Globe Stories of Surprise and Wonder Txc 92c
In less than one class period, students can easily finish short pieces that include traditional tales and myths of the Americas and the Caribbean, famous heroes and infamous villains like King Arthur and Jesse James, and original stories of incredible feats - many based on real-life disasters such as the Titanic and Hurricane Andrew. Students also explore plays drawing on diverse individuals and events from history, classic science, and fiction.
Interest Level: 6-12Reading Level: 3-8
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A stovepipe hat tipped over the skull. All signs seemed to lead to Captain Chase.
Before long, Chase's big house was searched. In fact, it was nearly torn apart.
Many hidden chambers were found, and secret passageways. One of them was a
Of least importance in proving Captain Chase's guilt was the (a) earring still in the
ear (b) fact that Chase got rich (c) accordion and map found under Chase's
house 10. In truth, the author of "Frozen Citizens" probably (a) really believes the
Acknowledgments. We thank the following authors and companies for their
permission to use copyrighted material: CHATHAM PRESS, INC.— for "Captain
Chase," "Frozen Citizens," and "The Ghastly Leg" by Mary Bolte, from Haunted