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  • Item #: 064320
    ISBN: 9780544734456
    Retail: $33.60
    Rainbow Price: $25.20
  • Item #: 064318
    ISBN: 9780544745575
    Retail: $33.60
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  • Item #: 064319
    ISBN: 9780544745582
    Retail: $33.60
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  • Item #: 064317
    ISBN: 9780544745568
    Retail: $33.60
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  • Item #: 050959
    ISBN: 9780547746593
    Retail: $57.05
    Rainbow Price: $39.95
  • Item #: 064321
    ISBN: 9780544745605
    Retail: $33.60
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  • Item #: 064314
    ISBN: 9780544875050
    Retail: $177.90
    Rainbow Price: $129.95
  • Item #: 050965
    ISBN: 9780547746654
    Retail: $57.05
    Rainbow Price: $39.95
  • Item #: 040375
    ISBN: 9781419039065
    Retail: $16.99
    Rainbow Price: $12.75
  • Item #: 000677
    ISBN: 9780152164355
    Retail: $7.99
    Rainbow Price: $6.25

    A great read about young Will Knox and his brother, Henry, who undertake the daring and dangerous task of transporting 183 cannons from Fort Ticonderoga to Boston to help George Washington win an important battle.

  • Item #: 064323
    ISBN: 9780544745551
    Retail: $33.60
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  • Item #: 064315
    ISBN: 9780544875067
    Retail: $177.90
    Rainbow Price: $129.95
  • Item #: 064313
    ISBN: 9780544875043
    Retail: $177.90
    Rainbow Price: $129.95
  • Item #: 064305
    ISBN: 9780544601949
    Retail: $9.50
    Rainbow Price: $5.00
  • Item #: 064304
    ISBN: 9780544601932
    Retail: $9.50
    Rainbow Price: $5.00
  • Item #: 062528
    ISBN: 9780547520940
    Retail: $52.80
    Rainbow Price: $37.70

    This is a one-year online renewal code for the online subscription component of Holt World History: Pattern of Interaction Package (#029785). Please note that purchase of this item provides online access only to web-based components of this course and is not a full course without the Homeschool Package.

    Please note that if this is the only item you are purchasing at this time, you will not receive physical paperwork; you will receive an email directly from Houghton Mifflin Harcourt (hmhco.com) 3-5 business days after purchase with instructions for accessing the online course material. If you are purchasing this item with other physical, non-digital items, you will receive paperwork with your order with instructions on accessing the course. Please note that the one year of access begins immediately after you receive your code.

  • Item #: 062517
    ISBN: 9780547688466
    Retail: $38.40
    Rainbow Price: $27.95

    This is a one-year online renewal code for the online subscription component of Holt McDougal Biology Homeschool Package. Please note that purchase of this item provides online access only to web-based components of this course and is not a full course without the Homeschool Package.

    Please note that if this is the only item you are purchasing at this time, you will not receive physical paperwork; you will receive an email directly from Houghton Mifflin Harcourt (hmhco.com) 3-5 business days after purchase with instructions for accessing the online course material. If you are purchasing this item with other physical, non-digital items, you will receive paperwork with your order with instructions on accessing the course. Please note that the one year of access begins immediately after you receive your code.

  • Item #: 053690
    ISBN: 9781411401075
    Retail: $6.95
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    Addition and subtraction with regrouping, skip counting, place value, money, telling time, metric units, basic geometry, and number sentences.

  • Item #: 050964
    ISBN: 9780547746647
    Retail: $57.05
    Rainbow Price: $39.95
  • Item #: 046893
    ISBN: 9780152064556
    Retail: $7.99
    Rainbow Price: $6.25

    Lewis and Clark's journey would not have been the same without Sacajawea, the young woman who served as their guide, translator, and peacemaker. Sacajawea's story is told in alternating chapters, going back and forth between Sacajawea's and Captain William Clark's voices. Authentic excerpts from Clark's journals appear throughout the text, and an author's note in the back explains how research was conducted for the story. A map of Lewis and Clark's expedition is located in the front of the book. By Joseph Bruchac. 200 pgs, pb. ~ Lisa

  • Item #: 040377
    ISBN: 9781419034336
    Retail: $16.99
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  • Item #: 024033
    ISBN: 9781411403840
    Retail: $6.95
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  • Item #: 023825
    ISBN: 9781411472013
    Retail: $7.95
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  • Item #: 013549
    ISBN: 9780156026154
    Retail: $7.99
    Rainbow Price: $6.25

    Drawn from the first 27 chapters of Carl Sandburg's two-volume Abraham Lincoln: The Prairie Years, this is the story (and pre-story) of Abraham Lincoln's growth from baby to boy to young man. With first some family history of his father and grandfather, this book tells of Lincoln's games and chores as a boy, the things he handles and uses, the character building experiences, and the trials and the triumphs which helped shape him into the man he became. Read of Lincoln going from helping his father cut down trees and shoot turkeys to sailing a flatboat down the Mississippi to New Orleans. This version of the story ends with Lincoln packing himself off to New Salem to make his fortune. 222 pgs, pb. ~ Zach

  • Item #: 011762
    ISBN: 9780152162801
    Retail: $7.99
    Rainbow Price: $6.25

    This fictitious tale is set in Ancient Rome. Caius, Rufus, Antonius, Mucius, Flavius, Julius, and Publius are students in the finest grammar school in all of Rome. Only wealthy patricians can afford to send their sons to this school, so these seven are the entire class. One day Cauis begins to irritate Rufus, and Rufus retaliates by writing "Cauis is a dumbbell" on his writing tablet and hanging it up at the front of the classroom. This leads to a scuffle, which their teacher soon dissolves. Rufus is sent home, and the boys are subdued. The next day arrives with a string of mysteries. Neither Rufus nor Cauis come to school, but an even bigger problem is that the teacher isn't there! This has never happened before. The remaining students find him tied up in his closet, his house ransacked. It appears that the burglar took only some mathematic books, unimportant pictures, and Rufus's writing tablet. When the boys go to visit Rufus, they find the words "Cauis is a dumbbell" written in red paint on the temple wall. Rufus claims he is innocent and his handwriting was forged, but his classmates discover that he was out all night long, with no good alibi. Now Rufus has been arrested, and it's up to his six friends to find out who is behind all the mysteries before Rufus is punished for desecrating the temple!

  • Item #: 024055
    ISBN: 9781411403864
    Retail: $6.95
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  • Item #: 024053
    ISBN: 9781411403857
    Retail: $6.95
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  • Item #: 023835
    ISBN: 9781411478848
    Retail: $7.95
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  • Item #: 014504
    ISBN: 9780547722184
    Retail: $7.99
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    The 14-year old daughter of a knight, Catherine records daily events from her perspective in her diary. This humorous piece of historical fiction shares what life was like during the medieval times for an ordinary girl - if you can call Catherine ordinary. Full of spunk and stubbornness, Catherine writes of the various ploys and schemes she uses to ward off those her father wishes to betroth her to. The common villagers have a say in who they marry, why can't she?

  • Item #: 014046
    ISBN: 9780544252233
    Retail: $8.99
    Rainbow Price: $6.95

    Whimsically subtitled: Masterpieces, Messes (and What the Neighbors Thought), this delightful book delves into the fascinating, little known aspects of the lives of famous artists. Discover which of the great masters conducted secret autopsies, which artist lived over three times longer than the expected life span of her day, and which artist made it his goal to "shock the world every twenty-four hours". With its lively, rollicking text and comical portraits, this volume captivates like no other. Please note that one artist is mentioned as being homosexual, but the topic is not elaborated upon. 96 pgs, pb ~ Rachel