Along with their new language arts textbooks, teachers were able to choose from a selection of book titles to add more classroom novel sets to our inventory. I have cataloged and processed the sets and thought it would be a good idea to list them in a post and include helpful instructional information.
Posts Tagged ‘Jane Yolen’
Posted in Book Reviews, Reading, Teacher Resources, tagged A Year Down Yonder, Anne Frank, Arrow Over the Door, Bearstone, Charlie's Raven, Come Sing Jimmy Jo, Diary of a Young Girl, Dipper of Copper Creek, Fair Weather, Flip-flop Girl, Gary Soto, Irene Hunt, Jacq, Jacqueline Woodson, Jane Yolen, Jean Craighead George, Joan Bauer, Joseph Bruchac, Julius Lester, Karen Hesse, Katherine Paterson, Let the Circle Be Unbroken, Letters from Rifka, Long Journey Home, Lyddie, Mildred D. Taylor, Miracle's Boys, NerdLandia, No Promises in the Wind, Park's Quest, Richard Peck, River Between us, S.E. Hinton, Shark Beneath the Reef, Stand Tall, That Was Then This is Now, The Devil's Arithmetic, The Well, Will Hobbs, Zlata Filipovic, Zlata's Diary on July 15, 2009| 3 Comments »
The world will end on Thursday, July 27, 2000. At least, that’s what Reverend Beelson has told his congregation. Why should the world end now, when Jed and Marina, two teenagers with more attitude than faith, have just fallen in love? Told in alternating chapters from both Jed’s and Marina’s points of view, this is a story about faith and friendship, love and loss…and the things that matter most at the end of the world.
Very good book