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"Where the Sidewalk Ends," by Shel Silverstein

Children's author Silverstein didn't always write with kiddies in mind

Corkboard Connections: Honoring 9/11 - A Delicate Balance - Classroom tips for discussing 9/11 and activities for the book The Man Who Walked Between the Towers

Honoring 9/11 - A Delicate Balance

The Man Who Walked Between the Towers: Mordicai Gerstein: Story about a well known tightrope walker. This story is set at the World Trade Center. It fosters discussion about September

THE POISONWOOD BIBLE by Barbara Kingsolver - http://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B000QTE9WU/ref=cm_sw_r_pi_alp_ITMZqb01DR2S8

The Poisonwood Bible - Barbara Kingsolver I love Barbara Kingsolver. Her books give me a glimpse into another world I can't imagine on my own. This is my favorite.

To Kill a Mockingbird by Harper Lee tells of Scout and Jem's childhood in Alabama and how a series of events shook their innocence, shaped their character and taught them about human nature. Lee examines racism and other prejudices through a page turning story told in a wonderful, Southern voice. This is a must read American classic.

To Kill A Mockingbird, This is a study guide for To Kill A Mockingbird by Harper Lee. During the first half of To Kill A Mockingbird Harper Lee constructs a sweet and affectionate portrait of growing up in the vanished world of small town Alabama.

the incredible story of a boy and the love for his dogs... and how love goes beyond the grave....

Where the Red Fern Grows is a novel written by Wilson Rawls in 1961 about a boy who buys and trains two Redbone Coonhound hunting dogs Love this book! Sad book and movie I cried watching the movie . Read the book

Wonder by R. J. Palacio,http://www.amazon.com/dp/0552565970/ref=cm_sw_r_pi_dp_EbUatb0J96DRXHVG

Ten-year-old Auggie Pullman, who was born with extreme facial abnormalities and was not expected to survive, goes from being home-schooled to entering fifth grade at a private middle school in Manhattan,

Mia has never had a problem making friends—her motto is “more friends mean more fun!” However, not everyone at Park Street school believes in mixing in with different groups of friends. So when the members of the Popular Girls Club take an interest in Mia’s keen fashion sense and decide to recruit her for their club, Mia feels the pressure. How can she decide between new friends and old friends? Will she be able to find a sweet blend of the two?  2011.

Mia in the Mix (Cupcake Diaries (Quality)) By (author) Coco Simon