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INTERVIEWS:

Jim Thorpe's Bright Path

By Joseph Bruchac
Illustrations by S. D. Nelson

Check out this interview with Joseph Bruchac and TeachingBooks.net on the backstory for creating Jim Thorpe's Bright Path.  

About This Title

Guided Reading:

T

Lexile:

AD870L

Interest Level:

Grades 1 - 6

Reading Level:

Grades 4 - 4

Themes

Nonfiction, Sports, Siblings, Identity/Self Esteem/Confidence, Occupations, Native American Interest, History, Friendship, Discrimination, Civil Rights Movement, Biography/Memoir, Sports History, Self Control/Self Regulation, Childhood Experiences and Memories, Coping with Death, Courage, Dreams & Aspirations, Education, Overcoming Obstacles, Persistence/Grit, Pride, United States History

Collections

Fluent Dual Language , Fluent English, Biography and Memoir Grades 3-6, Appendix B Diverse Collection Grades 3-6, Native American English Collection, Native American English Collection Grades 3-6, Nonfiction Grades 3-6, Native American Heritage Collection, Martin Luther King Jr./Civil Rights Collection, Athletes and Sports, High-Low Books for Preteens (Grades 4-6), High-Low Books for Teens (Middle and High School), Joseph Bruchac Collection, Summer Olympics Collection, Carter G. Woodson Award Collection, Teachers' Choices Collection, Persistence and Determination Collection, Pedro Noguera Diverse Collection Grades 3-5, Pedro Noguera Reluctant Readers Collection , English Guided Reading Level T

Native American Collection English 6PK

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