Bridges to Literature
McDougal Littell, Jun 19, 2001 - Juvenile Nonfiction - 496 pages
Designed to meet the needs of delayed readers. Provides on-level instruction and accessible, high-interest reading selections in order for these students to make a smooth, comfortable transition from basic reading instruction to on-level literature study.
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Admiral Byrd Anne Anne Frank Anne's army asked B.B. King bomb BRIDGES TO HISTORY CD-ROM selection FOCUS Chan Chavez Cherokee chimps classmate Clyde Coach CD-ROM selection Copyright door dragon earthquake emperor Enola Gay eyes Fausto feel fire FOCUS Read Frigorifique girl Grandpa happens hear heard Hiroshima Hsin Jane Jane Goodall Jesse Stuart Jews John Henry King knew Little America Little Rabbit live Locher look Lucille Clifton Miep Gies Mildred Miles mother move Mulan Narrator Nazis night Noni Otto Frank pasado past tense person play poem Prince Chin Read to find reader READER'S CHOICE Reading Coach CD-ROM Reprinted by permission Richard Byrd Roberto Rosaura Sachi Sarah Senora ship soldiers sound Sparky Stevie Stevie Wonder stone story talk tell terrapin Terrible Things THINK thought told Vocabulary Preview Words wagons wanted watched Wilma Wilma Mankiller woman Words to Know young