloved picture book.

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