Read-Alouds H - Five Day HA4

Read-Alouds H - Five Day

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Instructor's Guide not included. This is part of your History / Bible / Literature H and Grade 7 All-Subjects Package for Returning Sonlighters.

Thirteen outstanding books that take place over the last 500 years of world history, perfect for reading aloud with your children, or for your advanced readers to enjoy alone. This collection of books is included in History / Bible / Literature H. If you don't need notes or a schedule, but are just looking for some excellent supplemental reading, this book collection is for you!

Included are a charming murder mystery set in a cathedral in York. A story set during the Revolutionary War with one of the most dynamic and outstanding heroes in all of literature, the brilliant Peaceable Sherwood. A story of a family of Jewish Danes escaping to Sweden during WWII.

There's a book about life in Afghanistan under the Taliban; one about the Japanese occupation of Korea and the later Communist takeover of North Korea; and one about figuring out what causes cholera. One is about the Trail of Tears, when the Cherokee were evicted from their homes in Georgia and forcibly resettled in Arkansas.

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History & Geography

God's Smuggler (HA12)

Should we obey God or man?

Brother Andrew decides, as so many men and women of faith before him, that it is worth risking his life to distribute the Word of God in places where government regulations prohibit it. More thrilling than a spy story . . . and all true!

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The Singing Tree (HA02)

In "The Singing Tree" by Kate Seredy, life changes drastically for Kate and Jancsi when Jancsi's father is called to
battle in World War I and the children are left in charge of the farm.

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The Sherwood Ring (HA05)

A charming story about an orphan who goes to live with her distant uncle only to solve a long family mystery.

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Mary Jones & Her Bible (HA08)

Incredible true story of a girl so inspired by the Bible that she determines to get a copy—whatever it takes! Timeless, unforgettable, and sure to inspire future generations.

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Number the Stars (HA13)

The story of a Danish family's role in subverting their Nazi oppressor's evil designs. This selection from our read-aloud books is a gripping, moving story.

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Classic Poetry (HA15)

Gripping poems and stunning illustrations make this anthology enjoyable and accessible. An inviting introduction to timeless poetry, it includes thoughtful introductions to each featured poet—from Shakespeare to Emily Dickinson to Langston Hughes.

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The Arrow Over the Door (HA16)

A dramatic, suspenseful tale of Samuel Russell, a pacifist Quaker, and Stands Straight, an Abenaki Indian scouting for King George. In the summer of 1777, these two young boys share an encounter neither will ever forget. Thoughtful.

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A Murder for Her Majesty (HA17)

Alice, after witnessing her father's murder, flees and takes refuge with the choirboys of a large cathedral. Full of intrigue. A great story set in the Elizabethan era.

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The Great Trouble (HA23)

As a "mudlark," the orphan, Eel, spends his days in the River Thames, searching for odds and ends to sell. As if being an orphan isn't hard enough, Eel is hunted by Fisheye Bill Tyler, the nastiest man on the streets. Add in a secret that costs Eel four shillings a week to keep, and an outbreak of the "blue death," and you have the makings of engaging fiction for young adults.

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The Ghost in the Tokaido Inn (HR06)

When a precious ruby is stolen, Seikei is the only witness, and a famous samurai judge needs his help. Soon they are hot on the trail of the ruby — and an unforgettable adventure. A delightful Sherlock Holmes-style mystery.

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Only the Names Remain: The Cherokees and the Trail of Tears (HR13)

From 1837 to 1838, thousands of Cherokee Indians were forced to march from their homelands in Georgia to live in exile in Arkansas. Fighting bitter cold and blazing heat with little food or water, one out of every four died. A sad, but moving account of the Trail of Tears.

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Readers / Literature

The Breadwinner (HR01)

Parvana lives in a bombed-out apartment in Afghanistan. When her father is arrested by the Taliban, Parvana must become the breadwinner for her family. Set against the backdrop of war and religious fanaticism, Parvana's struggle to survive is sobering, yet uplifting.

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Year of Impossible Goodbyes (HR02)

Sookan lives through the brutal Japanese occupation and escapes North Korea during the Communist takeover. An eye-opening story of the human spirit in an unjust world. Sad, but unforgettable.

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The Good Master (HR03)

Jancsi, a Hungarian boy in the early 1900s, is overjoyed that his cousin is coming to spend the summer at his father's ranch on the Hungarian plains. Their summer proves more adventurous than he had hoped when headstrong Kate arrives. A joyous book.

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