Trapped in Tenochtitlan is a thrilling adventure of a twelve year old boy thrust back in time to the perilous world of the Aztecs.

Joey Cascade was a little bit nervous when his pool’s filter opened up and swallowed him. But when he pops up in Lake Texcoco, the center of the Aztec Empire, Joey is in for the shock of his young life. Armed with only a smart mouth and a case of bad luck, Joey must survive the unfamiliar traditions of the Aztecs, deal with the invasion of Cortez’s Spanish forces, and somehow find a way back home. Ahhh...the life of a twelve-year old.

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Skateboarder Steve is a humorous and honest story of a struggling boy and how skateboarding might just change his life.

Steven Bryans has been having a rough day. Then again, every day is rough when the entire world hates you. Steven thinks life can’t get any worse after he is picked on by his teacher, sent to the principal’s office and then yelled at by his father. He was wrong. When Steven bails out at the local Singapore skating competition, he’s left with a choice - continue down the path of failure or start making some changes.

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A must-have for any teacher wanting to integrate social studies and language arts through the world of the Aztecs.

Written to integrate social studies and language arts, Aztec Plays for the Classroom will take your students back to the world of the Aztecs and provide them an outlet for their enthusiasm. The four plays - "Cinderhoatl", "Jackotl and the Cornstalk", "Rumpelcatchacoldal", and "The Three Little Aztecs" - have been adapted from classic fairy tales and include numerous historical facts from the Aztec era. The thirty character parts vary in length and difficulty, and will motivate even the most passive learner. Not only will your class and your audience stay entertained and focused, they will also be learning a ton about Aztec society. The level of information and kid-friendly word choice make these plays suitable for grades three through eight and a fifty question comprehension assessment is included.

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A must-have for any teacher wanting to integrate social studies and language arts through the world of the Medieval Europe.

Written to integrate social studies and language arts, Middle Ages for the Classroom will take your students back to the world of Medieval Europe where lords and ladies once ruled the day. With over one hundred character parts spread over four plays, every child is guaranteed to love their role. While the students are signing the Magna Carta, jousting in tournaments and yielding King Arthur’s sword, they will also learn a bundle about living conditions and events in Medieval Europe. In addition to the plays, teachers can use the writing resources to help create lesson plans for student fairy tales. Teachers can draw from writing strategies and actual fairy tales chosen from Mr. D’s and Mr. Burnett’s own third grade students. The level of information is kid- friendly and a brief historical summary of the Middle Ages will give teachers the necessary background information before sending their students off to rehearsal.

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An entertaining, straightforward and comprehensive look at American history from the first inhabitants to the Iraq War.


If you only have enough money to buy one book about American history, this better be that book. Whether you're a confused student, a stressed teacher or just a regular yahoo wanting to finally understand the history of the United States, your search for knowledge needs go no further. Want to know who was the true first president of the United States? Curious about what those early Jamestowners dug their teeth into when the food ran out? Wonder why Israel and the Palestinians just can't seem to get along? It's all in here. Written and edited by top students at one of the most respected high schools, The Best American History Book in the World is packed full of valuable charts, original illustrations, and clear summaries that will help you become a U.S. history expert. All royalties from the sale of this book will be given to a student chosen charity dedicated to improving the health and welfare of children.


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A story of growing up, finding out what's really important, and standing up to the people who try to bring you down.


Jenny had it all. She was cute. She was smart. She was one of the top gymnasts in Europe. Life should have been perfect. But it wasn't. The kids at school teased her and her best friend started hanging out with the class witch. On top of it all, her mom seemed just a bit too involved in her life. When tragedy strikes, Jenny has a choice - let her world destroy her or learn to stand on her own. Reading Level: 3.5 Ages: 8-12

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