Naomi Shihab Nye: 19 Varieties of Gazelle: Poems of the Middle East
E. H. Gombrich: A Little History of the World
Deborah Ellis: Breadwinner
Deborah Ellis: Children of War: Voices of Iraqi Refugees
David Macaulay: City: A Story of Roman Planning and Construction
Craig Kielburger: Free the Children: A Young Man Fights Against Child Labor and Proves that Children Can Change the World
Primo Levi: Gandhi (DK Biography)
Naomi Shihab Nye: Habibi
Gloria Whelan: Homeless Bird
David J Smith: If the World Were a Village: A Book about the World's People, 2nd Edition (CitizenKid)
Manini Chatterjee: India (Eyewitness Books)
Francesco D'Adamo: Iqbal
Philip Steele: Kingfisher Knowledge: The Middle East
Deborah Ellis: Mud City
Deborah Ellis: Parvana's Journey
Roland Smith: Peak
Ward Kaiser And Bob Abramms Denis Wood: Seeing Through Maps: Many Ways to See the World
Suzanne Fisher Staples: Shabanu: Daughter of the Wind (Readers Circle)
N. H. Senzai: Shooting Kabul
Ibtisam Barakat: Tasting the Sky: A Palestinian Childhood
Deborah Ellis: The Breadwinner
Jeanette Winter: The Librarian of Basra: A True Story from Iraq
Deborah Ellis: Three Wishes: Palestinian and Israeli Children Speak
The HW tonight is to finish the Sheppard Software Middle East map game. You should play and log your score for ten rounds of the country game and ten rounds of the capital game.
Follow this link to play the Sheppard Software Middle East game.
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There is a vocabulary quiz on Friday on geography terms. Please study your vocabulary sheet. If you misplaced it, you can download a copy here:
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In class we will look at the role of children in the Civil Rights Movement and view a film called The Children's March.
Mighty Times from GiftsToGive on Vimeo.
1) Don't forget to hand in your Roman Emperor document tomorrow. If printing is an issue, print it from school.
2) Read 1963: March on Washington article and complete the Google Form below.
1963 March on Washington Questions
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