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Sideways Arithmetic From Wayside School

Author : Louis Sachar
ISBN : 9781408812457
Genre : Juvenile Fiction
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Why does elf + elf = fool? How many meals will Miss Mush, the lunch teacher, have to cook for the food to taste as bad as it smells? These Sideways Arithmetic problems may look puzzling at first, but you can use real maths to solve them, and the answers are right there in the book. There are lots of clues and hints; plus all the answers are in the back of the book. Best of all, all the kids you read about in the other books about Wayside School are here to help you! Try solving this, and more than fifty other maths brainteasers, along with the kids from Mrs Jewls's class. You'll learn a lot about maths but you'll be laughing too much to notice!
Category: Juvenile Fiction

More Sideways Arithmetic From Wayside School

Author : Louis Sachar
ISBN : 9781408812440
Genre : Young Adult Fiction
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Welcome back to maths class at Wayside School. How much is PEPPERS + PIG LIPS? If Jenny's shirt has sparkles on it, will Todd have egg in his hair? These Sideways Arithmetic problems may look puzzling at first, but you can use real maths to solve them, and the answers are perfectly logical. There are lots of clues and hints, plus all the answers are right there in the book. Best of all, the children you have read about in the other books about Wayside School are here to help you! Try solving these, and more than fifty other maths brainteasers, along with the kids from Mrs. Jewls's class. You'll learn a lot about maths but you'll be laughing too much to notice!
Category: Young Adult Fiction

Sideways Stories From Wayside School

Author : Louis Sachar
ISBN : OCLC:1036943509
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Humorous episodes from the classroom on the thirtieth floor of Wayside School, which was accidentally built sideways with one classroom on each story.
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Wayside School Is Falling Down By Louis Sachar Gr 4 6

Author : Ron Leduc
ISBN : 9781550353815
Genre : Children's literature
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The zany world of Wayside School will delight your students while the activities in our lit link guide their learning. Novel by Louis Sachar. Chapter-by-chapter questions and additional activities in vocabulary, word study, and personal development are designed according to research-based education principles to improve literacy skills in communication, critical thinking, social studies and more. A story summary, author biography, and answer key. 64 pages. About the Novel: Meet the wacky world of Wayside School. The school has thirty classrooms but instead of being built in a row, they are built one on top of the other. There are twenty-nine students in Mrs. Jewls' class and this book follows their wacky adventures with Louis, a hobo, a dead rat, Mrs. Waloosh, a world famous dancer, and many more zany characters. Enter the doors of Wayside school and learn lessons about pigtails, freedom, and Mulligan stew; your life will never be the same again...
Category: Children's literature

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Author : Tonya Ward Singer
ISBN : 0439355389
Genre : Education
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A literature circle guide to "Walk Two Moons" for students in grades four through eight, featuring a summary of the story, information about author Sharon Creech, enrichment readings, and group discussion and journal writing prompts.
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Author : Rob Reid
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Offers eighteen offbeat literary programs featuring creepy, dirty, and stinky stories that will appeal to young readers.
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Author : Deborah V. Mink
ISBN : 1425802494
Genre : Education
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Enhance mathematics instruction and build students understanding of mathematical concepts with this exceptional resource notebook. Choose from a wide range of easy-to-implement strategies that enhance mathematical content. Topics include developing students mathematical vocabulary and problem-solving abilities, assessing students mathematics thinking, and using manipulatives. Highlights include tips on planning instruction and managing the mathematics classroom, plus differentiation strategies for each lesson. Includes Teacher Resource CD with reproducibles including rubrics and assessment materials. 296pp.
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Presents librarians and teachers with information on more than 1,200 fiction series for children in kindergarten through sixth grade, providing annotations, a listing of titles, important characters, genre, author biography, grade level, and major themes.
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Author : Holly Rivlin
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Genre : Children
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Highlights baby books, preschool and picture books, poetry and anthologies, early readers, fiction, special needs, award winners, and titles appropriate for toddlers. A section on how to use the internet to look for children's books is also included.
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Author : Frances Leonard
ISBN : UTEXAS:059173019637085
Genre : Biography & Autobiography
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Larry McMurtry declares, "Texas itself doesn't have anything to do with why I write. It never did." Horton Foote, on the other hand, says, "I've just never had a desire to write about any place else." In between those figurative bookends are hundreds of other writers--some internationally recognized, others just becoming known--who draw inspiration and often subject matter from the unique places and people that are Texas. To give everyone who is interested in Texas writing a representative sampling of the breadth and vitality of the state's current literary production, this volume features conversations with fifty of Texas's most notable established writers and emerging talents. The writers included here work in a wide variety of genres--novels, short stories, poetry, plays, screenplays, essays, nonfiction, and magazine journalism. In their conversations with interviewers from the Writers' League of Texas and other authors' organizations, the writers speak of their apprenticeships, literary influences, working habits, connections with their readers, and the domestic and public events that have shaped their writing. Accompanying the interviews are excerpts from the writers' work, as well as their photographs, biographies, and bibliographies. Joe Holley's introductory essay--an overview of Texas writing from Cabeza de Vaca's 1542 Relaci�n to the work of today's generation of writers, who are equally at home in Hollywood as in Texas--provides the necessary context to appreciate such a diverse collection of literary voices. A sampling from the book: "This land has been my subject matter. One thing that distinguishes me from the true naturalist is that I've never been able to look at land without thinking of the people who've been on it. It's fundamental to me." --John Graves "Writing is a way to keep ourselves more in touch with everything we experience. It seems the best gifts and thoughts are given to us when we pause, take a deep breath, look around, see what's there, and return to where we were, revived." --Naomi Shihab Nye "I've said this many times in print: the novel is the middle-age genre. Very few people have written really good novels when they are young, and few people have written really good novels when they are old. You just tail off, and lose a certain level of concentration. Your imaginative energy begins to lag. I feel like I'm repeating myself, and most writers do repeat themselves." --Larry McMurtry "I was a pretty poor cowhand. I grew up on the Macaraw Ranch, east of Crane, Texas. My father tried very hard to make a cowboy out of me, but in my case it never seemed to work too well. I had more of a literary bent. I loved to read, and very early on I began to write small stories, short stories, out of the things I liked to read." --Elmer Kelton
Category: Biography & Autobiography

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Author : Suzanne Pavlos
ISBN : 0764586203
Genre : Literary Criticism
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Category: Literary Criticism

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Author : Sharron L. McElmeel
ISBN : UCSC:32106014964222
Genre : Biography & Autobiography
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A guide based on a 1997 survey of popular children's book authors provides biographical sketches and selected bibliographies for such writers as Beverly Cleary, Lois Lawry, Lewis Carroll, Mary Downing Hahn, and C.S. Lewis.
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