October’s Arrow and Boomerang selections!

The Arrow

HomesickHomesick: My Own Story by Jean Fritz

This fictionalized autobiography tells the heartwarming story of a little girl growing up in an unfamiliar place.

The Arrow is a monthly digital product that features copywork and dictation passages from a specific read aloud novel. It’s geared toward children ages 8-11 and is an indispensable tool for parents who want to teach language arts in a natural, literature-bathed context.

Purchase the Homesick Arrow here.

Buy the novel on Amazon here (referral link).

The Boomerang

What the Moon SawWhat the Moon Saw by Laura Resau

Out of the blue, 14-year-old Clara Luna receives a letter from her grandparents inviting her to spend the summer with them in Mexico. She has never met her fathers parents and he has not seen them since he left his homeland more than 20 years ago. Wary of visiting people she doesn’t know and yet frustrated and restless with her life at home, Clara embarks on the two-day journey to the remote village of Yucuyoo.

The Boomerang is a monthly digital downloadable product that features copywork, dictation passages from a specific read aloud novel, and a number of think piece questions. It is geared toward 7th to 10th graders (ages 12—advanced, 13-15).

Purchase the What the Moon Saw Boomerang here.

Buy the novel on Amazon here (referral link).

PLUS our online Boomerang Book Club (geared toward students in 8th grade and up) discussion of What the Moon Saw starts today!

Images @ Amazon.com

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