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  1. 1. N Plu gge ew fo d for -in t r 200 gra o No 9 des nfi 4-5 ctio n ! Reading programs for grades 4-12 from a leading authority in literacy instruction Published by Recorded Books
  2. 2. A reading program for middle and high schools from a leading authority in literacy instruction About the Program: • Available in three levels, to reach all students • Written by former classroom teacher and adolescent literacy researcher, Dr. Janet Allen • Based in authentic literature and complementary nonfiction readings • Supported with unabridged Recorded Books • Follows the gradual release of responsibility model Each Level Includes: • Dr. Allen’s Teacher Guide to the program • Resource Binder filled with reproducible handouts, graphic organizers, and nonfic- tion readings • 216 print books and 48 Recorded Books • 2 corrugated cardboard bookshelves • 36 Independent Reading Guides • 3 of Dr. Allen’s acclaimed professional development books • Booktalk cards “Plugged-in to Reading gives teachers guidance without thinking for them. The teacher’s personal touch paired with the abundance of resources makes for a successful learning environment led by a confident instructor.” —Laura Hill, Escambia High School Reading Teacher ASK ABOUT OUR SUPPLEMENTAL CORE NOVELS! CALL US FOR MORE INFORMATION 1-800-638-1304 • www.PluggedintoReading.com
  3. 3. Level 1 Titles† Level 2 Titles† Level 3 Titles† —2nd Edition —2nd Edition Grades 9-12 Grades 5-7 Grades 7-9 1 Teacher-Directed Instruction 1 Teacher-Directed Instruction Bronx Masquerade.............................. by Nikki Grimes 1 Teacher-Directed Instruction Dating Hamlet: Ophelia’s Story............... by Lisa Fiedler Among the Hidden...........by Margaret Peterson Haddix The Lottery Rose .................................... by Irene Hunt Finn ............................................. by Matthew Olshan The Devil’s Arithmetic ............................ by Jane Yolen No More Dead Dogs ..................... by Gordon Korman Lay That Trumpet in Our Hands .......by Susan C. McCarthy Monster .................................... by Walter Dean Myers The Skin I’m In ............................. by Sharon G. Flake 24 print books of each title Slumming ................................... by Kristin D. Randle Wringer .............................................. by Jerry Spinelli 1 unabridged Recorded Book of each title 24 print books of each title 24 print books of each title 2 Peer-Supported Learning 1 unabridged Recorded Book of each title 1 unabridged Recorded Book of each title 2 Peer-Supported Learning The Battle of Jericho .................... by Sharon M. Draper 2 Peer-Supported Learning Bless Me, Ultima ...............................by Rudolfo Anaya Armageddon Summer .... by Jane Yolen and Bruce Coville The Flunking of Joshua T. Bates ........... by Susan Shreve Briar Rose ............................................... by Jane Yolen The Black Pearl .................................. by Scott O’Dell Locomotion ............................. by Jacqueline Woodson The House of the Scorpion .................. by Nancy Farmer The Body of Christopher Creed ...... by Carol Plum-Ucci Mick Harte Was Here .......................... by Barbara Park Ironman .......................................... by Chris Crutcher Children of the River ............................ by Linda Crew The Midwife’s Apprentice ............... by Karen Cushman Jake, Reinvented ............................ by Gordon Korman Deathwatch ......................................... by Robb White Nightjohn .......................................... by Gary Paulsen Their Eyes Were Watching God...... by Zora Neale Hurston Stuck in Neutral .............................. by Terry Trueman The Pinballs ......................................... by Betsy Byars The Things They Carried ..................... by Tim O’Brien Swallowing Stones ......................... by Joyce McDonald Scorpions .................................. by Walter Dean Myers 6 print books of each title The True Confessions of Charlotte Doyle .............. by Avi Who Put That Hair in My Toothbrush? 1 unabridged Recorded Book of each title .......................................................by Jerry Spinelli 6 print books of each title 1 unabridged Recorded Book of each title 3 Self-Directed Learning 6 print books of each title 1 unabridged Recorded Book of each title 3 Self-Directed Learning Athletic Shorts .................................. by Chris Crutcher Autobiography of My Dead Brother ... by Walter Dean Myers 3 Self-Directed Learning An American Plague ............................ by Jim Murphy The Bean Trees ........................... by Barbara Kingsolver Angus, Thongs and Full-Frontal Snogging Absolutely Normal Chaos ................. by Sharon Creech Celine.................................................... by Brock Cole ................................................ by Louise Rennison Al Capone Does My Shirts ....... by Gennifer Choldenko A Child Called “It”................................ by Dave Pelzer Blackwater .......................................... by Eve Bunting The Apprenticeship of Chinese Cinderella: The True Story Breaking Through ....................... by Francisco Jiménez Lucas Whitaker.........................by Cynthia DeFelice of an Unwanted Daughter........ by Adeline Yen Mah The Contender ................................. by Robert Lipsyte Attack of the Mutant Underwear ........ by Tom Birdseye The Curious Incident of the The Crossing ...................................... by Gary Paulsen Bandit’s Moon ................................. by Sid Fleischman Dog in the Night-Time ................. by Mark Haddon Cruise Control ...................................by Terry Trueman Beardance ............................................ by Will Hobbs Double Helix ..................................... by Nancy Werlin The Dare ................................................ by R.L. Stine Bearstone .............................................. by Will Hobbs Dragon Keeper ............................. by Carole Wilkinson Dicey’s Song ...................................... by Cynthia Voigt The Boy Who Saved Baseball ............ by John H. Ritter The Earth, My Butt, and Don’t Look Behind You ....................... by Lois Duncan Buttermilk Hill .................................... by Ruth White Other Big Round Things ........... by Carolyn Mackler Don’t You Dare Read This, Mrs. Dunphrey The Castle Corona .............................by Sharon Creech Give a Boy a Gun................................ by Todd Strasser ................................. by Margaret Peterson Haddix Countdown ..................................... by Ben Mikaelsen The Hoopster ....................... by Alan Lawrence Sitomer The Face on the Milk Carton ...... by Caroline B. Cooney Crispin: The Cross of Lead .................................. by Avi I Am Morgan le Fay......................... by Nancy Springer Flight #116 Is Down! ............... by Caroline B. Cooney Dear Mr. Henshaw .......................... by Beverly Cleary Killing Mr. Griffin .............................. by Lois Duncan Flipped .............................. by Wendelin Van Draanen Drive-By ............................................ by Lynne Ewing Loch...................................................... by Paul Zindel Gentlehands ............................................ by M.E. Kerr A Family Apart ........................ by Joan Lowery Nixon The Lost Boy.......................................... by Dave Pelzer Hush ...................................... by Jacqueline Woodson Forged by Fire ............................ by Sharon M. Draper The Luckiest Girl in the World ...... by Steven Levenkron Jesse ........................................................ by Gary Soto The Girl Who Owned a City ................ by O.T. Nelson The Man Who Was Poe ........................................by Avi Keesha’s House ...................................... by Helen Frost The Great Gilly Hopkins ............ by Katherine Paterson Night ..................................................... by Elie Wiesel Let the Circle Be Unbroken ......... by Mildred D. Taylor Heads or Tails ...................................... by Jack Gantos No Easy Answers ............................ by Donald R. Gallo Lifted Up by Angels .................... by Lurlene McDaniel Homecoming ..................................... by Cynthia Voigt On the Bright Side, I’m Now the Living Up the Street ................................ by Gary Soto I Am Rosa Parks ......... by Rosa Parks with Jim Haskins Girlfriend of a Sex God ............. by Louise Rennison Lucas ................................................ by Kevin Brooks Island of the Blue Dolphins .................. by Scott O’Dell The Pact..........................................by Sampson Davis, The Maze ............................................ by Will Hobbs Junebug ................................................ by Alice Mead George Jenkins, and Rameck Hunt The Outsiders ...................................... by S.E. Hinton The Kid Who Ran for President .......... by Dan Gutman Private Peaceful.......................... by Michael Morpurgo Over the Wall ................................... by John H. Ritter Mossflower ......................................... by Brian Jacques The Raft ....................................... by Robert Trumbull Pretties............................................by Scott Westerfeld Pacific Crossing ....................................... by Gary Soto The Rag and Bone Shop .................. by Robert Cormier Prom .................................. by Laurie Halse Anderson Rowan and the Ice Creepers ................. by Emily Rodda The Rapture of Canaan .................... by Sheri Reynolds Rumble Fish ........................................ by S.E. Hinton Ruby Holler ..................................... by Sharon Creech Rats Saw God...................................... by Rob Thomas The Shakespeare Stealer ................. by Gary Blackwood Sadako and the Thousand Paper Cranes Romiette and Julio....................... by Sharon M. Draper Slam! ....................................... by Walter Dean Myers .................................................... by Eleanor Coerr Shabanu: Daughter of the Wind ... by Suzanne Fisher Staples Specials ...........................................by Scott Westerfeld The Same Stuff as Stars .............. by Katherine Paterson She’s Come Undone ............................... by Wally Lamb Tangerine .......................................... by Edward Bloor Sarny ................................................. by Gary Paulsen Siddhartha: An Indian Tale............. by Hermann Hesse Tears of a Tiger ........................... by Sharon M. Draper Shark Bait .................................. by Graham Salisbury Staying Fat for Sarah Byrnes ............. by Chris Crutcher Tunnels ............by Roderick Gordon & Brian Williams Skeleton Man .................................. by Joseph Bruchac Stranger with My Face ......................... by Lois Duncan Under the Blood-Red Sun ............ by Graham Salisbury Someone Was Watching ................. by David Patneaude A Walk to Remember ....................... by Nicholas Sparks The Year Without Michael .......... by Susan Beth Pfeffer Stone Fox .......................... by John Reynolds Gardiner Weetzie Bat............................... by Francesca Lia Block Thunder Cave ................................... by Roland Smith 2 print books of each title Wrestling Sturbridge ............................ by Rich Wallace 1 unabridged Recorded Book of each title 2 print books of each title 2 print books of each title 1 unabridged Recorded Book of each title 1 unabridged Recorded Book of each title 216 total print books 48 total unabridged Recorded Books 216 total print books 216 total print books 48 total unabridged Recorded Books 48 total unabridged Recorded Books Playaway* 10835XG...................$8,295.00 Cass. 14666XG ...................$7,995.00 Playaway* 10833XG...................$8,295.00 Playaway* 10837XG...................$8,295.00 CD 14670XG....................$7,995.00 Cass. 14665XG ...................$7,995.00 Cass. 10778XG ....................$7,995.00 CD 14669XG....................$7,995.00 CD 10779XG ....................$7,995.00 † Titles subject to change *Ask for a list of titles available on Playaway
  4. 4. nonfiction A reading program for middle and high schools from a leading authority in literacy instruction About the Program: • Available in three levels, to reach all students • Written by former classroom teacher and adolescent literacy researcher, Dr. Janet Allen • Based in authentic nonfiction texts and complementary fiction and nonfiction readings • Supported with audiobooks • Follows the gradual release of responsibility model • Models and reinforces 8 Power Strategies for reading and writing nonfiction texts • Includes SAT preparation materials • Teaches effective strategies that students can transfer to content area textbook comprehension Each Level Includes: • Dr. Allen’s Teacher Guide to the program • Resource Binder filled with reproducible graphic organizers and assessments • Over 140 print books and 50 Recorded Books • 2 corrugated cardboard bookshelves • 5 copies of each of the Independent Reading Guides “After my first year of teaching, I realized that my • 8 copies of each of the 8 Power Strategy students were struggling with nonfiction texts on their Learning Guides state assessment. My middle school was fortunate • 3 of Dr. Allen’s acclaimed professional enough to implement Plugged-in to Nonfiction. development books Now I can pinpoint needs of individuals • CD with pre- and post-assessments and quickly and efficiently.” Power Strategy assessments —Shannon Sleeper, Caribou Middle School ELA Teacher • Booktalk cards 1-800-638-1304 • www.PluggedintoReading.com
  5. 5. Level 1 Nonfiction† Level 2 Nonfiction† Level 3 Nonfiction† Grades 7-9 Grades 5-7 Grades 9-12 Core Text Core Text Core Text Phineas Gage: A Gruesome but True Story The Great Fire Getting Away with Murder: The True Story About Brain Science of the Emmett Till Case 24 print books 24 print books 2 copies of the Recorded Book 24 print books 2 copies of the Recorded Book 2 copies of the Recorded Book Power Strategy Texts Power Strategy Texts Power Strategy Texts Are We Alone?: Scientists Search for Life in Space Birmingham, 1963 Dear Miss Breed Cold Light: Creatures, Discoveries, The Girls’ Life Guide to Growing Up From Boneshakers to Choppers: The Rip-Roaring and Inventions That Glow History of Motorcycles Horrible Science: Disgusting Digestion Curse of the Pharaohs: My Adventures with Mummies Guinea Pig Scientists: Bold Self-Experimenters in Kids Make History: A New Look at America’s Story The Down-to-Earth Guide to Global Warming Science and Medicine Oh, Yikes! History’s Grossest, Wackiest Moments Journeys for Freedom: A New Look at America’s Story Let Me Play: The Story of Title IX Snowbound: The Tragic Story of the Donner Party Oh, Yuck! The Encyclopedia of Everything Nasty Mental_Floss Presents Condensed Knowledge Tales of the Cryptids: Out of Darkness: The Story of Louis Braille Tough Boy Sonatas Mysterious Creatures That May or May Not Exist We Are One: The Story of Bayard Rustin Tupac Shakur Tell All the Children Our Story: Memories and 8 print books of each title Mementos of Being Young and Black in America Us and Them: A History of Intolerance in America 2 copies of the Recorded Book 8 print books of each title 8 print books of each title 2 copies of the Recorded Book 2 copies of the Recorded Book Independent Reading Texts *Animal Grossology: The Science of Creatures Independent Reading Texts Independent Reading Texts Gross and Disgusting *1,000 Places to See Before You Die 2gether 4ever: Notes of a Junior High School Heartthrob *Blackbeard the Pirate King *Andy Warhol: Pop Art Painter Adventures of Penrose the Mathematical Cat Boy: Tales of Childhood The Burn Journals *The Adventurous Life of Myles Standish and the *The Boys’ War: Confederate and Union Soldiers Amazing-But-True Survival Story of Plymouth Chicken Soup for the Latino Soul Talk About the Civil War Colony *The Devil in the White City: Bury the Dead: Tombs, Corpses, Mummies, America’s Dumbest Criminals Murder, Magic, and Madness Skeletons, and Rituals at the Fair that Changed America *Boys Who Rocked the World: *El Niño: Stormy Weather for People and Wildlife From King Tut to Tiger Woods *Flocabulary: The Hip-Hop Approach Emeril’s There’s a Chef in My Soup!: to SAT-Level Vocabulary Building *Brainstorm: The Stories of Twenty Recipes for the Kid in Everyone American Kid Inventors *Flocabulary: The Hip-Hop Approach to U.S. History Encyclopedia of Animals Chicken Soup for the Teenage Soul: From Abba to Zoom: A Pop Culture Encyclopedia of the *Extreme Pets! 101 Stories of Life, Love, and Learning Late 20th Century *Facing the Lion: Growing Up Maasai *The Concrete Wave: The History of Skateboarding *From Altoids to Zima: The Surprising Stories Behind on the African Savanna 125 Famous Brand Names *Do Fish Drink Water?: *Generation Fix: Young Ideas for a Better World Puzzling and Improbable Questions and Answers *Go Ask Alice *Girls Think of Everything: *The Egyptian News *Hayao Miyazaki: Master of Japanese Animation Stories of Ingenious Inventions by Women Escape!: The Story of the Great Houdini *Horrible Science: Chemical Chaos *Harriet Tubman: Conductor on the *Extreme Sports: The Illustrated Guide to *Horrible Science: The Terrible Truth About Time Underground Railroad Maximum Adrenaline Thrills How to Draw Hip Hop *Horrible Science: Space, Stars, and Slimy Aliens *Freedom Riders: John Lewis and Jim Zwerg on the *Ladies First: 40 Daring American *Immigrant Kids Front Lines of the Civil Rights Movement Women Who Were Second to None *Indy Race Cars *Girls Who Rocked the World: *Leonardo da Vinci *Leon’s Story Heroines from Sacagawea to Sheryl Swoopes *Lucky *Lives of the Athletes *The Greatest: Muhammad Ali Malcolm X: A Graphic Biography Mistakes That Worked: 40 Familiar Inventions *Horrible Science: Blood, Bones and Body Bits Maus: A Survivor’s Tale and How They Came to Be *Horrible Science: Bulging Brains *Nickel and Dimed: On (Not) Getting By in America *A Negro League Scrapbook *How Rude! The Teenager’s Guide to Good Manners, *Onward: A Photobiography of African-American Polar *On the Court with … Michael Jordan Proper Behavior and Not Grossing People Out Explorer Matthew Henson *Out of the Shadows: An Artist’s Journey Jokelopedia: The Biggest, Best, Silliest, *The Periodic Table: Elements with Style Ripley’s Believe It or Not! Special Edition 2006 Dumbest Joke Book Ever *The Places in Between The Stunning Science of Everything *Light Shining Through the Mist: *Reading Lolita in Tehran *The Stupid Crook Book A Photobiography of Dian Fossey Uncle John’s Bathroom Reader Plunges into Hollywood *Team Moon: How 400,000 People Landed *The Lost Boy: A Foster Child’s *Voices from the Fields: Apollo 11 on the Moon Search for the Love of a Family Children of Migrant Farmworkers Tell Their Stories Uncle John’s Bathroom Reader for Kids Only! The NEW Way Things Work *War in the Middle East: A Reporter’s Story *What Happened to the Mammoths? and *On Time: From Seasons to Split Seconds What’s the Number for 911? Other Explorations of Science in Action Richard the Lionheart America’s Wackiest 911 Calls* *Women of Hope: African Americans Top Secret: A Handbook of Codes, Ciphers, Worst Case Scenario: Extreme Edition Who Made a Difference and Secret Writing 2 print books of each title 2 print books of each title Uncle John’s Top Secret! Bathroom Reader for Kids Only! 2 copies of the Recorded Book (as noted*) 2 copies of the Recorded Book (as noted*) The Worst-Case Scenario Surival Handbook: Travel 150 total print books *Zlata’s Diary: A Child’s Life in Wartime Sarajevo 146 total print books each 60 total Recorded Books 2 print books of each title 58 total Recorded Books 2 copies of the Recorded Book (as noted*) Cass. 10817XG ....................$7,995.00 Cass. 10809XG ...................$7,995.00 144 total print books CD 10819XG ....................$7,995.00 CD 10811XG .....................$7,995.00 52 total Recorded Books † Titles subject to change Cass. 10813XG ....................$7,995.00 CD 10815XG ....................$7,995.00 *Audiobook provided
  6. 6. 9 0 20 r fo ew N Grades 4-5! nonfiction A reading program for grades 4-5 from a leading authority in literacy instruction About the Program: • Available for grades 4-5 • Written by former classroom teacher and adolescent literacy researcher, Dr. Janet Allen • Based on a collection of authentic nonfiction texts • Contains lessons that teach effective strategies students can use to comprehend textbooks across all content areas • Follows the gradual release of responsibility model • Models and reinforces 8 Power Strategies for reading and writing nonfiction texts • Supported with audiobooks Each Level Includes: • Dr. Allen’s Teacher Guide and comprehensive Resources • CD with reproducible graphic organizers and other materials • Power Strategy Guides for the students • Three of Dr. Allen’s professional development books • Booktalk cards • Cardboard bookshelves • Over 190 print books and 70 audiobooks 1-800-638-1304 • www.PluggedintoReading.com
  7. 7. Dr. Janet Allen’s Plugged-in to Nonfiction for Grades 4-5!† Core Texts Independent Reading Texts Rescues!..................................................................................................Sandra Markle *Abraham Lincoln: The Life of America’s Sixteenth President ..........................................................Gary Jeffrey and Kate Petty Hana’s Suitcase .........................................................................................Karen Levine *Caring for Cheetahs: My African Adventure......................................Rosanna Hansen 24 print books of each title Chicken Soup for the Kid’s Soul: 101 Stories of 2 copies of the Recorded Book Courage, Hope and Laughter for Kids Ages 8 - 12 ..........................................................................Jack Canfield, Mark Victor Hansen, Power Strategy Texts ................................................................................Patty Hansen, and Irene Dunlap George vs. George: The American Revolution *The Cod’s Tale ...................................................................................Mark Kurlansky as Seen from Both Sides ..................................................................Rosalyn Schanzer The Curse of King Tut’s Tomb .............................................................Michael Burgan How Dinosaurs Took Flight: Fossils, Science, The Dangerous Book for Boys ..................................Conn Iggulden and Hal Iggulden What We Think We Know, and Mysteries Yet Unsolved................Christopher Sloan The Daring Book for Girls .........................Andrea J. Buchanan and Miriam Peskowitz When Fish Got Feet, Sharks Got Teeth, and *Delicious: The Life & Art of Wayne Thiebaud.........................Susan Goldman Rubin Bugs Began to Swarm: A Cartoon Prehistory *Dino Poop and Other Remarkable Remains of the Past ...............Jane Hammerslough of Life Long Before Dinosaurs ..........................................................Hannah Bonner *Dog of Discovery: A Newfoundland’s Adventures The World Made New: Why the Age of Exploration with Lewis and Clark....................................................................Laurence P. Pringle Happened and How It Changed the World *The Dog Who Rescues Cats: The True Story of Ginny .......................Philip Gonzalez .............................................................................Marc Aronson and John W. Glenn The Egyptology Handbook: Arctic Thaw: The People of the A Course in the Wonders of Egypt .........................................................Emily Sands Whale in a Changing Climate.................................................................Peter Lourie Extreme Math: Real Math, Real People, Real Sports The Brother’s War: ......................................................................Marya Washington Tyler and Kip Tyler Civil War Voices in Verse ...................................................................J. Patrick Lewis *Hachiko Waits ....................................................................................Leslea Newman The Forbidden Schoolhouse: The True and Dramatic Harriet Tubman and the Underground Railroad...................................Michael Martin Story of Prudence Crandall and Her Students .................................Suzanne Jurmain Hispanic-American Crafts Kids Can Do! .................................................Fay Robinson Hatshepsut: The Princess Who Became King................................................................................Ellen Galford *Horrible Science: Angry Animals .............................................................Nick Arnold *Horrible Science: Killer Energy................................................................Nick Arnold 8 print books of each title How to Draw Pokémon .............................................................................Tracey West 2 copies of the Recorded Book *Hurricanes: Witness to Disaster................................Judith Fradin and Dennis Fradin *Imagine a Dragon..............................................................................Laurence Pringle *Jesse Owens: Fastest Man Alive .........................................Carole Boston Weatherford *The Man Who Made Time Travel ........................................................Kathryn Lasky *My Freedom Trip: A Child’s Escape from North Korea...... Frances Park and Ginger Park *On the Halfpipe with Tony Hawk ...................................................Matt Christopher *On the Track with Jeff Gordon ........................................................Matt Christopher Pink Princess Cookbook..........................................................................Barbara Beery *Pocket Babies and Other Amazing Marsupials...................................Sneed B. Collard *The Puzzle of the Platypus and Other Explorations of Science in Action ...................................................Jack Myers *Rattlesnake Dance: True Tales, Mysteries, and Rattlesnake Ceremonies.................................Jennifer Owings Dewey Ripley’s Believe It or Not! Creepy Stuff....................................................Mary Packard Ripley’s Believe It or Not! World’s Weirdest Critters ................................Mary Packard *Roanoke: The Lost Colony: An Unsolved Mystery from History ..............................................................Jane Yolen and Heidi Elisabet Yolen Stemple *The Salem Witch Trials: An Unsolved Mystery from History ..............................................................Jane Yolen and Heidi Elisabet Yolen Stemple The Science Chef: 100 Fun Food Experiments and Recipes for Kids ...............................Joan D’Amico and Karen Eich Drummond *Sharks! Strange and Wonderful..........................................................Laurence Pringle Sign Language for Kids: A Fun & Easy Guide to American Sign Language ...........................................................Lora Heller *So You Want to Be President? ...........................................................Judith St. George Uncle John’s Electrifying Bathroom Reader for Kids Only! ................................................................Bathroom Readers’ Institute Uncle John’s Wild & Woolly Bathroom Reader for Kids Only! ................................................................Bathroom Readers’ Institute *What Makes Popcorn Pop?: And Other Questions About the World Around Us ..................................Jack Myers *You Wouldn’t Want to Be a Mammoth Hunter! Dangerous Beasts You’d Rather Not Encounter.......................................John Malam 2 print books of each title 2 copies of the Recorded Book (as noted*) 196 total print books † Titles subject to change 70 total Recorded Books CD 10839XG ..................$11,995.00 *Audiobook provided
  8. 8. “One of my absolute favorite moments with Plugged-in to Reading is when the students are in their small groups, and it is totally quiet until the silence is punctuated by laughter. The fact that students all start cracking up at the same time shows me they are staying on task, reading together, and comprehending what they are reading. It’s fantastic!” —Karin Warzybok, English Teacher, Sussman Middle School, CA “I am currently teaching Plugged-in at Alger Middle School to 6th, 7th, and 8th graders. It is truly amazing to watch students so engaged in their learning. Students are asking me every day to borrow the Plugged-in books so they can take them home and continue their reading. I must say that this is my favorite program by far!” —Jessalyn Johnson, Grand Rapids, MI teacher using both Plugged-in to Reading and Plugged-in to Nonfiction “I never really liked to read before using Plugged-in to Reading. I guess I just didn’t know where to find interesting books. Now I have a list of books I want to read next!” —Samuel, 11th-grader from AL 1-800-638-1304 • www.PluggedintoReading.com 270 Skipjack Road • Prince Frederick, MD 20678

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