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    A Reading Guide to Holes by Louis Sachar

    A Reading Guide to Holes by Louis Sachar

    This revolutionary new reading guide series helps students, parents, and teachers explore all the nuances of today's most beloved novels for middle-graders. This reading companion is designed to enhance book reports and enliven discussions of the book, to support parents who wish to talk about books with their kids, and to help teachers who are looking for background information on these titles. The guides include a very brief plot summary and longer discussions about setting, themes, and characters; a glossary of challenging words form the novel; questions to help the reader think about the story in new and different ways; in-depth biographical information about the author; a personal interview with the novel's author, when possible; activities such as crafts, cooking, and writing and lots more.

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    A Talk With Louis Sachar

    A Talk With Louis Sachar

    by Tim Podell

    Good Conversations! A series of discussions with noted authors about their work, their lives and their inspirations. These films offer an opportunity to visit the world's most popular children's authors in their homes, studios and neighborhoods. A Tim Podell Productions release.

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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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