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PM me or reply if you have books about living with learning disabilities that you can do a deal on? I am thinking school (we homeschool) and work.
I have several reading textbooks with activity & workbooks, 2nd thru 4 th grades
math texts, math practice books, 3rd grade
Holt Science text, activity books and teachers books. 3rd grade
Social Studies text and Our Community (social studies) workbook book. 3rd grade
and lots more, check it out.
deal on elementary kids books:
Order any book from my shelf and PM me the three worn, but readable unpostables you want from this list:
The Wizard of Oz by Baum, Tab Books, chapter book
Basil of Baker Street by Titus, Archway, chapter book with b&w pictures
Huckleberry Hound Undercover Police Dog, HannaBarbera, lots of b&W pictures
Charlotte's Web by White, A Dell Yearling Book, chapter book, lots of pictures
Henry and the Paper Route by Beverly Cleary, Scholastic, chapter book with pictures
The Pig who Saved the Day by Crawford, Troll, lots of pictures
The Sleepy Watchdog by Bolognese, A Willy Whale book, picture book
The Very Brave Little Boy by Krasilovsky, Young Reader's Press, picture book
Eggs of Things by Kumin and Sexton, Scholastic, picture book
Ghost Stories by Meagher, Watermill Press
Magic Word Mysteries by York, Watermill Press
Haunted Mazes by Morris. Watermill Press
Ghost Story Mysteries by York, Watermill Press
Mysteries of the Witch's Shoes by Supraner, Troll
Witch Tales by Denan, Troll
Happy Halloween Things to Make and Do by Supraner, Troll
The Haunted Planet by Arneson, Watermill Press
The TV Fun Book by Andrews, Scholastic (1980)
Meet Miss Dracula byAlbright, Troll
New Kids on the Block by Rasco, Modern Publishing (1989)
Thanks, I'll add more later!
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My boys are 14 and 16 yrs. Two of them have difficulty reading and one ADHD with organization problems. All three have sensory difficulties. We homeschool. I want to guide them in the right direction and would love to info on how successsful people with disabilities have done it. I am thinking as an adult as well as helping them learn now.