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Main / Central Idea
Point of View
Rhythm & Rhyme
Works of humor are
primarily intended to amuse the audience. Humorous writings can be of any
length or any genre. An author may use a variety of techniques to entertain the
audience, including satire, irony, surprise, and puns.
Teaching poetry can be made easy with a little wit, a splash of humor, and a dash of fun. This reading set has all that and mor...
From haughty house dogs to precocious puppies, this reading set is full of delightful stories about dogs. Younger students will...
While a young man's fancy may turn to love in the spring, it's on everyone's mind as February 14th, a.k.a. St. Valentine's Day,...
Christmas and children go together like, well, Santa's sleigh and flying reindeer. This reading set for younger students featur...
Many children are
already familiar with the Mother Goose nursery rhymes, which makes them easier
to read for beginning reader...
Sophie dances with her bears.
Jackson learns the importance of having everything in its place the hard way.
by Elizabeth Trach
Terry the turkey loves to explore. One day he makes ...
When Laurel wins a goldfish at the school festival, ...
What's it like to be a dog? Scooter tells the story ...