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  • Item #: 011984
    ISBN: 9780553256697
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    A family sympathetic to the Jews does what it can to help during Hitler's reign of terror. The famous testimony of the faith of Corrie Ten Boom and her sister as they endure the cruelty and hardships of living in a Nazi concentration camp during World War II.

  • Item #: 011541
    ISBN: 9780740337598
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    Units: Nouns, Pronouns, & Using Words Correctly; Language Usage; Biographies & Grammar; Structure of Language; The English Language; Mechanics & Structure of English; The Hiding Place: A Study Guide; Nonfiction & Communication; Writing & Pronunciation; and Review.
  • Item #: 002335
    ISBN: 9780867170627
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     Boxed Set contains LIFEPACs, teacher guide and required reader, The Hiding Place. LIFEPAC topics include: Word Usage, More Word Usage, Biographies, Structure of Language, Nature of English, Mechanics of English, The Hiding Place: A Study Guide, Literature, Compositions, and Looking Back.

  • Item #: 055287
    ISBN: 9781589976931
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  • Item #: 033164
    ISBN: 9781589975132
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  • Item #: 031137
    ISBN: 9781892069733
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    Each page holds a riddle like: "Your pet lizard has escaped and you've got to find him right away because your parents' guests are due to arrive in thirty minutes! Use the clues to draw a path to your lizard's hiding place." The grid holds pictures of possible hiding places and to figure out which item he's hiding behind, you need to solve the addition problems. Each problem has the form 4 + __ = 8 (W). Using the missing number and directional cues (N, E, W, S) found in parentheses as above, you start at the black star in the grid and travel the appropriate number of spaces in the direction given for each problem.

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  • Item #: 073684
    ISBN: 9780590445696
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  • Item #: 040784
    ISBN: 9781586095628
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  • Item #: 022702
    ISBN: 9780688078133
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    The fog rolls in and tiptoes. It twists around, wrapping things and sounds. How do days of fog affect a seafaring community? What do people do while they wait for the sun to pierce through? This Caldecott Honor and NY Times Best Illustrated book places you right in the midst of the fog with its emotive words and chalky images. A great, imagination-spurring picture book 7.9” x 8”, 40 pp, sc. ~ Ruth

  • Item #: 016155
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      The Eskimos are out to hunt in the frozen arctic, and all the animals need to hide!  Help the animals evade the hunters by placing them in their correct habitat. Each challenge card is placed in the game box, creating a mixture of snow and water.  Then rotate the puzzle pieces so that all the polar bears are on the snow and all the fish are in the water.  Includes 48 challenges with a range of difficulties; game board serves as storage case.

  • Item #: 016151
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    Use the magnetic tile pieces to help some animals hide while others remain in the open. Asian animals like tigers, pandas, elephants, and monkeys are shown on both sides of the game board. The “day” side has four separated sections and the “night” side has one big grid for more difficult challenges. Each challenge requires players to allow only a certain number of each animal to be revealed; this is accomplished using the 4 double-sided jungle tiles. These tiles have square openings in various spots, allowing animals to be seen underneath the cutouts. Rotate and place all four tiles until you find the combination that results in “seeking” the correct total of each creature! Includes 80 challenges; game board serves as storage case.

  • Item #: 010876
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    Gray castle features a functioning drawbridge, secret staircase, trap door, and place to hide valuable goods. Set includes three figures, one horse, shields, swords, cannon, prison cage, banner, ladder, bow and arrow, and tons of other accessories. Dimensions: 20.5" x 18.9" x 13.4".

  • Item #: 009586
    ISBN: 9781885767219
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    In 1685, France was not a friendly place to those who called themselves Huguenots. Protestant families, like the Martineau family of this story, faced many persecutions, as King Louis XIV tried to root out all forms of Protestantism in France. Forced to flee and to hide, where can these persecuted families go to simply worship God openly? ~ Zach

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  • Item #: LHOW8L
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  • Item #: 073124
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    Add flair to any paper craft with this colorful electronic kit! Using conductive tape, 10 small “coin” batteries, 30 colored LEDs, and binder clips (along with any household tools traditionally used in paper crafts, not included), create up to 10 vibrant projects. Specific templates (with instructions) can be found & printed at www.browndoggadgets.com, but the basic idea is to strategically place LEDs on the craft (mimicking eyes, or simply adding bright accents) before using the tape to form a battery-powered circuit. Multiple layers of craft paper can be used to cleverly hide or accentuate the circuit as desired.

  • Item #: 071863
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  • Item #: 060309
    ISBN: 9781603577083
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  • Item #: 049933
    ISBN: 9781402277290
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      What a delightful story and fascinating journey as a little girl named Linnea—who enthusiastically loves Monet’s paintings—gets to travel to Paris and then Giverney to visit Monet’s home, gardens and the setting for so many of his famous waterlily paintings. She even gets to visit one of his living relatives. Explore both Monet’s personal and professional life and the Impressionist movement in this charming adventure with colorful reproductions of his masterpieces and old family photos sprinkled throughout. The book is beautifully illustrated and has lists of resources (museums, books, things in Paris, Monet’s life timeline) to further your studies. 48 pgs, 7.5x10.75” hc. ~ Emily

  • Item #: 046244
    ISBN: 9780486264769
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    George Bernard Shaw wrote this comedic play about love and war in 1894, yet it continues to be his most performed play around the world. It takes place during the 1885 Serbo-Bulgarian War and features a heroine named Raina who is engaged to Sergius, a war hero. During the war Raina hides another man named Bluntschli in her home, but he leaves before Sergius returns from battle. Upon his return, Sergius himself seems more interested in the servant girl then in Raina, but when Bluntschli returns for a visit and seems romantically interested in Raina, Sergius threatens him with a duel. Full of humor and romance, this play is a sure hit. Complete and unabridged version, 56 pgs, pb. ~ Rachel

  • Item #: 044477
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    In an unassuming plastic tube comes a game containing ten short, cylindrical wooden "floggs," stamped on each end with one of five different images. No two floggs have the same combination of images. Place all the floggs in a circle (or a square, or oval...) in the middle of the table so all players can see them. The game is a simple memory game - you have to turn over two floggs to try and make a match (which will in turn hide the two images that were showing). The object of the game is to make five matches - a pair of apples, a pair of balls, a pair of boats, a pair of crabs, and a pair of leaves. The challenge is to try and remember the images that are hidden when one is revealed - but it is not as easy as it may sound! For 2 or more players. - Zach

  • Item #: 043321
    ISBN: 9780800796273
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    Corrie ten Boom’s story is one of extreme difficulty and oppression, but also one of extreme forgiveness and victory. This version makes Corrie’s story accessible for younger readers without losing the vibrancy and important elements of the original autobiography. This edition would be a great to introduce the biography to your elementary student, to use as a companion for younger students when older students are reading the original, or even to read aloud. Periodic black and white illustrations; 15 chapters, each less than 20 pages; abridged. 5.5” x 8”, 205 pp, sc. ~ Ruth

  • Item #: 040869
    ISBN: 9780440238003
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    Dina is so jealous! Her older sister, Katharina, has been invited by her uncle in America to come and live with his family. America seems so exciting and exotic compared to the drudgery of the sewing in her family's tiny shop in Breisach, Germany. And with the war against France going on, Dina is trapped indoors, which of course means more sewing! One day after sneaking across the river to trade patterns with her friend, she is mistaken as a spy and hunted by the German army. With no place to hide her, Mother and Katharina decide to send Dina to America instead. Dina sets off for America, sure that she is done sewing forever. When she arrives, her uncle is shocked by the substitution, and because Dina is not old enough to go into service as a maid, he decides that she must take in sewing to support herself. Tired of sewing, she rebels, but when things get rocky, she sews just to earn enough money to earn her passage back home. Through trials and a little bit of luck, she eventually begins to find her place – and possibly even a career in Brooklyn. And maybe, just maybe, it involves sewing. 148 pgs, pb; by Patricia Reilly Giff.