Read-Alouds E EA4

Read-Alouds E

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Instructor's Guide not included. This is part of your History / Bible / Literature E and Grade 4 All-Subjects Package for Returning Sonlighters.

History & Geography

Lights in a Dark Place (EH16)

Davis. Fourteen stories of how God has been at work in Colombia, South America. People escape a burning house, see dreams and visions, try to convert kidnappers. Dramatic and exciting. He is worthy of praise!

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Read Alouds

The Winged Watchman (EA01)

An historically accurate portrait of family life in the polders and among the windmills in Holland during the last years of Nazi occupation during WWII . . . and the months after, as families began to come back together.

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Across Five Aprils (EA03)

The powerful story of a young man for whom the Civil War spans five Aprils.

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Oxford Illustrated Book of American Children's Poems (EA04)

One of those "Wow!" books: a collection of delightful poems for young people arranged according to the birth dates of the authors -- beginning with anonymous native Americans and continuing to the present day.

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Caddie Woodlawn (EA05)

The adventures of eleven-year-old Caddie growing up with her six brothers and sisters in the Wild West frontiers of Wisconsin in the late 1800s.

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Roll of Thunder, Hear My Cry (EA06)

Award winner set in the post-Civil War South.

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Miracles on Maple Hill (EA07)

A heartwarming Newbery Medal winner. Dad has returned from World War II a changed man: withdrawn, touchy, unable to work. The family moves back to the family farm where dad gets the healing he needs.

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Little Britches (EA08)

Ralph is barely 8 years old when his family moves to Colorado for the sake of Dad's health, and the family tries to make a go of it on the ranch. Classic true story of ranching in Colorado in the early 1900's.

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King of the Mound (EA19)

When Nick is released from the hospital after suffering from polio, he's sure his father will never look at him in the same way again. Once the best pitcher in youth league, Nick now walks with a limp and is dependent on a heavy leg brace. He isn't sure he'll ever return to the mound. When Nick starts working for Mr. Churchill, owner of a semiprofessional team, he meets Satchel Paige, arguably the best pitcher in the world. Not allowed into the major leagues because of his skin color, Satchel teaches Nick that some things can be overcome with hard work and dedication, and that just because you're down, you're most certainly not out.

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A Letter to Mrs. Roosevelt (EH01)

When the bank forecloses on her family's home during the Great Depression, 11-year-old Margo Bandini writes to Eleanor Roosevelt for help.

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In the Year of the Boar and Jackie Robinson (ER10)

In 1947, a Chinese girl comes to Brooklyn, where she starts to feel at home and to make friends.

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Readers / Literature

The Great Turkey Walk (EA02)

"Git along, little . . . turkeys"? Yep! In 1860, a fifteen-year-old boy attempts to herd one thousand turkeys from Missouri to Denver, Colorado, in hopes of selling them at a profit.

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The Great Wheel (EA10)

Engrossing story about the first—and largest—Ferris Wheel ever built. Told by one of the workers who built it.

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