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Jump start your learner’s critical thinking and philosophical reading skills with the books in this bundle from Eric Kesselman. include The Existential Giraffe, The Moribund Mouse, The Perspicacious Penguin, The Nihilistic Sea Otter, and The Dog Who Remembered Tomorrow. Get all five in this one bundle pack for 10% less than buying them individually.
Bam Robert’s is having a rough year. First his parents split up, next the school bully starts picking on him and then a disaster rocks his community. How will he get through the year when being a kid can be so hard?
The 2019 gold medal winner for young adult/adult readers from Moonbeam Children’s book awards tells the true story of a 10year old polish girl who hides from the Nazis with a Christian family in WW2. She creates and maintains her new identity as an orphan not revealing the fact that she is Jewish.
This young adult historical fiction novel is a gripping, fast paced story that will hold your interest to the very end.
J.E. Laufer’s two award winning historical fiction books for a 15% savings.
Both books are based on real events in the author’s family. Both books are aimed at the young adult audience. And both books will keep readers thoroughly engrossed in the events in Europe in middle 1900’s.
This novel unit study for Jules Verne’s novel, Journey to the Center of the Earth, contains a wide range of activities suitable for every learner. There are 117 pages of questions, activities and answer keys., plus a three week suggested lesson plan. There are links to applicable websites and YouTube videos, along with lists of suggested books and games. to broaden the learning experience. Also included are prereading activities, comprehension activities, character analysis, story analysis, composition activities, and fun extension activities.
“I’m Kenny and this is my book, and it is funny, and if you laugh, you should buy one. And if you like people to laugh, you should buy one for every person you know. They will like you more and will probably even hug you.”
This Book Unit Study for Pam Conrad’s historical fiction book, Pedro’s Journal. This story chronicles a young man’s voyage with Christopher Columbus.
Book Unit Study packets are a great way to get your younger learners started in reading both fiction and nonfiction. This unit study includes a wide variety of activities to support and enhance the reading experience.
This is a cross curricular unit study for the 2004 movie The Day After Tomorrow. This movie is about a climatologist who races to save his son after a series of cataclysmic natural disasters set the stage for a new ice age. The movie is rated PG-13 for intense situations of peril. This unit study includes supplemental videos to prepare students for some of the concepts in the film as well as comprehension questions and literary analysis activities for during and after the movie.
This is the story of Leon — a most unusual dog who has the ability to see a full day into the future, but not the ability to change anything he sees. He and his friend Tabitha the cat wonder if that means they may not have free will.
The first book in the amazing Animalosophy series — A fun, quasi-kids story about a giraffe trying to figure out if he’s real, and whether or not that matters to his life at all. Entertaining to kids, and amusing to their adults.
A quasi-kids story about a mouse that makes radical changes in his life after confusing the mortal condition with unexpected grim tidings. Beautifully illustrated book is entertaining and amusing for audiences of all ages.