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GOOD MASTERS!                                 SWEET LADIES!                           Voices from a Medieval Village      ...
Varlets, Vermin, Simpletons, SaintsSetting: A Medieval   Manor, 1255                       The Crusades       Peasants plo...
HUGO, The Lord’s       TAGGOT, The         WILL, The Plowboy   Nephew          Blacksmith’s Daughter   ALICE, The         ...
OTHO, The Miller’s Son   JACK, The Half-Wit      SIMON, The Knight’s Son  EDGAR, The                     ISOBEL,          ...
LOWDY, The                                   DROGO, The Tanner’s                           PASK, The Runaway        Appren...
PETRONELLA,                        The Merchant’s DaughterJACOB BEN SALOMON,The Moneylender’s Son
MARIOT,The Glassblower’s Daughter                                       MAUD,                             The Glassblower’...
Video – A good summary andreview by Medievalists.net                      Photo Stream – click photo to see kids          ...
Today Show InterviewLaura Amy Schlitz on NBC’s The Today Show with Anne Curry
Author & IllustratorLaura Amy Schlitz, Author   Robert Byrd, Illustrator
Picturebook!!   Picturebook!!
Picturebook!!
Links to Other Interactive PagesTeachers’ Guide From  Candlewick Press     Medieval Jeopardy and other games from         ...
Schlitz, Laura Amy. Good Masters! Sweet Ladies!: Voices from a MedievalVillage. Illus. by Robert Byrd. Cambridge, MA: Cand...
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A book report slideshow on Good Masters! Sweet Ladies! by Laura Amy Schlitz. Includes audio and visual aids as well as links to interactive media. Appropriate for all age levels and an excellent resource for a language arts curriculum.

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  1. 1. GOOD MASTERS! SWEET LADIES! Voices from a Medieval Village By Laura Amy Schlitz, Illustrated by Robert ByrdCreative Book Report – Rebecca Lausch – Kutztown University LIB 585 Children & Young Adult Literature – Professor Long June 22, 2011
  2. 2. Varlets, Vermin, Simpletons, SaintsSetting: A Medieval Manor, 1255 The Crusades Peasants plowing fields
  3. 3. HUGO, The Lord’s TAGGOT, The WILL, The Plowboy Nephew Blacksmith’s Daughter ALICE, The MOGG, The THOMAS, The Shepherdess Villein’s Daughter Doctor’s Son
  4. 4. OTHO, The Miller’s Son JACK, The Half-Wit SIMON, The Knight’s Son EDGAR, The ISOBEL, BARBARY, The Falconer’s Son The Lord’s Daughter Mudslinger
  5. 5. LOWDY, The DROGO, The Tanner’s PASK, The Runaway Apprentice Varlet’s ChildPIERS, The Glassblower’s NELLY, The Sniggler GILES, The Beggar Apprentice
  6. 6. PETRONELLA, The Merchant’s DaughterJACOB BEN SALOMON,The Moneylender’s Son
  7. 7. MARIOT,The Glassblower’s Daughter MAUD, The Glassblower’s Daughter
  8. 8. Video – A good summary andreview by Medievalists.net Photo Stream – click photo to see kids performing Good Masters! Sweet Ladies! in action
  9. 9. Today Show InterviewLaura Amy Schlitz on NBC’s The Today Show with Anne Curry
  10. 10. Author & IllustratorLaura Amy Schlitz, Author Robert Byrd, Illustrator
  11. 11. Picturebook!! Picturebook!!
  12. 12. Picturebook!!
  13. 13. Links to Other Interactive PagesTeachers’ Guide From Candlewick Press Medieval Jeopardy and other games from Western Reserve Public Media Interactive Games Page from The Middle Ages for Kids – Check out the Castle Tours!
  14. 14. Schlitz, Laura Amy. Good Masters! Sweet Ladies!: Voices from a MedievalVillage. Illus. by Robert Byrd. Cambridge, MA: Candlewick, 2007.
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