Our newest bundle introduces students to American geography, art history, literature, mission architecture and World War I.
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.
New books coming for the Literature Disguised as Fun series. Containing your excitement my be difficult, but we’ll understand.
Over in 31 minutes the Literature Disguised as Fun book contest tested the mental fortitude and quick typing skills of 10 winners, an event they’ll probably never forget!
Our last book in the literature series, Selected Poems of Emily Dickinson, was published this morning. That gives us 10 books in this unique series that introduces your students to great short stories, essays, a Shakespeare play, a novel and two poets.
Our two new books are out with more to come in the months ahead. Literature, great art, memes, questions, answers and time- and space-travel…I know, way more than you were expecting right? Time machines aren’t cheap either.
We are hoping to have our first LITERATURE DISGUISED AS FUN books out by the end of September. The endorsements just keep rolling in: “I like the book, but I’m a little disappointed that Mr. Draeger would not show me the time machine.” — Henry David Thoreau