Intro to “Reading the Sky”
Jamie, being dyslexic, may not be able to read words on a page, but he can read clouds and what he sees is as wondrous as it is unbelievable to others. One summer day he sees a man in a business suit parachute from an airplane. When he tells his family and friend Gillian, no one believes him. But, not only are Jamie’s perceptions accurate, the man is a thief who has stolen a million dollars and kidnaps Gillian. When she
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"Shortcuts" by Jeff Harris is a fact-packed page that makes learning fun. Each week, Shortcuts' multicultural cast offers facts, riddles, jokes and puzzles to help students learn about science, geography, animals, food, history and holidays. Each teaching guide provides ideas for expanding the lesson and creating discussion and learning activities for students.