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    Your Core Reading Program & Children's Literature: Grades K–3

    Your Core Reading Program & Children's Literature: Grades K–3

    by Diane Barone and Suzette Youngs

    Through this pragmatic approach to core reading programs and literature-based instruction teachers are offered opportunities to effectively use both to enhance their students' literacy instruction and learning. The authors select various sample themes and lessons from existing core programs. From this base, they show multiple ways that teachers can extend these initial learnings to more complex, deeper understandings. Similar to core reading programs, the authors provide multiple ways to extend the core reading experience, where teachers can choose what best fits the needs of their students.

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    Children of the Lamp # 3

    Children of the Lamp # 3

    by P.B. Kerr

    In the third book of the bestselling Children of the Lamp series, Djinn twins, John and Philippa Gaunt, are on the trail of another magical mystery. As they travel from New York to London to Nepal and India on a whirlwind adventure, the twins try to help their friend and fellow djinn, Buck, find out who murdered his friend using the venomous snakebite of the King Cobra.

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A Child's Christmas in Wales

Author: Dylan Thomas

Interest Level:
1-5

Grade Level Equivalent:
5.2

Age:
7-11

Genre:
Classics, Poetry and Rhymes

Subject:
Europe, Christmas, Feelings and Emotions, Growing Up

About This Book

This gem of lyric prose has enchanted both young and old and is now a modern classic.

Dylan Thomas, one of the greatest poets and storytellers of the twentieth century, captures a child's-eye view, and an adult's fond remembrance, of a magical time of presents, aunts and uncles, the frozen sea, and, in the best of circumstances, newly fallen snow — its wonder, silence, and snowball mischief.


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