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  1. Learning Language Arts Through Literature, Grade 4, Orange,  Teacher
    Learning Language Arts Through Literature, Grade 4, Orange, Teacher
    Common Sense Press / Trade Paperback
    $20.89 Retail: $27.00 Save 23% ($6.11)
    5 Stars Out Of 5 1 Reviews
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    Stock No: WW892848

Build language arts skills through the wonders of "living" literature with the LLATL Grade 4 Orange Teachers Book! Contextual exercises give students a better understanding of how these concepts actually work and reinforce correct usage. 32 weekly lessons are divided into daily plans, and centered around four book studies: The Boxcar Children by Gertrude Chandler Warner; The Wright Brothers by Augusta Stevenson: Ben and Me by Robert Lawson; and The Sign of the Beaver by Elizabeth George Speare. A summary, vocabulary exercises, discussion questions, graphic organizers, student activities, and a review are included for the book studies, as well as lessons on "everyday words," newspapers, research, journal writing, and creating books. 244 pages, softcover. Grade 4.

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    1. Wilbur and Orville Wright: Young Fliers
      Wilbur and Orville Wright: Young Fliers
      Augusta Stevenson, Robert Doremus
      Aladdin / 1986 / Trade Paperback
      $5.99 Retail: $7.99 Save 25% ($2.00)
      5 Stars Out Of 5 2 Reviews
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      Stock No: WW421702

    This series chronicles the early years of famous American men and women. Each book is faithful in spirit to the values and experiences that influenced the person's development. History is fleshed out with fictionalized details, and conversations have been added to make the stories come alive to todays' reader, but every reasonable effort has been made to make the stories consistent with the events, ethics, and character of their subjects.

    1. Ben and Me: Re-Issue
      Ben and Me: Re-Issue
      Robert Lawson
      Hachette Book Group, USA / 2010 / Trade Paperback
      $5.49 Retail: $7.99 Save 31% ($2.50)
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      Stock No: WW517301

    Ben and Me is a classic American story that celebrated its sixtieth anniversary in 1999, and it has been a favorite for readers small and old for generations. Once you've read it and met Amos, the mouse who tells the story, you will never think of Benjamin Franklin, or American history, quite the same way again.

    1. The Boxcar Children
      The Boxcar Children
      Gertrude Chandler Warner
      Albert Whitman & Company / 1989 / Trade Paperback
      $4.49 Retail: $6.99 Save 36% ($2.50)
      5 Stars Out Of 5 2 Reviews
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      Stock No: WW508527

    Henry, Jessie, Violet, and Henry are orphans with no place to go. Will the children be able to find a home so that they can all stay together as a family?

    1. The Sign of the Beaver
      The Sign of the Beaver
      Elizabeth George Speare
      Houghton Mifflin Harcourt / 1983 / Hardcover
      $13.49 Retail: $17.99 Save 25% ($4.50)
      5 Stars Out Of 5 2 Reviews
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      Stock No: WW338905

    Although he faced his responsibility bravely, thirteen-year-old Matt was more than a little apprehensive when his father left him alone to guard their newly built cabin in the wilderness. When a renagade white stranger stole his gun, Matt knew he had no way to shoot game and no way to protect himself. It was only after meeting the proud, resourceful Indian boy that Matt began to discover new ways to survive in the forest. And in getting to know his friend, Matt also began to understand the heritage and way of life of the Beaver clan and their growing problem in adapting to the white man and the changing frontier. Elizabeth George Speare has written a compelling survival story, filled with wonderful detail about living in the wilderness, that explores the relationship between the white settles and the Indians in the 1700s. Recommended for ages 10 to 14. A 1984 Newbery Honor book.
    Please be advised: Language may be too mature for younger readers.