Experience a pivotal point in American history as told by the Mother of the Civil Rights Movement: Rosa Parks. Told in her words and through her eyes, your students will be led on a amazing arch of life that includes Rosa's childhood, the struggles of the black community, and how one day she made a
Louis Armstrong, the great Sachmo, was the world's most celebrated horn players. No one knew him better than the horn he played, the one he finally was able to buy from the pawn-shop. So, who better to tell the story of Louis's life than his beloved horn? His horn becomes the voice of the narrator i
This is the book my students still talk about years later. George Washington Carver- Heroes of History by Janet & Geoff Benge. Although it is nonfiction, it is a high interest narrative style biography that draws the students into the story. Students feel like they are reading/listening to fict
True Colors by Malcolm Gladwell Informational Reading Assignment
What the Dog Saw: And Other Adventures is the fourth book released by author Malcolm Gladwell, on October 20, 2009. The book is a compilation of the journalist's articles published in The New Yorker.
True Colors: Hair Dye and the Hi
MARK TWAIN! AUDREY HEPBURN! LOUISA MAY ALCOTT! 3 Picture Book Biographies with Kids Wings Literature Guides!THE EXTRAORDINARY MARK TWAIN (According to Susy)! by Barbara KerleyJUST BEING AUDREY! by Margaret CardilloLOUISA! THE LIFE OF LOUISA MAY ALCOTT! by Yona Zeldis McDonoughLittle Women-------