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Review Date: 4/8/2014
I use this in my 7 th grade Language Arts class
Review Date: 1/18/2015
This is an excellent workbook for teens. I wish I had a consumable one for every student.
Review Date: 3/22/2017
My students loved this book. They signed up on a waiting list then passed it around without giving away any part!
Review Date: 2/7/2016
Calvin and Hobbes by Bill Watterson is a MUST READ. The deep insight of a child and his imaginary tiger that comes to life when only Calvin is with him is thought provoking and full of the humor in life.
Review Date: 3/28/2017
I get copies of this novel frequently. I give them to "readers".
This book got me hooked on Jeffrey Archer. Highly recommended read.
Review Date: 4/14/2014
I am using this with my 7th grade class
Review Date: 10/30/2013
I love teaching this book! It is full of symbolism and students must think critically to imagine Sanjtiago's life.
Review Date: 1/22/2014
I use this in my classroom after reading The Old Man and the Sea. Love the book and the lesson. My students do as well.
Review Date: 1/1/2014
I teach 7th grade Language Arts. The first novella we tackle is Hemingway's The Old Man and The Sea. This is a higher level book but full of symbolism and literary terms. We then read The Young Man and the Sea. This is a much lower level book. It was written by Philbrick in homage to The Old Man and the Sea. We then compare and contrast both books as well. Great lesson, high interest, especially to those who love to fish. Both novels are themed HOPE. They are common core rich. A must for fishermen young and old.
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