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"Wolf Mark" Interview

In Wolf Mark, teenager Luke King has to save his father from kidnappers as he discovers a family secret that will change his life forever. In this BookTalk, author Joseph Bruchac discusses the influence of legend on culture.

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"Wolf Mark" Teacher's Guide

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Working with Cause and Effect
When we write fiction, we see the story in our mind long before it's down on paper. We know why our characters are acting the way they do because we are familiar with their past and in control of their future. We understand the significance of eve...

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Writing Native Lives in YA/ A NYPL Panel Discussion
11/4/14, 1:11 PMWriting Native Lives in YA: A NYPL Panel Discussion Page 1 of 5http://www.publishersweekly.com/pw/by-topic/childrens/childrens-industr.../article/64339-writing-native-lives-in-ya-a-nypl-panel-discussion.html NEWS REVIEWS BESTSELL...

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Writing Powerful Endings
The first few lines of any story are the most important, and often the most difficult words you'll write. The next most challenging piecee of writing is the ending. Once you draw your readers in and take them through your story, you'll need to lea...

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"Xochitl and the Flowers/ Xóchitl, la Niña de las Flores" Teacher's Guide

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"Yasmin's Hammer" Interview

Yasmin's Hammer tells the story of a young girl in Bangladesh who works in a brickyard but longs to go to school. In this BookTalk, author Ann Malaspina and illustrator Doug Chayka talk about school, child labor, and the...

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"Yasmin's Hammer" Teacher's Guide

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Overcoming Adversity, Working Toward a Goal, School and Learning, Family, Child Labor/Poverty, Modern-day South Asia (Bangladesh)

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In the noisy streets of Dhaka, Banglades...

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"Yo juego fútbol" Teacher's Guide

 

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"Yo tenía un hipopótamo - Bebop" Teacher's Guide

 

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"Yo tenía un hipopótamo" Teacher's Guide

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"Yoga Class" Teacher's Guide

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Young Cornrows Callin Out the Moon Educators

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"Young Cornrows Callin Out the Moon" Teacher's Guide

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Yum Apples New Bebop 2015 PDF
leeandlow.com Guided Reading Level: B Yum, Apples! Guided Reading with YUM, APPLES! Guided Reading: B DRA: 2 Intervention: 2 written by Tina Athaide illustrated by Farah Aria Overview: Learn how apples grow tiny seeds into big, ...

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"Yum! ¡Mmmm! ¡Qué Rico! Americas' Sproutings" Interview

Chocolate, prickly pears, blueberries, tomatoes, and many more mouth-watering foods native to the Americas are celebrated in this vibrant collection of haiku. Bold, colorful illustrations enliven the poems and make Yum! ¡Mmmm! &ie...

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"Yum! ¡Mmmm! ¡Qué Rico! Americas' Sproutings" Teacher's Guide

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This vivid collection of haiku describes edible plants native to the Americas. The haiku call forth the five senses as they describe foods from blueberries to vanilla in mouth-watering ways that young readers ca...

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"Yum, Apples!" Teacher's Guide

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"Yummy" Interview

In the graphic novel Yummy, a fictional boy living in Chicago's Southside tries to make sense of the life and death of Yummy, a real-life boy caught up in gang life and killed by the very gang to which he belonged. Her...

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"Yummy" Teacher's Guide

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