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Subject: Deleted by Sarah
Date Posted: 5/23/2009 5:10 PM ET
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I goofed this summer and got so excited I posted in the wrong place. I don't know why this keeps popping up.

Sorry



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Date Posted: 5/31/2009 6:38 AM ET
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What specific deals are you offering?  3 for 1, 4 for 1?  Please post.

 

Date Posted: 5/31/2009 7:52 AM ET
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I can do adult books (paperback or hardback) at 3 for 1.

Children's paperbacks at 2 for 1 (excluding the fairy series)

Scooby Doo books at 4 for 1.

I have 9 odds and ends of the Gordon Korman series that I'll offer for 3 credits.

Sarah

Date Posted: 6/5/2009 8:07 PM ET
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I teach 5-8 special education. My students' reading levels range from 1-4 but they are obviously not interested in 1st grade topics. They love reading chapter books because they can fit in with their friends/classmates. What low-level chapter books do you have?
Subject: Thanks for asking...
Date Posted: 6/6/2009 10:43 AM ET
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The Judy Moody books are a 3rd grade level and would be appropriate for 5th grade girls still.

Deltora Quest series appeal greatly to boys and are written on a 4th grade level.

The Dive, Island, and Everest series by Gordon Korman are a 4th grade level.

I love the Guardians of Ga'Hoole  are 4th grade.

All of these books are 'chunky' enough to look like a middle schooler's book and would probably work well for you. These books are also brand new.

Sarah



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Subject: yoga teacher training course
Date Posted: 12/17/2009 2:33 AM ET
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