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Talisman Series Set #2  RL: 1.00-2.00 | IL: Ages 8-14+
Talisman Series 2

Catch Up Readers
Designed for older students, these books can be used to either teach or reinforce new and already learned decoding skills. All seven prog... (more)
Sound Out Phonics-Based Chapter Books  RL: K-1.00 | IL: 7-14
For years we have been hearing from special education teachers who have found the Sound Out Phonics-Based Chapter Books effective in teaching basic reading skills. Designed to follow a skill sequence ... (more)
Artesian Non-fiction Ancient Greek Mystery  RL: 4.50 | IL: 9-18+, ESL
Perhaps more than any other civilization, the ancient Greeks have influenced the way we think and act. This series of high interest books explores the mysteries of ancient Greece. The Ancient Greek My... (more)
Orca Currents  RL: 2.00-4.00 | IL: 10-14
Orca Currents is a series of short, high-interest/low reading level novels with compelling, contemporary plots for reluctant middle-school readers. Orca Currents offers this often-overlooked group of ... (more)
Pageturners Spy  RL: 4.00-4.40 | IL: 11-18+, Adult, ESL
Even below average readers will find it hard to resist our exciting new series of novels. You will find that high interest + high quality adds up to success for your students. The 80-page novels deal ... (more)
Orca Soundings  RL: 2.10-4.30 | IL: 12-18+
With contemporary themes and exciting stories, the Orca Soundings for reluctant teen readers are books that teens want to read.

Short chapters, controlled vocabulary, and compelling characters ... (more)