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Literature in Bloom, Book I, by Barbara Sansone and Priscilla Burns (The Monkey Sisters). This book of reproducible activities presents questions based on Bloom's taxonomy that help students think through the best of literature for grades 3-8. Many of the books this study uses, Caldecott and Newbery Award winners all, are also found in the Sonlight Curriculum. You will recognize many favorites such as The Little House, Owl Moon, Caddie Woodlawn, The Matchlock Gun, Summer of the Swans, Sarah, Plain and Tall, Charlotte's Web, The Sign of the Beaver, and many more. Was 6.95. Now only 4.95-S
Who Reads Literature? The Future of the United States
as a Nation of Readers, by Nicholoas Zill and Marianne Winglee.
Seven Locks Press. Paper. These studies pinpoint who is and isn't reading modern American
literature. It raises important questions about the vitality of our culture and
education system. 106 pages. Edges show wear.
Book of American Diaries: From Heart and Mind to Pen to Paper. This book contains daily readings, arranged by date, of diary excerpts written by Americans from Colonial times until the present day. Slightly damaged, cover bent on corner. For teens and older. Regular price, 12.50. Now only 9.50-S
By Jove! Brush Up Your Mythology. An entertaining handbook to classical mythology and word origins. For teens and older. Was 10.00 Now only 6.99-S
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