A Single Shard Book Review and Free Student Work Pages A Single Shard by Linda Sue Park is book for ages 9 and up set in medieval Korea. This post is part of a summer read around the world blog hop by Multicultural Kids at MKB Read Around the World Summer Reading Series. The picture at
Guinevere At the Dawn of Legend Book Two This post is about Cheryl Carpinello's new book, Guinevere: at the Dawn of Legend for the summer 2017 blog tour. I bought my own book and all the links in this post are non-affiliate. This story has a strong female protagonist facing very difficult circumstances.
This post is about Fuzzy Wuzzy, a book by Theodore Jerome Cohen with a free educational resource including letter sized teaching posters and paper stick puppets. My recent blog posts have been about two other books by Theodore Jerome Cohen, including Pepe Builds a Nest and Rufus Finds a Home. I made free educational printables for
Rufus Finds a Home Book Review and Free Resource Rufus Finds a Home by Theodore Jerome Cohen teaches children about empathy and the difficulty of sometimes having to give up something we love. I bought the book myself and the links are non-affiliate. I recently posted about another of Ted's books, Pepe Builds a Nest
This post has a round of up three books with bully themes and their accompanying free printable instant download educational resources. Karmack is a book for third grade and up, and the focus is on a group of 5th grade bullies. The Karmack post has a free literature unit for use in grades 3-6.
Welcome to our fourth annual Asian-Pacific American Heritage Month Blog Series and Giveaway! We are excited to announce our second annual Asian-Pacific American Heritage Month Blog Series. See our main page for a full schedule. Be sure to scroll down on this post to enter the giveaways. This post is about two Cherry
This post is about the Mystery at the Christmas Market which is a Pack-n-Go Girls book. The girls in this series travel to many countries. This is the 3rd book set in Austria, and it is Christmas time at that. While all the family and visitors gather and have a
Do you have students who enjoy creative writing and word work? Julie Anne Grasso has written another great book for ages 8-12, this time featuring a mystery involving chocolate and a cruise to Antarctica. Yes, really, a cruise to Antarctica. A previous blog post had links to free interactive Google Slides activity for students to accompany
This Korean Cinderella post is third of three for Asian-Pacific American Heritage Month. Please see post one for the giveaway and blog hop information. Check this link for post 2. May is Asian-Pacific American Heritage Month – a celebration of Asians and Pacific Islanders in the United States. The Federal Asian Pacific American Council (FAPAC) announced the theme for
Tutankhamen Speaks was written by Cheryl Carpinello. This is a prequel to her Quest Books Companion to Sons of the Sphinx novel. Previously, I made freebies for other books by Cheryl Carpinello such as Guinevere, On the Eve of Legend at this blog post, and Young Knights of the Round Table: The King’s Ransom at this blog post. For Tutankhamen