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    A Reading Guide to Holes by Louis Sachar

    A Reading Guide to Holes by Louis Sachar

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    Wayside School Is Falling Down

    Wayside School Is Falling Down

    by Louis Sachar and Adam McCauley

    Everything about Wayside School is strange—it's 30 stories high, and that's just the beginning! "Sachar's supply of plot twists and plays on words are inexhaustible."—Publishers Weekly

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The Boy Who Lost His Face

Author: Louis Sachar

Interest Level:
4-7

Lexile Framework:
570L

Grade Level Equivalent:
4.4

Guided Reading Level:
R

Age:
9-12

Genre:
Comedy and Humor, Young Adult

Subject:
Courage, Bravery, Heroism, Manners and Conduct, Friends and Friendship, Social and Emotional Development, Honor

About This Book

David receives a curse from an elderly woman he has helped his schoolmates attack, and he learns to regret his weakness in pandering to others for the sake of popularity before new friends.


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