Wings of Fancy

Author: Joan Garner
Publisher: Libraries Unlimited
ISBN: 9781591583424
Format: PDF
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Announcing Wings of Fancy: Using Readers Theatre to Study Fantasy Genre, a new look at Readers Theatre targeted for middle grade readers (grades 4-8).

More Tadpole Tales and Other Totally Terrific Treats for Readers Theatre

Author: Anthony D. Fredericks
Publisher: ABC-CLIO
ISBN: 1598843834
Format: PDF, Kindle
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In this book, funny tales and rhymes are presented as readers theatre scripts, specifically written to motivate beginning readers. • Nearly two dozen reproducible readers theatre scripts for primary readers, based on wild and crazy adaptations of popular stories, tales, and legends • Scripts for kids to finish • Drawings and illustrations • An appendix of fairytales, folk tales, rhymes, and other stories • A list of titles students can use to create their own readers theatre scripts • Resources on readers theatre

African Legends Myths and Folktales for Readers Theatre

Author: Anthony D. Fredericks
Publisher: Greenwood Publishing Group
ISBN: 159158633X
Format: PDF, Mobi
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Author Tony Fredericks and illustrator, Bongamon, present readers theatre scripts based on traditional African folklore. Includes background information for teachers on each African country, as well as instruction and presentation suggestions, and additio

More Readers Theatre for Middle School Boys

Author: Ann N. Black
Publisher: Libraries Unltd Incorporated
ISBN: 9781591587576
Format: PDF, Docs
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More Readers Theatre for Middle School Boys: Adventures with Mythical Creatures will put imaginations to work to foster creativity and build reading skills.

Readers Theatre for African American History

Author: Jeff Sanders
Publisher: Teacher Ideas Press(NH)
ISBN: 9781591586937
Format: PDF
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Present scripts that teach about African American history, starting in Africa before the transatlantic slave trade through to current events, focusing on reading skills improvement and literature-based history learning.

Wings of Destiny

Author: Catherine Lanigan
Publisher: Faith Communications
ISBN: 9781558746909
Format: PDF, Mobi
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The descendent of a founding San Francisco family recounts the story of her grandfather, a man whose greed helped shape West Coast history, including such infamous chapters as white slavery, until his downfall in the great 1906 earthquake. Original.

Island of Wings

Author: Karin Altenberg
Publisher: House of Anansi
ISBN: 1770890513
Format: PDF, Docs
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Longlisted for the Orange Prize for Fiction July, 1830. On the ten-hour sail west from the Hebrides to the islands of St. Kilda, everything lies ahead for Lizzie and Neil McKenzie. Neil is to become the minister to the small community of islanders, and Lizzie, his new wife, is pregnant with their first child. As the two adjust to life on an exposed archipelago on the edge of civilization, where the natives live in squalor and subsist on a diet of seabirds, and babies perish mysteriously in their first week, their marriage -- and their sanity -- is threatened. Is Lizzie a wilful temptress drawing him away from his faith? Is Neil’s zealous Christianity unhinging into madness? And who, or what, is haunting the moors and cliff-tops? Exquisitely written and profoundly moving, Island of Wings is a richly imagined novel about two people struggling to keep their love, and their family, alive in a place of terrible hardship and tumultuous beauty.