Would you like to become a spy for the CIA? Can you keep a secret? Would you like to train in espionage, cryptography, codes, and basic firearms and weaponry? Would you give up a summer vacation for a summer in Spy Camp? 13-year-old Ben Ripley would.
After the death of a Spy School trainee, Ben Rip
"Funny thing, wishes. You can't hold 'em in your hand, and yet just one could unmake the world." Hester Kettle in The Night Gardener
Before you make a wish, do you pause to consider the consequences of the wish, if granted? Aesop, the father of fables, said, "We would often be sorry if our wishes w
IS WINNING ALL THAT MATTERS?
SOAR by Joan Bauer will answer this question.
As a baby, Jeremiah was abandoned in the snack room of Walt Lopper's computer business. In his little hand he held an eagle stuffie, his mother's only gift, one that would define his character as he grew. Eagles have stron
Since Shakespearean plays are complex and adolescents tend to grow confused and frustrated at the unordinary language, foreign settings, and advanced concepts, students need a visual way to witness the multitude of events and characters that are present in Macbeth. After this lesson, students should