How did the elephant get his trunk? Or the leopard his spots? Or the camel his hump? Important questions that are answered in this new book for your younger students.
Time for an English fairy tale! The first book in the Literature Disguised as Fun series for your younger students has been published. Plant those magic beans and buy a book.
Magic beans is something we’ve all wanted at one time or another. Get ready for books for your younger students from ARTK12’s Literature Disguised as Fun series.
The contest was over in 32 minutes a little longer than usual. I guess people aren’t excited about reading something that may give them nightmares.
Our next book in the Literature Disguised as Fun series is Frankenstein: or, The Modern Prometheus by Mary W. Shelley. You don’t want to miss this one because everyone needs to experience a few bad dreams.
Not satisfied with our black and white edition of A Christmas Carol? We’ve got your back! Take a look at our Family Reading Edition.
The newest book in the Literature Disguised as Fun book series is the classic story of greed and redemption, A Christmas Carol by Charles Dickens.
Something new and different for our newest series and Dickens’ A Christmas Carol: a student edition (paperback) and a family reading edition (hardback).
The next book in our Literature Disguised as Fun series will be Charles Dickens’ A Christmas Carol. Scrooge has been very difficult in the contract negotiations, but we’re almost there.
Rainbow Resource writes about our new Literature Disguised as Fun series. They recommend you buy all 10 books. We are in complete agreement. Plus, Scrooge will be in the 11th book (coming this summer) whether he wants to be or not.