ADVENTURE TALES : for kids who want to become better readers

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Xlibris Corporation, Jul 18, 2012 - Juvenile Nonfiction - 100 pages
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Adventure Tales: For kids, who want to become better readers, is a collection of stories that were written and illustrated especially for a third grade special education reading intervention group. The stories are short, simple, and fun with the vocabulary words written with bold type. This is so the student will be able to recognize and understand the meaning of their vocabulary words in context. The stories get progressively more difficult as the vocabulary words get more diffi cult. At the end the student will know 318 vocabulary words.

The stories include a little girl who is nervous about a contest she has entered, a brother helping his sister build a tree house and new kids in school. There is a family cleaning their house, hoping to see a ghost and a Colorado camping adventure. A wounded soldier finds a new home, as a girl becomes a young woman. There is even a mad scientist. And a bonus Halloween story; is mom a witch?

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The Tree House
Pretty Little Island
The Soldier
The Mad Scientist
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