ã The Adventures of Tom Sawyer/Adventures of Huckleberry Finn/The Prince and the Pauper Ë Download by Ì Mark Twain

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advanced 4th grade to 6th gradeAlthough nothing beats the full versions of these classic novels, the Great Illustrated Classic format is a good way for young readers to become familiar with the story of the originals The illustrated classic version has about 21 lines of 18 point font on every page There is a black and white ink picture on the right side of every page that helps to illustrate the story The sentence structure is complex than early transitional readers Compared to the original text of The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn, the illustrated classic version is much manageable for an elementary child Content Area Social Studies U.
S History Language ArtsLesson Plan Focusing on the historical aspect of The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn, one can notice many references to the way that people thought, acted and lived pre civil war Students can read the illustrated classic version and compare this to what they are learning about the civil war.
The Prince and the Pauper is one of those books that I started reading in childhood Since then, I bet I ve read it twenty or times Most recently, I read it out loud to my husband as we traveled, earlier this year It s a challenging out loud read, but an enduring and endearing story.
If I m feeling in a hurry when I read it, then I do a sort of good parts read I read the early stuff about Tom, about his meeting with the prince, and then mainly about Tom s adventures after that I tend to read less of the prince s part of the book although I really like the character of Miles Hendon.
I highly recommend it for anyone of any age I think I read it first when I was eight or nine I had to ask for help with a fair amount of the archaic words, but that didn t stop me In fact, I need a new copy Mine is falling apart

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