Buffalo: Groundwood Books, 2000Buffalo: Groundwood Books, 2000
Parvana must “become” a boy in order to earn a living reading letters and selling things in the market. The reader learns of life in war-torn Kabul through her eyes. There is a sequel, Parvana’s Journey, and a companion book, Mud City
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The Boscombe Valley Mystery Teacher’s Book  Part I  Teacher’s Guide and Teaching PlanThe Boscombe Valley Mystery Teacher’s Book  Part I  Teacher’s Guide and Teaching Plan
But they must not tell the ending of the story to their classmates who have not finished reading the story, in order that they will not take away from other students the excitement of discovering the mystery
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Words: a story of deafness in a family, by Lou Ann Walker. She recounts growing up hearing with two deaf parents. Once I started reading I was surprised to find that Walker grew up in Indiana!
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We Need to Talk about Kevin’We Need to Talk about Kevin’
Kevin which saw him kill 7 fellow students and 2 staff members using his bow and arrow. It is written from the point of view of Kevin’s mother, Eva, who details life up to and after the attack through a series of letters to Kevin’s father
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The Boscombe Valley Mystery Teacher’s Book  Part I  Teacher’s Guide and Teaching PlanThe Boscombe Valley Mystery Teacher’s Book  Part I  Teacher’s Guide and Teaching Plan
The story comes with some prompts and questions along the margin to guide students in responding to the story development and characters. They are given practice in reading sensitively and analytically through activities such as looking for clues of
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