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Reading: Be a Tiny Book Ninja

Dr. Stoutmorrill's Campus Innovation Project for the Kellogg Institute

Recommended Publishers

  • Townsend Press is an independent publisher owned and operated by educators. They publish English/Language Arts materials for students in elementary school through college. Materials include adaptations to classic literature, biographies, and short stories.
  • Oxford Bookworms Library sells adapted American and European literature, available in seven accessible levels.
  • Oxford Bookworms Factfiles features non-fiction topics for cross-curricular reading, including historical facts, environmental issues, and cultures. Available in four levels.
  • Grass Roots Press publishes high interest low level (hi-lo) books for adult basic education and English as a Second Language communities. Resources include chapter books for literature and biographies, and easy-to-read health and career topics.
  • Penguin Readers publishes contemporary fiction, essential non-fiction, and popular classics in eight reading levels for learners of English as a foreign language. 

Book List Nonfiction

Book List Fiction

We have available at Deerwood and Downtown Campus in paperback, and also at Downtown in audio CD. This book begins as two stories, about two eleven-year-olds in Sudan, a girl in 2008 and a boy in 1985. Their stories meet in a surprising and emotional way.