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Sentence

Families abandoned their farms and fled west looking for work.


The first Europeans in the Delta, arriving in the 1500s, paid little attention to the mysterious
earthworks, by now mostly abandoned remnants of another time.




With no chance of making a living, farm families abandoned their homes and land, fleeing
westward to become migrant laborers.
This creation never really took off, and by 1915 Edison abandoned the idea of sound
motion pictures.


But it took him a long time, and he was still picking over what to keep and what to abandon,
when.

Literary fantasies abounded, with a "moundbuilders theory" hypothesizing that a "people of
great intelligence and skill" had simply disappeared, perhaps to South America.




But your absurd words are as bad as Jo's slang."

In a country with abundant resources, the largest force of skilled labor, and the most
productive industry in the world,


Once food became abundant, between 800 and 1400 A D, towns and cities began to crowd
the banks of the Mississippi and its tributaries.



Water is the most abundant chemical on the surface of Earth.


Brittle stars, snails, and small crustaceans are abundant.



Organisms are much more abundant in waters near the shore than in oceanic waters.



These compounds are also most abundant near the shore because of runoff from the land.
They are more abundant closer to shore because most of the food is here.



Cesar's family frequently did not have access to basic needs such as clean water or toilets.



She wanted to create a place where people who didn't have much money were able to
have access to programs and learning that they would otherwise never be able to afford.


Born in 1918, he was the first internationally acclaimed American-born orchestra conductor.



What do you think was needed to accommodate all those cars?


That didn't seem like it would be a hard thing to accomplish, but the poor boa always
scared people away,



In all criminal prosecutions, the accused shall enjoy the right to a speedy and public trial,

Thus joined together, the Frog first of all led his friend the Mouse to the meadow where
they were accustomed to find their food.
Accustomed to hard work, Anen continued to polish those rough marbles until they were
smooth but he kept them hidden from Decimus.


As he had, however, six sons and six daughters, he found that his money was not too
much to let them all have everything they fancied, as they were accustomed to do.

This new interest was a valued novelty in whistling, which he had just acquired from a
friend, and he was suffering to practice it undisturbed.

However, they needed labor to work their lands and acquired slaves, including Mary,
George's mother.

Frank, as he preferred to be called, had a heart condition and could not participate in
strenuous activities.



It also warns against activities known to increase a person's risk of heart attack or stroke.

Their hunting activities mean that the numbers of other fish in the ocean do not become too
great.
Yet they also have been threatened by human activities.
Ants engage in many curious activities that you can easily watch: foraging and following
trails to food sources, tapping with their sensitive antennae to communicate with one
another,
He found these activities satisfying and they enabled him to produce useful items for
friends.

Insects, along with other species of plants and animals in the National Park System, can be
enjoyed through such activities as observation, study and photography.

They are protected from collection, harassment or other activities that may injure them or
alter their environments.

In fact, he once said that the Young People's Concerts were "among my favorite, most
highly prized activities of my life." Bernstein led 53 of these special concerts, confirming the
fact that he was not only a musical genius, but also a natural born teacher.

She continued to run Hull House and work on other peacemaking activities.


Student life was regulated and controlled by separating activities and training for men and
women.

The whole week is full of fun activities.


What are your favorite summer activities?


For example, wings (to fly and escape) and fins (to swim) are types of adaptations.


Sometimes these adaptations are very similar among different animals.


These changes are called adaptations.


Ned Buntline adapted the play and together they produced the show, "The Scouts of the
Plains." Although some critics thought the show was ridiculous, Buffalo Bill was praised
because his acting was based on genuine experience.
The external anatomy of a fish is very different from our own because fish are adapted to
move and live in water, and we are adapted to live on land.

Very freely adapted from one of the Fables of Bidpai.



Dennis lived with his mother in an adequate house with a courtyard, vegetable plot, cellar
and a henrun.
They sent for the best tire-woman they could get to make up their head-dresses and adjust
their double pinners,
To this very day, in that distant country, you can still admire the traces of an ancient palace
which folk call the palace that came from the skies.

Giving the Sultan no time to open his mouth, Ali said: "Sire, please let me thank you for
granting my dearest wish: to look upon you in person and tell you how greatly I admire your
wisdom and handsome figure.
Then he brought her some dried chestnuts and called his friends to come and admire her
beauty.

His students adored him and he taught many musicians and conductors who went on to
become well known artists in their own right.


President Andrew Jackson, champion of frontiersmen, helped advance the political rights
of those who did not own property.

Today, scientists make up lists of names years in advance.
But neither could get an advantage.


The Southerners failed to pursue their advantage, however, and the Northerners labored
long into the night regrouping their men.

no doubt, as far as strong, deep, unalloyed pleasure is concerned, the advantage was with
the boy, not the astronomer.

Let us put aside personal advantage so that we can feel the pain and see the promise of
America.

The other advantage of a frame is that more than one person can help stitch all the layers
together.

Sammy asked his mom and dad for advice.

So she asked her grandmother for advice.


Marny is friendly, and offers advice...


Washington advocated economic independence through self-help, hard work, and a
practical education.

At just one dollar, most families could afford the Kodak Brownie camera.


During the Great Depression, people couldn't afford store-bought instruments so they
made their own.
She wanted to create a place where people who didn't have much money were able to
have access to programs and learning that they would otherwise never be able to afford.


Slim and agile as he was, the boy easily went down.


Then he went on his way merrily, and being light and agile he never felt tired.

After the eighth grade Cesar had to quit school to support his ailing parents.



Usually, electoral votes align with the popular vote in an election.


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Ali Baba was struck dumb by this amazing sight, and he crouched in his tree, without
moving a muscle.

There were roads, businesses, and cities anchored by amazing earthen monuments.


The morning after, when he stepped outside, Jack saw an amazing sight.


Their amazing ability to adapt permits them to live in extreme ranges of temperatures and
environments.

To this day, if you visit the Butterfly Kingdom, you can ask to see the Butterfly monument
that Tom Thumb built after this amazing adventure.

But they were floating very, very slowly - so slowly that it could no longer be called a fall -
and the children had ample time to take heart and look about them.



The primary importance of the Underground Railroad was that it gave ample evidence of
African American capabilities and gave expression to African American philosophy.

AMUSE




she set to work to make the best of things, to amuse her father and brothers as well as she
could,
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To this very day, in that distant country, you can still admire the traces of an ancient palace
which folk call the palace that came from the skies.

The origin or beginning of football may have been a game played by the ancient Greeks,
called harpaston.

Today, a generation raised in the shadows of the Cold War assumes new responsibilities in
a world warmed by the sunshine of freedom but threatened still by ancient hatreds and new
plagues.
American state and county fairs have their roots in ancient times.


They came from the ancient Celtic festival of Samhain.


Part 1: Ancient Greece



The snake went on to tell Sammy that he was once a prince in ancient Greece, but his
brother had been envious of him.

They were held in a valley of Ancient Greece called Olympia.



Kasim was most annoyed.


Dennis picked up a stick and yelled: "You nasty creature, get right back on those eggs!"
But the broody hen, annoyed, said, "Cluck", and so Dennis hit her with his stick.

General George Meade, commander of the Union forces, anticipated such a move and had
readied his army.

We've been away for a long time, you know, and so we're anxious to get home again."


The nearer he got to the home of Reddy Fox, the more anxious and nervous he grew.



Though he knew it would take some hours to get through the forest, he was so anxious to
be at his journey's end that he resolved to go on;
This is the very first time that American Indians appeared before a movie camera.


At last the enemy's mother appeared, and called Tom a bad, vicious, vulgar child, and
ordered him away.

Forty slaves magically appeared, carrying the gemstones, together with their escort of forty
Arab warriors.

Presently the confusion took form, and through the fog of battle Tom appeared, seated
astride the new boy, and pounding him with his fists.

Suddenly the room was flooded with a rosy light and a great genie with clasped hands
appeared on a cloud.

Then the door opened as before, and the tiny little man appeared and said,
Very soon the maid appeared with a package directed to Miss Fanny Desmond.



When the girl was alone the little man appeared for the third time, and said,
She had a decided mouth, a comical nose, and sharp, gray eyes, which appeared to see
everything, and were by turns fierce, funny, or thoughtful.
Washington's controversial Atlanta Exposition speech in 1895 appeared to support
separate development as a "necessary condition for economic cooperation between the
races." He said, "In all things that are purely social we can be as separate as the fingers,
yet as one hand in all things essential to mutual progress." The speech brought him fame
as well as criticism.
As the sun rose, soggy paper appeared.


Becky appeared at the door.


He would have to appease Decimus or the rest of the day would not be worth living.



On the day appointed for the race the two started together.

Also, President James Garfield appointed him the District of Columbia Recorder of Deeds.


He was later appointed by President Grant to serve as secretary of the commission of
Santo Domingo.

In 1889 President Benjamin Harrison appointed him to be the US minister to Haiti.


In his later years Douglass was appointed to several offices.
At 25, Washington was appointed principal of the newly established "Tuskegee Normal
School for colored teachers." There were no buildings when he arrived.

Bernstein had been appointed Assistant Conductor for the New York Philharmonic only a
few months before that night.


Finally, he was appointed to the Supreme Court of the United States in 1967 and was the
first Black to be appointed to the highest court in the United States.

Four years later, he was appointed Solicitor General and was the first Black to hold this
position in the history of the United States.

Often, special police were appointed to keep damage to a minimum.


They taught him to appreciate nature, learning, and self-sufficiency.


However, the progress made during Reconstruction soon eroded as the twentieth century
approached.

As winter approached, the immigrants overland came pouring into California, dusty and
worn with their two thousand miles of weary travel across the plains and mountains.
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The Lion concealed himself on seeing her approach, but when she was safe within the
cave, he sprang upon her and tore her to pieces.
No one could approach them without endangering his life.

A dog is less apt to chase a cat if it does not run.



The arduous trip had to be made by wagon or ship, passages that often took months to
complete.

Around it were arranged, like the five points of a star, the other five brilliant balls;


More often, as at Emerald, several mounds were arranged around a rectangular plaza, with
the village at its edges.

He arranged the pigments in pleasing combinations, ceiling colors on top, border and
cornice colors in the middle tier, and wall colors on the bottom.

Meg arranged the tea table, Jo brought wood and set chairs, dropping, over-turning, and
clattering everything she touched.
Today's xylophone has bars arranged in two rows, sort of like the keys of a piano, and rests
on a stand.
Buffalo Bill also arranged for the Indians to put on a show for the Duke.


Everything was arranged, and now it only remained to carry out the doctor's orders.



When the Grand Duke Alexis of Russia came to visit in 1872, it was arranged that Buffalo
Bill would lead the wagon train.

At the turn of the century, new arrivals brought forms of entertainment to the United States,
too.


Most new arrivals to this country came without a guarantee of work or a place to live.



New arrivals struggled to find their identities in a foreign land.



That means Winter will soon arrive.


And before you know it, we will arrive.


His achievements at Tuskegee earned the articulate educator widespread support.


While I can run hither and thither, at my pleasure, and, if I wish, ascend the tallest tree,


An assertive, hands-on principal, Washington attended to every detail, from overseeing
faculty and students, to school publications.

He then told them, "My sons, if you are of one mind, and unite to assist each other, you will
be as this bundle, not hurt by all the attempts of your enemies.
Government programs to assist these people resulted in production of plays and artworks
for all to enjoy.


But these seizures and kidnappings brought the brutality of slavery into the North and
persuaded many more people to assist fugitives.

Gradually, after the Revolution, more and more whites began to assist those African
Americans who were on the run.
The Underground Railroad refers to the effort to assist persons held in bondage in North
America to escape from slavery.

As soon as the sun rose the King came, and, when he perceived the gold, he was
astonished and delighted,
At the snap of a finger, the palace rose into the air and sped over the Sultan's kingdom,
above the heads of his astonished subjects.

Now astounded, Aladdin could only stammer:


The second he reached home, Ali Baba locked the door and emptied the sacks in front of
his astounded wife.

This was simply astounding.


Prior to the 1920's oceanographers measured the depth of the ocean by lowering long lines
with weights attached into the water.

A kelp plant starts out as a single flat blade attached to the bottom and then grows into a
mature plant.


Among these attached animals we can find millions of moving ones!



It's the spot where a variety of attached (or nonmoving) invertebrates live: sponges, sea
anemones, sea squirts, and barnacles.


The wings are attached to the butterfly's thorax or mid-section.


The King comforted her, and said, "leave your bedroom door open tonight, my servants
shall stand outside, and when your husband is fast asleep they shall enter, bind him fast,
and carry him on to a ship, which shall sail away out into the wide ocean." The Queen was
well satisfied with the idea, but the armor-bearer, who had overheard everything, being
much attached to his young master, went straight to him and revealed the whole plot.

No person shall be a Representative who shall not have attained to the age of twenty-five
years, and been seven years a citizen of the United States...

No person shall be a Senator who shall not have attained to the age of thirty years, and
been nine years a citizen of the United States

In a final attempt to gain the initiative and win the battle,
You do the like if you dare." The giant made an attempt, but couldn't get over the tree, and
stuck fast in the branches, so that here too the little tailor had the better of him.

However, he had "an inordinate desire for knowledge." The young boy attended school in
Neosho, Missouri, and later moved to Kansas.

An assertive, hands-on principal, Washington attended to every detail, from overseeing
faculty and students, to school publications.

An estimated 20 million people nationwide attended festivities that day.


An estimated 50,000 mourners attended his funeral service.



Cesar Chavez attended about 30 schools in California as his family moved from place to
place to find work.


His education began in the public schools in Baltimore and he attended college at Lincoln
University.

Later he attended night school while working in the salt furnace.


Students attended daily non-denominational chapel services.


A number of Flies were attracted to a jar of honey which had been overturned in a
housekeeper's room, and placing their feet in it,
In the meantime the smell of the sweet jam rose to the ceiling, where heaps of flies were
sitting, and attracted them to such an extent that they swarmed on to it in masses.

One night, he attracted the attention of a big moth fluttering round the room.


The Chrysalis moved its tail, and thus attracted the attention of the Ant, who then saw for
the first time that it was alive.

Goldenrods are particularly attractive for honey bees, wasps, butterflies and beetles.


He recycled old burlap and string bags into functional and attractive needlework.


But they soon found that they were left alone, and that their former friends even attributed
their misfortunes to their own extravagance, and showed no intention of offering them any
help.
saying that all his studying of books was of no avail when the time of his need had come,
and now they should be destroyed.
He was awarded many honors during his lifetime and has since received much recognition.


President Bill Clinton awarded the Medal of Freedom to Cesar's widow, Helen Chavez, in
1994 to celebrate all the great work Chavez had done.


Some of the other women who have also been awarded the Nobel Peace Prize are Emily
Greene Balch in 1946 and Jody Williams in 1997.

The prize is awarded annually by a committee in Norway to those who have made major
contributions to world peace efforts.

Hardly aware of what he was doing, he muttered, "open sesame," but the mountain stood
still.

Over the next four decades, Rosa Parks helped make her fellow Americans aware of the
history of the civil rights struggle.

We need to be aware that what goes down the drain comes out in the sea and do our best
to keep the environment clean for everyone.

The NAACP became aware of his legal abilities and asked him to join their staff.


Anyone but Cinderella would have dressed their heads awry, but she was very good, and
dressed them perfectly well.

another banished or slew its priests and destroyed their books.

In December 1956, the Supreme Court banned segregation on public transportation, and
the boycott ended over a year after it had begun.

It also led to a 1956 Supreme Court decision that banned segregation on public
transportation.

And so, now, wanting to give Alladin a surprise as well as make a good bargain, she
fetched the old oil lamp she had seen Aladdin tuck away,

But if he could overcome and kill these two giants he should have his only daughter for a
wife, and half his kingdom into the bargain.
He believed that he could find practical ways to benefit African-American farmers.


When they lobbied, they contacted public officials and legislators and urged them to pass
certain laws and take other actions to benefit a community.


He was wise, for he had seen a long succession of mechanical toys come through
boasting, and then break their mainsprings and pass away.
Let us resolve to make our government a place for what Franklin Roosevelt called "bold,
persistent experimentation," a government for our tomorrows, not our yesterdays.

Some insects use bright, bold colors to send warning signals that they taste bad, sting or
squirt out poison.

To renew America, we must be bold.


It's I, by my faith, bold Robin Hood said



We'll induct him likewise, bold Robin replies,



You speak as a fool, bold Robin replied.



Scarce sixteen years old was bold Robin Hood,



Quite daring and bold



But now all Reddy could think of was what a splendid chance he had to show all the little
meadow and forest people what a bold, smart fellow he was.


Now Reddy Fox had grown as careless as he had grown bold.



Around it were arranged, like the five points of a star, the other five brilliant balls;


His teachers thought Carver "a brilliant student...and collector." He earned a degree there
in 1884 and worked as an assistant botanist at the experimental station.

Many of them, like the light bulb, the phonograph, and the motion picture camera (movie
camera), were brilliant creations that have a huge influence on our everyday life.

Presently he woke up, rose to a sitting position and rubbed his eyes briskly.
But, as the boy was sitting on the doorstep and did not budge, his exasperated mother
picked up the first thing that came within her grasp and hurled it at Dennis's head.

It was wet and would not budge.



In front of his bulging eyes lay vast piles of treasure:


Nothing delighted you more than to have me tie my piece bags on your backs for burdens,
give you hats and sticks and rolls of paper,
Our burdens are here, our road is before us,

Kasim realized, with a sinking feeling, that he would have to leave behind some of his
precious burden.

Each of you told what your burden was just now, except Beth. |Little Women, Part 10|New
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Then the two Ducks rose slowly in the air and flew away with their burden.



In a land plant, usually only the leaves are capable of photosynthesis, but all parts of the
kelp plant can photosynthesize.


Since the beginning of the Space Age, spacecraft capable of photographing and studying
the planets have taken humankind on an incredible journey of exploration,
Also, insects have an enormous reproductive capacity:


In his hiding place, Jack was captivated by the harp's song as well.


By 4 pm, the Union troops were overpowered, and they retreated through the town, where
many were quickly captured.

Perched at an angle, with its spiny forelegs raised in a prayerlike pose, the mantis sits rigid
and still until an insect comes too near and is suddenly captured and devoured.

and rammed its horn so firmly into the trunk that it had no strength left to pull it out again,
and was thus successfully captured.
They used special colored sprinkles to celebrate the holiday season.

The American people have summoned the change we celebrate today.


Today we celebrate the mystery of American renewal.
Today, we do more than celebrate America;


Ask your friends and family how they celebrate Earth Day.


Cities all over the U.S celebrate with parades and festivities.


Many Americans celebrate Flag Day by displaying the Red, White and Blue in front of
homes and businesses.

Many Americans celebrate the traditions of Halloween by dressing in costumes and telling
tales of witches and ghosts.

President Bill Clinton awarded the Medal of Freedom to Cesar's widow, Helen Chavez, in
1994 to celebrate all the great work Chavez had done.


Saluting the flag is a way to celebrate and honor the United States of America.


The Halloween customs we celebrate each October 31st began long ago.


Today, many people celebrate Halloween at masquerade parties.


How do your relatives and friends celebrate the holiday?


If you celebrate Christmas, what are your traditions on this day?


On December 25, people around the world celebrate the birth of Jesus Christ.


Some people celebrate by giving gifts.


We celebrate his birthday on President's Day in February.


What do you or your friends do to celebrate Christmas in your own special way?


The most impressive earthworks were built near centers of power and where important
festivals and ceremonies took place.

Many tribes came together to hold extensive political and social ceremonies that involved a
wide range of events and ideas.
A bugler will step up and play "Taps." After this Veterans Day ritual, ceremonies will
continue in the amphitheater with speakers and tributes.

The Arabs first used it in military bands, and later used it to greet important persons, mark
the beginnings of pilgrimages, and in other important ceremonies.

No sooner were the ceremonies of the wedding over, but the step-mother began to show
herself in her true colors.


Under certain conditions, river water flowing into brackish estuaries can form a separate
layer on top of the more dense ocean water.

When other animals eat all of the plants, then certain animals don't have enough to eat.


Again the magistrates exchanged looks, and now certain that Dennis really was dopey,
they said, "you can go home, lad, you're free!" And so Dennis went home and lived there
happily with his mother.
Also, many small animals, and certain types of algae actually live inside the kelp plant,
making the kelp holdfast their home.


By counting how many organisms are in the quadrat and multiplying that by the number of
quadrats that would fit into a certain area,


For example, a small fish may eat certain types of snails, but he may also be eaten by an
octopus.


Instead, certain compounds are extracted from the kelp and then used in other foods.



Sea urchins, certain types of snails, and a few fish species regularly feed on kelp.



The enumeration in the Constitution, of certain rights, shall not be construed to deny or
disparage others retained by the people.
They carry whistles and flags and make certain that the rules of the game are followed
during the game.

Unfortunately, they disagreed over certain topics and were not able to work together.


There now, you can read what sort of a fellow I am. The giant read, "seven at a blow," and,
thinking they were human beings the tailor had slain, he conceived a certain respect for the
little man.
In a certain wood of his kingdom there dwelled two giants who did much harm by the way
they robbed, murdered, burned, and plundered everything about them.
When they lobbied, they contacted public officials and legislators and urged them to pass
certain laws and take other actions to benefit a community.


I am not certain quite

Crying her heart out, and quite certain that nobody wanted her because she was ugly,
Thumbelina left the spider's house.

And so, the three characteristics of being a living organism are ENERGY, METABOLISM,
and REPRODUCTION.

Because of their unique characteristics and growth patterns, scientists often use otoliths to
classify fish, as well as determine their age.

Fish are a very diverse group, but the major characteristics of fish are that they 1) live and
grow in water, 2) swim with fins, and 3) use gills for gas exchange (breathing).

The best that scientists can do to define "life" is to identify the characteristics that all living
things have in common.

These characteristics are listed, and explained, below:


he is a combination of the characteristics of three boys whom I knew, and therefore
belongs to the composite order of architecture.

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Yet states still found ways to circumvent the Constitution and prevent blacks from voting.


Columbus named the area where they landed "San Salvador," and claimed the area for
Spain.

The Great Potato Famine of 1845 to 1849 claimed the lives of 1 million Irish back on the
Isle of Erin.

But she was really far prettier and cleverer than they were;

If your daughter is as clever as you say, bring her to my palace tomorrow, and I'll put her to
the test.
And when she got the pail back there was something stuck to it, as the clever woman had
known there would be.

There he met Morgantina, a clever young slave girl who had long been a servant in the
palace.

Some cicadas, after living underground for 17 years, climb into shrubs or trees, clinging
tightly while they split their nymphal shells and emerge as winged adults.
Tom's only pastime was swinging back and forth, clinging to the pendulum.


Halima clutched Aladdin in fear: "What's going on?


The man reached for sackcloth from his worktable and a bowl of coarse white powder.



The skin was rough and coarse like wet sand.



When he was 17 years old, Frank started 2 more newspapers named, "The Empire" and
"The Stamp Collector." Frank would publish several more magazines and newspapers in
his lifetime.


A skilled plant breeder and field collector, in particular of fungi, he developed expertise in
plant diseases.

His teachers thought Carver "a brilliant student...and collector." He earned a degree there
in 1884 and worked as an assistant botanist at the experimental station.

On July 1st through 3rd 1863, the Union and Confederate armies collided just outside the
previously unknown Pennsylvania town of Gettysburg.

horns (for combat and protection)


His sons Lewis and Charles both served in this regiment and saw combat.


To combat this problem, Congress passed the Fifteenth Amendment in 1870.


A REACTION happens when two or more chemical elements combine to make something
different.


Because of this, the U.S. and Russia will now combine their efforts with scientists of many
countries.
From the beginning of the creation of motion pictures (movies), many people tried to
combine film and sound to make "talking" motion pictures.

At your command, sire, said the genie.


At your command, smiled the genie.
The boy and his mother gaped wordlessly at this incredible apparition, then the genie said
with a hint of impatience in his voice, "I'm here at your command.

The Oaks was Washington's command center and Tuskegee Institute's social center.


Committed to freedom, Douglass dedicated his life to achieving justice for all Americans,
particularly African-Americans, women, and minority groups.

He was committed to learning by doing.


by an impartial jury of the state and district wherein the crime shall have been committed,
which district shall have been previously ascertained by law,
He was committed to improving the lives of African-Americans after the Civil War.


Till all join hands in common cause;


By 1932, hunger marches and small riots were common throughout the nation.

Since ocean water contains large amounts of common salt (sodium) and other dissolved
materials, ocean water is more dense than river water.

The best that scientists can do to define "life" is to identify the characteristics that all living
things have in common.

The use of energy is one thing that all living organisms have in common.


There are many common products that we use that get into the ecosystem and can cause
harm.

In suits at common law, where the value in controversy shall exceed twenty dollars, the
right of trial by jury shall be preserved,
Insects belong to a group of organisms called arthropods a word that means "jointed feet."
Insect bodies are quite variable, but generally adult insects have a few things in common:

Students were encouraged to "figure it out for themselves." They need a thorough
preparation to "do all common things uncommonly well." Carver's talks and writings were
direct, practical, and engaging.
and no fact tried by a jury, shall be otherwise reexamined in any court of the United States,
than according to the rules of the common law.
Festivals celebrating food are common this time of year.


In the 1910s and 1920s cartoon characters were becoming more common.
The music might be fast or slow but what they all have in common is a regular one-two-
three, one-two-three rhythm.

Then he started to say something to his little companion,


This is too much of a good thing! he yelled, and springing up like a madman, he knocked
his companion against the tree till he trembled.
The giant felt nothing for a long time, but at last he woke up, and pinching his companion
said, "what did you strike me for?"
Frederick Douglass was a compelling force in the anti-slavery movement.


And we must do so in a world in which we must compete for every opportunity.


This new world has already enriched the lives of millions of Americans who are able to
compete and win in it.

People from all over the world watch to see the athletes from their countries compete in
over twenty-eight events.


We earn our livelihood in peaceful competition with people all across the earth.


Have you ever seen a formal dance competition?


Sixteen-year-old Michael Viscardi of San Diego won first prize in the Siemens
Westinghouse Competition in Math, Science and Technology.

A palisade of saplings surrounded the entire complex.


Interaction among communities became more formalized and complex.


Ocean water, for example, is a complex solution of about 10 percent pure water, 3 percent
sodium, and smaller amounts of many other chemicals.

Plankton may be primitive unicellular organisms or complex multicellular plants and
animals.

The underwater topography of this area is complex and fascinating.


complex communication systems;
Before long, complicated political systems and alliances developed.


Soon, however, the dances became very complicated.


He steals and conceals my banana peels!


If you concentrate
no doubt, as far as strong, deep, unalloyed pleasure is concerned, the advantage was with
the boy, not the astronomer.

In fact, he once said that the Young People's Concerts were "among my favorite, most
highly prized activities of my life." Bernstein led 53 of these special concerts, confirming the
fact that he was not only a musical genius, but also a natural born teacher.

His beliefs were universal and didn't conflict with his scientific knowledge.


But their values were very different and often in conflict.


and conquer themselves so beautifully that when I come back to them I may be fonder and
prouder than ever of my little women."
Emperor Napoleon of France had sent troops to Mexico to conquer the country.


Even the placid-looking owl had little birds and mice on his conscience.


Every time I let him off, my conscience does hurt me so, and every time I hit him my old
heart most breaks.

I was sorry afterwards, and I've had a guilty conscience about it ever since!"


When our vital interests are challenged, or the will and conscience of the international
community is defied,

But the father rejoiced, for his conscience had reproached him for leaving his children
behind by themselves.
and she left him no peace till he consented.

Come and spend the night with us in our cave. The little tailor willingly consented to do
this...
Venus consented to her request and transformed her into a beautiful damsel, so that the
youth saw her and loved her, and took her home as his bride.

But how would Americans "consent" to be governed?
In the Declaration of Independence, Thomas Jefferson wrote, "Governments are instituted
among Men, deriving their just Powers from the Consent of the Governed."

No soldier shall, in time of peace, be quartered in any house, without the consent of the
owner, nor in time of war, but in a manner to be prescribed by law.
A less obvious consequence is the formation of density currents.


As a consequence, different regions of water within the ocean can have very different
properties.

One obvious consequence of differing densities in ocean water is layering, which results in
fairly distinct layers of ocean water as depth increases.

Officials supervise the game and are considered to be very important to the game of
football.

Although at first considered a luxury, the car quickly became an American necessity.


In nineteen ninety-nine, about eight hundred fifty thousand students were considered home-
schooled.

The tailor strapped the girdle round his waist and set out into the wide world, for he
considered his workroom too small a field for his prowess.
Today, ballroom dancing is almost considered a competitive sport;


Ellington may not have needed help writing music, but his partnership with Billy Strayhorn is
considered one of the most important in American music.

The monuments were earthworks, constructed from the Earth itself.


The first permanent building was constructed a year later.


Any fish that eats another creature with toxins will also be contaminated.


Bigger fish eat these smaller fish as well as crustaceans who have already been
contaminated.

Brown pelicans were nearly wiped out along the West Coast because they ate anchovies
and other fish contaminated by toxins that flowed into waters from a pesticide plant.

Essentially, fish that eat bottom-dwelling organisms become contaminated over time, as do
the bigger fish that eat those fish.

Fish-eating birds and mammals also then become contaminated.
and she loved to contemplate her most transparent devices as marvels of low cunning.


so attentive was everyone to contemplate the singular beauties of the unknown new-comer.


The giant looked contemptuously at the tailor, and said, "what a poor wretched little
creature you are!"
In a field one summer's day a Grasshopper was hopping about, chirping and singing to its
heart's content.


She enjoyed the company of the Ducks, because she could talk with them to her heart's
content;


Even after Buffalo Bill died in 1917, the Wild West shows continued.


How is Uncle Henry? she enquired, after a pause during which the horse continued to trot
with long, regular strides.

As stocks continued to fall during the early 1930s, businesses failed, and unemployment
rose dramatically.
But they continued to fall, all together, and the boy and girl had no difficulty in remaining
upon the seat, just as they were before.

Frank continued to enchant his sons and neighborhood children with stories about a place
named Oz.



Frank continued to write and created more novels about Oz and other fanciful places.




How long this state of things continued Dorothy could not even guess, she was so greatly
bewildered.



Then they turned bottom side up, and continued to roll slowly over until they were right side
up again.

When the town experienced a recession, Frank was forced to close Baum's Bazaar, but he
continued to hold "story hour" for his children and their friends.



As for you, Amy, continued Meg, "you are altogether too particular and prim.
A little while later the hen laid a golden egg and continued to lay such an egg every single
day after that.

After continued efforts by native Americans and African Americans in the 1950s and 60s,


Although he switched to agricultural studies, Carver continued to paint all his life.


Columbus continued to explore the New World and made several other voyages.


The suffrage movement slowed during World War 1, but women continued to assert their
status as full and independent members of society.

Dedicated to the continued existence of Tuskegee, Washington secretly supported many
black causes for equality.

Great Britain and France continued to recognize Armistice Day every year until World War
Two, when, once again, it was no time to be celebrating peace.

Jazz continued to gain popularity as the years passed.
She continued to run Hull House and work on other peacemaking activities.


Some southerners feared slave revolts if importation continued.



The little tailor continued to follow his nose, and after he had wandered about for a long
time he came to the courtyard of a royal palace.
They continued to go on their way together...

To successfully challenge segregated public transport, however, the N A A C P knew it
needed continued action.

But the Ant went on its way and continued its toil.



Accustomed to hard work, Anen continued to polish those rough marbles until they were
smooth but he kept them hidden from Decimus.


I need you to do something for me, it continued.


Today pollution and chemicals from drains, city streets, farm fields, and industrial sites
contribute to the toxins in the ocean.
Driven by his desire to contribute to his people, Carver switched to agricultural studies.


Washington's controversial Atlanta Exposition speech in 1895 appeared to support
separate development as a "necessary condition for economic cooperation between the
races." He said, "In all things that are purely social we can be as separate as the fingers,
yet as one hand in all things essential to mutual progress." The speech brought him fame
as well as criticism.
It does seem a very convenient thing, he said.



She was tried and convicted of violating a local ordinance.


To vote in a presidential election today, you must be at least 18 years old, a United States
citizen and NOT a convicted felon.

Successful candidates must continue to convince the voters that they deserve their
individual votes and garner the critical votes of electors in the Electoral College.

Buffalo Bill knew many Indians and he was able to convince a famous Sioux Indian named
Spotted Tail and his village to join the hunt.

Convincing Voters


Convincing the voters is the essence of a political campaign.


No arguments will give courage to the coward.




Words of courage, words that dare,


Despite great courage, the attack (sometimes called Pickett's Charge or Longstreet's
assault) was repulsed with heavy losses.

She is an example of courage and determination and an inspirational symbol to all
Americans.

Then he plucked up enough courage to wrap them in a rug, which he tied to the mule's
back.

A spring reborn in the world's oldest democracy, that brings forth the vision and courage to
reinvent America.
But without his courage and his wit, he and his mother could never have found happiness.


One evening he gathered all his courage and climbed once more the giant beanstalk, this
time entering the castle through an open window.

What a desperate fellow I am! said he, and was filled with admiration at his own courage.

But Irish Americans showed their strength and courage.


...find the strength and courage to take risks...


I have the advantages you mention, but when I hear even the bark of a single dog I feel
ready to faint, and fly away as fast as I can." No arguments will give courage to the
coward.
No arguments will give courage to the coward.


So far, you're the only person who has had the courage to step over it.


She just needs to make her cozy den.


She makes a cozy place to stay.


and one day I heard some new notes, and, peeping out, saw that five little robins had come
to brighten the cozy nest.


Come in and warm yourself. Comfortable and cozy, the field mouse's home was stocked
with food.

he always made the Rabbit a little nest somewhere among the bracken, where he would be
quite cozy.


City folk can get a taste of country life and children who grow up in the country can show off
their farming and craft skills.

Only after ruining many bricks did the novice brick makers finally master the craft.


Create a Story About a Pet

Judson wrote western stories and what were known as "dime novels" (small paperback
books that sold for 10 cents.) He helped create "Buffalo Bill" and made him the hero in a
number of his books.
The greatest failure of Edison's career was his inability to create a practical way to mine
iron ore.

These movements create a difference in the pressure of the atmosphere.

What else do you think Edison tried to create?


With such information they can find answers to many other questions and also create new
questions to explore.


but was never able to create a separator that could extract iron from unusable, low-grade
ores.

According to American legend, in June 1776, George Washington had Betsy Ross, a
Philadelphia seamstress, create a flag for the new nation right before the declaration of its
independence.
In colonial North America, newly enslaved Africans often ran away in groups of men and
women intending to create a new community in a remote area.


Performers of jazz create some of the music as they play.
She wanted to create a place where people who didn't have much money were able to
have access to programs and learning that they would otherwise never be able to afford.


With so many people taking to the road, the U.S had to create a national highway system to
support all that traffic.

Create Your Own Outer Space Story

Create a Story About Making Dinner

which had an international reputation and helped create a lasting image of the American
West.

No, a living creature is dearer to me than all the treasures in the world.
Any fish that eats another creature with toxins will also be contaminated.


Dennis picked up a stick and yelled: "You nasty creature, get right back on those eggs!"
But the broody hen, annoyed, said, "Cluck", and so Dennis hit her with his stick.

The giant looked contemptuously at the tailor, and said, "what a poor wretched little
creature you are!"
He came out from his rock to say hello to the furry creature.


Larry saw a furry creature walking near his rock.
The creature said, "I am Shirley the Squirrel.


The furry creature had a big smile.


He had, likewise, by another wife, a young daughter, but of unparalleled goodness and
sweetness of temper, which she took from her mother, who was the best creature in the
world.

The King himself, old as he was, could not help watching her, and telling the Queen softly
that it was a long time since he had seen so beautiful and lovely a creature.

When Tom saw the cat, he did not run away, as the creature had intended.


Jane Addams was a peacemaker even when she was criticized for her views.


While politicians and presidents sought him out, some in the African-American community
criticized the extent and use of his power and influence.

Ali Baba was struck dumb by this amazing sight, and he crouched in his tree, without
moving a muscle.

and there he crouched all the night, which seemed to him the longest he had ever known.

and she loved to contemplate her most transparent devices as marvels of low cunning.


A new-comer of any age or either sex was an impressive curiosity in the poor little shabby
village of Saint Petersburg.

But curiosity began in earnest around 1848.


When Kasim's wife heard this strange request, her curiosity was aroused.


As he stood in front of the huge gate, his curiosity increased.


He knew now that Peter Rabbit's curiosity was aroused, and he smiled to himself.



Ants engage in many curious activities that you can easily watch: foraging and following
trails to food sources, tapping with their sensitive antennae to communicate with one
another,
Being very curious, the boy climbed the plant and once he reached the top of the stalk he
found himself hovering above the clouds.
In the meadow, look for bubbles of the spittlebug on plant stems, or colonies of aphids
feeding on plant juices, or the curious eyes of a praying mantis perched beside you.

Brad was very curious, but he did what Sally said.



and it had become a household custom, for the mother was a born singer.

The custom of playing April Fools' jokes in America came from Britain.


A Squirrel sits on the trash bin taking dainty bites from the corner of a peanut butter
sandwich.
His cap was a dainty thing, his close buttoned blue cloth roundabout was new and natty,
and so were his pantaloons.

Squirrel sits on the trash bin taking dainty bites from the corner of a peanut butter
sandwich.

A squirrel sits on the trash bin taking dainty bites from the corner of a peanut butter
sandwich.
He said he was going to make sure that none of the jars had been damaged during the
journey.

Many have been looted (robbed) or damaged by farming and building construction;


Coral reefs are extremely fragile and are harmed by any impact: a diver chipping pieces off
the reef, people snorkeling, or swimmers stepping on the reefs cause serious damage.

Gradually, the land was laid bare, and significant environmental damage began to occur.

The names of storms that have caused extremely severe damage may be retired at the
request of the country that was affected.
Often, special police were appointed to keep damage to a minimum.


The light was then so bright that it dazzled their eyes, and they covered their faces with
their hands to escape being blinded.



After much discussion and debate, in 1784, the leaders of the nation wrote the Constitution
of the United States of America.

Marine wildlife can become entangled in the debris;


The space between Mars and Jupiter is taken up by a population of irregularly shaped
chunks of debris called asteroids.
Trash, leaf litter, oil from cars, and many other types of debris flow through the storm
drains.

We must invest more in our own people, in their jobs, in their future, and at the same time
cut our massive debt.

To die in your debt I would scorn."



We'll never get home again, though! declared Zeb, with a groan.




On December 7, 1941, following the Japanese bombing of Pearl Harbor, the United States
declared war on Japan.
The chief of state of the host country declared the games open, followed by the raising of
the Olympic Flag.


Three days later, after Germany and Italy declared war on the United States, the U S
became fully engaged in the Second World War.
When our founders boldly declared America's independence to the world and our purposes
to the Almighty, they knew that America, to endure, would have to change.

Other fugitives stayed in southern towns and cities, often with forged (or fake) "free" papers
that declared they were free.


they declared that this miserable life was all she was fit for.

I declare if that old Bunny hasn't got quite a knowing expression!



By about 1450 A D, the Mississippian moundbuilding cultures had declined dramatically
maybe because they were too successful.

He then held a position at the gate for some time, daring the enemy to come outside, but
the enemy only made faces at him through the window and declined.

James K Polk accepted the Democratic party's nomination as a duty "neither...sought nor
declined."

Her son tried to cheer her up, but nothing could save the mother from her inevitable
decline.

It's fine to decline.
Below this temperature, the density begins to decrease.


It says physical exercise helps to decrease the risk of obesity and keeps a child healthy.

Committed to freedom, Douglass dedicated his life to achieving justice for all Americans,
particularly African-Americans, women, and minority groups.

most of those who remained at home dedicated themselves to supporting the war effort in
whatever means was available to them.
Dedicated to the continued existence of Tuskegee, Washington secretly supported many
black causes for equality.

His dedication to the understanding and defense of the United States Constitution has
touched all of our lives in so many ways.

Then things went smoothly, for Don Pedro defied the world in a speech of two pages
without a single break. |Little Women, Part 7|New Story Fall 2000 Little Women, Part 7

When our vital interests are challenged, or the will and conscience of the international
community is defied,

The powers not delegated to the United States by the Constitution, nor prohibited by it to
the states, are reserved to the states respectively, or to the people.
Skin cells must be tough to protect our delicate insides.


the rays began to take on all the delicate tintings of a rainbow, growing more and more
distinct every moment until all the space was brilliantly illuminated.

Veins support the delicate wings and nourish them with blood.


As soon as the sun rose the King came, and, when he perceived the gold, he was
astonished and delighted,
Delighted at the idea of earning more money, the cobbler took the robber to Ali Baba's
palace.

my telephone is beautiful, and the man at the other end is just lovely!" "Ah," said Papa, "I
am delighted he is so satisfactory."


Nothing delighted you more than to have me tie my piece bags on your backs for burdens,
give you hats and sticks and rolls of paper,
What shall we do about that?" asked Jo, delighted with the fancy which lent a little romance
to the very dull task of doing her duty.
May I recite it to you?" Overwhelmed by this stream of words and delighted at Ali's
unexpected praise, the Sultan told him to recite his poem.
They were mightily delighted at this invitation, and wonderfully busy in choosing out such
gowns, petticoats, and head-clothes as might become them.
Besides, she saw no other way out of it, so she promised the manikin what he demanded,

Then the chief magistrate demanded, "tell us, Dennis, when did you do this piece of
business?" "It was the day it rained dry figs and sultanas," the boy replied.
The little tailor now demanded the promised reward from the King, but he repented his
promise, and pondered once more how he could rid himself of the hero.
What's that? demanded Peter, and Johnny Chuck could hear him begin to hop along one
of his little private paths in the heart of the Old Briar-patch.


The enumeration in the Constitution, of certain rights, shall not be construed to deny or
disparage others retained by the people.
They are formed over millions of years and once depleted will take millions of years to
replenish.

Among the unemployed in the Depression were artists and performers of many types.



At the depths of the depression, over one-quarter of the American workforce was out of
work.
Based on the assumption that the power of the federal government was needed to get the
country out of the depression,
Entertainment During America's Great Depression



Even during the hard times of America's Great Depression and wartime, people needed to
be entertained.


In his acceptance speech, Roosevelt addressed the problems of the depression by telling
the American people:
In the short term, New Deal programs helped improve the lives of people suffering from the
events of the depression.
The Great Depression began in 1929 when, in a period of ten weeks, stocks on the New
York Stock Exchange lost 50 percent of their value.
The Great Depression

The depression threatened people's jobs, savings, and even their homes and farms.

The widespread prosperity of the 1920s ended abruptly with the stock market crash in
October 1929 and the great economic depression that followed.
many found it hard to understand why the depression had occurred and why it could not be
resolved.
And I thank the millions of men and women whose steadfastness and sacrifice triumphed
over Depression, fascism and Communism.

From our revolution, the Civil War, to the Great Depression to the civil rights movement,
The US entry into the war helped to get the nation's economy back on its feet following the
depression.
This leaves a depression, or low spot, in the oceans between.


During the Great Depression, people couldn't afford store-bought instruments so they
made their own.

His parents owned a ranch and a small grocery store, but during the Great Depression in
the 1930s they lost everything.


The foolish pair, thus hoping to become rich all at once, deprived themselves of the gain of
which they were assured day by day.
nor shall be compelled in any criminal case to be a witness against himself, nor be deprived
of life, liberty, or property, without due process of law;
The new boy took two broad coppers out of his pocket and held them out with derision.


In the Declaration of Independence, Thomas Jefferson wrote, "Governments are instituted
among Men, deriving their just Powers from the Consent of the Governed."

Jack arrived at the top of the giant beanstalk and began to descend as quickly as possible,
hanging on the leaves and the branches.

During the six-month journey, Gunn wrote many letters to her husband describing the
grueling experience.

and no warrants shall issue, but upon probable cause, supported by oath or affirmation,
and particularly describing the place to be searched, and the persons or things to be
seized.
After World War Two, the day was designated for giving thanks to veterans of both world
wars and its name was changed to Veterans Day.

In 1965, Tuskegee Institute was designated a national historic landmark in recognition of its
contributions and advancements in education.

The 12th Amendment to the Constitution made sure that electors designate their votes for
president and vice president.

All that he had left was a little house in a desolate place at least a hundred leagues from
the town in which he had lived, and to this he was forced to retreat with his children, who
were in despair at the idea of leading such a different life.
Jo gave a despairing groan, and Meg laughed outright, while Beth let her bread burn as she
watched the fun with interest.
The switch hovered in the air the peril was desperate


Jack was desperate and didn't know what to do.
What a desperate fellow I am! said he, and was filled with admiration at his own courage.

She felt so desperate.


They were good, loving little people, and despised selfishness above everything.




But he knew that his three sons despised the farm work, and were eager to make wealth
fast, through adventure.
But he knew that his three sons despised the farm work, and were eager to make wealth
fast, through adventure.


Despite great courage, the attack (sometimes called Pickett's Charge or Longstreet's
assault) was repulsed with heavy losses.

Farther along, others would take the passenger into their transportation system until the
final destination had been reached.

Banks failed and life savings were lost, leaving many Americans destitute.

Just as they were expiring, they exclaimed, "O foolish creatures that we are, for the sake of
a little pleasure we have destroyed ourselves."
In the ranching regions, overgrazing also destroyed large areas of grassland.

Resources such as fish are renewable, as long as too many are not taken or destroyed.


Scientists say that the chemicals that destroyed the eggshells of the bald eagles and led to
their extinction on Catalina Island, is related to the toxins in the San Pedro Channel.

When plants, which are an animal's food source, are destroyed so is the animal that
depends on them.

sometimes their home is destroyed or their food is taken away;


another banished or slew its priests and destroyed their books.

saying that all his studying of books was of no avail when the time of his need had come,
and now they should be destroyed.
In the open sea, these waves may be very short, but when they build up along a shoreline,
they reach heights over 30 meters (100 feet) and have great destructive power.

It is thought that they use this structure to detect prey, perhaps being able to distinguish the
weak electrical signals given off by injured animals.
Many types of fish use inner ear stones, called otoliths, to detect changes in body position.


So, he determined to show them what happens if people don't stick together.

Determined in their unity


Strong and determined women were an integral part of these migrations.


A quadrat is a square of a determined size (usually about a meter) which is placed on a
portion of the area to be studied.


And he determined what to do;


Washington was determined to bring the best and brightest teachers to Tuskegee "not only
for the money but also their deep interest in the race." Tuskegee embodied his total
commitment to learning, self-help, practical training, and service to the community.

and, though it was harvest time, and he could ill be spared, determined to go himself first,
to make inquiries.
when the cost of health care devastates families and threatens to bankrupt many of our
enterprises, great and small;

Before long, complicated political systems and alliances developed.


He persuaded a publisher to print the "Mother Goose in Prose" stories he had developed.




Soon they developed bustling population centers, with houses of thatch and mud plaster
stretching out far and wide among cultivated fields.

A man of moral authority, Douglass developed into a charismatic public speaker.


A skilled plant breeder and field collector, in particular of fungi, he developed expertise in
plant diseases.

As yields improved, the creative researcher developed new products from crops such as
sweet potatoes and peanuts.

Carver developed fertilizers to produce more food and better cash crops.
Eventually officials developed a policy of allowing native Americans to choose


He developed a rich array of house paint colors to encourage poor local farmers to improve
the appearance of their homes.

The American type of football was developed in the 19th century from soccer and rugby
football.

A skilled politician, he developed relationships with blacks, whites, farmers and
businessmen in the North and the South.

African-American and Creole musicians in New Orleans, Louisiana probably developed the
first true jazz music.
After taking their pictures, they sent both the camera and the film back to the Eastman
factory, where the film was developed.

Ethnic neighborhoods developed in all the major urban centers.



Have you developed your own personal style of skating?


People also needed information on interesting places to visit and how to reach them, so
road atlases and travel guides were developed.

The name "dulcimer" comes from Latin and means "sweet sound." The hammered
dulcimer developed from the cimbalom, an instrument from Hungary with 48 strings that is
played with small hammers.
Carver devoted his life to research and finding practical alternatives to improve agriculture
and the economic condition of African-Americans in the South.

The beasts expressed their sorrow, and came one by one to his den, where the Lion
devoured them.
Perched at an angle, with its spiny forelegs raised in a prayerlike pose, the mantis sits rigid
and still until an insect comes too near and is suddenly captured and devoured.

Sit down and I'll make your dinner." The ogre, still grumbling, filled a jug of wine and
guzzled it down as he devoured his dinner.

It's proper to use good words, and improve your vocabilary," returned Amy, with dignity.

Diligence and attention soon gave him the knack of it, and he strode down the street with
his mouth full of harmony and his soul full of gratitude.

and began to trot down the sandy road which was just visible in the dim light.
Dad sits in dim mist.

It is not a dim dot.



Sam sits on the mat in dim mist.

Sis dots the dim trim on the rim of the raft.

Sis sits on the dim mat.

The mist is dim.

The raft slid on the dim dot.

Instead of dingy velveteen he had brown fur, soft and shiny, his ears twitched by
themselves, and his whiskers were so long that they brushed the grass.


Students were encouraged to "figure it out for themselves." They need a thorough
preparation to "do all common things uncommonly well." Carver's talks and writings were
direct, practical, and engaging.
This is a direct result of the family's poverty, especially after his father died.


This imaginary line receives the most direct sunlight and is the warmest region.




this makes the direct sunlight even weaker.




and held them back so that they floated downward with a gentle motion that was not so
very disagreeable to bear.



It must be very disagreeable to sleep in a tent, and eat all sorts of bad-tasting things, and
drink out of a tin mug, sighed Amy.
He slowly looked up at her, expecting a disapproving look.


In the 1930s, drought and over-farming led to environmental disaster in the Great Plains of
the U.S.

Indeed, it was the lion who gathered together the survivors, and said in a trembling voice:
"This disaster is a punishment for our wicked ways.
This was a disaster for the free black communities of the North, especially since the slave
catchers often kidnapped legally free blacks as well as fugitives.

Blaming Wall Street speculators, bankers, and the Hoover administration, the rumblings of
discontent grew mightily in the early 1930s.
Many were too downtrodden or busy surviving day to day to get involved in public displays
of discontent.
After many of the beasts had thus disappeared, the Fox discovered the trick and presenting
himself to the Lion, stood on the outside of the cave,
When he reached it, he discovered to his grief that it contained so little water that he could
not possibly get at it.


He discovered good things about being a dog.



He soon discovered the secret of the hidden treasure, and digging down, came to the lump
of gold, and stole it.
But you ain't too warm now, though. And it flattered her to reflect that she had discovered
that the shirt was dry without anybody knowing that that was what she had in her mind.

A scientist discovered that DDT (a poisonous toxin) was the source of the near extinction.


American scientists say they have discovered the smallest Earth-like planet outside our
solar system.
He felt much as an astronomer feels who has discovered a new planet


The scientists describe the newly-discovered planet as a ball of rock.

The scientists say the newly-discovered planet may be the first rocky planet ever found
orbiting a star similar to our Sun.
Unlucky Kasim was quickly discovered and killed.


but after a while the child discovered a horse and buggy standing near a group of trees a
short distance away.



Banks and government offices are closed to honor the man who was the first European to
have discovered the New World of the Americas.

He discovered the sound while walking along a railroad track strumming his guitar with a
metal bolt that he found along the tracks.

He discovered good things about being a dog.
And they said the discovery suggests that more Earth-like planets will be found in the
future.
The discovery of gold in California in 1849 enticed thousands of fortune seekers to the
West.

The scientists made the discovery with one of the huge telescopes at the Keck Observatory
in Hawaii.
He was very interested in the discovery of new lands.


The discovery of gold in 1848 in what is now the state of California encouraged people from
many parts of the world and the United States to come to the region to seek their fortune.


Currents, wind conditions, water temperature, and other factors affect the ways fresh and
ocean water form discrete layers or mix together.

He envisioned America as an inclusive nation strengthened by diversity and free of
discrimination.

As a result, they encountered poverty and discrimination.


Poor, pitiable animal! cried the Ant disdainfully.


The name of a coward I do disdain; |ROBIN HOOD AND LITTLE JOHN poem, Part 1|New
Story Spring 2001 ROBIN HOOD AND LITTLE JOHN poem, Part 1
E'en a king would not disdain

She could not contain her disdain for the rain and the stain in the drain.


So nothing was left for them but to take their departure to the cottage, which stood in the
midst of a dark forest, and seemed to be the most dismal place upon the face of the earth.

Aladdin however, when he heard the news, was not at all dismayed.


Ali Baba was dismayed.


The enumeration in the Constitution, of certain rights, shall not be construed to deny or
disparage others retained by the people.
These jars were displayed in his laboratory, at county fairs, and in the original Carver
Museum.

but disagreed with Brown's violent tactics, dramatically displayed in Brown's raid on
Harper's Ferry in 1859.
They are also collected by people, and many are displayed in museums.


at a respectful distance, and asked him how he was.
So she lifted up her voice at an angle calculated for distance and shouted:


but after a while the child discovered a horse and buggy standing near a group of trees a
short distance away.



The distance between two crests is the wavelength.


The distance from the trough to the crest is the wave height.


Until 1895, the distance around the track was 1 and a half miles.


The wizard hurried away, but from a safe distance, he hurled his terrible revenge.


One obvious consequence of differing densities in ocean water is layering, which results in
fairly distinct layers of ocean water as depth increases.

the rays began to take on all the delicate tintings of a rainbow, growing more and more
distinct every moment until all the space was brilliantly illuminated.

Groups of organisms are organized into distinct levels.



It is thought that they use this structure to detect prey, perhaps being able to distinguish the
weak electrical signals given off by injured animals.

Solid objects like the ground and buildings are not distorted as much as liquids like the
ocean.

Fish are a very diverse group, but the major characteristics of fish are that they 1) live and
grow in water, 2) swim with fins, and 3) use gills for gas exchange (breathing).

Beginning a new nation with a group of people of diverse backgrounds was a difficult
process.

When the two sisters returned from the ball Cinderella asked them: If they had been well
diverted, and if the fine lady had been there.

But they would do nothing of the sort, and, because she was not as doleful as themselves,
Carnegie believed that the wealthy had an obligation to give back to society, so he donated
much of his fortune to causes like education and peace.

He waited for the ogre to doze off, sprang from the oven, snatched the hen and bolted out
of the castle.

In some places, the dust drifted like snow, covering farm buildings and houses.

Instead, we have drifted, and that drifting has eroded our resources, fractured our
economy, and shaken our confidence.

I wish, I wish... said Ted, as he drifted off to sleep.


So they nibbled away at the lily stem till it broke and drifted away in the weak current.


In the woodlands, the early spring bumblebees drone loudly as they search for a site to
build a nest.

Sandy's tail drooped.



His elephant's trunk drooped.


Sandy's tail drooped.


What shall we do about that?" asked Jo, delighted with the fancy which lent a little romance
to the very dull task of doing her duty.
It was a long weary time, for the Boy was too ill to play, and the little Rabbit found it rather
dull with nothing to do all day long.


Could I?" he asked eagerly.



I shall punish him for his joking, said the Sultan eagerly, as he rubbed his hands, thinking of
the good whipping he was about to administer.
I've got some news for you, Peter, called Johnny Chuck eagerly.



As she was eagerly telling her godmother whatever had passed at the ball, her two sisters
knocked at the door, which Cinderella ran and opened.

He tried everything he could think of to reach the water, but all his efforts were in vain.
Because of this, the U.S. and Russia will now combine their efforts with scientists of many
countries.
He also created a popular series of novels for teenage girls called, "Aunt Jane's Nieces,"
but none of these later efforts were as successful as "The Wonderful Wizard of Oz."



After continued efforts by native Americans and African Americans in the 1950s and 60s,


All Carver's efforts were geared to increasing African-American farmers' economic
independence.

All of his efforts from then on focused on achieving freedom.


Other efforts are more individual.

Addams was rewarded for her efforts in 1931 with the Nobel Peace Prize.


Cesar Chavez is best known for his efforts to gain better working conditions for the
thousands of workers who labored on farms for low wages and under severe conditions.


Eventually, his efforts led to improvements for the working conditions of Mexican workers.



His efforts made people realize that these workers had terrible working conditions.



The prize is awarded annually by a committee in Norway to those who have made major
contributions to world peace efforts.

it was deeply involved in the slave trade and the first protests against slavery were efforts to
end the slave trade.


Americans also supported the war effort with their hard-earned dollars by purchasing
Liberty bonds.
Sold by the US government, the "war" bonds raised money for the war and helped the bond
purchasers feel they were doing their part for the war effort.
US involvement in the Second World War was quickly followed by a massive mobilization
effort.
With great effort, he was able to push it until it creaked open.


most of those who remained at home dedicated themselves to supporting the war effort in
whatever means was available to them.
The Underground Railroad refers to the effort to assist persons held in bondage in North
America to escape from slavery.

She was not elegantly dressed, but a noble-looking woman, and the girls thought the gray
cloak and unfashionable bonnet covered the most splendid mother in the world.
I like your nice manners and refined ways of speaking, when you don't try to be elegant.

Teams of carpenters replaced the roof, added new rooms and elegant marble columns.


He rose through determination, brilliance, and eloquence to shape the American nation.


But some fugitives, primarily men, lived in swamps and mountains, eluding capture
throughout the slavery era.


Aladdin and Halima rushed to embrace the Sultan.


Let us embrace it.


Some cicadas, after living underground for 17 years, climb into shrubs or trees, clinging
tightly while they split their nymphal shells and emerge as winged adults.

Both affect how sunlight reaches the surface, and consequently how the atmosphere and
surface reflect or absorb and emit energy.

He shivered with fear thinking about the giant's huge hands and mouth, but the hope of
helping his mother encouraged him to face the danger again.

Students were encouraged to "figure it out for themselves." They need a thorough
preparation to "do all common things uncommonly well." Carver's talks and writings were
direct, practical, and engaging.
At age 20, she married Raymond Parks, who encouraged her to earn her high school
diploma.

Physical training was encouraged.


The discovery of gold in 1848 in what is now the state of California encouraged people from
many parts of the world and the United States to come to the region to seek their fortune.


The horrible sensation of falling, the darkness and the terrifying noises, proved more than
Dorothy could endure and for a few moments the little girl lost consciousness.
When our founders boldly declared America's independence to the world and our purposes
to the Almighty, they knew that America, to endure, would have to change.

Also, insects have an enormous reproductive capacity:


Jack was very surprised to see a path winding through enormous shrubbery to the castle.


Marine wildlife can become entangled in the debris;


Entangled in the telephunk;

The discovery of gold in California in 1849 enticed thousands of fortune seekers to the
West.

Jack was unsure and hesitated for a while but then, enticed by the idea of such an
extraordinary deal, he decided to accept.

A palisade of saplings surrounded the entire complex.


For example: other organisms depend on fish for food and kelp has an entire community of
organisms that depend on it.

Thus, the entire species will end up with thicker blubber.


It is obviously very difficult to count every organism in an entire area (or community);



They have to put food on the plane so that we can eat. "They have to check the entire
plane to make sure nothing is broken." "They have to put fuel in the plane so that it can
fly." "And they also have to put our things on the plane so that we can have them when we
get to Hawaii!" Vicky watched as the people took suitcases from a small moving belt and
put them in the bottom of the plane.
All of a sudden there was a huge crack of lightning and the entire room lit up.


He envisioned America as an inclusive nation strengthened by diversity and free of
discrimination.

Our democracy must be not only the envy of the world but the engine of our own renewal.


I have escaped from man, only to throw myself into the mouth of a wild beast!
At age twenty, Douglass escaped north to freedom.
They escaped from their old planet old_planet because there was an evil ruler.

They escaped in a tiny spaceship at the edge of the planet.

Now Peter had every reason to be glad, for Reddy Fox had tried his best to catch Peter
Rabbit to give to old Granny Fox for her dinner, and time and again Peter had just barely
escaped.

But all goats should have covered shelters where they can escape the weather.

For example, wings (to fly and escape) and fins (to swim) are types of adaptations.


None could hope to escape such a horrible fate, not even the lion himself, king of the
forest.

The light was then so bright that it dazzled their eyes, and they covered their faces with
their hands to escape being blinded.



Others fled their homelands to escape religious persecution.


The Underground Railroad refers to the effort to assist persons held in bondage in North
America to escape from slavery.

To escape starvation, those that could came to America.


But all goats should have covered shelters where they can escape the weather.

She can never escape us now, said the frog to her son.


I'll be able to find a way to escape, no fear." And when the old people had fallen asleep he
got up, slipped on his little coat, opened the back door and stole out.
She knew she would never be able to escape the fate that awaited her with the two ugly, fat
frogs.

Fertile means being able to reproduce, especially things like plants and crops for food.


He especially enjoyed reading the work of Charles Dickens.




However the West Coast, especially off of Southern California, is quite different.
Instead, they placed their hope and trust in the federal government, especially after the
election of Franklin D Roosevelt to the presidency in 1932.
One of the biggest problems occurs when it rains, especially the first rain of the season.


She was especially surprised when her mother ordered things, and later in the day they
would be brought to the house.


The wedding took place with great celebrations and the Sultan was especially happy at
finding such a rich and powerful son-in-law.

What fun it was, especially going by the lions, fighting Apollyon, and passing through the
valley where the hob-goblins were, said Jo.
A full fifty years after the Fifteenth Amendment passed, black Americans still found it
difficult to vote, especially in the South.

Even a circus's famous clown, who had been invited especially for her entertainment,
received only a sad greeting.

Many other Americans, especially children, want to help these people.

They say using short names is especially important when exchanging storm information
among weather stations and ships at sea.
Very few letters were written in those hard times that were not touching, especially those
which fathers sent home.
especially when they talked about the different countries as they stitched their way through
them.
Irish Americans, especially those who arrived in the U.S in the 1840s, have had to
overcome much suffering.

The concept of summer has often been associated with growth, especially when it comes
to plant life.

This is a direct result of the family's poverty, especially after his father died.


This was a disaster for the free black communities of the North, especially since the slave
catchers often kidnapped legally free blacks as well as fugitives.

Especially in winter, when the part of the Earth where the Northern Hemisphere is tilted
away from the sun,



She called this "tidying up," and the playthings all hated it, especially the tin ones.



The Grand Duke, who was 19, had a great time, especially when he went on a mad ride in
a stagecoach behind six wild horses with Buffalo Bill holding the reins.
Convincing the voters is the essence of a political campaign.


Washington's controversial Atlanta Exposition speech in 1895 appeared to support
separate development as a "necessary condition for economic cooperation between the
races." He said, "In all things that are purely social we can be as separate as the fingers,
yet as one hand in all things essential to mutual progress." The speech brought him fame
as well as criticism.
In 1817, the American Colonization Society was formed to encourage free African
Americans to establish a colony on the west coast of Africa.

The immigrants quickly realized that in order to prosper as an independent country, they
would have to establish some governing principles.

The boycott introduced the country to a clergyman named Martin Luther King, Jr. who
gained national prominence, leading the protest with the words: There comes a time that
people get tired." Eventually, the U.S.
Eventually admitted to the class, he proved to be a talented artist.


Eventually officials developed a policy of allowing native Americans to choose


Eventually, Edison gave up on the idea, but by then he had lost all the money he'd invested.


Eventually, framers of the Constitution left the vote question to the states.


Called the "International Style," Haines's form of skating eventually overcame resistance in
the U.S., and on March 20, 1914, the first national figure skating championships in the
"International Style" were held at New Haven, Connecticut.
Eventually, his efforts led to improvements for the working conditions of Mexican workers.



Eventually, motels, or "motor hotels," sprang up along the highways that criss-crossed the
country.

Slaves from Africa brought the xylophone with them when they were taken to Latin
America, and from there it eventually made its way to the United States.

The oud was brought to Spain and eventually turned into the lute.


Aunt Polly was vexed to think she had overlooked that bit of circumstantial evidence, and
missed a trick.

There is also evidence that pollution affects ocean temperatures, which also harms the
coral.
Mercury has no atmosphere, but surprisingly, scientists have found evidence for a polar ice
cap on this hot little globe.
The Oaks, Washington's home, provided tangible evidence of his success.


The primary importance of the Underground Railroad was that it gave ample evidence of
African American capabilities and gave expression to African American philosophy.

In avoiding one evil, care must be taken not to fall into another.
Ali could tell by their evil looks, rough beards and bad language.


Religious societies stressed the moral evil of the trade, and free blacks saw the end of the
slave trade as a first step toward general emancipation.


They escaped from their old planet old_planet because there was an evil ruler.

In most fairy tales, an evil enemy challenges the hero.

Then, at the height of her exasperation, she threw the five beans out of the window and
sent Jack to bed with no dinner.

Fish are a very diverse group, but the major characteristics of fish are that they 1) live and
grow in water, 2) swim with fins, and 3) use gills for gas exchange (breathing).

The Great Depression began in 1929 when, in a period of ten weeks, stocks on the New
York Stock Exchange lost 50 percent of their value.
They eat cookies and exchange gifts with each other.

and gave it to the merchant in exchange for a new one.


Only a fool would exchange a cow for five beans, his mother fumed.


Woe is me, exclaimed the Doe.
Just as they were expiring, they exclaimed, "O foolish creatures that we are, for the sake of
a little pleasure we have destroyed ourselves."
A silver penny! exclaimed Aladdin.


I'll never be able to thank you enough! exclaimed Ali Baba.


Welcome back, Master! exclaimed the genie.


Again opening his arms, the leader exclaimed loudly, "close sesame!" And the rock swung
tightly shut, as they leapt onto their horses and galloped away.
Oh, so many pretty flowers!" exclaimed Dana.


I've got it! Dennis suddenly exclaimed.

How much does it cost?" Dennis exclaimed: "you talk too much, and I don't sell things to
chatterboxes," and off he went.
In his head!" At this, Dennis's mother exclaimed: "Dennis, listen!

Or a nurse, so I could be near him and help him," exclaimed Jo, with a groan.

What will we get?" exclaimed Jo.

You're a regular Shakespeare!" exclaimed Beth, who firmly believed that her sisters were
gifted with wonderful genius in all things.
What! exclaimed Hido.


You will need a hundred arrows," exclaimed the King.


Hark! she exclaimed.



He doesn't smell right! he exclaimed.



Know-it-all," exclaimed Johnny Chuck.



They knocked at the door, and when the woman opened it she exclaimed: "You naughty
children, what a time you've slept in the wood!
anyone can do that!" exclaimed Reddy one day.



exclaimed Sammy.


father," said Hansel, "I am looking back at my white kitten, which is sitting on the roof,
waving me a farewell." The woman exclaimed: "What a donkey you are!
All objects exert gravitational pull on each other.


All of the planets exert some gravitational pull on the earth.
His sobs were overheard by some friendly sparrows, who flew to him in great excitement,
and implored him to exert himself.



so that by the time he was within a few leagues of his home he was almost exhausted with
cold and fatigue.
Not long after, Frank began to grow weaker and experienced dizzy spells.




When the town experienced a recession, Frank was forced to close Baum's Bazaar, but he
continued to hold "story hour" for his children and their friends.



Nursery magic is very strange and wonderful, and only those playthings that are old and
wise and experienced like the Skin Horse understood it.


Although he won the U.S men's championship, his expressive style did not yet catch on in
the U.S.

The one place they have not yet been found to any major extent is in the open oceans.


In the meantime the smell of the sweet jam rose to the ceiling, where heaps of flies were
sitting, and attracted them to such an extent that they swarmed on to it in masses.

While politicians and presidents sought him out, some in the African-American community
criticized the extent and use of his power and influence.

Scientists say that they may be extinct soon.
Animals become extinct for several reasons: sometimes animals are hunted, killed, or
pollution kills them;

Brown Pelicans are a good example of an animal that almost became extinct.


No more individuals are born and the species becomes extinct.


...Dinosaurs have been extinct for millions of years...


Scientists say that they may be extinct soon.


Scientists say that they may be extinct soon.
He had thought the blue butterfly was extinct.

and had a long list of the most uncommon and extraordinary for the little man when he
made his appearance.
Jack was unsure and hesitated for a while but then, enticed by the idea of such an
extraordinary deal, he decided to accept.

When he finally heard the ogre snore loudly, he lifted the pot's lid and saw the extraordinary
instrument: a golden harp.

Extravagance was carried so far as to become wickedness.

But they soon found that they were left alone, and that their former friends even attributed
their misfortunes to their own extravagance, and showed no intention of offering them any
help.
Their amazing ability to adapt permits them to live in extreme ranges of temperatures and
environments.

Ask him to come to the house. When Morgantina saw the guest, she felt sure his face was
familiar.

and the last sound at night was the same cheery sound, for the girls never grew too old for
that familiar lullaby.
And about his little soft nose and his round black eyes there was something familiar, so that
the Boy thought to himself:


As she gently fingered a flower, she heard a familiar song: "Winter's on its way and I'll be
off to warmer lands.
Ellington's music was familiar to people all over the world.


The Ellington Orchestra often broadcast live on radio from the Cotton Club, so their unique
style of jazz became familiar to people across the country.

Carver collected clays locally and was fascinated by their natural colors.


Saturn has an intricate ring system that has fascinated people for centuries.

The underwater topography of this area is complex and fascinating.


The Frog, being still fastened to the leg of the Mouse, was also carried off a prisoner, and
was eaten by the Hawk.
His tail was short and scraggly, and his harness had been broken in many places and
fastened together again with cords and bits of wire.
Horrified, he could not fathom what trap he had fallen into.


At last waking up, and moving as fast as he could, he saw the Tortoise had reached the
goal, and was comfortably dozing after her fatigue.
And when they had sat for a long time their eyes closed with fatigue, and they fell fast
asleep.
so that by the time he was within a few leagues of his home he was almost exhausted with
cold and fatigue.
One emperor favored Buddhism;

Not all abolitionists favored aiding fugitive slaves, and some believed that money and
energy should go to political action.

Spanish Florida and Mexico were favored destinations for many enslaved in the lower
South.


They began to feast, and the country mouse tried to taste everything before his tummy was
full.

And call your friends to feast with you.

ABCs "Animal Clinic" featured live animals.


Krazy Kat starred in animated shorts that also featured Ignatz Mouse and Offissa Pupp.


Over the course of the broadcasts, Bernstein discussed a wide selection of subjects
relating to music history and featured composers and compositions.


An adaptation is a feature that an animal has that allows it to survive in its environment.


Just as the Dragon was bearing down ferociously on him, Hido rememberd hearing that the
only poison to stop a dragon is a man's saliva.

An estimated 20 million people nationwide attended festivities that day.


Cities all over the U.S celebrate with parades and festivities.


In song, festivity, appearance and company, Americans of all ethnicities are celebrating St
Patrick's Day!

She looked perplexed for a moment, and then said, not fiercely, but still loud enough for the
furniture to hear:
A strong, hard but flexible shell called an exoskeleton covers their soft organs and is
resistant to chemicals, water and physical impact.

As the Mississippians flourished, the mounds evolved into urban centers, often with the
problems of overcrowding and poor waste disposal.

Many of them were part of the organized Underground Railroad that flourished between
1830 and 1861.

FLUKE




Since people did not have to focus all of their energy on finding food and staying warm,
Mississippian arts and crafts blossomed.

He promised he would never. However, Ali Baba was fond of his brother, so he saddled a
mule and rode to the mountain.

Ants engage in many curious activities that you can easily watch: foraging and following
trails to food sources, tapping with their sensitive antennae to communicate with one
another,
His weakness forced him to give up the hectic life of managing theaters and staging plays.




In the very early morning of July 3rd, the Union army forced out the Confederates who had
successfully taken Culp's Hill the previous evening.

When the town experienced a recession, Frank was forced to close Baum's Bazaar, but he
continued to hold "story hour" for his children and their friends.



Many people from Africa were brought here against their will, their forced labor put to use in
the building of a new country.

Someday a President and Vice President from different political parties could be forced to
serve together!

Yes, you, my fellow Americans have forced the spring.


By 1959, the couple had eight children, and Chavez, who had little education and training,
was forced to return to farm work.


All that he had left was a little house in a desolate place at least a hundred leagues from
the town in which he had lived, and to this he was forced to retreat with his children, who
were in despair at the idea of leading such a different life.
If a man yields once he's done for, and so, because he had given in the first time, he was
forced to do so the second.
A Lion, unable from old age and infirmities to provide himself with food by force, resolved to
do so by artifice.
In a country with abundant resources, the largest force of skilled labor, and the most
productive industry in the world,
The force of gravity attracts things to the Earth's surface.
The remnants of the Union force fell back to Cemetery Hill and Culp's Hill, south of town.


As the earth rotates around the sun, centrifugal force causes an equal bulge of water on
the opposite side of the earth.

But, by the words we speak and the faces we show the world, we force the spring.


By then, women had the right to vote in 5 states, and soon the organization became an
influential national force.

Frederick Douglass was a compelling force in the anti-slavery movement.


we will act with peaceful diplomacy whenever possible, with force when necessary.


Carnegie became a powerful businessman and a leading force in the American steel
industry.

Factories needed a larger labor force to keep the products rolling out for consumers, and
many immigrants came hoping to fill these jobs.


The Mexican army, led by General Ignacio Zaragoza, won the battle, even though the
French force was better armed and much larger.

The former slave became a major political force.


The little tailor began his game once more, and flung the largest stone he could find in his
wallet with all his force, and hit the first giant on the chest.
The unicorn ran with all its force against the tree,

Since he couldn't beat Tom with force, he would have to play a trick on him.


If so, you'll forever know
That would take forever!"

The magic that brought you here will take you back, but with me at your side, forever.
We can't keep falling forever, you know.




Because each individual cannot live forever, living organisms must be able to reproduce
themselves, to make new versions of themselves that will survive after the older organism
has died.
EXTINCTION IS FOREVER


or for the earth to close in on them again and bury them forever in its dreadful depths.




An idea infused with the conviction that America's long heroic journey must go forever
upward.

Many popular songs in the early 1900s were given a marimba "twist," such as the recording
of the "Stars and Stripes Forever March." The fact that marimba songs were well liked by
Americans shows the increased exposure the public had to foreign styles of music.

The camera and its ability to record a moment in time affected forever how we take
vacations and what we remember about them.

She gave them both a hug and said she would keep it forever.


So saying, the Butterfly rose in the air, and, borne along and aloft on the summer breeze,
was soon lost to the sight of the Ant forever.

The little girl thought fearfully of how she'd have to live underground forever.

For example, to form the past tense of the word, "look", add an -ed.

To form the past tense of words which end in the letter, "e", drop the "e" and add "ed".

To form the past tense of words which end in the letter, "y", change the "y" to "i" and add
"ed".
And form a joyous happy march


Because so many substances dissolve in it, liquid water is almost never found in pure form,
except in laboratories.

But bye and bye, as she stared ahead into the black chasm with a beating heart, she began
to dimly see the form of the horse Jim-- his head up in the air, his ears erect and his long
legs sprawling in every direction as he tumbled through space.
Currents, wind conditions, water temperature, and other factors affect the ways fresh and
ocean water form discrete layers or mix together.

Presently the confusion took form, and through the fog of battle Tom appeared, seated
astride the new boy, and pounding him with his fists.

Under certain conditions, river water flowing into brackish estuaries can form a separate
layer on top of the more dense ocean water.

Algin is one of these compounds and is used to help make different ingredients stick
together and form gooey gels.


Most waves are less than 4 meters (12 feet) high, but much larger waves can form during
severe storms.

Thick clouds form and heavy rains fall as the storm gains speed and moves over the ocean
waters.
Water is pulled away from these two sides of the earth to form these bulges, or high tides.


You can even download a voter registration form online!


As time passed, a jazz form called "swing" became very popular in America.
Called the "International Style," Haines's form of skating eventually overcame resistance in
the U.S., and on March 20, 1914, the first national figure skating championships in the
"International Style" were held at New Haven, Connecticut.
Chavez helped form his fellow workers into a labor union so they could team up against
prejudice and unfair working conditions.


First, a quilter selects a pattern and then cuts pieces of fabric and sews them together to
form an overall design.

In the American version of square dancing, four couples form a square and dance to music
from an accordion, banjo, fiddle, and guitar.

People who immigrated to the United States also brought their memories and family
histories with them in the form of stories.


The traditional form is the old-school waltz in which dancers turn all the time with a
hopping, springy step.

There is a basic form for the waltz: the man places one arm around the woman's waist and
she places her opposite hand on his shoulder.

This musical form got its name from a song by Duke Ellington.
Young people from the Middle West created a new musical form during this time.
After a while, new butterflies form.
A Cat fell in love with a handsome young man, and entreated Venus to change her into the
form of a woman.

They are in the form of an arch.


An idea tempered by the knowledge that, but for fate, we the fortunate and the unfortunate
might have been each other.

From his father, Andrew learned the value of helping those who are less fortunate.


This means that it was only fair for wealthy, fortunate people to help those who are less
fortunate.

ONCE upon a time, in a very far-off country, there lived a merchant who had been so
fortunate in all his undertakings that he was enormously rich.
News of Aladdin's sudden fortune and wealth spread like wildfire, until...one day, a strange
merchant stopped beneath the palace window.

The discovery of gold in California in 1849 enticed thousands of fortune seekers to the
West.

The jealous Chamberlain kept on repeating: "I told you Aladdin's fortune couldn't last."


And his mother stared in astonishment at this small fortune.

Many settlers came here to seek fortune and opportunity in a country with seemingly
limitless natural resources.

But he had mixed feelings about some of the ways in which he made his fortune, so as a
result, he decided to give much of his money away.

By 1911, Carnegie had given away a huge amount of money, about 90 percent of his
fortune.

Carnegie believed that the wealthy had an obligation to give back to society, so he donated
much of his fortune to causes like education and peace.

The discovery of gold in 1848 in what is now the state of California encouraged people from
many parts of the world and the United States to come to the region to seek their fortune.


So they all loaded their father with commissions for jewels and dresses which it would have
taken a fortune to buy;
I kept wishing they would hit a foul ball over to me.

Then the batter hit a foul ball that rolled right over to the player in the on deck circle.
FOUL



Coral reefs are extremely fragile and are harmed by any impact: a diver chipping pieces off
the reef, people snorkeling, or swimmers stepping on the reefs cause serious damage.

he put his frail little head out of the window, and shouted, "up here, my good woman, and
you'll find a willing customer." The woman climbed up the three flights of stairs with her
heavy basket to the tailor's room, and he made her spread out all the pots in a row before
him.
During this time Jim struggled frantically, all his legs kicking the air;


Clasp your hands so, and stagger across the room, crying frantically, 'Roderigo Save me!

he leaped down, down into the swift water below, and the last Reddy saw of him he was
frantically trying to swim ashore.


Poll taxes, literacy tests, fraud and intimidation all turned African Americans away from the
polls.

Cesar's family frequently did not have access to basic needs such as clean water or toilets.



Professional staff visited frequently.


He frequently forgot his place.



You said the other day you thought we were a deal happier than the King children, for they
were fighting and fretting all the time, in spite of their money.
It's naughty to fret, but I do think washing dishes and keeping things tidy is the worst work
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Ken said, "do not fret.


The yank made Jon fret.


Grettel wept bitterly and spoke to Hansel: "Now it's all up with us." "No, no, Grettel," said
Hansel, "don't fret yourself;
Although he was frustrated by Carver's management and administrative shortcomings,
Washington realized that Carver was a great teacher.
FUME



However, most of the major organs are the same (like heart, stomach, liver, spleen) and
have the same basic function.

Now it serves a function, instead of just looking good.


In 1902 he founded the Carnegie Institution to fund scientific research and established a
pension fund for teachers with a 10 million dollar donation.

When he returned home, his mother was furious and reprimanded him sternly.


Then Drummer the Woodpecker began such a furious rat-a-tat-tat-tat on the trunk of the
old tree that it rang through the Green Forest and out across the Green Meadows almost to
the Purple Hills.

The boycott introduced the country to a clergyman named Martin Luther King, Jr. who
gained national prominence, leading the protest with the words: There comes a time that
people get tired." Eventually, the U.S.
In 1919, the suffrage movement had finally gained enough support, and Congress,


Not all Americans remaining at home gained favorably from the war.

The northern plains are gained at last,

As more and more blacks gained freedom, their concern for other African Americans
became the center of the antislavery movement.


The American Revolution freed more blacks, both those who fought for America and
gained freedom and those who left to work for the British.


The Mexicans won at Puebla, but the French later gained control of Mexico City.


This music first gained popularity in the 1890s in the South.
by means of which the Ant gained the shore.


The boy and his mother gaped wordlessly at this incredible apparition, then the genie said
with a hint of impatience in his voice, "I'm here at your command.

The magistrates gaped at each other in utter astonishment.
How long you have stayed! cried she, gaping, rubbing her eyes and stretching herself as if
she had been just waked out of her sleep;

But that's a statue, gasped the magistrates.

Good gracious, gasped Dennis.

Oh no, gasped the lad.

They both gasped in surprise.




And with his last gasp he blew a loud blast,



Reddy Fox gave a little gasp of fright and turned so suddenly that he almost fell flat.



Frank enjoyed telling stories to his sons and neighborhood children, and Baum's Bazaar
became a popular gathering place for children after school, where they begged Frank for
stories.


One day, as Ali Baba was gathering sticks in a wood some way from the city, he heard a
band of horsemen gallop towards him.

Many penguin fathers gather in a big circle.


Crickets and grasshoppers may gather around your feet and knees, and in the evenings
you can watch fireflies rising from the ground.

FLOPSY, Mopsy, and Cottontail, who were good little bunnies, went down the lane to
gather blackberries.



Cinderella went immediately to gather the finest she could get, and brought it to her
godmother, not being able to imagine how this pumpkin could make her go to the ball.

He had the potatoes to dig and the green peas to gather, but next morning he promised to
come early and burn the whole lot.


Some families attend morning mass, while others gather around a Christmas tree to open
brightly wrapped boxes.
As Aladdin gazed at his sleeping enemy, he thought of peering underneath the pillow.


I gazed, and gazed, but little thought

A fine collation was served up, whereof the young prince ate not a morsel, so intently was
he busied in gazing on her.

His father observed him, and said: "Hansel, what are you gazing at there, and why do you
always remain behind?
He ran home and told his Mother, saying, "Although it hurts me very much, I only touched it
gently." "That was just why it stung you," said his Mother.
It gently floated down to earth and landed on its old site.


they floated gently down upon a broad, flat roof, and came to a stop at last.




Gently, gently, said he, "not so fast, my friend," and standing still he waited till the beast
was quite near, when he sprang lightly behind a tree.
As she gently fingered a flower, she heard a familiar song: "Winter's on its way and I'll be
off to warmer lands.
But there was no answer, only the little ants ran to and fro, and the bracken swayed gently
where the two strangers had passed.


The swallow gently laid Thumbelina in a blossom.

Toby pulled gently on the rope.


which done, she struck it with her wand, and the pumpkin was instantly turned into a fine
coach, gilded all over with gold.

Reddy did as he was told, but a glance down made him giddy, so giddy that he nearly fell.




Ten thousand saw I at a glance,

He only caught a fleeting glimpse of the princess, but it was enough for him to want to
marry her.

she danced so very gracefully that they all more and more admired her.
But, good gracious, what a sight the rain and the wind had made her look.


Good gracious, I believe I am.




Good gracious, gasped Dennis.

After this, he gradually led him towards the pool in which he lived, until reaching the very
brink, he suddenly jumped in, dragging the Mouse with him.
Gradually, the land was laid bare, and significant environmental damage began to occur.

Gradually, after the Revolution, more and more whites began to assist those African
Americans who were on the run.


Jane Addams's reputation gradually was restored during the last years of her life.


The northern states gradually freed their slaves.



Evolution is the gradual change in a species over geologic time: many thousands or
millions of years.

Sea floors have a variety of features including smooth gradual slopes, mountain ranges,
volcanoes, trenches, and sea mounts.

Goodness! she cried, grasping the iron rail of the seat.


I'll throw one that won't come down at all." He dived into his wallet again, and grasping the
bird in his hand, he threw it up into the air.
I'll help you to move a little faster! Thumbelina gratefully did so, and the leaf soon floated
away from the frog pond.

grateful for women's help during the war, passed the Nineteenth Amendment on June 5.


and she was very grateful.



Diligence and attention soon gave him the knack of it, and he strode down the street with
his mouth full of harmony and his soul full of gratitude.

The Arabs first used it in military bands, and later used it to greet important persons, mark
the beginnings of pilgrimages, and in other important ceremonies.
All the citizens rushed from the lake to greet Hido.


or the right of the people peaceably to assemble, and to petition the government for a
redress of grievances.
We are not made, they said, "to hold out against a man who kills seven at a blow." The
King was grieved at the thought of losing all his faithful servants for the sake of one man,

One TIME, I found a FINE SIGN in the GRIME of a MINE.



Their leader was a grim wicked-looking man.


but that they showed the grim realities of slavery and proved that African Americans could
act and organize on their own.

During the six-month journey, Gunn wrote many letters to her husband describing the
grueling experience.

After a grueling speaking tour, Washington was hospitalized in New York City.


Christmas won't be Christmas without any presents, grumbled Jo, lying on the rug.

It was uninteresting sewing, but tonight no one grumbled.

I'm up, grumbled Sammy, as he crawled from his warm bed and dragged himself to the
bathroom.

and Nana grumbled as she rubbed him off with a corner of her apron.



Sit down and I'll make your dinner." The ogre, still grumbling, filled a jug of wine and
guzzled it down as he devoured his dinner.

Weigh me four ounces of it, my good woman, and even if it's expensive I'll take it." The
woman, who had hoped to find a good market, gave him what he wanted, but went away
grumbling wrathfully.
While Tom was eating his supper, and stealing sugar as opportunity offered, Aunt Polly
asked him questions that were full of guile, and very deep,

Anything you like!" Aladdin gulped, then said:


Brad felt a cool gush of wind on his face.
They are protected from collection, harassment or other activities that may injure them or
alter their environments.

Suffering great hardship, more than a hundred thousand Japanese Americans were held
captive in the camps.
It can harm trees and buildings.
Harm hatch, harm catch.

Loud noises can harm the tiny hairs inside your ear.

Noises can harm hairs deep inside your ears in the same way hurricane winds harm trees.

Noises made by video games can do harm also.

Some kids in Missouri learned that everyday noises can harm their ears.

The sound of kids yelling on a school bus can be loud enough to harm kids' ears.

Too much loud noise can harm your ears.

Harm seek, harm find.

Even if they did, most spider venom does not harm people.

Only 2 kinds of spiders that can harm people live in the United States.

Products such as paint thinners, oil, and phosphate detergents may harm the environment
by directly poisoning it.

There are many common products that we use that get into the ecosystem and can cause
harm.

they can also harm themselves by eating it.


A bit dopey, yes, but he never did anybody any harm, and that's all that counts.

He meant no harm, but the blow fell on the middle of her neck and the poor hen dropped
dead.
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In a certain wood of his kingdom there dwelled two giants who did much harm by the way
they robbed, murdered, burned, and plundered everything about them.
The tailor was to catch a wild boar for him that did a great deal of harm in the wood, and he
might have the huntsmen to help him.
As before, life in the fields was harsh.
Working conditions for migrant workers were harsh and often unsafe.



No, not yet, muttered Morgantina hastily.


At last," sighed Aladdin, hastily rubbing it.


Nobody knew where they were, not even the wise men hastily called to the palace to divine
what had happened.

but Zeb at once leaped out of the buggy to the roof, and he was so awkward and hasty that
he kicked over Dorothy's bird-cage, which rolled out upon the roof so that the bottom came
off.


ONCE there was a gentleman who married, for his second wife, the proudest and most
haughty woman that was ever seen.


Quickly, before the people at the top of the hill could see, he hauled each loaf to a spot
partway down the hill.

His weakness forced him to give up the hectic life of managing theaters and staging plays.




Carver found time in his hectic schedule to crochet, knit, and do needlework.


But if Reddy had heard, he hadn't heeded.



Jack was unsure and hesitated for a while but then, enticed by the idea of such an
extraordinary deal, he decided to accept.

Being very curious, the boy climbed the plant and once he reached the top of the stalk he
found himself hovering above the clouds.

But, as the boy was sitting on the doorstep and did not budge, his exasperated mother
picked up the first thing that came within her grasp and hurled it at Dennis's head.

The wizard hurried away, but from a safe distance, he hurled his terrible revenge.
Sometimes, for no reason whatsoever, she went swooping about like a great wind and
hustled them away in cupboards.


An innovator and idealist, he had a remarkable understanding of the natural world.


Jon was able to imagine the whole picture before he started to draw.


You can imagine the Queen's delight at hearing the name,
and when millions of poor children cannot even imagine the lives we are calling them to
lead

Before we start writing, let's imagine where the story will take place and what will happen at
the beginning and the end.


Can you imagine becoming the richest person in the world and then giving your money
away?

Can you imagine how excited Solly was when he saw the instrument?



Can you imagine what it would be like to have to do this 30 times?



Imagine going on a vacation without a camera.


We will also do things that you can't even imagine.



Cinderella went immediately to gather the finest she could get, and brought it to her
godmother, not being able to imagine how this pumpkin could make her go to the ball.

...and they gave me a bag of gold for stitching the body together again. "If you take me to
the place, I'll give you another bag of gold," said the robber immediately.

The New Deal Roosevelt had promised the American people began to take shape
immediately after his inauguration in March 1933.
Jo immediately sat up, put her hands in her pockets, and began to whistle.

Cinderella went immediately to gather the finest she could get, and brought it to her
godmother, not being able to imagine how this pumpkin could make her go to the ball.

Sammy immediately fell to the ground.
She had no sooner done so but her godmother turned them into six footmen, who skipped
up immediately behind the coach, with their liveries all bedaubed with gold and silver,

There was immediately a profound silence, they left off dancing, and the violins ceased to
play,

They told her: Yes, but that she hurried away immediately when it struck twelve, and with
so much haste that she dropped one of her little glass slippers,

whereupon she immediately made a courtesy to the company and hasted away as fast as
she could.

Along Mississippi's scenic Natchez Trace Parkway, there is an immense flat-topped
platform 35 feet high, spanning eight acres.

Insects are vital to the immense cycle of life, furnishing food for other creatures and
breaking down natural materials to chemicals and nutrients for recycling into new life.

The immense heat and pressure at its surface make this planet completely uninhabitable.

Some archeologists say that the moundbuilders' survival depended on a steady flow of
immigrants to compensate for the high urban death rates;

Some immigrants arrived for the sheer adventure of exploration.


The immigrants quickly realized that in order to prosper as an independent country, they
would have to establish some governing principles.

As winter approached, the immigrants overland came pouring into California, dusty and
worn with their two thousand miles of weary travel across the plains and mountains.
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Almost five million immigrants came to the United States between 1820 and 1860.



Boats carrying immigrants docked at Ellis Island.



Factories needed a larger labor force to keep the products rolling out for consumers, and
many immigrants came hoping to fill these jobs.


He was the son of Russian immigrants.
Immigrants brought not only their belongings with them;



Many who lived there were immigrants from countries such as Italy, Russia, Poland,
Germany, Ireland, and Greece.


The Civil War stopped the flow of immigrants coming into the United States.



The modern customs of Halloween are similar to the customs of the Celtic people because
many immigrants came to America and brought their beliefs and traditions with them.

The music, dance, and humor of recent immigrants found a place in vaudeville, the venue
for popular amusement.


These stories illustrate not only the history of immigrants, but they also tell the story of
building a nation.


Even the largest species are not immune to these problems of extinction!


It is important to note that people are not immune to this problem.


Coral reefs are extremely fragile and are harmed by any impact: a diver chipping pieces off
the reef, people snorkeling, or swimmers stepping on the reefs cause serious damage.

There is also human impact from the exploration, production, and transportation of the
resource to the market.

They impact the environment through the effects at the outflow site (where the final
treatment is deposited into the ocean).

A strong, hard but flexible shell called an exoskeleton covers their soft organs and is
resistant to chemicals, water and physical impact.

It is heavily cratered, showing impact scars from countless bombardments by meteoroids.

Cesar's life growing up had a big impact on what he did with the rest of his life.



I don't believe any of you suffer as I do, cried Amy, "for you don't have to go to school with
impertinent girls,
His sobs were overheard by some friendly sparrows, who flew to him in great excitement,
and implored him to exert himself.



A new-comer of any age or either sex was an impressive curiosity in the poor little shabby
village of Saint Petersburg.

The most impressive earthworks were built near centers of power and where important
festivals and ceremonies took place.

she had not, however, any manner of inclination to sleep since they went from home.


The boy and his mother gaped wordlessly at this incredible apparition, then the genie said
with a hint of impatience in his voice, "I'm here at your command.

Since the beginning of the Space Age, spacecraft capable of photographing and studying
the planets have taken humankind on an incredible journey of exploration,
The Duke Ellington Orchestra was on the road for 50 years and kept up an incredible
schedule.

Incredibly rich!" he said to himself as he went to bed.


The day's results were indecisive for both armies.


All Carver's efforts were geared to increasing African-American farmers' economic
independence.

In the Declaration of Independence, Thomas Jefferson wrote, "Governments are instituted
among Men, deriving their just Powers from the Consent of the Governed."

When our founders boldly declared America's independence to the world and our purposes
to the Almighty, they knew that America, to endure, would have to change.

According to American legend, in June 1776, George Washington had Betsy Ross, a
Philadelphia seamstress, create a flag for the new nation right before the declaration of its
independence.
For Washington, education and hard work led to economic independence, and then to
political rights.

Many Americans sing, pledge, and pay respect to the flag, "Old Glory," as a symbol of the
country's democracy and independence.

Washington advocated economic independence through self-help, hard work, and a
practical education.
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He was very industrious, and the farm always prospered under his care.

He was very industrious, and the farm always prospered under his care.



Her son tried to cheer her up, but nothing could save the mother from her inevitable
decline.

Excessive bail shall not be required, nor excessive fines imposed, nor cruel and unusual
punishments inflicted.
Many of them, like the light bulb, the phonograph, and the motion picture camera (movie
camera), were brilliant creations that have a huge influence on our everyday life.

Over time the media has changed, and today's campaign strategies reflect the use of
statistical analysis and the science of influence and affect.

The museum also explains the influence science fiction has had on our modern beliefs
about the world.

Booker Taliafero Washington rose from slavery to a position of power and influence.


While politicians and presidents sought him out, some in the African-American community
criticized the extent and use of his power and influence.

By then, women had the right to vote in 5 states, and soon the organization became an
influential national force.

Influential Spokesman


A well regulated militia, being necessary to the security of a free state, the right of the
people to keep and bear arms, shall not be infringed.
He got all the different ingredients.

Algin is one of these compounds and is used to help make different ingredients stick
together and form gooey gels.


It tells you what the ingredients are and how to put them together properly to make
whatever it is you are trying to make.


Next, put all the ingredients in.
She had all the ingredients except for one thing.

She had bowls and spoons and ingredients all over the kitchen!


Carolyn decided she must have used the wrong ingredients for the cookies!



Raised in unrivaled prosperity, we inherit an economy that is still the world's strongest,


They can continuously replenish themselves if not interfered with and inhibited from doing
so.

In a final attempt to gain the initiative and win the battle,


These spires were like great spear-points, and if they tumbled upon one of them they were
likely to suffer serious injury.



She gives treatments and medicines to people who are ill or have suffered injury.

However, he had "an inordinate desire for knowledge." The young boy attended school in
Neosho, Missouri, and later moved to Kansas.

inquired Mrs


and inquired how she was and how all things went with her.



I was born in the South, I have lived and labored in the South, and I expect to be buried in
the South. He insisted on going home.

King insisted on nonviolent action to achieve the goal of justice.


She is an example of courage and determination and an inspirational symbol to all
Americans.

He was inspired to fast by a man named Gandhi in India.



Inspired by Toynbee Hall, Addams and her friend, Ellen Gates Starr, opened Hull House in
a neighborhood of slums in Chicago in 1889.
It inspired oppressed peoples throughout the world.


The strike that started in 1965 lasted for five years and inspired a nationwide boycott of
California grapes that was supported throughout the country.


Do you have a teacher who inspires you?



It is a natural hunting instinct, like that of a wolf, that makes the dog chase prey even if they
don't know what it is at first.


Anen's first instinct told him to run at the sudden noise.



When comets venture into the more intense sunlight of the inner solar system, the ices on
the comet nucleus begin to melt and fall away.
Since the lightning appears all of a sudden, intense but short-lived, it heats up the air
extremely quickly, and so the air expands extremely quickly.


But they soon found that they were left alone, and that their former friends even attributed
their misfortunes to their own extravagance, and showed no intention of offering them any
help.
A fine collation was served up, whereof the young prince ate not a morsel, so intently was
he busied in gazing on her.

Ecologists usually study the interactions within groups of organisms, not just individuals.



The study of the interactions between organisms and their environment is called ecology.



He refined the extracted pigments and made paints that interested several commercial
paint companies.

He was very interested in the discovery of new lands.


Bernstein became interested in music at the age of 10.



Given the difficulties confronting African Americans who wanted an education, Carver took
intermittent schooling breaks in the 1880s.
Dale became known as The Intimidator, because of the way he intimidated other drivers.


Saturn has an intricate ring system that has fascinated people for centuries.

Mars has greatly intrigued scientists and the general public because, of all the planets, its
environment is most like Earth's.
Neptune is the farthest of the giant outer planets from the Sun, but it still has its share of
strange and intriguing features.
There's no solid surface as such, and its swirling atmosphere shows many colorful,
intriguing features.
This leaves open an intriguing possibility.


Fearing that Japan might invade the West Coast of the United States,

Mosquitos, one of the more commonly encountered insects, can be irritating with their
humming wings and itching bites.

Organisms are not isolated in their environment.



The jealous Chamberlain kept on repeating: "I told you Aladdin's fortune couldn't last."


Alas! said she, "you only jeer me;


Thank you, they called, and hurried on, leaving me to wonder what sort of a journey they
had.


During the six-month journey, Gunn wrote many letters to her husband describing the
grueling experience.

He said he was going to make sure that none of the jars had been damaged during the
journey.

There were no airplanes or cars to speed the journey.


An idea infused with the conviction that America's long heroic journey must go forever
upward.

Since the beginning of the Space Age, spacecraft capable of photographing and studying
the planets have taken humankind on an incredible journey of exploration,
And down to the brook a journey he took,
Before he set forth he looked round about him, to see if there was anything in the house he
could take with him on his journey;
While most runaways began and finished their journey unaided, during the time that slavery
was legal in America more and more people began to participate in the Underground
Railroad.
Though he knew it would take some hours to get through the forest, he was so anxious to
be at his journey's end that he resolved to go on;
and after six months of trouble and expense he found himself as poor as when he started,
having been able to recover only just enough to pay the cost of his journey.
In a country with abundant resources, the largest force of skilled labor, and the most
productive industry in the world,
and when she saw the state his clothes were in her resolution to turn his Saturday holiday
into captivity at hard labor became adamantine in its firmness.

However, they needed labor to work their lands and acquired slaves, including Mary,
George's mother.

Many people from Africa were brought here against their will, their forced labor put to use in
the building of a new country.

Cesar Chavez, born in 1927, was a Mexican American labor activist and leader of the
United Farm Workers.


Chavez helped form his fellow workers into a labor union so they could team up against
prejudice and unfair working conditions.


Factories needed a larger labor force to keep the products rolling out for consumers, and
many immigrants came hoping to fill these jobs.


He started to unite farm workers into a labor union.



Hull House also became a meeting place for clubs and labor unions.



legislation to make factory work safer, and child labor laws.



so in the 1950s, he started organizing agricultural workers into a labor union that would
demand higher pay and better working conditions from their employers.
They saw a landscape with mountains and plains, lakes and rivers, very like those upon
the earth's surface;



His way led up a hill, on the top of which sat a powerful giant, who was calmly surveying the
landscape.
This "latent heating" warms the surrounding air and controls global weather.


Confederate General Richard Ewell launched his attack in the evening as the fighting at the
other end of the fishhook was subsiding.

The Stardust spacecraft will be launched in 1999 to collect dust particles from a comet and
return them to Earth.
Today, little is left of the moundbuilders' legacy.


Today, the legacy of the moundbuilders is at risk.


According to American legend, in June 1776, George Washington had Betsy Ross, a
Philadelphia seamstress, create a flag for the new nation right before the declaration of its
independence.
Although it's not clear who invented the steel guitar style, legend has it that the first person
to develop this technique was Hawaiian schoolboy Joseph Kekuku.

Poll taxes, literacy tests, fraud and intimidation all turned African Americans away from the
polls.

The Voting Rights Act prohibited the states from using literacy tests and other methods of
excluding African Americans from voting.

Addams and her staff gave classes in English literacy, art, and other subjects.



He knew the model boy very well though and loathed him.


One hot summer's day a Fox was strolling through an orchard till he came to a bunch of
Grapes just ripening on a vine which had been trained over a lofty branch.

He longed to become Real, to know what it felt like.



He barked and lunged.


One ruler built himself a magnificent palace, large enough to shelter ten thousand
attendants.
Many more were permanently injured or maimed.

His warmth and charm allowed him to develop and maintain close personal relationships
with students, farmers and powerful philanthropists over the years.

MAINTAIN


contain, complain, attain, explain, maintain, refrain, retain, remain, obtain, sustain,
entertain, Maine, Spain, Ukraine

When he came to the outskirts of the wood he said to his followers, "you wait here, I'll
manage the giants by myself,"
We have thought of a way which will be possible, they said, "if only you can manage to
keep still long enough.


Frank next took on a variety of jobs - managing a local newspaper, reporting for a
magazine and working as a traveling salesman.



Frank's father owned some theaters and gave Frank the job of managing these
businesses.



His weakness forced him to give up the hectic life of managing theaters and staging plays.




In his early twenties Frank suffered a heart attack, but resumed managing and writing when
he was well again.



Powerful people maneuver for position and worry endlessly about who is in and who is out,
who is up and who is down,

After they had walked for a little, Hansel stood still and looked back at the house, and this
maneuver he repeated again and again.
The more Tom stared at the splendid marvel, the higher he turned up his nose at his finery
and the shabbier and shabbier his own outfit seemed to him to grow.

He can be a royal trumpet player! Never had such a marvel been seen at Court.


He cautiously stepped on the clouds and, when he felt their support, meandered to the
castle.
Save me!'" And away went Jo, with a melodramatic scream which was truly thrilling.

He thought they were all stuffed with sawdust like himself, and he understood that sawdust
was out of date and should never be mentioned in modern circles.


I have the advantages you mention, but when I hear even the bark of a single dog I feel
ready to faint, and fly away as fast as I can."




One of his paintings won Honorable Mention in the 1893 Chicago World's Fair.


I have the advantages you mention, but when I hear even the bark of a single dog I feel
ready to faint, and fly away as fast as I can." No arguments will give courage to the
coward.
I'm an oil merchant, replied the leader, "and I must be at market tomorrow.


Then I can murder them all. "That merchant has sold you some fine carpets very cheaply,"
remarked Ali Baba to his son.

Can you give us a bed for the night?" Pleased at being able to help, Ali Baba, who had
known what it meant to be poor, warmly welcomed the merchant and his men and had the
cart taken into the courtyard.
I'll go to the city myself." Disguised as a merchant, he went to Mustapha.


News of Aladdin's sudden fortune and wealth spread like wildfire, until...one day, a strange
merchant stopped beneath the palace window.

Suddenly, she thought she would have a sip of the merchant's oil to see if it was as tasty as
her own.

The merchant quickly began to rub it, and the genie was now at the service of the wizard
who had got his magic lamp back.

and gave it to the merchant in exchange for a new one.


ONCE upon a time, in a very far-off country, there lived a merchant who had been so
fortunate in all his undertakings that he was enormously rich.
So the merchant set out and reached the town as quickly as possible,

Its green body, wings and legs merge into the green, leafy background so carefully you
think it is part of the grass.
Abraham Lincoln referred to him as the most meritorious man of the nineteenth century.


He laughed at that, and his laugh was merry and frank.




  Should watch our merry plunges!

Glad to find you so merry, my girls, said a cheery voice at the door,

There sun and child in merry play


Thus took he the leave of his merry men all,



With mesmerizing oratory and an energetic speaking schedule, Washington became a
major spokesman for his people.

Some insects also mimic bitter-tasting insects;


She hadn't the least idea of how to spin straw into gold, and became at last so miserable
that she began to cry.
Their miserable shack was transformed into a luxurious home.


they declared that this miserable life was all she was fit for.

But, one day, a most unexpected misfortune befell them.

She had been as sad as anyone when misfortune overtook her father, but, soon recovering
her natural gaiety,
Recently, a mobile robot rover has explored the planet.

investment is mobile;


But, even in the days before trailers and Winnebagos, some people turned their cars into
mobile homes.

Not quite, replied Jo modestly.

Come hither, and a morsel take

Again and again he tried after the tempting morsel, but at last had to give it up, and walked
away with his nose in the air, saying:
A fine collation was served up, whereof the young prince ate not a morsel, so intently was
he busied in gazing on her.

our people have always mustered the determination to construct from these crises the
pillars of our history.

No, not yet, muttered Morgantina hastily.


Hardly aware of what he was doing, he muttered, "open sesame," but the mountain stood
still.

I'll have to mop it all up, muttered Dennis to himself, "but how?

I've sold the cloth to a very well-dressed gentleman! The woman asked: "How much did he
give you for it?" Dennis muttered, "Oh, I forgot to ask him for the money!
'Is that a dagger that I see before me?" muttered Jo, rolling her eyes and clutching at the
air, as she had seen a famous tragedian do.
What ails that pesky woodpecker? he muttered.



I surely would!" he muttered.



Washington's controversial Atlanta Exposition speech in 1895 appeared to support
separate development as a "necessary condition for economic cooperation between the
races." He said, "In all things that are purely social we can be as separate as the fingers,
yet as one hand in all things essential to mutual progress." The speech brought him fame
as well as criticism.
The wind brings us weather (both good and bad) and helps sailors and ships navigate
around the world.

Necessity is the mother of invention.

Although at first considered a luxury, the car quickly became an American necessity.


It is best to prepare for the days of necessity.



or I should have had to jump like a squirrel on to another, which, nimble though I am, would
have been no easy job." He drew his sword and gave each of the giants a very fine thrust
or two on the breast, and then went to the horsemen and said, "the deed is done, I've put
an end to the two of them.
A danced a jig on nimble feet,

she then rose up and fled, as nimble as a deer.
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Dusk fell and, as Morgantina was about to enter the palace, she noticed the strange mark.


Jack noticed that the door wasn't locked.


There was no reply, but she suddenly noticed a pair of legs sticking out of the oven.

In the bag was something beside the gold-something so small that the greedy man in his
hurry had not noticed it.



How do you know it's news to me? asked Peter, and Johnny noticed that his voice wasn't
quite so cross.


As he walked home, he noticed something.


Even Nana noticed it next morning when she picked him up, and said,



He was so happy that he never noticed that his beautiful velveteen fur was getting shabbier
and shabbier, and his tail becoming unsewn,


Reddy's sharp eyes saw Drummer the Woodpecker near the top of the old tree trunk and
noticed that Drummer seemed to be looking at something down below.


Too bad for you, snapped the stranger, slamming down the manhole cover, never noticing
that, as he did so, a ring slid off his finger.

Her father, noticing her silence, said,

Male mosquitos don't bite, but most females do because they need blood to nourish their
eggs.

Veins support the delicate wings and nourish them with blood.


Only after ruining many bricks did the novice brick makers finally master the craft.


The jack nuzzled Toby's shoulder and whinnied, like he wanted to say something.
Now, I'm your obedient servant.


She was half sorry her sagacity had miscarried, and half glad that Tom had stumbled into
obedient conduct for once.

Andrew Carnegie believed in the "Gospel of Wealth," which meant that wealthy people
were morally obligated to give their money back to others in society.

Addams believed in an individual's obligation to help his or her community, but she also
thought the government could help make Americans' lives safer and healthier.


Carnegie believed that the wealthy had an obligation to give back to society, so he donated
much of his fortune to causes like education and peace.

Then the hero betook himself to the King, who was obliged now, whether he liked it or not,
to keep his promise, and hand him over his daughter and half his kingdom.
To make matters worse, he was obliged to leave the town in the most terrible weather,

Insects, along with other species of plants and animals in the National Park System, can be
enjoyed through such activities as observation, study and photography.

A Hawk observed it, and, pouncing upon it with his talons, carried it aloft.

One of his workmen observed his frequent visits to the spot and decided to watch his
movements.
Thought that train would never come, observed the boy.




He observed that Native Americans at one of the earthworks would stand there for a long
time with sorrowful expressions.

The scientists said the planet is more similar to Earth than anything ever observed.

World Heart Day was first observed six years ago.

Jo does use such slang words! observed Amy, with a reproving look at the long figure
stretched on the rug.
I'm getting too old for such things," observed Meg, who was as much a child as ever about
`dressing-up' frolics.
In front of the house he observed a bird that had been caught in some bushes, and this he
put into his wallet beside the cheese.
People do all these things to commemorate this special holiday, which has been observed
since 1918, though it had a different name and a slightly different meaning back then.

His father observed him, and said: "Hansel, what are you gazing at there, and why do you
always remain behind?
An observatory is a place where scientists observe outer space.
To observe the busy world of insects, go to a meadow or woodland or beside a stream and
sit quietly.

How do you observe Veterans Day?


Not only does the U.S observe this day.


The last obstacle had been overcome.


But what made it perfectly clear to him was the loot they unloaded from their horses,
obviously plundered in a raid.

It is obviously very difficult to count every organism in an entire area (or community);



A less obvious consequence is the formation of density currents.


One obvious consequence of differing densities in ocean water is layering, which results in
fairly distinct layers of ocean water as depth increases.

This seems to be an obvious question but one that may be difficult to answer.


The leopard had killed on more than one occasion, the eagle had snatched rabbits and
lambs, the fox and the wolf had stolen and murdered.

Bernstein rose to the occasion and received a standing ovation at the end of the concert.



Yes, I replied, "some of the houses you occupied last spring are waiting for you,



The boy became silent, having no reply to so sensible a speech, and soon both were fully
occupied in staring at the strange scenes spread out below them.



Another saw the enemy coming, and instead of defending his city, he occupied himself in
burning the royal library,
By 1862, the Union Army occupied sections of the South from Fortress Monroe, Virginia, to
New Orleans.

The Queen was in a great state, and offered the little man all the riches in her kingdom if he
would only leave her the child.
While Tom was eating his supper, and stealing sugar as opportunity offered, Aunt Polly
asked him questions that were full of guile, and very deep,

I will give you five magic beans for your cow, the stranger offered.


Jane Addams's Hull House offered many programs to the Chicago community, even music
lessons.


The Celtics also offered the ghosts good things to eat.


The Underground Railroad, where it existed, offered local service to runaway slaves,
assisting them from one point to another.

Toby reached into his other pocket and offered the lump of sugar.


nay, and offered her services to dress their heads, which they were very willing she should
do.

In the course of United States history, people have migrated to different parts of the country
seeking new opportunities.

While America rebuilds at home, we will not shrink from the challenges, nor fail to seize the
opportunities, of this new world.

While Tom was eating his supper, and stealing sugar as opportunity offered, Aunt Polly
asked him questions that were full of guile, and very deep,

And we must do so in a world in which we must compete for every opportunity.


Many settlers came here to seek fortune and opportunity in a country with seemingly
limitless natural resources.

We must do what America does best: offer more opportunity to all and demand
responsibility from all.

With the creation of 17 million new jobs during the war, workers were afforded the
opportunity to pay off old debts, as well as to begin saving some of their earnings.
For the many people who care for the environment, Earth Day became the first opportunity
they had to tell public officials to protect our planet.

Hull House gave them an opportunity to use their education and it provided a training
ground for careers in social work.


In the days when people did not travel much, fairs were also an opportunity to see different
areas and socialize with others.
The network provided an opportunity for sympathetic white Americans to play a role in
resisting slavery, and brought together men and women of both races.

The secondary importance of the Underground Railroad was that it provided an opportunity
for sympathetic white Americans to help fight slavery.

The model boat, who had lived through two seasons and lost most of his paint, never
missed an opportunity of referring to his rigging in technical terms.


Carver was born a slave on a small farm near Diamond Grove, Missouri, in 1865, "near the
end of the war." Moses and Susan Carver, his owners, reputedly opposed slavery.

When she opposed America's involvement in World War 1, however, newspaper editors
called her a traitor and a fool, but she never changed her mind.

Now and then an emperor arose who loved his people and punished whoever oppressed
them.
It inspired oppressed peoples throughout the world.


Their wings give them the option of flying away from dangerous situations or toward food or
mates.

Count the coins, Ali Baba ordered his wife triumphantly, before telling her what had
happened.

Take me to the place where the wizard has hidden my wife, he ordered the genie.


Angry and alarmed, he ordered one of his men to sneak into the city and find out what he
could.

At last the enemy's mother appeared, and called Tom a bad, vicious, vulgar child, and
ordered him away.

Back in his hideout, he ordered two of his men to buy a cart and thirty nine giant jars.


General Robert E Lee, commanding the Confederate troops, ordered attacks against the
Union left and right flanks (ends of the lines).

Of course, Kasim promised, but he quickly told his wife about it and ordered the servants to
saddle ten sturdy mules for next morning.

She was especially surprised when her mother ordered things, and later in the day they
would be brought to the house.


This smartly dressed dark-eyed man with a trim black beard and a splendid sapphire in his
turban, asked Aladdin an unusual question: "Come here, boy," he ordered.
Angry and insulted, he ordered the guards to bring the joker before him.

Let's go, Decimus ordered.



She then went to look into her mouse-trap, where she found six mice, all alive, and ordered
Cinderella to lift up a little the trapdoor,

The seats were huge and he_she ordered a large glass of my_drink.



but then, to make amends for that, I will put on my gold-flowered manteau, and my
diamond stomacher, which is far from being the most ordinary one in the world."

The following year Buffalo Bill organized his own troop of players, called the Buffalo Bill
Combination.

Eight hundred years ago, the lower Mississippi Delta was home to some of the most highly
organized civilizations in the world.

Children in many parts of the United States have organized projects to help children who
lost their homes in the hurricane.
Groups of organisms are organized into distinct levels.



In Glen Rock, New Jersey, children organized a three-day bake sale.

The collection is organized into different areas such as weapons, space creatures, and the
future.

When they were turned away, Doctor King organized and led protests that finally turned the
tide of American political opinion.

Many of them were part of the organized Underground Railroad that flourished between
1830 and 1861.

Penguins originated in the Southern Hemisphere and have no way of traveling to other
parts of the world.


The xylophone probably originated in Southeast Asia or Oceania.


Southerners were outraged that escaping slaves received assistance from so many
sources and that they lived and worked in the North and Canada.

An outstanding student, Washington graduated at the top of his class, and then taught in
Malden and at Hampton.
A neighbor, seeing him overcome with grief and learning the cause, said, "Pray do not
grieve so;
The last obstacle had been overcome.


But if he could overcome and kill these two giants he should have his only daughter for a
wife, and half his kingdom into the bargain.
Irish Americans, especially those who arrived in the U.S in the 1840s, have had to
overcome much suffering.

Oh, brave Samurai, luck is with you and with our people! So Hido knew that not only had he
defeated the Dragon, he had overcome his bad luck.

The worst thing was their terror of reaching the bottom of this great crack in the earth, and
the natural fear that sudden death was about to overtake them at any moment.



The Prince followed, but could not overtake her.


May I recite it to you?" Overwhelmed by this stream of words and delighted at Ali's
unexpected praise, the Sultan told him to recite his poem.
A Hare one day ridiculed the short feet and slow pace of the Tortoise, who replied,
laughing: "Though you be swift as the wind, I will beat you in a race." The Hare, believing
her assertion to be simply impossible, assented to the proposal;
The Tortoise never for a moment stopped, but went on with a slow but steady pace straight
to the end of the course.
On the second day, Anen followed a pace behind Decimus and his father as they marched
to battle and conquest.


Only half of the Southerners who participated in this action retired to safety.


As the need for steel and other resources increased, American citizens participated in
rationing programs, as well as recycling and scrap metal drives.
Demonstrating his support for women's rights, Douglass participated in the first feminist
convention at Seneca Falls in July of 1848

Unlike today's competitors, skaters who participated in ice skating championships in the
mid-1800s had a small number of moves, and did them in a stiff and rigid style.

As for you, Amy, continued Meg, "you are altogether too particular and prim.

A population is a group of individuals of the same species living in a particular place.



A skilled plant breeder and field collector, in particular of fungi, he developed expertise in
plant diseases.
He had a great appreciation for the world around him, in particular, the materials found in
nature.

Then, in a passion, he seized the left foot with both hands and tore himself in two.
Perhaps Leonard Bernstein did so well because music was his passion.



But he snuggled down patiently,



The poor girl bore all patiently, and dared not tell her father, who would have rattled her off;


It consisted in a peculiar bird-like turn, a sort of liquid warble, produced by touching the
tongue to the roof of the mouth at short intervals in the midst of the music

And called it a peculiar dog!

Peculiar kind of dog!

It is much shallower than the oceanic zone and sunlight penetrates all the way to the ocean
floor.


always coming out at the wrong place with a croak or a quaver that spoiled the most
pensive tune.
In vacant or in pensive mood,

As soon as the sun rose the King came, and, when he perceived the gold, he was
astonished and delighted,
Today, a candidate's every word, every action and even their perceived thought is paraded
before the public.

As soon as the boar perceived the tailor it ran at him with foaming mouth and gleaming
teeth, and tried to knock him down.
In 1887, Buffalo Bill's show performed at Madison Square Garden in New York City with
100 Indians, Annie Oakley, trick riders, ropers, and shooters as well as many different wild
animals.
Native American Sioux Indian dancers in full war paint and war costumes performed the
Sioux Ghost Dance.

Laborers on these farms performed backbreaking work for little pay, and lived in poor
conditions in migrant worker camps.

They performed CPR, but they were not able to bring him back to life.


Some dances gain more popularity than others because they can be performed to different
kinds of music and the steps change accordingly.
There are lots of different kinds of waltzes, all performed to different types of waltz music.


These students performed between seven and nine points lower on math, reading and
language tests than students without televisions in their rooms.


The band often performed two shows a day and sometimes even added in a recording
session.

Is your name perhaps, Rumpelstiltzkin?
Is your name, perhaps, Sheepshanks, Cruickshanks, Spindleshanks?
Perhaps, said Dorothy, "if you untied him, he would go.




After a time, perhaps its grass roof caught fire or the people burned it down as part of a
cleansing ceremony.

It is thought that they use this structure to detect prey, perhaps being able to distinguish the
weak electrical signals given off by injured animals.

Literary fantasies abounded, with a "moundbuilders theory" hypothesizing that a "people of
great intelligence and skill" had simply disappeared, perhaps to South America.

Perhaps I can do a zebra, thought Jon.


Perhaps he was a wizard.


Perhaps one day you will be a microbiologist!


The Mississippians, as they are known, erected dozens perhaps thousands of earthworks
across the Delta and the southeast when Europeans were living through the Middle Ages
and the Renaissance.
The four young faces on which the firelight shone brightened at the cheerful words, but
darkened again as Jo said sadly, "We haven't got Father, and shall not have him for a long
time." She didn't say "perhaps never," but each silently added it, thinking of Father far
away, where the fighting was.
Do you say the Pledge of Allegiance at your school, perhaps with your hand over your
heart?

Perhaps Leonard Bernstein did so well because music was his passion.
For then, perhaps, I'd fool the moon,




McGREGOR was quite sure that Peter was somewhere in the tool shed, perhaps hidden
underneath a flower-pot.



Perhaps I can show you a trick that will teach you why I have made you learn to run across
the bridge."


Perhaps he can show us where to find some.



Perhaps he could please his master after all, I know a Greek boy, Marcus.



Perhaps marbles will please you.



The Bull, rising up, and not knowing what to do, was sadly perplexed.

She looked perplexed for a moment, and then said, not fiercely, but still loud enough for the
furniture to hear:

Perplexed, he scratched his head.



And indeed, the Sultan was easily persuaded by a casket full of big diamonds to admit the
widow to the palace.

He persuaded a publisher to print the "Mother Goose in Prose" stories he had developed.




But these seizures and kidnappings brought the brutality of slavery into the North and
persuaded many more people to assist fugitives.

But just like the beetles, all the other spiders persuaded Thumbelina's rescuer to let her go.


She traveled overseas to meet with officials of other nations to persuade them of the
importance of working to preserve world peace.
and to try to persuade her sisters to join her in dancing and singing.

books filled the recesses, chrysanthemums and Christmas roses bloomed in the windows,
and a pleasant atmosphere of home peace pervaded it.
Pretty soon I'm going to get my ears pierced, after I get a shot.

Their earthworks have been plowed, pilfered, eroded, and built over.


who placidly sat on a post;



and you will find pleasant places on which to build new ones in Crab Apple Lane, Woodbine
Walk, Maple Park, and Apple Tree Avenue."


books filled the recesses, chrysanthemums and Christmas roses bloomed in the windows,
and a pleasant atmosphere of home peace pervaded it.
but she had a way of softly touching the yellow keys and making a pleasant
accompaniment to the simple songs they sang.
And bade them a pleasant goodbye,



Spied their pleasant pastime out,


After many years of this pleasant living,the pond became very low, in a dry season;



But summers on the farm also yield the special pleasures of the first ripe tomato, fresh corn
on the cob, and sweet juicy peaches picked and eaten right from the tree.

Just as they were expiring, they exclaimed, "O foolish creatures that we are, for the sake of
a little pleasure we have destroyed ourselves."
Pleasure bought with pains, hurts.

First, put this wicked wizard in chains and take him far away where he'll never be found
again. The genie grinned with pleasure, nodded his head, and the wizard vanished.

no doubt, as far as strong, deep, unalloyed pleasure is concerned, the advantage was with
the boy, not the astronomer.

and she thinks we ought not to spend money for pleasure, when our men are suffering so
in the army.
And then my heart with pleasure fills,
Drummer the Woodpecker never drums just that way for pleasure.



While I can run hither and thither, at my pleasure, and, if I wish, ascend the tallest tree,


Electors have failed to vote for the candidates to whom they were pledged, as in the case
of the elector who jumped from Michael Dukakis' ticket to that of Lloyd Bentsen.

Buffalo Bill also had plenty of wild animals in the show, including buffalo, elk, deer, bears,
and moose.

Are there plenty of houses to rent this Spring?



She had kicked the ball so far she had plenty of time to make it to all the bases.

The symbols show plenty of female characters, serpents, and birds.


There should be plenty of fresh air inside the shelter.

They should have plenty of space.

I don't think it's fair for some girls to have plenty of pretty things, and other girls nothing at
all, added little Amy, with an injured sniff.
Margaret, the eldest of the four, was sixteen, and very pretty, being plump and fair, with
large eyes, plenty of soft brown hair, a sweet mouth, and white hands, of which she was
rather vain.
Sea lions consume vast quantities of fish, and can find plenty of food in all areas of the kelp
forest.


There should be plenty of fresh air inside the shelter.

They should have plenty of space.

Skeletons and monsters plenty!

We have plenty of rocks and sand.


we have got plenty of food at present."



And we have plenty of time to prepare a new home for you and your bride.
But what made it perfectly clear to him was the loot they unloaded from their horses,
obviously plundered in a raid.

In a certain wood of his kingdom there dwelled two giants who did much harm by the way
they robbed, murdered, burned, and plundered everything about them.
A quadrat is a square of a determined size (usually about a meter) which is placed on a
portion of the area to be studied.


Each team has offensive players (play when the team has possession of the ball)


and defensive players (play when the other team has possession of the ball).


but he found nothing except an old cheese, which he took possession of.

They are the only possession this slave has and they are yours if you want them.



Oh, brussels sprout, you make me pout.


Scarecrows are used for practical reasons by farmers and as decorations by many people.


Applying his wide ranging research to finding practical solutions, Carver experimented with
seeds, soils, soil enrichment, and feed grains.

Carver devoted his life to research and finding practical alternatives to improve agriculture
and the economic condition of African-Americans in the South.

He believed that he could find practical ways to benefit African-American farmers.


Practical Researcher


Students were encouraged to "figure it out for themselves." They need a thorough
preparation to "do all common things uncommonly well." Carver's talks and writings were
direct, practical, and engaging.
The greatest failure of Edison's career was his inability to create a practical way to mine
iron ore.

The two men shared the belief that a practical education would make African Americans
self-sufficient.

Bricklaying, a practical, productive skill, was taught.
For many years, the products of this practical training dressed the students and furnished
Tuskegee rooms.

Tuskegee taught "classroom education...practical knowledge, industry, thrift, and economy,


Washington advocated economic independence through self-help, hard work, and a
practical education.

Washington was determined to bring the best and brightest teachers to Tuskegee "not only
for the money but also their deep interest in the race." Tuskegee embodied his total
commitment to learning, self-help, practical training, and service to the community.

In the long run, New Deal programs set a precedent for the federal government to play a
key role in the economic and social affairs of the nation.
Every slave must bring a box of precious stones.


Kasim realized, with a sinking feeling, that he would have to leave behind some of his
precious burden.

Thousands of precious objects lay scattered about.


but his heart only lusted more than ever after the precious metal.
pots of silver gold, precious vases, weapons studded with rubies and emeralds, diadems,
carved plates and carpets, all heaped together.

So he went...forgetting to turn off the tap on the barrel, letting the precious wine ooze out.

Their house caught fire and was speedily burnt to the ground, with all the splendid furniture,
the books, pictures, gold, silver, and precious goods it contained;
Wonders of geometric precision, these earthworks were the centers of life.


Frank, as he preferred to be called, had a heart condition and could not participate in
strenuous activities.



Tom Thumb preferred playing with the little garden creatures, not his parents.


Most fish prefer the area of the kelp forest where their prey lives.



Throughout the night, both armies moved their men to Gettysburg and took up positions in
preparation for the next day.
Students were encouraged to "figure it out for themselves." They need a thorough
preparation to "do all common things uncommonly well." Carver's talks and writings were
direct, practical, and engaging.
But some require more parent preparation or student testing than other states do.


In suits at common law, where the value in controversy shall exceed twenty dollars, the
right of trial by jury shall be preserved,
The National Park Service is working to identify resources and recommend methods to
protect, preserve, and study the nature and culture of the region.

Not change for change's sake, but change to preserve America's ideals life, liberty, the
pursuit of happiness.

Thomas Jefferson believed that to preserve the very foundations of our nation, we would
need dramatic change from time to time.

She traveled overseas to meet with officials of other nations to persuade them of the
importance of working to preserve world peace.

The odd superstitions touched upon were all prevalent among children and slaves in the
West at the period of this story that is to say, thirty or forty years ago.

An ongoing gravitational tug-of-war between Jupiter and Mars would have prevented the
pieces from bonding together.
different rules and unfair regulations that prevented them from voting.


Kitchen fires can be prevented.


As for you, Amy, continued Meg, "you are altogether too particular and prim.

I hate to think I've got to grow up, and be Miss March [March is their last name], and wear
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The energy that is necessary for life is created through a process known as metabolism.


And you have changed the face of Congress, the presidency and the political process itself.


Beginning a new nation with a group of people of diverse backgrounds was a difficult
process.

Like land plants, kelp uses energy from sunlight to make its own food, a process called
photosynthesis.


nor shall be compelled in any criminal case to be a witness against himself, nor be deprived
of life, liberty, or property, without due process of law;
to have compulsory process for obtaining witnesses in his favor, and to have the
assistance of counsel for his defense.
The water cycle is an exciting and continuous process.


This was not a smooth process.



Washington State produces the country's biggest apple crop.

The plant captures sunlight and the energy particles in sunlight (photons) are used to drive
a chemical reaction that produces sugar.


For example, to produce the electricity to light your home requires burning barrels of oil.


Oil is lighter than water, and many organisms, such as copepods and diatoms, produce oil
to help them float.

There are several ways to help goats produce more and better milk.

Carver developed fertilizers to produce more food and better cash crops.


He found these activities satisfying and they enabled him to produce useful items for
friends.

How long the wind blows, how hard, and over how big of an area all affect the size of the
waves it will produce.

Carnegie's father, Will Carnegie, was a weaver, but when he was unable to find work in
America he tried to produce and sell his own cloth.

There are several ways to help goats produce more and better milk.

In a country with abundant resources, the largest force of skilled labor, and the most
productive industry in the world,
Bricklaying, a practical, productive skill, was taught.


It underwent some changes in ownership, and had its first profit in 1903.


Profound and powerful forces are shaking and remaking our world,


PROFOUND
around, abound, profound, rebound, surround



There was immediately a profound silence, they left off dancing, and the violins ceased to
play,

For example, the Works Progress Administration was known as the W P A, while the
Civilian Conservation Corps was known as the C C C. Many people remarked that the New
Deal programs reminded them of alphabet soup.
Starting in late afternoon, Confederate General James Longstreet's attacks on the Union
left made progress,

However, the progress made during Reconstruction soon eroded as the twentieth century
approached.

March broke the silence that followed Jo's words, by saying in her cheery voice, "Do you
remember how you used to play Pilgrims Progress when you were little things?
Thurgood Marshall will be remembered for his involvement in the civil rights movement and
for paving the way for much of the progress in civil rights.

Washington's controversial Atlanta Exposition speech in 1895 appeared to support
separate development as a "necessary condition for economic cooperation between the
races." He said, "In all things that are purely social we can be as separate as the fingers,
yet as one hand in all things essential to mutual progress." The speech brought him fame
as well as criticism.
In 1964 the Twenty Fourth Amendment prohibited the use of poll taxes.


The Voting Rights Act prohibited the states from using literacy tests and other methods of
excluding African Americans from voting.

The powers not delegated to the United States by the Constitution, nor prohibited by it to
the states, are reserved to the states respectively, or to the people.
The national argument over where slavery should be legal and where it would be prohibited
spiraled the nation toward Civil War in 1861.

The boycott introduced the country to a clergyman named Martin Luther King, Jr. who
gained national prominence, leading the protest with the words: There comes a time that
people get tired." Eventually, the U.S.
Prominent abolitionist William Lloyd Garrison recognized his oratory skill and hired him as a
speaker for the Massachusetts Anti-Slavery Society.

A prominent white family, the Ruffners, hired the young Washington as a domestic.


It's proper to use good words, and improve your vocabilary," returned Amy, with dignity.

You can certainly throw, said the giant, "but now let's see if you can carry a proper weight."
With these words he led the tailor to a huge oak tree that had been fallen to the ground,
and said, "if you are strong enough, help me to carry the tree out of the wood."
Students were also taught the basics of proper housework, including cooking and
gardening.

He was shivering a little, for he had always been used to sleeping in a proper bed,



He was very industrious, and the farm always prospered under his care.

He was very industrious, and the farm always prospered under his care.



Their father, who had, until this moment, prospered in all ways, suddenly lost every ship he
had upon the sea, either by dint of pirates, shipwreck, or fire.
She said, "All things are prospering with me,



Now their numbers are increasing and they have been moved off the endangered species
list but still remain protected against whaling.

They were in danger of extinction and therefore became protected.


The organisms grow easily here due to the warmth and light and are protected from hungry
predators by the thick kelp growth.


They are protected from collection, harassment or other activities that may injure them or
alter their environments.

But the United States Constitution, adopted in 1787, protected the rights of slaveholders to
have slave property throughout the union.


But under the water lies a great city protected by a crystal ball.


Many brave and impassioned Americans protested, marched, were arrested and even died
to make it easier for people to vote.

When they were turned away, Doctor King organized and led protests that finally turned the
tide of American political opinion.

Chavez and his United Farm Workers union battled California grape growers by holding
nonviolent protests.
Like his protests, Cesar Chavez died peacefully.



it was deeply involved in the slave trade and the first protests against slavery were efforts to
end the slave trade.


The boycott introduced the country to a clergyman named Martin Luther King, Jr. who
gained national prominence, leading the protest with the words: There comes a time that
people get tired." Eventually, the U.S.
Then the boy cracked his whip and touched the animal's flanks with it, and after a low
moan of protest Jim stepped slowly along the road.



The nonviolent tactics they used were protest marches, strikes, and boycotts.



To shoot at my breast, as I do protest,



A Lion, unable from old age and infirmities to provide himself with food by force, resolved to
do so by artifice.
He had always little enough to live on, and once, when there was a great famine in the
land, he couldn't even provide them with daily bread.
Each year they provide millions of tons of meat and milk.

We must provide for our nation the way a family provides for its children.


and I shall provide the slippers, for he told me to take special care of Mother while he was
gone."
Settlement houses were created to provide community services to ease urban problems
such as poverty.


The Tuskegee brickyard produced enough bricks to sell the surplus to the community and
provide the school with an income.

They choose what things they think are important, like schools, or libraries, or art, and
donate money to help provide those things for everyone.

Each year they provide millions of tons of meat and milk.

Providing a special diet for goats is better than letting the animals find their own food all the
time.
In addition to providing food for some organisms, kelp is an important habitat for many
others.


Providing a special diet for goats is better than letting the animals find their own food all the
time.
The tailor strapped the girdle round his waist and set out into the wide world, for he
considered his workroom too small a field for his prowess.
but their father, who was more prudent, begged them to wait a little,

Not change for change's sake, but change to preserve America's ideals life, liberty, the
pursuit of happiness.

Once upon a time there lived a giant who had quarreled with a very greedy wizard over
sharing a treasure.

The Sun and the Wind once had a quarrel as to which was the stronger.




What's to come of it all? they asked each other, "if we quarrel with him, he'll let out at us,
and at every blow seven will fall.
After the quarrel, the giant said to the wizard: "I could crush you under my thumb if I wanted
to!

The milk quenched his thirst, and Jack had almost finished drinking it when a tremendous
noise sounded outside.

The milk quenched his thirst, and Jack had almost finished drinking it when a tremendous
noise sounded outside.

The milk quenched his thirst, and Jack had almost finished drinking it when a tremendous
noise sounded outside.

And Americans have ever been a restless, questing, hopeful people.


Don't stop to quirk your little finger and simper over your plate, Amy," cried Jo,

One big mystery is the Great Red Spot a storm almost the size of three Earths that has
raged across the planet for more than 300 years.
If you take the younger fish then they cannot grow up to have baby fish and the population
is decreased quite rapidly.

and the uncomfortable appearance of a girl who was rapidly shooting up into a woman and
didn't like it.
What will we find tomorrow, you rascal?
Kasim realized, with a sinking feeling, that he would have to leave behind some of his
precious burden.

A thief is taking me away!" The ogre woke up suddenly, was disorientated for a couple of
seconds, but realized what was happening.

Although he was frustrated by Carver's management and administrative shortcomings,
Washington realized that Carver was a great teacher.

At an early age, he realized that his ability to read was the key to freedom.


But up there in the clouds someone else had heard the harp's beautiful song, and Jack
soon realized with terror that the thick beanstalk was shaking under a very heavy weight.

The immigrants quickly realized that in order to prosper as an independent country, they
would have to establish some governing principles.

With the first spoonful against his lips, Dennis realized how silly he was being.

Some slaveholders emancipated their slaves in the years after the Revolution because they
realized it was wrong.


Brad realized he had dropped his flashlight.




Don't worry, everything is all right, Aladdin reassured her,


Data about the oceans from studies at the lab are being used for many purposes, including
monitoring the recent ocean storms, mapping currents, and locating whale habitats.

Experts believe this early warning system has helped reduce the number of deaths from
ocean storms in recent years.
In recent elections, the Electoral College has voted presidents into office by extremely slim
margins, as in the case of John Kennedy versus Richard Nixon.

The Travel Industry Association of America completed a recent study.

The music, dance, and humor of recent immigrants found a place in vaudeville, the venue
for popular amusement.


While the two were reclining in their chamber,


Prominent abolitionist William Lloyd Garrison recognized his oratory skill and hired him as a
speaker for the Massachusetts Anti-Slavery Society.
For example, Native American people have long recognized and celebrated in story and
song the way the earth and all its creatures depend on one another.

Tuskegee also recognized the moral and spiritual value of religious worship.


to whom all this was so far from being tiresome that she quite forgot what her godmother
had recommended to her;

The National Park Service is working to identify resources and recommend methods to
protect, preserve, and study the nature and culture of the region.

I am helping to lay up food for the winter, said the Ant, "and recommend you to do the
same."


Later, through his periodical titled the Douglass Monthly, he recruited black Union soldiers
for the African-American Fifty-Fourth Volunteers.

My country to redeem,

Organizers proposed the event as a way to help reduce the spread of heart disease.

Experts believe this early warning system has helped reduce the number of deaths from
ocean storms in recent years.
Roughly clothed, and living in the simplest way, the girls regretted unceasingly the luxuries
and amusements of their former life;
A well regulated militia, being necessary to the security of a free state, the right of the
people to keep and bear arms, shall not be infringed.
Student life was regulated and controlled by separating activities and training for men and
women.

Then, doves were released into the air as a symbol of peace.



The moth knew what it was like to be trapped, so she took pity on Tom Thumb and
released him.

Their feet, however, became so smeared with the honey that they could not use their
wings, nor release themselves, and were suffocated.
Plants in our environment also release water vapor into the atmosphere.


Jon let out a big sigh of relief as he watched Mrs


the first days of Roosevelt's administration saw the passage of banking reform laws,
emergency relief programs, work relief programs, and agricultural programs.
Johnny Chuck gave a sigh of relief, for he wasn't afraid of Reddy and now he felt safe.



Humans are part of the biosphere and rely on it for food and energy.


Also, turning her head, she found that she could see the boy beside her, who had until now
remained as still and silent as she herself.



Qualifications for presidential candidates have remained the same since the year
Washington accepted the presidency.

most of those who remained at home dedicated themselves to supporting the war effort in
whatever means was available to them.
So the little tailor was and remained a king all the days of his life.

The messenger remained standing by the sleeper, and waited till he stretched his limbs
and opened his eyes, when he tendered his proposal.
A few days after, when the Ant passed that way again, nothing but the shell remained.


Everything was arranged, and now it only remained to carry out the doctor's orders.



Marcus laughed but Anen, knowing better, remained silent.



That remarkable Man with a nose.



A remarkable variety of insects inhabits this planet.


An innovator and idealist, he had a remarkable understanding of the natural world.


I can't see that it's wrong, remarked Jim, in his gruff tones.




The boy nodded. Eureka's a funny name for a cat," he remarked.
Then I can murder them all. "That merchant has sold you some fine carpets very cheaply,"
remarked Ali Baba to his son.

We've got to come to the bottom some time, remarked Zeb, with a deep sigh.




For example, the Works Progress Administration was known as the W P A, while the
Civilian Conservation Corps was known as the C C C. Many people remarked that the New
Deal programs reminded them of alphabet soup.
The first Europeans in the Delta, arriving in the 1500s, paid little attention to the mysterious
earthworks, by now mostly abandoned remnants of another time.

The remnants of the Union force fell back to Cemetery Hill and Culp's Hill, south of town.


Roderigo rent his chains asunder manfully, and Hugo died in agonies of remorse and
arsenic, with a wild, "Ha Ha!"
And so today, we pledge an end to the era of deadlock and drift a new season of American
renewal has begun.

My fellow Americans, you, too, must play your part in our renewal.


Our democracy must be not only the envy of the world but the engine of our own renewal.


Today we celebrate the mystery of American renewal.


George Washington Carver rose from slavery to become a renowned educator, scientist,
artist, and humanitarian.

They are formed over millions of years and once depleted will take millions of years to
replenish.

They can continuously replenish themselves if not interfered with and inhibited from doing
so.

In fact, the founding fathers thought that the use of electors would give our country a
representative president, while avoiding a corruptible national election.

No person shall be a Representative who shall not have attained to the age of twenty-five
years, and been seven years a citizen of the United States...

Over time, there were some citizens who did not feel they were being equally represented
by the new government.

Marshall began his law career in Baltimore and represented the poor and the weak in legal
matters.
How did they determine who was a citizen and therefore had the right to represent others in
this new government?

When he returned home, his mother was furious and reprimanded him sternly.


But the father rejoiced, for his conscience had reproached him for leaving his children
behind by themselves.
Despite great courage, the attack (sometimes called Pickett's Charge or Longstreet's
assault) was repulsed with heavy losses.

Ewell's men seized part of Culp's Hill, but elsewhere they were repulsed.


Units of the Union and the Confederate armies met near Gettysburg on June 30th, and
each quickly requested reinforcements.

Columbus requested support from many people to help him travel the seas.


Michtom requested permission from the President to call them Teddy Bears.


When Kasim's wife heard this strange request, her curiosity was aroused.


Dennis repeated his request, then losing his temper, picked up a stick and began to beat
the statue about the head, which broke off and rolled to the ground.
Finally, Queen Isabella and King Ferdinand of Spain granted his request, and gave him
three ships for his voyage.

The names of storms that have caused extremely severe damage may be retired at the
request of the country that was affected.
Venus consented to her request and transformed her into a beautiful damsel, so that the
youth saw her and loved her, and took her home as his bride.

Blacks were required to board the bus at the front, buy their tickets,


Even if they were sitting in the black section, they were still required to give their seats up to
white passengers if the white section was full.

He picked up the lamp, rubbed it harder than ever and told the genie what he required.


Excessive bail shall not be required, nor excessive fines imposed, nor cruel and unusual
punishments inflicted.
Players are required to wear protective equipment to help keep the body safe during the
game.
Alabama law required African-American people to give their seats to white people when the
bus was full.

The Tuskegee doctrine of work required a healthy body.


For example, to produce the electricity to light your home requires burning barrels of oil.


Assembling a quilt requires some thinking ahead.


Although kelp resembles a kind of weed or tree, it is quite different from plants that grow on
land.


It resembles that instrument in shape, but it's bigger and has a wider range of notes.


These dense patches are called kelp forests because they resemble a forest of trees.



But the other officers resented the success of the little tailor, and wished him a thousand
miles away.
Called the "International Style," Haines's form of skating eventually overcame resistance in
the U.S., and on March 20, 1914, the first national figure skating championships in the
"International Style" were held at New Haven, Connecticut.
A Lion, unable from old age and infirmities to provide himself with food by force, resolved to
do so by artifice.
Once upon a time a Wolf resolved to disguise his appearance in order to secure food more
easily.
many found it hard to understand why the depression had occurred and why it could not be
resolved.
while she resolved in her quiet little soul to be all that Father hoped to find her when the
year brought round the happy coming home.
There'll soon be an end of us." So they resolved to go in a body to the King, and all to send
in their papers.
Though he knew it would take some hours to get through the forest, he was so anxious to
be at his journey's end that he resolved to go on;
and occasionally looking back and shaking his head and threatening what he would do to
Tom the "next time he caught him out." To which Tom responded with jeers, and started
off in high feather,
Washington directed his faculty to "take their teaching into the community." Carver
responded by designing a "movable school" that students built.

Jane Addams's reputation gradually was restored during the last years of her life.
In his early twenties Frank suffered a heart attack, but resumed managing and writing when
he was well again.



And if I get beat, and cannot retreat,



All that he had left was a little house in a desolate place at least a hundred leagues from
the town in which he had lived, and to this he was forced to retreat with his children, who
were in despair at the idea of leading such a different life.
Sandy have you been retrieving things again?


I'll stop herding you, if you'll stop retrieving me.

If I stop herding you and you stop retrieving me, what will we do?

The King comforted her, and said, "leave your bedroom door open tonight, my servants
shall stand outside, and when your husband is fast asleep they shall enter, bind him fast,
and carry him on to a ship, which shall sail away out into the wide ocean." The Queen was
well satisfied with the idea, but the armor-bearer, who had overheard everything, being
much attached to his young master, went straight to him and revealed the whole plot.

The Young People's Concerts revealed Bernstein's mastery of both music education and
television.


At dead of night the wicked band arrived to take revenge, but at the sight of all the red
crosses, they stopped in their tracks.

The leader of the robber band, however, had recovered from his shock and was eager for
revenge.

The wizard hurried away, but from a safe distance, he hurled his terrible revenge.


Perched at an angle, with its spiny forelegs raised in a prayerlike pose, the mantis sits rigid
and still until an insect comes too near and is suddenly captured and devoured.

Unlike today's competitors, skaters who participated in ice skating championships in the
mid-1800s had a small number of moves, and did them in a stiff and rigid style.

It also warns against activities known to increase a person's risk of heart attack or stroke.

It says physical exercise helps to decrease the risk of obesity and keeps a child healthy.

Such children greatly increase their risk of becoming obese.

They also increase their risk of developing heart disease or other disorders.
Today, the legacy of the moundbuilders is at risk.


A bugler will step up and play "Taps." After this Veterans Day ritual, ceremonies will
continue in the amphitheater with speakers and tributes.

By the end of the decade, watching Saturday morning cartoons became a ritual in many
homes.

Is the TV part of your Saturday morning ritual?


hundreds of thousands of the unemployed roamed the country on foot and in boxcars in
futile search of jobs.
Bands of mischief-makers roamed city streets and country roads blowing horns and
vandalizing both residences and businesses.

Jack is thought to have roamed the earth looking for a place to rest.


One day, as Thumbelina roamed helplessly over the bare meadows, she met a large spider
who promised to help her.

At that time, spice merchants were looking for a new route to Asia.


Swing on the corner in a waltz promenade." A caller might also come up with new dance
steps and routines.

I detest rude, unladylike girls!

How rude!" Jen and Jon took a good look.
It is rude to point." The snake came close.
Pat said, "Do not act rude!" So Pat ate a bite of Rob's cake.
Rob said, "Now you are rude!" "Let's make a rule.
That is rude!
but the youngest, who was not so rude and uncivil as the eldest, called her Cinderella.


He thought it might ruin his Christmas.

And I thank the millions of men and women whose steadfastness and sacrifice triumphed
over Depression, fascism and Communism.

But it can be done, and done fairly, not choosing sacrifice for its own sake, but for our own
sake.

it will require sacrifice.
She was half sorry her sagacity had miscarried, and half glad that Tom had stumbled into
obedient conduct for once.

The King was pleased beyond measure at the sights, but his greed for gold was still not
satisfied.
who keeps you trotting, is never satisfied, and worries you till you're ready to fly out the
window or cry?"
The King comforted her, and said, "leave your bedroom door open tonight, my servants
shall stand outside, and when your husband is fast asleep they shall enter, bind him fast,
and carry him on to a ship, which shall sail away out into the wide ocean." The Queen was
well satisfied with the idea, but the armor-bearer, who had overheard everything, being
much attached to his young master, went straight to him and revealed the whole plot.

SCENT




SCENT




Smell the fresh scent

He followed the scent to the back porch.


His nose caught a new scent - bones and bird mixed together.


In the driveway he caught the scent of cat!


As Sandy learned the rules, his people scolded less and patted more.



People go to the bathroom indoors, Sandy, Bill scolded.



As Sandy learned the rules, his people scolded less and patted more.


Each day something new turned up and each day Becky and Bill scolded.


People go to the bathroom indoors, Sandy, Bill scolded.
When he carried home lots of newspapers, she scolded.


A pair of magpies scolded from an aspen tree.


Getting up, the seat of his trousers soaked with sticky egg yolk, Dennis said to himself,
"Mum will give me such a scolding.
Nevertheless, when he thought of all the mess he had made, he began to fear a scolding
and maybe punishment too.
Sandy didn't like the scolding sound of her voice.


Sandy got tired of the scolding and he got tired of the cat.


They were laughing, not scolding.


To die in your debt I would scorn."



She employed her in the meanest work of the house: she scoured the dishes and tables,
and scrubbed madam's chamber, and those of misses, her daughters;


He monitored the quality of instruction, inspected campus grounds and buildings, and
scrutinized students.

So the old Fox hid behind the woodpile, and as soon as she bent down to get a stick, into
the house he slipped, and scurried behind the door.

He searched Aunt Polly's face, but it told him nothing.


and no warrants shall issue, but upon probable cause, supported by oath or affirmation,
and particularly describing the place to be searched, and the persons or things to be
seized.
How he happened to find it, nobody knows, for a great many people have searched in vain,
and have never even been able to discover that the rainbow has any ends at all.



Ted wiped his eyes and searched for clues.


but I couldn't find a richer wife if I were to search the whole world over.
hundreds of thousands of the unemployed roamed the country on foot and in boxcars in
futile search of jobs.
In the woodlands, the early spring bumblebees drone loudly as they search for a site to
build a nest.

He hadn't to search long, for the unicorn soon passed by, and, on perceiving the tailor,
dashed straight at him as though it were going to spike him on the spot.
When he reached the wood and found all of his money gone, he hurried back to search for
it, but something strange had happened.



They sat down and began to dig and search for more clues.



and the hunters who desired to carry him alive to the King, tied him to a tree while they
went in search of a wagon to carry him on.

An Ant nimbly running about in the sunshine in search of food came across a Chrysalis that
was very near its time of change.

Once upon a time a Wolf resolved to disguise his appearance in order to secure food more
easily.
the gate was closed, and the entrance made thoroughly secure.

The right of the people to be secure in their persons, houses, papers, and effects, against
unreasonable searches and seizures, shall not be violated,
He must indeed be a mighty man of valor." They went and told the King about him, and
said what a weighty and useful man he'd be in time of war, and that it would be well to
secure him at any price.
We play hide and go seek.


Harm seek, harm find.

Last week they played hide and seek.

Many settlers came here to seek fortune and opportunity in a country with seemingly
limitless natural resources.

People who came to the United States from other countries tended to seek out others like
themselves.


Russians, Italians, Germans, and many others also arrived to seek gold.



The discovery of gold in 1848 in what is now the state of California encouraged people from
many parts of the world and the United States to come to the region to seek their fortune.
If you cut your fingers with a chisel do not come to me, seek out a surgeon.



When she got home she ran to seek out her godmother, and, after having thanked her,


Ewell's men seized part of Culp's Hill, but elsewhere they were repulsed.


Then, in a passion, he seized the left foot with both hands and tore himself in two.
and no warrants shall issue, but upon probable cause, supported by oath or affirmation,
and particularly describing the place to be searched, and the persons or things to be
seized.
The giant, after dragging the heavy weight for some time, could get on no further, and
shouted out, "hey, I must let the tree fall." The tailor sprang nimbly down, seized the tree
with both hands as if he had carried it the whole way, and said to the giant, "fancy a big lout
like you not being able to carry a tree!"
There was a slight noise behind her and she turned just in time to seize a small boy by the
slack of his roundabout and arrest his flight.

While America rebuilds at home, we will not shrink from the challenges, nor fail to seize the
opportunities, of this new world.

Nobody but a real princess could be as sensitive as that.


Ants engage in many curious activities that you can easily watch: foraging and following
trails to food sources, tapping with their sensitive antennae to communicate with one
another,
And then he wished he had not said it as the Skin Horse might be sensitive.



Obese means severely overweight.

Dennis replied: "A gentleman gave me them in payment for a roll of cloth." "What
gentleman?" said the magistrates severely.
Between 1930 and 1940, the southwestern Great Plains region of the United States
suffered a severe drought.
In all, four hundred thousand people left the Great Plains, victims of the combined action of
severe drought and poor soil conservation practices.
Most waves are less than 4 meters (12 feet) high, but much larger waves can form during
severe storms.

Severe Ocean Storms

The National Hurricane Center in Miami, Florida, keeps watch on severe storms.

The names of storms that have caused extremely severe damage may be retired at the
request of the country that was affected.
Winds in severe ocean storms can reach speeds of more than two hundred fifty kilometers
an hour.
And laid on his blows most severe.



Cesar Chavez is best known for his efforts to gain better working conditions for the
thousands of workers who labored on farms for low wages and under severe conditions.


The more Tom stared at the splendid marvel, the higher he turned up his nose at his finery
and the shabbier and shabbier his own outfit seemed to him to grow.

He was so happy that he never noticed that his beautiful velveteen fur was getting shabbier
and shabbier, and his tail becoming unsewn,


Well, by sheer chance, the spy had a hole in the sole of his boot and he went into the
cobblers.

Some immigrants arrived for the sheer adventure of exploration.


Although he was frustrated by Carver's management and administrative shortcomings,
Washington realized that Carver was a great teacher.

The scary_figure shoved the box at Kids_name.


but was chosen because she was small enough to be borne out shrieking by the villain of
the piece.
Reddy Fox gave a yelp, a shrill little yelp of pain, and suddenly began to go lame.



Gradually, the land was laid bare, and significant environmental damage began to occur.

The 1965 Voting Rights Act created a significant change in the status of African Americans
throughout the South.

Scientists group all animals according to the similarities in their body plan.


We can learn to recognize all these different groups by the similarities in their body plans.


What similarities do you see?
The ecosystem depends so heavily on a balanced environment that whenever humans
introduce something new to a situation no one knows what effects it may have.

It really was an alarming situation: there were nearly six inches of wine all over the floor and
in it floated corks, bottles and bits of wood.
He wanted to improve the situation...



In her situation, would you have done what Rosa Parks did?


What was it about Leonard Bernstein that made him do so well in such a difficult situation?



There was a slight noise behind her and she turned just in time to seize a small boy by the
slack of his roundabout and arrest his flight.

One emperor used to run through the streets with a drawn sword, slaying everyone that
was so unfortunate as to come in his way.
A regular snow maiden, with blue eyes, and yellow hair curling on her shoulders, pale and
slender, and always carrying herself like a young lady mindful of her manners.
It had slender green leaves the colour of emeralds, and in the centre of the leaves a
blossom like a golden cup.


They broke above a dozen laces in trying to be laced up close, that they might have a fine
slender shape, and they were continually at their looking-glass.

And off he slithered into the grass, realizing with surprise that his wish had come true.


Bring a bag, It's raining dry figs and sultanas!" His mother slumped into a chair and said
sorrowfully: "What can I do with a boy like him?" Now, since Dennis went about telling folk
he had a lot of gold coins, the magistrates sent for him.
However, not all citizens were caught up in the social eruptions.

In the long run, New Deal programs set a precedent for the federal government to play a
key role in the economic and social affairs of the nation.
This prosperity also allowed the development of elaborate social customs, religious ideas,
and governmental structures.

it included union protection programs, the Social Security Act, and programs to aid tenant
farmers and migrant workers.
Ants, like bees, hornets and wasps, are social insects and live together in colonies in many-
chambered nests.

Douglass then turned his attention to the full integration of the African-American into the
political and social life of the United States.
He was abolitionist, human rights and women's rights activist, orator, author, journalist,
publisher, and social reformer.

It broke down social and racial barriers for Carver and was the inspiration for his research
and teaching.

Many tribes came together to hold extensive political and social ceremonies that involved a
wide range of events and ideas.

The Dawes Act of 1887 was passed to help assimilate native American tribes into the
social and domestic customs of white America,

Critics of home-schooling say children need to attend school to help them learn social
skills.

Her commitment to improving the lives of those around her led to her work for social reform
and world peace.


Hull House gave them an opportunity to use their education and it provided a training
ground for careers in social work.


The Oaks was Washington's command center and Tuskegee Institute's social center.


Washington's controversial Atlanta Exposition speech in 1895 appeared to support
separate development as a "necessary condition for economic cooperation between the
races." He said, "In all things that are purely social we can be as separate as the fingers,
yet as one hand in all things essential to mutual progress." The speech brought him fame
as well as criticism.
Washington traveled extensively to solicit funds.


and their sophisticated culture would not have been possible if it weren't for what they
called the Three Sisters corn, beans, and squash.

Some tools and methods are very sophisticated while others are simple and
uncomplicated.


Pollution comes from many sources.


long necks (for reaching food sources)


Ants engage in many curious activities that you can easily watch: foraging and following
trails to food sources, tapping with their sensitive antennae to communicate with one
another,
Southerners were outraged that escaping slaves received assistance from so many
sources and that they lived and worked in the North and Canada.

Some, such as mercury, which is spewed out by coal burning power plants, fall from the air.


But in spite of her, Tom knew where the wind lay, now.


You said the other day you thought we were a deal happier than the King children, for they
were fighting and fretting all the time, in spite of their money.
In spite of his weariness, the howling of the wolves kept him awake, and, even when, at
last, the day broke he was not much better off,
I'm a splendid worker.


The Sultan pondered for a moment, then allowing greed to get the better of him, he told
Aladdin to build a great, splendid palace for Halima.

The more Tom stared at the splendid marvel, the higher he turned up his nose at his finery
and the shabbier and shabbier his own outfit seemed to him to grow.

This smartly dressed dark-eyed man with a trim black beard and a splendid sapphire in his
turban, asked Aladdin an unusual question: "Come here, boy," he ordered.

This splendid group of colored suns sent rays darting in every direction,


I don't see how you can write and act such splendid things, Jo. |Little Women, Part 7|New
Story Fall 2000 Little Women, Part 7
I think it was so splendid in Father to go as chaplain when he was too old to be drafted, and
not strong enough for a soldier, said Meg warmly.
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She was not elegantly dressed, but a noble-looking woman, and the girls thought the gray
cloak and unfashionable bonnet covered the most splendid mother in the world.
But now all Reddy could think of was what a splendid chance he had to show all the little
meadow and forest people what a bold, smart fellow he was.


He wears a splendid black fur coat, but he's dreadfully shortsighted.

It was a splendid bunny, all white plush with real glass eyes, but the Boy was too excited to
care very much about it.


Their house caught fire and was speedily burnt to the ground, with all the splendid furniture,
the books, pictures, gold, silver, and precious goods it contained;
There was once a velveteen rabbit, and in the beginning he was really splendid.
They had splendid games together, in whispers, when Nana had gone away to her supper
and left the nightlight burning on the mantelpiece.


and they would go out in the garden amongst the flowers and the butterflies and play
splendid games in the raspberry thicket like they used to.


But bye and bye, as she stared ahead into the black chasm with a beating heart, she began
to dimly see the form of the horse Jim-- his head up in the air, his ears erect and his long
legs sprawling in every direction as he tumbled through space.


Christos squinted at the boy.



but is weakened by business failures, stagnant wages, increasing inequality, and deep
divisions among our people.

I used my BRAIN to PAINT the STAIN



She could not contain her disdain for the rain and the stain in the drain.


I-- I don't s-s-see any-thing funny 'bout it! he stammered.


But, but... stammered Sammy.


The boy was startled and his eyes were big.


Startled, Sammy jumped back.


Wherever he went, he found bodies of his subjects hanging from the trees, for they had
chosen suicide rather than death by starvation;
To escape starvation, those that could came to America.


I'm 'most starved to death.




Although few starved, hunger and malnutrition affected many.
The 1965 Voting Rights Act created a significant change in the status of African Americans
throughout the South.

The suffrage movement slowed during World War 1, but women continued to assert their
status as full and independent members of society.

He is a stout fellow, forbear.



Oh, here is my staff both steady and stout; |ROBIN HOOD AND LITTLE JOHN poem, Part
1|New Story Spring 2001 ROBIN HOOD AND LITTLE JOHN poem, Part 1
We will each take hold of one end of a stout stick, and do you take the middle in your
mouth;


He took her to a hollow tree and guarded the door with a stout web.


It strained her brain.


Another reason for their success is the strategy of protective coloration.


The abolitionists (people who wanted to abolish slavery) were divided over strategy and
tactics, but they were very active and very visible.

The happy little Hyacinth strayed,


Frank, as he preferred to be called, had a heart condition and could not participate in
strenuous activities.



Religious societies stressed the moral evil of the trade, and free blacks saw the end of the
slave trade as a first step toward general emancipation.


Polly stumbled and fell down.

She was half sorry her sagacity had miscarried, and half glad that Tom had stumbled into
obedient conduct for once.

Jabbering with excitement and stunned at the sight of such untold wealth, he told himself:
"I'll take some coins.

Of course, Kasim promised, but he quickly told his wife about it and ordered the servants to
saddle ten sturdy mules for next morning.
they were her state pair, the pride of her heart, and were built for "style," not service she
could have seen through a pair of stove-lids just as well.

Although he won the U.S men's championship, his expressive style did not yet catch on in
the U.S.

Although it's not clear who invented the steel guitar style, legend has it that the first person
to develop this technique was Hawaiian schoolboy Joseph Kekuku.

Although popular for years, square dancing seemed to be going out of style and fading
away until the early 1930s, when Henry Ford helped make it popular again.

Around 1915, Hawaiian performers made Hawaiian-style songs very popular.


Called the "International Style," Haines's form of skating eventually overcame resistance in
the U.S., and on March 20, 1914, the first national figure skating championships in the
"International Style" were held at New Haven, Connecticut.
Haines went to Europe in 1865 and became a popular success but died before his style of
skating caught on.

Have you developed your own personal style of skating?


In the 1860s he brought ballet style and techniques to the sport.


People called this Chicago-style jazz.
Unlike today's competitors, skaters who participated in ice skating championships in the
mid-1800s had a small number of moves, and did them in a stiff and rigid style.

The Ellington Orchestra often broadcast live on radio from the Cotton Club, so their unique
style of jazz became familiar to people across the country.

Confederate General Richard Ewell launched his attack in the evening as the fighting at the
other end of the fishhook was subsiding.

Because so many substances dissolve in it, liquid water is almost never found in pure form,
except in laboratories.

It can find small amounts of substances in the water, such as blood and chemicals.
By about 1450 A D, the Mississippian moundbuilding cultures had declined dramatically
maybe because they were too successful.

He also created a popular series of novels for teenage girls called, "Aunt Jane's Nieces,"
but none of these later efforts were as successful as "The Wonderful Wizard of Oz."



Successful candidates must continue to convince the voters that they deserve their
individual votes and garner the critical votes of electors in the Electoral College.
The key to survival is to be a successful predator without becoming a prey.



There are many reasons why insects are so successful at surviving.


Before 1902, the Derby was very popular, but it was not financially successful.


Benny Goodman led one of America's most successful swing bands.
Carnegie was extremely successful in business.


The group also had a successful movie career.


These tactics were usually successful and ended with agreements between the farm
workers and the growers.


Were you successful?



became very successful movies.


By this time, Frank had grown ill again, suffering chest pains and nosebleeds, and the
income from the book allowed him to give up the sales job.



I'm a laying up sin and suffering for us both, I know.


In the short term, New Deal programs helped improve the lives of people suffering from the
events of the depression.
This new interest was a valued novelty in whistling, which he had just acquired from a
friend, and he was suffering to practice it undisturbed.

Suffering great hardship, more than a hundred thousand Japanese Americans were held
captive in the camps.
and she thinks we ought not to spend money for pleasure, when our men are suffering so
in the army.
Irish Americans, especially those who arrived in the U.S in the 1840s, have had to
overcome much suffering.

and individual acts of bravery and suffering in the quest for freedom for all.
Everyone thought soberly for a minute, then Meg announced, as if the idea was suggested
by the sight of her own pretty hands, "I shall give her a nice pair of gloves."
Officials supervise the game and are considered to be very important to the game of
football.

Americans also supported the war effort with their hard-earned dollars by purchasing
Liberty bonds.
Doing laundry, cooking, and selling his paintings supported him again.


Douglass actively supported the women's rights movement, yet he believed black men
should receive suffrage first.

and no warrants shall issue, but upon probable cause, supported by oath or affirmation,
and particularly describing the place to be searched, and the persons or things to be
seized.
As a result, Carnegie supported education;


Both Arbor Day and Bird Day supported planting trees, saving natural resources, and
appreciating nature, but on a smaller scale than Earth Day.

Dedicated to the continued existence of Tuskegee, Washington secretly supported many
black causes for equality.

Many believe that Washington's address laid the ground for state-supported segregation.


The strike that started in 1965 lasted for five years and inspired a nationwide boycott of
California grapes that was supported throughout the country.


Who said, "If you choose to suppose,



Now, my little pilgrims, suppose you begin again, not in play, but in earnest, and see how
far on you can get before Father comes home."
How do you suppose this came about?


I suppose you are real? said the Rabbit.



I suppose you're tickled to death to see me like this, he growled to Peter Rabbit.



Do you suppose... would the fellow who owns this jack mind if I fed him once in a while?
What do you suppose that's for?


After the atomic bomb was dropped on Hiroshima and Nagasaki, Japan surrendered on
September second, 1945,
On May 8, 1945, Germany surrendered.

Also, penguins would probably not survive in the Northern Hemisphere.



An adaptation is a feature that an animal has that allows it to survive in its environment.


Because each individual cannot live forever, living organisms must be able to reproduce
themselves, to make new versions of themselves that will survive after the older organism
has died.
For example, a whale with a thicker blubber layer will survive cold northern waters better
than a whale with less blubber.

Goats with horns seem to survive better in the heat than goats without horns.

In fact, entirely different species can have the same type of adaptation to survive in similar
environments.

The whale with the thicker blubber layer will survive to pass on this trait to its offspring,
which will in turn pass the same trait on to its offspring.

and occasionally environmental changes take place so that they no longer can survive.


Insects can survive on a wide range of natural and artificial foods paint, pepper, glue,
books, grain, cotton, other insects, plants and animals.

Insects have survived on Earth for more than 300 million years, and may possess the
ability to survive for millions more.

Carnegie's mother taught him that he needed to put his own needs before those of others
in order to survive.

In order to survive, Cesar Chavez and his family became migrant farm workers, traveling
around California to find work.


Goats with horns seem to survive better in the heat than goats without horns.

Many were too downtrodden or busy surviving day to day to get involved in public displays
of discontent.
Over time, those that have the best ways of dealing with the environment are those that
have the best chance of surviving.
There are many reasons why insects are so successful at surviving.


Far below her she found six great glowing balls suspended in the air.


Put out the flame and bring me the lamp!" Surprised and suspicious, for why should the
stranger, out of all such a treasure, want only an old lamp, Aladdin wondered.

...check out a suspicious noise at night...


How do you know? asked Peter, for Peter is very suspicious of Reddy Fox, and has to
watch out for his tricks all the time.


He would have seen that thing that looked like the barrel of a gun sticking out from behind
the old tree toward which he was running, and he would have been very suspicious, very
suspicious indeed.

Now heaven shall bless this jam for my use, cried the little tailor, "and it shall sustain and
strengthen me." He fetched some bread out of a cupboard, cut a slice off the loaf, and
spread the jam on it.
contain, complain, attain, explain, maintain, refrain, retain, remain, obtain, sustain,
entertain, Maine, Spain, Ukraine

In the meantime the smell of the sweet jam rose to the ceiling, where heaps of flies were
sitting, and attracted them to such an extent that they swarmed on to it in masses.

But there was no answer, only the little ants ran to and fro, and the bracken swayed gently
where the two strangers had passed.


A Hare one day ridiculed the short feet and slow pace of the Tortoise, who replied,
laughing: "Though you be swift as the wind, I will beat you in a race." The Hare, believing
her assertion to be simply impossible, assented to the proposal;
Thence blew the ring back swift and straight,


he leaped down, down into the swift water below, and the last Reddy saw of him he was
frantically trying to swim ashore.


The network provided an opportunity for sympathetic white Americans to play a role in
resisting slavery, and brought together men and women of both races.

The secondary importance of the Underground Railroad was that it provided an opportunity
for sympathetic white Americans to help fight slavery.

but disagreed with Brown's violent tactics, dramatically displayed in Brown's raid on
Harper's Ferry in 1859.
The abolitionists (people who wanted to abolish slavery) were divided over strategy and
tactics, but they were very active and very visible.

The nonviolent tactics they used were protest marches, strikes, and boycotts.



These tactics were usually successful and ended with agreements between the farm
workers and the growers.


The Oaks, Washington's home, provided tangible evidence of his success.


Scientists at the laboratory are using several instruments and techniques to study the
surface and how it is changing.

and an architect to share the latest techniques with rural people.


In the 1860s he brought ballet style and techniques to the sport.


They have different body shapes and sizes, coloring, fur length, eye color, tail length, voice,
and temperament.
Everything went back to normal and the happy pair hugged each other tenderly.


And every day, the little girl went to nurse the swallow and tenderly give it food.

You might find some ants tending colonies of aphids like herds of cows on top of meadow
grasses, "milking them" for their sweet honeydew.

Carnegie earned 2 dollars a week tending a steam engine.


He then took a job in a factory tending the steam engine.


Today, state and county fairs tend to have an agricultural flavor.


Currently other fish that often end up on our dinner plate are being over-fished and could
one day be threatened.

The depression threatened people's jobs, savings, and even their homes and farms.

Yet they also have been threatened by human activities.
Today, a generation raised in the shadows of the Cold War assumes new responsibilities in
a world warmed by the sunshine of freedom but threatened still by ancient hatreds and new
plagues.
The school trained former slaves in the trades, industriousness, and thrift.


Tuskegee taught "classroom education...practical knowledge, industry, thrift, and economy,


The big blue planet is our home, where water flows and life thrives.

These crops allowed generations to thrive, feeding a growing population.


It was designed by African-American instructors and built by African-American students, a
tradition that would thrive at Tuskegee.

Hand it over, he began to shout, thrusting out his arm to grab it, but Aladdin cautiously drew
back.

with a shy manner, a timid voice, and a peaceful expression which was seldom disturbed.

Why not come and chat with me, said the Grasshopper, "instead of toiling and moiling in
that way?"


There was thunder and lightning, and the rain poured down in torrents.


Where loud the mountain torrents roar

Many Native American children learn about traditions that people in their families have had
for many generations.


Many Native Americans are trying today to keep their traditions alive.



Some people work extra hard to be sure their traditions are not forgotten.



They travel everywhere teaching others about these traditions.



But mainly, people today honor Irish heritage and its rich culture and traditions.


Many Americans celebrate the traditions of Halloween by dressing in costumes and telling
tales of witches and ghosts.
The modern customs of Halloween are similar to the customs of the Celtic people because
many immigrants came to America and brought their beliefs and traditions with them.

The most famous of these annual festival traditions includes the Boston parade, with its
first parade in 1737;

But every family has their own unique traditions for the holiday as well.


Christmas has so many traditions and symbols associated with it, that it's hard to determine
exactly how it came to be the celebration it is today.

If you celebrate Christmas, what are your traditions on this day?


Modern-day Christmas borrows many of these traditions.


Tom chased the traitor home, and thus found out where he lived.


When she opposed America's involvement in World War 1, however, newspaper editors
called her a traitor and a fool, but she never changed her mind.

Her father called her `Little Miss Tranquility', and the name suited her excellently,

After two years, when they were all beginning to get used to their new life, something
happened to disturb their tranquillity.
Their miserable shack was transformed into a luxurious home.


Venus consented to her request and transformed her into a beautiful damsel, so that the
youth saw her and loved her, and took her home as his bride.

But ticks and some insects, such as mosquitos and fleas, can transmit disease.


Only a few species actually bite humans or transmit disease.


Indeed, it was the lion who gathered together the survivors, and said in a trembling voice:
"This disaster is a punishment for our wicked ways.

Trembling with fear, Ali Baba climbed down the tree.


He was out of breath and trembling with fright, and he had not the least idea which way to
go.
The milk quenched his thirst, and Jack had almost finished drinking it when a tremendous
noise sounded outside.

...it took a tremendous amount of work...


The milk quenched his thirst, and Jack had almost finished drinking it when a tremendous
noise sounded outside.

The milk quenched his thirst, and Jack had almost finished drinking it when a tremendous
noise sounded outside.

It made Bowser the Hound seem very slow, as, with his nose to the ground, he came
racing after Reddy, making a tremendous noise with his great voice.


Just then Drummer the Woodpecker began to make a tremendous noise-- rat-a-tat-tat-tat,
rat-a-tat-tat-tat, rat-a-tat-tat-tat!


This trend can continue until the water becomes saturated with salts.


This trend is due mainly to the abundance of light and nutrients in the coastal zone.



Krazy Kat was just the beginning of the trend toward animal heroes in animated cartoons.


In Great Britain, the Sunday nearest November 11 is set aside as Remembrance Sunday to
pay tribute to veterans and victims of war.

Count the coins, Ali Baba ordered his wife triumphantly, before telling her what had
happened.

When she saw Jack come down and then triumphantly hold up the bag full of gold, she
burst out crying.

At early dawn the giants went off to the wood, and quite forgot about the little tailor, till all of
a sudden they met him trudging along in the most cheerful manner.
But bye and bye, as she stared ahead into the black chasm with a beating heart, she began
to dimly see the form of the horse Jim-- his head up in the air, his ears erect and his long
legs sprawling in every direction as he tumbled through space.


These spires were like great spear-points, and if they tumbled upon one of them they were
likely to suffer serious injury.
I liked the place where the bundles fell off and tumbled downstairs, said Meg.

And tumbled him into the brook.



By fair fighting has tumbled me in."



Until the hound, busy and dizzy, tumbled to the ground.



Shame on you!" And the fate of the donkey was decided unanimously.


As it grew hotter and hotter, the man unfastened his cloak;




An idea tempered by the knowledge that, but for fate, we the fortunate and the unfortunate
might have been each other.

One emperor used to run through the streets with a drawn sword, slaying everyone that
was so unfortunate as to come in his way.
The immense heat and pressure at its surface make this planet completely uninhabitable.

A few internal structures, like the swim bladder, are unique to fish.


Because of their unique characteristics and growth patterns, scientists often use otoliths to
classify fish, as well as determine their age.

Another structure unique to kelp is the air bladder, which looks like a small balloon at the
base of each blade.


But every family has their own unique traditions for the holiday as well.


The Ellington Orchestra often broadcast live on radio from the Cotton Club, so their unique
style of jazz became familiar to people across the country.

His beliefs were universal and didn't conflict with his scientific knowledge.


and ambition for a better life is now universal.
The alluvial soil of its banks yielded an unprecedented amount of beans, squash, and corn
to help build the burgeoning communities of the lower Mississippi valley.

But once the war was over, a new and unprecedented wave of 12 million people landed on
American shores between 1865 and 1920.


When George Washington first took the oath I have just sworn to uphold, news traveled
slowly across the land by horseback and across the ocean by boat.

Give me the lamp, urged the wizard impatiently.


Zeb shook the reins and urged him to go, but Jim was stubborn.




At schools, on farms, and county fairs, Carver urged others to recognize their own
potential, and that of their surroundings.

When they lobbied, they contacted public officials and legislators and urged them to pass
certain laws and take other actions to benefit a community.


In vacant or in pensive mood,

He tried everything he could think of to reach the water, but all his efforts were in vain.

Kasim's wife waited in vain for two days, then in desperation, she ran to Ali Baba and told
him where her husband had gone, asking for help.

Margaret, the eldest of the four, was sixteen, and very pretty, being plump and fair, with
large eyes, plenty of soft brown hair, a sweet mouth, and white hands, of which she was
rather vain.
How he happened to find it, nobody knows, for a great many people have searched in vain,
and have never even been able to discover that the rainbow has any ends at all.



Drummer the Woodpecker Drums in Vain



They whom he employed began to try it upon the princesses, then the duchesses and all
the Court, but in vain;

First, put this wicked wizard in chains and take him far away where he'll never be found
again. The genie grinned with pleasure, nodded his head, and the wizard vanished.
His daughter had disappeared along with the palace, and then his son-in-law had vanished
too.

The trouble vanished out of Tom's face.


The devastation ended when the cat dropped the hen, leapt out of a window and vanished
from sight.
As a result, density varies from place to place.


The speed varies among butterfly species.


Baum's Bazaar sold a variety of things like lamps, toys, and candy.




Frank next took on a variety of jobs - managing a local newspaper, reporting for a
magazine and working as a traveling salesman.



Pollutants enter the marine ecosystem in a variety of ways.


Sea floors have a variety of features including smooth gradual slopes, mountain ranges,
volcanoes, trenches, and sea mounts.

A remarkable variety of insects inhabits this planet.


A variety of species of rockfish feed on other fish and invertebrates near the bottom.



It's the spot where a variety of attached (or nonmoving) invertebrates live: sponges, sea
anemones, sea squirts, and barnacles.


Scientists use a variety of methods and tools to find answers to questions.



Surfperches may feed in a variety of places in the canopy or underneath near the bottom of
the plants.


They worked together with local abolition societies, African-American churches, and a
variety of individuals
Historically it was killed in vast numbers for its blubber and meat.


In front of his bulging eyes lay vast piles of treasure:


Nineteen states in the heartland of the United States became a vast dust bowl.

Sea lions consume vast quantities of fish, and can find plenty of food in all areas of the kelp
forest.


It is a vast bog.


It is a vast, soft van.

Val said, "The van is vast.

When comets venture into the more intense sunlight of the inner solar system, the ices on
the comet nucleus begin to melt and fall away.
My dad takes my sister and me to see it whenever there's a new version.




In the American version of square dancing, four couples form a square and dance to music
from an accordion, banjo, fiddle, and guitar.

So in 1900, Kodak introduced the Brownie camera, a smaller, more portable version.


The current version dates to July 4, 1960, when Hawaii became the 50th state.


The modern day version of the zurna is the oboe, which can be found in any symphony
orchestra.

Aunt Polly was vexed to think she had overlooked that bit of circumstantial evidence, and
missed a trick.

But this only vexed her sisters, who fancied she was blaming them for having asked for
such costly things.
At last the enemy's mother appeared, and called Tom a bad, vicious, vulgar child, and
ordered him away.

Vigilance Committees acted as contact points for runaways and watched out vigilantly for
the rights of northern free blacks.

It's the best we've had yet, said Meg, as the dead villain sat up and rubbed his elbows.
but was chosen because she was small enough to be borne out shrieking by the villain of
the piece.
As she peered through the soft gray light not a house of any sort was visible near the
station, nor was any person in sight;



Most earthworks, because they aren't highly visible, are worn down to unassuming shapes
in the overgrowth along remote fields and tributaries.

These instruments use electromagnetic energy, including visible light wavelengths as well
as microwave energy such as that which powers fast-cooking ovens.

and began to trot down the sandy road which was just visible in the dim light.




The abolitionists (people who wanted to abolish slavery) were divided over strategy and
tactics, but they were very active and very visible.

Not wallowing in the mud at Hallam Lake.


By now, Jack and his mother were very wealthy.


Andrew Carnegie believed in the "Gospel of Wealth," which meant that wealthy people
were morally obligated to give their money back to others in society.

Carnegie believed that the wealthy had an obligation to give back to society, so he donated
much of his fortune to causes like education and peace.

He became a very wealthy man.


He was not born to wealthy parents.


These centers are often called "settlement houses." Born into a wealthy family in 1860,
Addams was one of a small number of women in her generation to graduate from college.


This means that it was only fair for wealthy, fortunate people to help those who are less
fortunate.

He never imagined such wealth could exist.


Jabbering with excitement and stunned at the sight of such untold wealth, he told himself:
"I'll take some coins.
News of Aladdin's sudden fortune and wealth spread like wildfire, until...one day, a strange
merchant stopped beneath the palace window.

But wealth doesn't always bring happiness.


Their wealth consisted solely of a milking cow.


Andrew Carnegie believed in the "Gospel of Wealth," which meant that wealthy people
were morally obligated to give their money back to others in society.

What wealth the show to me had brought;

I do not want WEALTH, but HEALTH, so give me BREAD INSTEAD!


WEALTH


But he knew that his three sons despised the farm work, and were eager to make wealth
fast, through adventure.
But he knew that his three sons despised the farm work, and were eager to make wealth
fast, through adventure.


and, at last, from great wealth, he fell into the direst poverty.

It's late and we're weary.


The scripture says, "And let us not be weary in well-doing, for in due season, we shall reap,
if we faint not."

As winter approached, the immigrants overland came pouring into California, dusty and
worn with their two thousand miles of weary travel across the plains and mountains.
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in American History, The Growing Nation
It was a long weary time, for the Boy was too ill to play, and the little Rabbit found it rather
dull with nothing to do all day long.


But Reddy Fox hung back and begged to go home and whimpered.




Sandy shook wet snow and mud from his coat and whimpered.
Sandy whimpered again, louder.


First, put this wicked wizard in chains and take him far away where he'll never be found
again. The genie grinned with pleasure, nodded his head, and the wizard vanished.

And I for one will admit I've been wicked.


And the wicked man fixed in his mind the exact place and street.


At dead of night the wicked band arrived to take revenge, but at the sight of all the red
crosses, they stopped in their tracks.

Everyone had some wicked deed, serious or otherwise, to confess.


Indeed, it was the lion who gathered together the survivors, and said in a trembling voice:
"This disaster is a punishment for our wicked ways.

Last came the donkey, who said with a mortified air: "I did a very wicked thing too.


Their leader was a grim wicked-looking man.


His wicked will at once consenting


The name Jack came from an Irish man who people thought was so wicked neither heaven
nor the devil wanted him.

In 1866 and 1867, France withdrew its troops from Mexico because many Mexicans did not
like the French being there.

He dug into his bag and withdrew a handful of the balls.



Here!" The cobbler wrenched the cloth from his eyes and found himself in front of Ali
Baba's palace.

The giant looked contemptuously at the tailor, and said, "what a poor wretched little
creature you are!"
she lay up in a sorry garret, upon a wretched straw bed, while her sisters lay in fine rooms,
with floors all inlaid, upon beds of the very newest fashion, and where they had looking-
glasses so large that they might see themselves at their full length from head to foot.

The alluvial soil of its banks yielded an unprecedented amount of beans, squash, and corn
to help build the burgeoning communities of the lower Mississippi valley.
Title                     Directory                   notes

Women Pioneers in         New Story Fall 2000
American History          Women Pioneers in
                          American History
Ancient Architects of     New Story Fall 2000
the Mississippi, Part 1   Ancient Architects of the
                          Mississippi, Part 1



The Dust Bowl             New Story Fall 2000 The
                          Dust Bowl
Thomas Alva Edison’s      New Story Spring 2001 Definition doesn't fit well with the sentence because the
Failed Inventions         Thomas Alva Edison’s object is abstract rather than concrete, e.g. "idea" ……
                          Failed Inventions         Definition: If you abandon someone or something, you
                                                    leave them and never go back.
Ali Baba and the Forty    New Story Fall 2000 Ali
Thieves, Part 2           Baba and the Forty
                          Thieves, Part 2
Ancient Architects of     New Story Fall 2000
the Mississippi, Part 1   Ancient Architects of the
                          Mississippi, Part 1



Little Women, Part 3      New Story Fall 2000
                          Little Women, Part 3
The Great Depression      New Story Fall 2000 The
                          Great Depression


Ancient Architects of     New Story Fall 2000
the Mississippi, Part 2   Ancient Architects of the
                          Mississippi, Part 2


Exploring the Sea         New Story Fall 2000
(Multiple Layers)         Exploring the Sea
                          (Mulitple Layers)
Organisms and Their       New Story Fall 2000
Environment, Part 3,      Organisms and Their
Habitat                   Environment, Part 3,
                          Habitat
Organisms and Their       New Story Fall 2000
Environment, Part 4,      Organisms and Their
Organizing Organisms      Environment, Part 4,
                          Organizing Organisms
Organisms and Their       New Story Fall 2000
Environment, Part 4,      Organisms and Their
Organizing Organisms      Environment, Part 4,
                          Organizing Organisms
Organisms and Their       New Story Fall 2000
Environment, Part 4,      Organisms and Their
Organizing Organisms      Environment, Part 4,
                          Organizing Organisms
Cesar Chavez Part 1,      New Story Spring 2001
Growing Up and Getting Cesar Chavez Part 1,
Started                   Growing Up and Getting
                          Started
Jane Addams Part 2,       New Story Spring 2001
Opportunities at the Hull Jane Addams Part 2,
House                     Opportunities at the Hull
                          House
Leonard Bernstein was New Story Spring 2001
a pioneer in the field of Leonard Bernstein was
music.                    a pioneer in the field of
                          music
Cars                      CMU00-QUAKER-23
                          Cars 152513.454
                          06292001
Sammy's Wish              New Story Fall 2003 -
                          Sammy's Wish from
                          abcteach

The Bill of Rights      New Story Fall 2000 The
                        Bill of Rights
The Mouse, the Frog,    The Mouse the Frog and
and the Hawk            the Hawk
The History of Marbles, copyright William Fricke
Part 1, by William      2004 -- The History of
Fricke                  Marbles Part 1

Beauty and the Beast,    VOCAB BEAUTY AND
part 1                   THE BEAST PART 1

The Adventures of Tom New Story Fall 2000 The
Sawyer, Part 4          Adventures of Tom
                        Sawyer, Part 4
George Washington       New Story Fall 2000
Carver, Part 1          George Washingington
                        Carver, Part 1
The Author of Dorothy CMU99-TEST1 About
and the Wizard in Oz    the author of Dorothy
                        and the Wizard in Oz Fri-
                        Feb-18-14-43-07.110-
                        2000
Starting Young to Build VOA Starting Young to
a Healthy Heart         Build a Healthy Heart
All About Sharks        VOA All About Sharks

All About Sharks         VOA All About Sharks
Insects: Masters of       New Story Fall 2000
Survival, Part 2          Insects Masters of
                          Survival, Part 2
George Washington         New Story Fall 2000
Carver, Part 1            George Washingington
                          Carver, Part 1
Insects: Masters of       New Story Fall 2000
Survival, Part 2          Insects Masters of
                          Survival, Part 2
Insects: Masters of       New Story Fall 2000
Survival, Part 2          Insects Masters of
                          Survival, Part 2
Leonard Bernstein was New Story Spring 2001
a pioneer in the field of Leonard Bernstein was
music.                    a pioneer in the field of
                          music
Jane Addams Part 3,       New Story Spring 2001
The Peacemaker            Jane Addams Part 3,
                          The Peacemaker
Booker T Washington, New Story Fall 2000
Part 2                    Booker T Washington,
                          Part 2
The Kentucky Derby        New Story Fall 2003 -
                          The Kentucky Derby -
                          from abcteach
The Beginning of          CMU00-QUAKER-23
Summer                    The Beginn 153945.561
                          06282001
Life Under the Sea, Part New Story Fall 2000 Life
2                         Under the Sea, Part 2

Life Under the Sea, Part New Story Fall 2000 Life
2                        Under the Sea, Part 2

Life Under the Sea, Part New Story Fall 2000 Life
2                        Under the Sea, Part 2

Buffalo Bill in Show     New Story Spring 2001
Business                 Buffalo Bill in Show
                         Business
Life Under the Sea, Part New Story Fall 2000 Life
4                        Under the Sea, Part 4

The Talkative Tortoise    CMU99-TEST1 The
                          Talkative Tortoise Wed-
                          Jan-12-13-17-11.307-
                          2000
Dopey Dennis, Part 1      New Story Fall 2000
                          Dopey Dennis, Part 1
Cinderella, Or The Little Cinderella Or The Little
Glass Slipper, Part 2     Glass Slipper Part 2
The Adventures of           New Story Fall 2000 The
Aladdin, Part 4             Adventures of Aladdin,
                            Part 4
Ali and the Sultan's        VOCAB ALI AND THE
Saddle                      SULTAN'S SADDLE

The Story of                VOCAB The Story of
Thumbelina, Part 3,         Thumbelina Part 3
Terrible Winter
Leonard Bernstein was   New Story Spring 2001
                        Leonard Bernstein was
a pioneer in the field of
music.                  a pioneer in the field of
                        music
The Right to Vote, Part New Story Fall 2000 The
1                       Right to Vote, Part 1

Hurricane Names       VOA Hurricane Names
The Adventures of Tom New Story Fall 2000 The
Sawyer, Part 5        Adventures of Tom
                      Sawyer, Part 5
The Battle of         New Story Fall 2000 The
Gettysburg            Battle of Gettysburg

The Adventures of Tom New Story Fall 2000 The
Sawyer, Part 4           Adventures of Tom
                         Sawyer, Part 4
Bill Clinton's Inaugural New Story Fall 2000 Bill
Speech, Part 2           Clinton's Inaugural
                         Speech, Part 2
How a Quilt is Made      CMU00-QUAKER-23
                         How a Quil 154506.039
                         06292001
The Baseball Report      New Story Spring 2004 -
                         The Baseball Report
So Many Things To Buy New Story Fall 2003 -
                         So Many Things To Buy

Marny the Moose             CMU99-TEST1 Marny
                            the Moose Tue-Jun-06-
                            09-32-34.578-2000
Booker T Washington,        New Story Fall 2000
Part 1                      Booker T Washington,
                            Part 1
Cameras                     CMU00-QUAKER-23
                            Cameras 151218.320
                            06292001
Stringed Instruments        CMU00-QUAKER-23
                            Stringed I 172017.154
                            06282001
Jane Addams Part 2,       New Story Spring 2001
Opportunities at the Hull Jane Addams Part 2,
House                     Opportunities at the Hull
                          House
The Adventures of         New Story Fall 2000 The
Aladdin, Part 1           Adventures of Aladdin,
                          Part 1
The Brave Little Tailor New Story Fall 2001 The
                          Brave Little Tailor
Cesar Chavez Part 1,      New Story Spring 2001
Growing Up and Getting Cesar Chavez Part 1,
Started                   Growing Up and Getting
                          Started
Who Elects the            New Story Fall 2000
President?                Who Elects the
                          President


Ali Baba and the Forty  New Story Fall 2000 Ali
Thieves, Part 1         Baba and the Forty
                        Thieves, Part 1
Ancient Architects of   New Story Fall 2000
the Mississippi, Part 1 Ancient Architects of the
                        Mississippi, Part 1
Jack and the Beanstalk, New Story Fall 2000
Part 1                  Jack and the Beanstalk,
                        Part 1
Insects: Masters of     New Story Fall 2000
Survival, Part 1        Insects Masters of
                        Survival, Part 1
The Adventures of Tom New Story Spring 2001
Thumb                   The Adventures of Tom
                        Thumb
Dorothy and the Wizard CMU99-TEST1 Dorothy
in Oz, part 7           and the Wizard in Oz,
                        part 7 Thu-Feb-17-23-56-
                        43.585-2000

The Underground         New Story Fall 2000 The
Railroad, Introduction  Underground Railroad,
                        Introduction
CRUDE BLUE FLUTE! NEW SOUND STORY -
                        The Sound of the U in
                        Flute, Rude, and Yule.
                        Wed-Jun-14-17-37-
                        12.374-2000
Beauty And The Beast, Beauty And The Beast,
Part 2                  Part 2
Ancient Architects of   New Story Fall 2000
the Mississippi, Part 1 Ancient Architects of the
                        Mississippi, Part 1
Ancient Architects of      New Story Fall 2000
the Mississippi, Part 2    Ancient Architects of the
                           Mississippi, Part 2
Ancient Architects of      New Story Fall 2000
the Mississippi, Part 3    Ancient Architects of the
                           Mississippi, Part 3
The Adventures of          New Story Fall 2000 The
Aladdin, Part 4            Adventures of Aladdin,
                           Part 4
Football                   New Story Fall 2003 -
                           Football - from abcteach

Bill Clinton's InauguralNew Story Fall 2000 Bill
Speech, Part 1          Clinton's Inaugural
                        Speech, Part 1
County and State Fairs CMU00-QUAKER-23
                        County and 153246.646
                        06292001
History of Halloween    New Story Fall 2003 -
                        History of Halloween -
                        from abcteach
The History of Marbles, copyright William Fricke
Part 1, by William      2004 -- The History of
Fricke                  Marbles Part 1

Sammy's Wish               New Story Fall 2003 -
                           Sammy's Wish from
                           abcteach
The First Olympic          New Story Fall 2003 -
Games                      The First Olympic
                           Games - from abcteach

Ali Baba and the Forty     New Story Fall 2000 Ali
Thieves, Part 2            Baba and the Forty
                           Thieves, Part 2
Dopey Dennis, Part 1       New Story Fall 2000
                           Dopey Dennis, Part 1

The Battle of              New Story Fall 2000 The
Gettysburg                 Battle of Gettysburg

Dorothy and the Wizard CMU99-TEST1 Dorothy
in Oz, part 3          and the Wizard in Oz,
                       part 3
The Adventures of      CMU99-TEST1 The
Reddy Fox, part 6      Adventures of Reddy
                       Fox, part 6 Wed-Feb-16-
                       10-24-48.494-2000
Beauty and the Beast, Beauty And The Beast,
Part 3                 Part 3
Buffalo Bill in Show  New Story Spring 2001
Business              Buffalo Bill in Show
                      Business
The Adventures of Tom New Story Fall 2000 The
Sawyer, Part 6        Adventures of Tom
                      Sawyer, Part 6
The Adventures of     New Story Fall 2000 The
Aladdin, Part 3       Adventures of Aladdin,
                      Part 3
The Adventures of Tom New Story Fall 2000 The
Sawyer, Part 6        Adventures of Tom
                      Sawyer, Part 6
The Adventures of     New Story Fall 2000 The
Aladdin, Part 2       Adventures of Aladdin,
                      Part 2
Rumpelstiltzkin.      Rumpelstiltzkin
Fanny's Telephone     CMU99-TEST1 Fanny's
Order                 Telephone Order Tue-
                      Jun-06-16-08-34.045-
                      2000
Rumpelstiltzkin.      Rumpelstiltzkin
Little Women, Part 4  New Story Fall 2000
                      Little Women, Part 4
Booker T Washington, New Story Fall 2000
Part 2                Booker T Washington,
                      Part 2


Spring Thaw by          copyright Katherine
Katherine Ayres         Ayres 2004 -- Spring
                        Thaw
Spring Thaw by          copyright Katherine
Katherine Ayres         Ayres 2004 -- Spring
                        Thaw
The History of Marbles, copyright William Fricke
Part 1, by William      2004 -- The History of
Fricke                  Marbles Part 1

The Hare and the        The Hare and the
Tortoise                Tortoise
The Life of Frederick   New Story Fall 2000 The
Douglass                Life of Frederick
                        Douglass
The Life of Frederick   New Story Fall 2000 The
Douglass                Life of Frederick
                        Douglass
The Life of Frederick   New Story Fall 2000 The
Douglass                Life of Frederick
                        Douglass
The Life of Frederick   New Story Fall 2000 The
Douglass                Life of Frederick
                        Douglass
Booker T Washington,      New Story Fall 2000
Part 1                    Booker T Washington,
                          Part 1
Leonard Bernstein was New Story Spring 2001
a pioneer in the field of Leonard Bernstein was
music.                    a pioneer in the field of
                          music
Thurgood Marshall         New Story Fall 2003 -
                          Thurgood Marshall -
                          from abcteach
Thurgood Marshall         New Story Fall 2003 -
                          Thurgood Marshall -
                          from abcteach
Americans Celebrate       CMU00-QUAKER-23
Halloween                 Americans 180631.994
                          06282001
George Washington         New Story Fall 2000
Carver, Part 1            George Washingington
                          Carver, Part 1
The Life of Frederick     New Story Fall 2000 The
Douglass                  Life of Frederick
                          Douglass




The Doe and the Lion      The Doe and the Lion

The Brave Little Tailor New Story Fall 2001 The
                        Brave Little Tailor
Why Do Dogs Chase       CMU99-TEST1 Why do
Cats?                   dogs chase cats Wed-
                        Feb-16-12-19-47.214-
                        2000
Women Pioneers in       New Story Fall 2000
American History        Women Pioneers in
                        American History
Dorothy and the Wizard CMU99-TEST1 Dorothy
in Oz, part 6           and the Wizard in Oz,
                        part 6
Ancient Architects of   New Story Fall 2000
the Mississippi, Part 3 Ancient Architects of the
                        Mississippi, Part 3
George Washington       New Story Fall 2000
Carver, Part 1          George Washingington
                        Carver, Part 1
Little Women, Part 8    New Story Fall 2000
                        Little Women, Part 8
Percussion Instruments CMU00-QUAKER-23
                        Percussion 171054.155
                        06282001
Buffalo Bill Cody,      New Story Spring 2001
Introduction            Buffalo Bill Cody,
                        Introduction
The Velveteen Rabbit    CLONE The Velveteen
by Marjorie Williams    Rabbit by Marjorie
Part 3                  Williams Part 3
                        133307.000 07062000
Buffalo Bill Cody,      New Story Spring 2001
Introduction            Buffalo Bill Cody,
                        Introduction
Immigration in          New Story Spring 2001
American History, The   Immigration in American
Great Surge             History, The Great
                        Surge
Immigration in          New Story Spring 2001
American History, The   Immigration in American
Great Surge             History, The Great
                        Surge
Immigration in          New Story Spring 2001
American History, The   Immigration in American
Great Surge             History, The Great
                        Surge
A Winter Day for        New Story Fall 2003 - A
Wanda                   Winter Day for Wanda

Sammy Snake, Who        New Story Spring 2001
Went to the Lake        Sammy Snake, Who
                        Went to the Lake
Booker T Washington,    New Story Fall 2000
Part 1                  Booker T Washington,
                        Part 1
The Ant and the         CLONE The Ant and the
Chrysalis               Chrysalis Wed-Jun-28-
                        18-23-27.562-2000
Booker T Washington,    New Story Fall 2000
Part 1                  Booker T Washington,
                        Part 1
The Father and His      The Father And His
Sons                    Sons
Entertainment During    New Story Fall 2000
America's Great         Entertainment During
Depression              America's Great
                        Depression
The Underground         New Story Fall 2000 The
Railroad, Operation     Underground Railroad,
                        Operation
The Underground         New Story Fall 2000 The
Railroad, Early         Underground Railroad,
Antislavery             Early Antislavery
The Underground          New Story Fall 2000 The
Railroad, Introduction   Underground Railroad,
                         Introduction
Rumpelstiltzkin.         Rumpelstiltzkin

The Adventures of       New Story Fall 2000 The
Aladdin, Part 4         Adventures of Aladdin,
                        Part 4
The Adventures of       New Story Fall 2000 The
Aladdin, Part 2         Adventures of Aladdin,
                        Part 2
Ali Baba and the Forty New Story Fall 2000 Ali
Thieves, Part 1         Baba and the Forty
                        Thieves, Part 1
The Adventures of Tom New Story Fall 2000 The
Sawyer, Part 4          Adventures of Tom
                        Sawyer, Part 4
Exploring the Sea (The New Story Fall 2000
Ocean Floor)            Exploring the Sea (The
                        Ocean Floor)
Organisms and Their     New Story Fall 2000
Environment, Part 2,    Organisms and Their
Kelp Forest             Environment, Part 2,
                        Kelp Forest
Organisms and Their     New Story Fall 2000
Environment, Part 3,    Organisms and Their
Habitat                 Environment, Part 3,
                        Habitat
Organisms and Their     New Story Fall 2000
Environment, Part 3,    Organisms and Their
Habitat                 Environment, Part 3,
                        Habitat
Butterflies             New Story Fall 2003 -
                        Butterflies - from
                        abcteach
The Brave Little Tailor New Story Fall 2001 The
                        Brave Little Tailor




What Does Immigration New Story Fall 2000
Mean?                 What Does Immigration
                      Mean
What Does Immigration New Story Fall 2000
Mean?                 What Does Immigration
                      Mean
The Battle of         New Story Fall 2000 The
Gettysburg            Battle of Gettysburg
The Brave Little Tailor   New Story Fall 2001 The
                          Brave Little Tailor

George Washington        New Story Fall 2000
Carver, Part 1           George Washingington
                         Carver, Part 1
Booker T Washington, New Story Fall 2000
Part 1                   Booker T Washington,
                         Part 1
The First Earth Day      CMU00-QUAKER-23
                         The First 145336.366
                         06292001
Cesar Chavez Part 2,     New Story Spring 2001
Making a Better Life for Cesar Chavez Part 2,
Farmers                  Making a Better Life for
                         Farmers
Cesar Chavez Part 1,     New Story Spring 2001
Growing Up and Getting Cesar Chavez Part 1,
Started                  Growing Up and Getting
                         Started
Thurgood Marshall        New Story Fall 2003 -
                         Thurgood Marshall -
                         from abcteach
Booker T Washington, New Story Fall 2000
Part 1                   Booker T Washington,
                         Part 1
Booker T Washington, New Story Fall 2000
Part 2                   Booker T Washington,
                         Part 2
The Flies and the        The Flies and the Honey-
Honey-Pot                Pot
The Brave Little Tailor New Story Fall 2001 The
                         Brave Little Tailor

The Adventures of Tom New Story Spring 2001
Thumb                 The Adventures of Tom
                      Thumb
The Ant and the       CLONE The Ant and the
Chrysalis             Chrysalis Wed-Jun-28-
                      18-23-27.562-2000
Insects: Masters of   New Story Fall 2000
Survival, Part 2      Insects Masters of
                      Survival, Part 2
George Washington     New Story Fall 2000
Carver, Part 1        George Washingington
                      Carver, Part 1
Beauty and the Beast, VOCAB BEAUTY AND
part 1                THE BEAST PART 1

The Tale of Mulan, the    New Story Fall 2000 The
Maiden Chief              Tale of Mulan
Booker T Washington,      New Story Fall 2000
Part 2                    Booker T Washington,
                          Part 2
Cesar Chavez Part 2,      New Story Spring 2001
Making a Better Life for Cesar Chavez Part 2,
Farmers                   Making a Better Life for
                          Farmers
Jane Addams Part 3,       New Story Spring 2001
The Peacemaker            Jane Addams Part 3,
                          The Peacemaker
Jane Addams Part 3,       New Story Spring 2001
The Peacemaker            Jane Addams Part 3,
                          The Peacemaker
Ali Baba and the Forty New Story Fall 2000 Ali
Thieves, Part 1           Baba and the Forty
                          Thieves, Part 1
Rosa Parks                New Story Fall 2003 -
                          Rosa Parks - from
                          abcteach
How Humans Use the New Story Fall 2000
Ocean, Part 4             How Humans Use the
                          Ocean, Part 4
Thurgood Marshall         New Story Fall 2003 -
                          Thurgood Marshall -
                          from abcteach
Cinderella, Or The Little Cinderella Or The Little
Glass Slipper, Part 2     Glass Slipper Part 2

The Tale of Mulan, the    New Story Fall 2000 The
Maiden Chief              Tale of Mulan
Rosa Parks                CMU00-QUAKER-23
                          Rosa Parks 174443.082
                          06282001
Rosa Parks                CMU00-QUAKER-23
                          Rosa Parks 174443.082
                          06282001
The Adventures of         New Story Fall 2000 The
Aladdin, Part 4           Adventures of Aladdin,
                          Part 4
The Brave Little Tailor   New Story Fall 2001 The
                          Brave Little Tailor
George Washington         New Story Fall 2000
Carver, Part 1            George Washingington
                          Carver, Part 1
Jane Addams Part 1,       New Story Spring 2001
The Good Work She         Jane Addams Part 1,
Did                       The Good Work She Did

The Velveteen Rabbit      CLONE The Velveteen
by Marjorie Williams      Rabbit by Marjorie
Part 1                    Williams Part 1 Fri-Jun-
                          30-15-12-05.812-2000
Bill Clinton's Inaugural   New Story Fall 2000 Bill
Speech, Part 2             Clinton's Inaugural
                           Speech, Part 2
Insects: Masters of        New Story Fall 2000
Survival, Part 1           Insects Masters of
                           Survival, Part 1
Bill Clinton's Inaugural   New Story Fall 2000 Bill
Speech, Part 2             Clinton's Inaugural
                           Speech, Part 2
ROBIN HOOD AND             New Story Spring 2001
LITTLE JOHN poem,          ROBIN HOOD AND
Part 2                     LITTLE JOHN poem,
                           Part 2
ROBIN HOOD AND             New Story Spring 2001
LITTLE JOHN poem,          ROBIN HOOD AND
Part 2                     LITTLE JOHN poem,
                           Part 2
ROBIN HOOD AND             New Story Spring 2001
LITTLE JOHN poem,          ROBIN HOOD AND
Part 1                     LITTLE JOHN poem,
                           Part 1
ROBIN HOOD AND             New Story Spring 2001
LITTLE JOHN poem,          ROBIN HOOD AND
Part 1                     LITTLE JOHN poem,
                           Part 1
Independence by John       CMU99-TEST1
Farrar                     Independence Wed-Feb-
                           16-00-53-23.358-2000

The Adventures of      CMU99-TEST1 The
Reddy Fox, part 3      Adventures of Reddy
                       Fox, part 3Tue-Feb-15-
                       23-03-54.993-2000
The Adventures of      CMU99-TEST1 The
Reddy Fox, part 4      Adventures of Reddy
                       Fox, part 4 Tue-Feb-15-
                       23-53-23.462-2000
Dorothy and the Wizard CMU99-TEST1 Dorothy
in Oz, part 6          and the Wizard in Oz,
                       part 6
George Washington      New Story Fall 2000
Carver, Part 1         George Washingington
                       Carver, Part 1
Thomas Alva Edison’s New Story Spring 2001
Failed Inventions      Thomas Alva Edison’s
                       Failed Inventions
Dorothy and the Wizard CMU99-TEST1 Dorothy
in Oz, part 2          and the Wizard in Oz,
                       part 2 Thu-Feb-17-13-05-
                       57.668-2000
Dopey Dennis, Part 3       New Story Fall 2000
                           Dopey Dennis, Part 3

Pirate Mystery Part 4      CMU1999-09 Pirate
"The Glass Bottle"         Mystery Part 4 The
                           Glass Bottle Thu-Jun-29-
                           11-33-30.348-2000
Ali Baba and the Forty     New Story Fall 2000 Ali
Thieves, Part 1            Baba and the Forty
                           Thieves, Part 1
Little Women, Part 10      New Story Fall 2000
                           Little Women, Part 10
Little Women, Part 10      New Story Fall 2000
                           Little Women, Part 10
Ali Baba and the Forty     New Story Fall 2000 Ali
Thieves, Part 2            Baba and the Forty
                           Thieves, Part 2


The Talkative Tortoise  CMU99-TEST1 The
                        Talkative Tortoise Wed-
                        Jan-12-13-17-11.307-
                        2000
Organisms and Their     New Story Fall 2000
Environment, Part 2,    Organisms and Their
Kelp Forest             Environment, Part 2,
                        Kelp Forest
The Solar System (9     New Story Fall 2000 The
Planets)                Solar System
Insects: Masters of     New Story Fall 2000
Survival, Part 1        Insects Masters of
                        Survival, Part 1
Jack and the Beanstalk, New Story Fall 2000
Part 3                  Jack and the Beanstalk,
                        Part 3
The Battle of           New Story Fall 2000 The
Gettysburg              Battle of Gettysburg

Insects: Masters of        New Story Fall 2000
Survival, Part 2           Insects Masters of
                           Survival, Part 2
The Brave Little Tailor    New Story Fall 2001 The
                           Brave Little Tailor
Kyle Invents a Cookie      New Story Fall 2003 -
                           Kyle Invents a Cookie
Bill Clinton's Inaugural   New Story Fall 2000 Bill
Speech, Part 3             Clinton's Inaugural
                           Speech, Part 3
Bill Clinton's Inaugural   New Story Fall 2000 Bill
Speech, Part 1             Clinton's Inaugural
                           Speech, Part 1
Bill Clinton's Inaugural   New Story Fall 2000 Bill
Speech, Part 3             Clinton's Inaugural
                           Speech, Part 3
The First Earth Day        CMU00-QUAKER-23
                           The First 145336.366
                           06292001
St Patrick's Day           CMU00-QUAKER-23 St.
                           142756.833 06292001

Flag Day Celebrated      CMU00-QUAKER-23
                         Flag Day C 150539.616
                         06292001
Americans Celebrate      CMU00-QUAKER-23
Halloween                Americans 180631.994
                         06282001
Cesar Chavez Part 2,     New Story Spring 2001
Making a Better Life for Cesar Chavez Part 2,
Farmers                  Making a Better Life for
                         Farmers
Flag Day Celebrated      CMU00-QUAKER-23
                         Flag Day C 150539.616
                         06292001
History of Halloween     New Story Fall 2003 -
                         History of Halloween -
                         from abcteach
Americans Celebrate      CMU00-QUAKER-23
Halloween                Americans 180631.994
                         06282001
Christmas Day            CMU00-QUAKER-23
                         Christmas 144605.027
                         06292001
Christmas Day            CMU00-QUAKER-23
                         Christmas 144605.027
                         06292001
Christmas Day            CMU00-QUAKER-23
                         Christmas 144605.027
                         06292001
Christmas Day            CMU00-QUAKER-23
                         Christmas 144605.027
                         06292001
George Washington, by New Story Fall 2003 -
Linda Owens              George Washington -
                         from abcteach
Christmas Day            CMU00-QUAKER-23
                         Christmas 144605.027
                         06292001
Ancient Architects of    New Story Fall 2000
the Mississippi, Part 2 Ancient Architects of the
                         Mississippi, Part 2
The Right to Vote, Part New Story Fall 2000 The
2                        Right to Vote, Part 2
Veterans Day                CMU00-QUAKER-23
                            Veterans D 181335.002
                            06282001
Wind Instruments            CMU00-QUAKER-23
                            Wind Instr 170235.758
                            06282001
Cinderella, or the Little   VOCAB CINDERELLA
Glass Slipper, part 1       OR THE LITTLE
                            GLASS SLIPPER PART
                            1
Exploring the Sea           New Story Fall 2000
(Multiple Layers)           Exploring the Sea
                            (Mulitple Layers)
How Humans Use the          New Story Fall 2000
Ocean, Part 3               How Humans Use the
                            Ocean, Part 3
Dopey Dennis, Part 3        New Story Fall 2000
                            Dopey Dennis, Part 3

Organisms and Their         New Story Fall 2000
Environment, Part 3,        Organisms and Their
Habitat                     Environment, Part 3,
                            Habitat
Organisms and Their         New Story Fall 2000
Environment, Part 1,        Organisms and Their
Counting                    Environment, Part 1,
                            Counting
Organisms and Their         New Story Fall 2000
Environment, Part 5,        Organisms and Their
The Food Web                Environment, Part 5,
                            The Food Web
Organisms and Their         New Story Fall 2000
Environment, Part 2,        Organisms and Their
Kelp Forest                 Environment, Part 2,
                            Kelp Forest
Organisms and Their         New Story Fall 2000
Environment, Part 2,        Organisms and Their
Kelp Forest                 Environment, Part 2,
                            Kelp Forest
The Bill of Rights          New Story Fall 2000 The
                            Bill of Rights
Football                    New Story Fall 2003 -
                            Football - from abcteach

The Right to Vote, Part New Story Fall 2000 The
2                       Right to Vote, Part 2

The Brave Little Tailor     New Story Fall 2001 The
                            Brave Little Tailor

The Brave Little Tailor     New Story Fall 2001 The
                            Brave Little Tailor
Jane Addams Part 1,        New Story Spring 2001
The Good Work She          Jane Addams Part 1,
Did                        The Good Work She Did

Eletelephony, by Laura     Eletelephony by Laura
Richards.                  Richards
The Story of               VOCAB The Story of
Thumbelina, Part 3,        Thumbelina Part 3
Terrible Winter
Life Under the Sea, Part   New Story Fall 2000 Life
1                          Under the Sea, Part 1

Life Under the Sea, Part New Story Fall 2000 Life
4                        Under the Sea, Part 4

Life Under the Sea, Part New Story Fall 2000 Life
4                        Under the Sea, Part 4

Life Under the Sea, Part New Story Fall 2000 Life
1                        Under the Sea, Part 1

Life Under the Sea, Part New Story Fall 2000 Life
1                        Under the Sea, Part 1

The Adventures of Tom New Story Fall 2000 The
Sawyer, Part 1        Adventures of Tom
                      Sawyer, Part 1


The Right to Vote, Part New Story Fall 2000 The
1                       Right to Vote, Part 1

Christopher Columbus       New Story Fall 2003 -
                           Christopher Columbus -
                           from abcteach
St Patrick's Day           CMU00-QUAKER-23 St.
                           142756.833 06292001

Beauty And The Beast, Beauty And The Beast,
Part 2                Part 2
Rumpelstiltzkin.      Rumpelstiltzkin

Ali Baba and the Forty     New Story Fall 2000 Ali
Thieves, Part 2            Baba and the Forty
                           Thieves, Part 2
Ali Baba and the Forty     New Story Fall 2000 Ali
Thieves, Part 2            Baba and the Forty
                           Thieves, Part 2
Insects: Masters of        New Story Fall 2000
Survival, Part 2           Insects Masters of
                           Survival, Part 2
The Adventures of Tom New Story Spring 2001
Thumb                   The Adventures of Tom
                        Thumb
The Adventures of       New Story Fall 2000 The
Aladdin, Part 4         Adventures of Aladdin,
                        Part 4
The History of Marbles, copyright William Fricke
Part 1, by William      2004 -- The History of
Fricke                  Marbles Part 1

The History of Marbles, copyright William Fricke
Part 1, by William      2004 -- The History of
Fricke                  Marbles Part 1

The Author of Dorothy   CMU99-TEST1 About
and the Wizard in Oz    the author of Dorothy
                        and the Wizard in Oz Fri-
                        Feb-18-14-43-07.110-
                        2000
George Washington       New Story Fall 2000
Carver, Part 1          George Washingington
                        Carver, Part 1
George Washington       New Story Fall 2000
Carver, Part 1          George Washingington
                        Carver, Part 1
The Battle of           New Story Fall 2000 The
Gettysburg              Battle of Gettysburg

Life Under the Sea, Part New Story Fall 2000 Life
2                        Under the Sea, Part 2

The Life of Frederick   New Story Fall 2000 The
Douglass                Life of Frederick
                        Douglass
The Right to Vote, Part New Story Fall 2000 The
1                       Right to Vote, Part 1

Chemistry Facts         CMU99-TEST1
                        Chemistry Facts. Tue-
                        Jun-13-13-45-51.428-
                        2000
Life in Space           Life in Space

Thomas Alva Edison’s    New Story Spring 2001
Failed Inventions       Thomas Alva Edison’s
                        Failed Inventions
The Adventures of       New Story Fall 2000 The
Aladdin, Part 2         Adventures of Aladdin,
                        Part 2
The Adventures of       New Story Fall 2000 The
Aladdin, Part 4         Adventures of Aladdin,
                        Part 4
The Adventures of        New Story Fall 2000 The
Aladdin, Part 2          Adventures of Aladdin,
                         Part 2
Booker T Washington, New Story Fall 2000
Part 2                   Booker T Washington,
                         Part 2
The Life of Frederick    New Story Fall 2000 The
Douglass                 Life of Frederick
                         Douglass
George Washington        New Story Fall 2000
Carver, Part 2           George Washingington
                         Carver, Part 2
The Bill of Rights       New Story Fall 2000 The
                         Bill of Rights
Booker T Washington, New Story Fall 2000
Part 1                   Booker T Washington,
                         Part 1
The Land My Uncle        SANDBOX THE LAND
Lives In, by Jack        MY UNCLE 151600.308
Mostow.                  09272005
The Great Depression New Story Fall 2000 The
                         Great Depression
Exploring the Sea        New Story Fall 2000
(Multiple Layers)        Exploring the Sea
                         (Mulitple Layers)
Life Under the Sea, Part New Story Fall 2000 Life
1                        Under the Sea, Part 1

Life Under the Sea, Part New Story Fall 2000 Life
1                        Under the Sea, Part 1

How Humans Use the      New Story Fall 2000
Ocean, Part 4           How Humans Use the
                        Ocean, Part 4
The Bill of Rights      New Story Fall 2000 The
                        Bill of Rights
Insects: Masters of     New Story Fall 2000
Survival, Part 1        Insects Masters of
                        Survival, Part 1
George Washington       New Story Fall 2000
Carver, Part 2          George Washingington
                        Carver, Part 2
The Bill of Rights      New Story Fall 2000 The
                        Bill of Rights
The Beginning of        CMU00-QUAKER-23
Summer                  The Beginn 153945.561
                        06282001
Krazy Kat and Other     CMU00-QUAKER-23
Cartoon Characters      Krazy Kat 165155.157
                        06282001
The Wonderful Waltz      CMU00-QUAKER-23
                         The Wonder
                         161501.353 06282001
Dorothy and the Wizard CMU99-TEST1 Dorothy
in Oz, part 3            and the Wizard in Oz,
                         part 3
The Brave Little Tailor New Story Fall 2001 The
                         Brave Little Tailor
The Brave Little Tailor New Story Fall 2001 The
                         Brave Little Tailor
The Life of Frederick    New Story Fall 2000 The
Douglass                 Life of Frederick
                         Douglass
Bill Clinton's Inaugural New Story Fall 2000 Bill
Speech, Part 2           Clinton's Inaugural
                         Speech, Part 2
Bill Clinton's Inaugural New Story Fall 2000 Bill
Speech, Part 1           Clinton's Inaugural
                         Speech, Part 1
The First Olympic        New Story Fall 2003 -
Games                    The First Olympic
                         Games - from abcteach

Bill Clinton's Inaugural New Story Fall 2000 Bill
Speech, Part 1           Clinton's Inaugural
                         Speech, Part 1
The Wonderful Waltz      CMU00-QUAKER-23
                         The Wonder
                         161501.353 06282001
Over One Million         VOA Over One Million
Students Are Home-       Students Are Home-
Schooled                 Schooled
Ancient Architects of    New Story Fall 2000
the Mississippi, Part 3 Ancient Architects of the
                         Mississippi, Part 3
Ancient Architects of    New Story Fall 2000
the Mississippi, Part 2 Ancient Architects of the
                         Mississippi, Part 2
Exploring the Sea        New Story Fall 2000
(Multiple Layers)        Exploring the Sea
                         (Mulitple Layers)
Life Under the Sea, Part New Story Fall 2000 Life
3                        Under the Sea, Part 3

Exploring the Sea (The New Story Fall 2000
Ocean Floor)           Exploring the Sea (The
                       Ocean Floor)
The Underground        New Story Fall 2000 The
Railroad, Introduction Underground Railroad,
                       Introduction
Ancient Architects of       New Story Fall 2000
the Mississippi, Part 2     Ancient Architects of the
                            Mississippi, Part 2
Square Dancing              CMU00-QUAKER-23
                            Square Dan 162942.220
                            06282001
We'll Deal the Eel's        New Story Spring 2001
Meal!                       We'll Deal the Eel's
                            Meal
My Left and My Right        My Left and My Right
The Adventures of Tom       New Story Fall 2000 The
Sawyer, Part 4              Adventures of Tom
                            Sawyer, Part 4
Leonard Bernstein was       New Story Spring 2001
a pioneer in the field of   Leonard Bernstein was
music.                      a pioneer in the field of
                            music
George Washington           New Story Fall 2000
Carver, Part 1              George Washingington
                            Carver, Part 1
Andrew Carnegie, Rags       New Story Spring 2001
to Riches                   Andrew Carnegie, Rags
                            to Riches
Little Women, Part 9        New Story Fall 2000
                            Little Women, Part 9
Cinco de Mayo               New Story Fall 2003 -
                            Cinco de Mayo - from
                            abcteach
The Animals and the         New Story Spring 2001
Plague                      The Animals and the
                            Plague
The Adventures of Tom       New Story Fall 2000 The
Sawyer, Part 2              Adventures of Tom
                            Sawyer, Part 2
The Animals and the         New Story Spring 2001
Plague                      The Animals and the
                            Plague
Bill Clinton's Inaugural    New Story Fall 2000 Bill
Speech, Part 3              Clinton's Inaugural
                            Speech, Part 3
Hansel and Grettel Part     Hansel and Grettel Part
4                           4
Hansel and Grettel, part    VOCAB HANSEL AND
1                           GRETTEL PART 1
The Brave Little Tailor     New Story Fall 2001 The
                            Brave Little Tailor
The Cat and Venus           CLONE The Cat and
                            Venus Thu-Jun-29-11-
                            39-53.062-2000
The Right to Vote, Part     New Story Fall 2000 The
1                           Right to Vote, Part 1
The Right to Vote, Part New Story Fall 2000 The
1                       Right to Vote, Part 1

The Bill of Rights        New Story Fall 2000 The
                          Bill of Rights
Exploring the Sea         New Story Fall 2000
(Multiple Layers)         Exploring the Sea
                          (Mulitple Layers)
Exploring the Sea         New Story Fall 2000
(Multiple Layers)         Exploring the Sea
                          (Mulitple Layers)
Exploring the Sea         New Story Fall 2000
(Multiple Layers)         Exploring the Sea
                          (Mulitple Layers)
Football                  New Story Fall 2003 -     Definition notes: "The meaning is so transparetn in this
                          Football - from abcteach sense. I wouldn't use the word if it was used onlyin this
                                                    sense."
Cars                      CMU00-QUAKER-23
                          Cars 152513.454
                          06292001
Over One Million          VOA Over One Million
Students Are Home-        Students Are Home-
Schooled                  Schooled
The Brave Little Tailor   New Story Fall 2001 The
                          Brave Little Tailor
The Wonderful Waltz       CMU00-QUAKER-23
                          The Wonder
                          161501.353 06282001
Duke Ellington, Great     New Story Spring 2001
Jazz Musician             Duke Ellington, Great
                          Jazz Musician
Ancient Architects of     New Story Fall 2000
the Mississippi, Part 1   Ancient Architects of the
                          Mississippi, Part 1
Booker T Washington,      New Story Fall 2000
Part 1                    Booker T Washington,
                          Part 1
How Humans Use the        New Story Fall 2000
Ocean, Part 2             How Humans Use the
                          Ocean, Part 2
How Humans Use the        New Story Fall 2000
Ocean, Part 2             How Humans Use the
                          Ocean, Part 2
How Humans Use the        New Story Fall 2000
Ocean, Part 2             How Humans Use the
                          Ocean, Part 2
How Humans Use the        New Story Fall 2000
Ocean, Part 2             How Humans Use the
                          Ocean, Part 2
How Humans Use the        New Story Fall 2000
Ocean, Part 2             How Humans Use the
                          Ocean, Part 2
The Adventures of Tom New Story Fall 2000 The
Sawyer, Part 3            Adventures of Tom
                          Sawyer, Part 3
Cinderella, Or The Little Cinderella Or The Little
Glass Slipper, Part 3     Glass Slipper Part 3

The Brave Little Tailor   New Story Fall 2001 The
                          Brave Little Tailor
The Ant and the           CLONE The Ant and the
Grasshopper               Grasshopper Thu-Jun-
                          29-11-35-14.937-2000

The Talkative Tortoise CMU99-TEST1 The
                       Talkative Tortoise Wed-
                       Jan-12-13-17-11.307-
                       2000
Buffalo Bill in Show   New Story Spring 2001
Business               Buffalo Bill in Show
                       Business
Dorothy and the Wizard CMU99-TEST1 Dorothy
in Oz, part 3          and the Wizard in Oz,
                       part 3
The Great Depression New Story Fall 2000 The
                       Great Depression
Dorothy and the Wizard CMU99-TEST1 Dorothy
in Oz, part 6          and the Wizard in Oz,
                       part 6
More About the Author CMU99-TEST1 More
of Dorothy and the     about the author of
Wizard in Oz           Dorothy and the Wizard
                       in Oz. Fri-Feb-18-14-54-
                       47.647-2000
More About the Author CMU99-TEST1 More
of Dorothy and the     about the author of
Wizard in Oz           Dorothy and the Wizard
                       in Oz. Fri-Feb-18-14-54-
                       47.647-2000
Dorothy and the Wizard CMU99-TEST1 Dorothy
in Oz, part 5          and the Wizard in Oz,
                       part 5 Thu-Feb-17-14-15-
                       04.250-2000

Dorothy and the Wizard CMU99-TEST1 Dorothy
in Oz, part 6          and the Wizard in Oz,
                       part 6
More About the Author CMU99-TEST1 More
of Dorothy and the     about the author of
Wizard in Oz           Dorothy and the Wizard
                       in Oz. Fri-Feb-18-14-54-
                       47.647-2000
Little Women, Part 3   New Story Fall 2000
                       Little Women, Part 3
Jack and the Beanstalk, New Story Fall 2000
Part 2                  Jack and the Beanstalk,
                        Part 2
The Right to Vote, Part New Story Fall 2000 The
2                       Right to Vote, Part 2

George Washington       New Story Fall 2000
Carver, Part 1          George Washingington
                        Carver, Part 1
Christopher Columbus New Story Fall 2003 -
                        Christopher Columbus -
                        from abcteach
The Right to Vote, Part New Story Fall 2000 The
2                       Right to Vote, Part 2

Booker T Washington,      New Story Fall 2000
Part 2                    Booker T Washington,
                          Part 2
Veterans Day              CMU00-QUAKER-23
                          Veterans D 181335.002
                          06282001
Birth of Jazz             VOA Birth of Jazz
Jane Addams Part 3,       New Story Spring 2001
The Peacemaker            Jane Addams Part 3,
                          The Peacemaker
The Underground           New Story Fall 2000 The
Railroad, Early           Underground Railroad,
Antislavery               Early Antislavery

The Brave Little Tailor   New Story Fall 2001 The
                          Brave Little Tailor
The Brave Little Tailor   New Story Fall 2001 The
                          Brave Little Tailor
Rosa Parks                CMU00-QUAKER-23
                          Rosa Parks 174443.082
                          06282001
The Ant and the           CLONE The Ant and the
Grasshopper               Grasshopper Thu-Jun-
                          29-11-35-14.937-2000

The History of Marbles, copyright William Fricke
Part 1, by William      2004 -- The History of
Fricke                  Marbles Part 1

Sammy's Wish              New Story Fall 2003 -
                          Sammy's Wish from
                          abcteach
How Humans Use the        New Story Fall 2000
Ocean, Part 2             How Humans Use the
                          Ocean, Part 2
George Washington          New Story Fall 2000
Carver, Part 1             George Washingington
                           Carver, Part 1
Booker T Washington,       New Story Fall 2000
Part 2                     Booker T Washington,
                           Part 2


Fanny's Telephone       CMU99-TEST1 Fanny's
Order                   Telephone Order Tue-
                        Jun-06-16-08-34.045-
                        2000
Rosa Parks              New Story Fall 2003 -
                        Rosa Parks - from
                        abcteach
The Right to Vote, Part New Story Fall 2000 The
2                       Right to Vote, Part 2

What Does it Take to    New Story Fall 2000
be President?           What Does it Take to be
                        President
Buffalo Bill Cody,      New Story Spring 2001
Introduction            Buffalo Bill Cody,
                        Introduction
What Does it Take to    New Story Fall 2000
be President?           What Does it Take to be
                        President
What Does it Take to    New Story Fall 2000
be President?           What Does it Take to be
                        President
A young fawn once said The Fawn and His
to his Mother, "You are Mother
larger than a dog, and
swifter, and more used
to running, and you
have your horns as a
defense;
The Land My Uncle       SANDBOX THE LAND
Lives In, by Jack       MY UNCLE 151600.308
Mostow.                 09272005
The Battle of           New Story Fall 2000 The
Gettysburg              Battle of Gettysburg

Rosa Parks                 New Story Fall 2003 -
                           Rosa Parks - from
                           abcteach
Ali Baba and the Forty     New Story Fall 2000 Ali
Thieves, Part 2            Baba and the Forty
                           Thieves, Part 2
Bill Clinton's Inaugural   New Story Fall 2000 Bill
Speech, Part 1             Clinton's Inaugural
                           Speech, Part 1
Jack and the Beanstalk, New Story Fall 2000
Part 3                  Jack and the Beanstalk,
                        Part 3
Jack and the Beanstalk, New Story Fall 2000
Part 3                  Jack and the Beanstalk,
                        Part 3
The Brave Little Tailor New Story Fall 2001 The
                        Brave Little Tailor
St Patrick's Day        CMU00-QUAKER-23 St.
                        142756.833 06292001

Short Vocabulary        PROTOTYPE Vocab
Activity                Lesson Test Contexts
                        kid friendliness
Short Vocabulary        PROTOTYPE Vocab
Activity                Lesson Test Contexts
                        kid friendliness
Short Vocabulary        PROTOTYPE Vocab
Activity                Lesson Test Contexts
                        kid friendliness
The Unlucky Warrior,    New Story Spring 2001
Part 1                  The Unlucky Warrior,
                        Part 1
A Winter Day for        New Story Fall 2003 - A
Wanda                   Winter Day for Wanda

A Winter Day for        New Story Fall 2003 - A
Wanda                   Winter Day for Wanda

The Robin, by Ellen     CMU99-TEST1 The
Robena Field            Robin by Ellen Robena
                        Field Mon-Feb-21-15-35-
                        12.616-2000
The Story of            VOCAB The Story of
Thumbelina, Part 3,     Thumbelina Part 3
Terrible Winter
The Velveteen Rabbit   CLONE The Velveteen
by Marjorie Williams   Rabbit by Marjorie
Part 2                 Williams Part 2 Fri-Jun-
                       30-16-03-40.640-2000
County and State Fairs CMU00-QUAKER-23
                       County and 153246.646
                       06292001
Booker T Washington, New Story Fall 2000
Part 2                 Booker T Washington,
                       Part 2
Create A Story About a CREATE a Story About
Pet                    a Pet
Buffalo Bill in Show   New Story Spring 2001
Business               Buffalo Bill in Show
                       Business
Thomas Alva Edison’s        New Story Spring 2001
Failed Inventions           Thomas Alva Edison’s
                            Failed Inventions
Severe Ocean Storms         VOA Severe Ocean
                            Storms
Thomas Alva Edison’s        New Story Spring 2001
Failed Inventions           Thomas Alva Edison’s
                            Failed Inventions
Organisms and Their         New Story Fall 2000
Environment, Part 1,        Organisms and Their
Counting                    Environment, Part 1,
                            Counting
Thomas Alva Edison’s        New Story Spring 2001
Failed Inventions           Thomas Alva Edison’s
                            Failed Inventions
Flag Day Celebrated         CMU00-QUAKER-23
                            Flag Day C 150539.616
                            06292001
The Underground             New Story Fall 2000 The
Railroad, Early             Underground Railroad,
Antislavery                 Early Antislavery

Birth of Jazz         VOA Birth of Jazz
Jane Addams Part 2,   New Story Spring 2001
                      Jane Addams Part 2,
Opportunities at the Hull
House                 Opportunities at the Hull
                      House
Cars                  CMU00-QUAKER-23
                      Cars 152513.454
                      06292001
Create Your Own Outer Create Your Own Outer
Space Story           Space Story
Create a Story About  CREATE a Story About
Making Dinner         Making Dinner
Buffalo Bill Cody,    New Story Spring 2001
Introduction          Buffalo Bill Cody,
                      Introduction
Rumpelstiltzkin.      Rumpelstiltzkin
How Humans Use the New Story Fall 2000
Ocean, Part 2         How Humans Use the
                      Ocean, Part 2
Dopey Dennis, Part 1  New Story Fall 2000
                      Dopey Dennis, Part 1

The Brave Little Tailor     New Story Fall 2001 The
                            Brave Little Tailor
Larry the Lizard Visits     New Story Fall 2003 -
the Forest                  Larry the Lizard Visits
                            the Forest
Larry the Lizard Visits     New Story Fall 2003 -
the Forest                  Larry the Lizard Visits
                            the Forest
Larry the Lizard Visits   New Story Fall 2003 -
the Forest                Larry the Lizard Visits
                          the Forest
Larry the Lizard Visits   New Story Fall 2003 -
the Forest                Larry the Lizard Visits
                          the Forest
Cinderella, or the Little VOCAB CINDERELLA
Glass Slipper, part 1     OR THE LITTLE
                          GLASS SLIPPER PART
                          1
Cinderella, Or The Little Cinderella Or The Little
Glass Slipper, Part 3     Glass Slipper Part 3

The Adventures of Tom New Story Spring 2001
Thumb                   The Adventures of Tom
                        Thumb
Jane Addams Part 3,     New Story Spring 2001
The Peacemaker          Jane Addams Part 3,
                        The Peacemaker
Booker T Washington, New Story Fall 2000
Part 2                  Booker T Washington,
                        Part 2
Ali Baba and the Forty New Story Fall 2000 Ali
Thieves, Part 1         Baba and the Forty
                        Thieves, Part 1
Beauty and the Beast, Beauty And The Beast,
Part 3                  Part 3
The Adventures of Tom New Story Fall 2000 The
Sawyer, Part 3          Adventures of Tom
                        Sawyer, Part 3
The Adventures of Tom New Story Fall 2000 The
Sawyer, Part 4          Adventures of Tom
                        Sawyer, Part 4
Ancient Architects of   New Story Fall 2000
the Mississippi, Part 1 Ancient Architects of the
                        Mississippi, Part 1
Ali Baba and the Forty New Story Fall 2000 Ali
Thieves, Part 2         Baba and the Forty
                        Thieves, Part 2
Jack and the Beanstalk, New Story Fall 2000
Part 1                  Jack and the Beanstalk,
                        Part 1
The Adventures of       CMU99-TEST1 The
Reddy Fox, part 5       Adventures of Reddy
                        Fox, part 5 Wed-Feb-16-
                        01-17-13.805-2000
Insects: Masters of     New Story Fall 2000
Survival, Part 2        Insects Masters of
                        Survival, Part 2
Jack and the Beanstalk, New Story Fall 2000
Part 1                  Jack and the Beanstalk,
                        Part 1
Insects: Masters of    New Story Fall 2000
Survival, Part 2       Insects Masters of
                       Survival, Part 2
Pirate Mystery Part 4  CMU1999-09 Pirate
"The Glass Bottle"     Mystery Part 4 The
                       Glass Bottle Thu-Jun-29-
                       11-33-30.348-2000
Little Women, Part 11 New Story Fall 2000
                       Little Women, Part 11
April Fools' Day       CMU00-QUAKER-23
                       April Fool 180054.539
                       06282001
Title: Party at Camp   EXP Party with DOTS
                       and STATEGY
The Adventures of Tom New Story Fall 2000 The
Sawyer, Part 4         Adventures of Tom
                       Sawyer, Part 4
The Party by Katherine copyright Katherine
Ayres                  Ayres 2004 -- The Party

Joe's Party at Camp       PROTOTYPE Party with
                          intro and strategy
Ali Baba and the Forty    New Story Fall 2000 Ali
Thieves, Part 4           Baba and the Forty
                          Thieves, Part 4
Ancient Architects of     New Story Fall 2000
the Mississippi, Part 3   Ancient Architects of the
                          Mississippi, Part 3
How Humans Use the        New Story Fall 2000
Ocean, Part 1             How Humans Use the
                          Ocean, Part 1
The Dust Bowl             New Story Fall 2000 The
                          Dust Bowl
Hurricane Names           VOA Hurricane Names

Americans Celebrate    CMU00-QUAKER-23
Halloween              Americans 180631.994
                       06282001
Dorothy and the Wizard CMU99-TEST1 Dorothy
in Oz, part 7          and the Wizard in Oz,
                       part 7 Thu-Feb-17-23-56-
                       43.585-2000

What Does Immigration New Story Fall 2000
Mean?                 What Does Immigration
                      Mean
How Humans Use the New Story Fall 2000
Ocean, Part 4         How Humans Use the
                      Ocean, Part 4
Asteroids and Comets, New Story Fall 2000
from NASA             Asteroids and Comets
How Humans Use the       New Story Fall 2000
Ocean, Part 4            How Humans Use the
                         Ocean, Part 4
Bill Clinton's Inaugural New Story Fall 2000 Bill
Speech, Part 2           Clinton's Inaugural
                         Speech, Part 2
ROBIN HOOD AND           New Story Spring 2001
LITTLE JOHN poem,        ROBIN HOOD AND
Part 2                   LITTLE JOHN poem,
                         Part 2
Dorothy and the Wizard CMU99-TEST1 Dorothy
in Oz, part 7            and the Wizard in Oz,
                         part 7 Thu-Feb-17-23-56-
                         43.585-2000

World War Two              New Story Fall 2000
                           World War Two
Olympic Opening            New Story Fall 2003 -
Ceremony                   Olympic Opening
                           Ceremony - from
                           abcteach
World War Two              New Story Fall 2000
                           World War Two
Bill Clinton's Inaugural   New Story Fall 2000 Bill
Speech, Part 1             Clinton's Inaugural
                           Speech, Part 1
The Underground            New Story Fall 2000 The
Railroad, Early            Underground Railroad,
Antislavery                Early Antislavery

Beauty And The Beast,   Beauty And The Beast,
Part 2                  Part 2
The Velveteen Rabbit    CLONE The Velveteen
by Marjorie Williams    Rabbit by Marjorie
Part 2                  Williams Part 2 Fri-Jun-
                        30-16-03-40.640-2000
Ancient Architects of   New Story Fall 2000
the Mississippi, Part 2 Ancient Architects of the
                        Mississippi, Part 2
The Adventures of Tom New Story Fall 2000 The
Sawyer, Part 6          Adventures of Tom
                        Sawyer, Part 6
What Does it Take to    New Story Fall 2000
be President?           What Does it Take to be
                        President
Jack and the Beanstalk, New Story Fall 2000
Part 3                  Jack and the Beanstalk,
                        Part 3
Nine in a Line Who Like New Story Spring 2001
Sunshine                Nine in a Line
Exploring the Sea       New Story Fall 2000
(Multiple Layers)       Exploring the Sea
                        (Mulitple Layers)
Starting Young to Build VOA Starting Young to
a Healthy Heart         Build a Healthy Heart
The Life of Frederick   New Story Fall 2000 The
Douglass                Life of Frederick
                        Douglass
World War Two           New Story Fall 2000
                        World War Two
Booker T Washington, New Story Fall 2000
Part 2                  Booker T Washington,
                        Part 2
Thurgood Marshall       New Story Fall 2003 -
                        Thurgood Marshall -
                        from abcteach



                       New Story Fall 2000 Bill
Bill Clinton's Inaugural
Speech, Part 3         Clinton's Inaugural
                       Speech, Part 3
The Bill of Rights     New Story Fall 2000 The
                       Bill of Rights
Biology Facts          CMU1999-09 Biology
                       Facts Tue-Jun-13-13-58-
                       30.430-2000
Dorothy and the Wizard CMU99-TEST1 Dorothy
in Oz, part 6          and the Wizard in Oz,
                       part 6
Butterflies            New Story Fall 2003 -
                       Butterflies - from
                       abcteach
Rumpelstiltzkin.       Rumpelstiltzkin

Ali Baba and the Forty    New Story Fall 2000 Ali
Thieves, Part 3           Baba and the Forty
                          Thieves, Part 3
Fanny's Telephone         CMU99-TEST1 Fanny's
Order                     Telephone Order Tue-
                          Jun-06-16-08-34.045-
                          2000
Little Women, Part 10 New Story Fall 2000
                          Little Women, Part 10
Little Women, Part 11 New Story Fall 2000
                          Little Women, Part 11
Ali and the Sultan's      VOCAB ALI AND THE
Saddle                    SULTAN'S SADDLE
Cinderella, Or The Little Cinderella Or The Little
Glass Slipper, Part 2     Glass Slipper Part 2
Rumpelstiltzkin.           Rumpelstiltzkin

Dopey Dennis, Part 3       New Story Fall 2000
                           Dopey Dennis, Part 3
The Brave Little Tailor    New Story Fall 2001 The
                           Brave Little Tailor
The Adventures of          CMU99-TEST1 The
Reddy Fox, part 5          Adventures of Reddy
                           Fox, part 5 Wed-Feb-16-
                           01-17-13.805-2000
The Bill of Rights         New Story Fall 2000 The
                           Bill of Rights
How Humans Use the         New Story Fall 2000
Ocean, Part 1              How Humans Use the
                           Ocean, Part 1
Entertainment During       New Story Fall 2000
America's Great            Entertainment During
Depression                 America's Great
                           Depression
The Great Depression       New Story Fall 2000 The
                           Great Depression
The New Deal               New Story Fall 2000 The
                           New Deal
Entertainment During       New Story Fall 2000
America's Great            Entertainment During
Depression                 America's Great
                           Depression
Entertainment During       New Story Fall 2000
America's Great            Entertainment During
Depression                 America's Great
                           Depression
The New Deal               New Story Fall 2000 The
                           New Deal
The New Deal               New Story Fall 2000 The
                           New Deal
The Great Depression       New Story Fall 2000 The
                           Great Depression
The Great Depression       New Story Fall 2000 The
                           Great Depression
The Great Depression       New Story Fall 2000 The
                           Great Depression
The Great Depression       New Story Fall 2000 The
                           Great Depression
The Great Depression       New Story Fall 2000 The
                           Great Depression
Bill Clinton's Inaugural   New Story Fall 2000 Bill
Speech, Part 1             Clinton's Inaugural
                           Speech, Part 1
Bill Clinton's Inaugural   New Story Fall 2000 Bill
Speech, Part 1             Clinton's Inaugural
                           Speech, Part 1
World War Two             New Story Fall 2000
                          World War Two
Exploring the Sea (The    New Story Fall 2000
Waves and the Tide)       Exploring the Sea (The
                          Waves and the Tide)
Stringed Instruments      CMU00-QUAKER-23
                          Stringed I 172017.154
                          06282001
Cesar Chavez Part 1,      New Story Spring 2001
Growing Up and Getting    Cesar Chavez Part 1,
Started                   Growing Up and Getting
                          Started
The Hen and the           The Hen and the Golden
Golden Eggs               Eggs
The Bill of Rights        New Story Fall 2000 The
                          Bill of Rights
The Adventures of Tom     New Story Fall 2000 The
Sawyer, Part 6            Adventures of Tom
                          Sawyer, Part 6
The Right to Vote, Part   New Story Fall 2000 The
1                         Right to Vote, Part 1

Jack and the Beanstalk, New Story Fall 2000
Part 2                  Jack and the Beanstalk,
                        Part 2
Women Pioneers in       New Story Fall 2000
American History        Women Pioneers in
                        American History
The Bill of Rights      New Story Fall 2000 The
                        Bill of Rights

Veterans Day              CMU00-QUAKER-23
                          Veterans D 181335.002
                          06282001
Booker T Washington,      New Story Fall 2000
Part 1                    Booker T Washington,
                          Part 1
Who Elects the            New Story Fall 2000
President?                Who Elects the
                          President
Beauty and the Beast,     VOCAB BEAUTY AND
part 1                    THE BEAST PART 1

Little Women, Part 7    New Story Fall 2000
                        Little Women, Part 7
The Adventures of Tom New Story Fall 2000 The
Sawyer, Part 2          Adventures of Tom
                        Sawyer, Part 2
Jack and the Beanstalk, New Story Fall 2000
Part 3                  Jack and the Beanstalk,
                        Part 3
The Brave Little Tailor   New Story Fall 2001 The
                          Brave Little Tailor
The Story of              VOCAB The Story of
Thumbelina, Part 2,       Thumbelina Part 2
Saved by the Fish
Buttercup Gold by Ellen CMU99-TEST1
Robena Field            Buttercup Gold by Ellen
                        Robena Field Mon-Feb-
                        21-16-00-36.758-2000

The Gold in the           VOCAB THE GOLD IN
Orchard                   THE ORCHARD
THE GOLD IN THE           CMU99-TEST1 THE
ORCHARD                   GOLD IN THE
                          ORCHARD Mon-Feb-21-
                          22-07-13.838-2000
The Battle of             New Story Fall 2000 The
Gettysburg                Battle of Gettysburg

The Underground          New Story Fall 2000 The
Railroad, Introduction   Underground Railroad,
                         Introduction
The Great Depression New Story Fall 2000 The
                         Great Depression
The Flies and the        The Flies and the Honey-
Honey-Pot                Pot
The Dust Bowl            New Story Fall 2000 The
                         Dust Bowl
How Humans Use the New Story Fall 2000
Ocean, Part 1            How Humans Use the
                         Ocean, Part 1
How Humans Use the New Story Fall 2000
Ocean, Part 2            How Humans Use the
                         Ocean, Part 2
How Humans Use the New Story Fall 2000
Ocean, Part 3            How Humans Use the
                         Ocean, Part 3
How Humans Use the New Story Fall 2000
Ocean, Part 3            How Humans Use the
                         Ocean, Part 3
The Tale of Mulan, the New Story Fall 2000 The
Maiden Chief             Tale of Mulan
The Tale of Mulan, the New Story Fall 2000 The
Maiden Chief             Tale of Mulan
Exploring the Sea (The New Story Fall 2000
Waves and the Tide)      Exploring the Sea (The
                         Waves and the Tide)
Life Under the Sea, Part New Story Fall 2000 Life
4                        Under the Sea, Part 4
Life Under the Sea, Part New Story Fall 2000 Life
4                        Under the Sea, Part 4

The Father and His         The Father And His
Sons                       Sons
The Land My Uncle          SANDBOX THE LAND
Lives In, by Jack          MY UNCLE 151600.308
Mostow.                    09272005
Women Pioneers in          New Story Fall 2000
American History           Women Pioneers in
                           American History
Organisms and Their        New Story Fall 2000
Environment, Part 1,       Organisms and Their
Counting                   Environment, Part 1,
                           Counting
The Story of Hyacinth      New Story Fall 2001 The
and Apollo, by Emily       Story of Hyacinth
Keary
Booker T Washington,       New Story Fall 2000
Part 1                     Booker T Washington,
                           Part 1

Beauty And The Beast,      Beauty And The Beast,
Part 2                     Part 2
Bill Clinton's Inaugural   New Story Fall 2000 Bill
Speech, Part 1             Clinton's Inaugural
                           Speech, Part 1
Ancient Architects of      New Story Fall 2000
the Mississippi, Part 2    Ancient Architects of the
                           Mississippi, Part 2
More About the Author      CMU99-TEST1 More
of Dorothy and the         about the author of
Wizard in Oz               Dorothy and the Wizard
                           in Oz. Fri-Feb-18-14-54-
                           47.647-2000
Ancient Architects of      New Story Fall 2000
the Mississippi, Part 2    Ancient Architects of the
                           Mississippi, Part 2
The Life of Frederick      New Story Fall 2000 The
Douglass                   Life of Frederick
                           Douglass
George Washington          New Story Fall 2000
Carver, Part 1             George Washingington
                           Carver, Part 1
George Washington          New Story Fall 2000
Carver, Part 2             George Washingington
                           Carver, Part 2
George Washington          New Story Fall 2000
Carver, Part 2             George Washingington
                           Carver, Part 2
The Right to Vote, Part New Story Fall 2000 The
2                       Right to Vote, Part 2

George Washington      New Story Fall 2000
Carver, Part 1         George Washingington
                       Carver, Part 1
Football               New Story Fall 2003 -
                       Football - from abcteach

Booker T Washington,   New Story Fall 2000
Part 2                 Booker T Washington,
                       Part 2
Birth of Jazz          VOA Birth of Jazz

Cameras                CMU00-QUAKER-23
                       Cameras 151218.320
                       06292001
Immigration in         New Story Spring 2001
American History, The Immigration in American
Great Surge            History, The Great
                       Surge
Skating Championship CMU00-QUAKER-23
                       Skating Ch 172825.737
                       06282001
Cars                   CMU00-QUAKER-23
                       Cars 152513.454
                       06292001
Percussion Instruments CMU00-QUAKER-23
                       Percussion 171054.155
                       06282001
George Washington      New Story Fall 2000
Carver, Part 1         George Washingington
                       Carver, Part 1
The Sick Lion          The Sick Lion

Insects: Masters of     New Story Fall 2000
Survival, Part 2        Insects Masters of
                        Survival, Part 2
Jack and the Beanstalk, New Story Fall 2000
Part 1                  Jack and the Beanstalk,
                        Part 1
Little Women, Part 2    New Story Fall 2000
                        Little Women, Part 2
The Adventures of Tom New Story Fall 2000 The
Sawyer, Part 4          Adventures of Tom
                        Sawyer, Part 4
Dorothy and the Wizard CMU99-TEST1 Dorothy
in Oz, part 2           and the Wizard in Oz,
                        part 2 Thu-Feb-17-13-05-
                        57.668-2000
The Mat Is in the Mist   Word Building -- a m t s
                         di2
What a Grand Star        Word Building -- a m t s
                         diroflghucnkvbe
                         w j y p x z th sh oa ar 3

The Mat Is in the Mist Word Building -- a m t s
                       di2
Dad Drafts the Raft    Word Building -- a m t s
                       dirof2
The Mat Is in the Mist Word Building -- a m t s
                       di2
The Mat Is in the Mist Word Building -- a m t s
                       di2
Dad Had a Hot Rod      Word Building -- a m t s
                       diroflgh
The Velveteen Rabbit CLONE The Velveteen
by Marjorie Williams   Rabbit by Marjorie
Part 5                 Williams Part 5
                       141709.296 07062000
George Washington      New Story Fall 2000
Carver, Part 2         George Washingington
                       Carver, Part 2
Andrew Carnegie, Rags New Story Spring 2001
to Riches              Andrew Carnegie, Rags
                       to Riches
Why is it Hot in Some  CMU99-TEST1 Why is it
Countries and Cold in hot in some countries
Others?                and cold in others Wed-
                       Feb-16-11-03-55.539-
                       2000
Why is it Hot in Some  CMU99-TEST1 Why is it
Countries and Cold in hot in some countries
Others?                and cold in others Wed-
                       Feb-16-11-03-55.539-
                       2000
Dorothy and the Wizard CMU99-TEST1 Dorothy
in Oz, part 5          and the Wizard in Oz,
                       part 5 Thu-Feb-17-14-15-
                       04.250-2000

Little Women, Part 8     New Story Fall 2000
                         Little Women, Part 8
Just Let Me Draw!        New Story Fall 2003 -
                         Just Let Me Draw! -
                         from abcteach
Women Pioneers in        New Story Fall 2000
American History         Women Pioneers in
                         American History
The Animals and the      New Story Spring 2001
Plague                   The Animals and the
                         Plague
The Underground        New Story Fall 2000 The
Railroad, Operation    Underground Railroad,
                       Operation
The Great Depression   New Story Fall 2000 The
                       Great Depression
The Great Depression   New Story Fall 2000 The
                       Great Depression
The Sick Lion          The Sick Lion

The Crow and the       The Crow and the          I think this needs a definition like: If you discover
Pitcher                Pitcher                   something, figure out a problem….rather than "learn
                                                 something no one knew about before." Like new
                                                 knowledge vs contribution to society.
Sandy and the Pine     PILOT story fall 2003 -
Tree, by Katherine     Sandy and the Pine -
Ayres                  copyright Katherine
                       Ayres
The Miser              The Miser

The Adventures of Tom New Story Fall 2000 The
Sawyer, Part 3         Adventures of Tom
                       Sawyer, Part 3
How Humans Use the New Story Fall 2000
Ocean, Part 3          How Humans Use the
                       Ocean, Part 3
Scientists Find Earth- VOA Scientists Find
Like Planet            Earth-Like Planet
The Adventures of Tom New Story Fall 2000 The
Sawyer, Part 4         Adventures of Tom
                       Sawyer, Part 4
Scientists Find Earth- VOA Scientists Find
Like Planet            Earth-Like Planet
Scientists Find Earth- VOA Scientists Find
Like Planet            Earth-Like Planet
Ali Baba and the Forty New Story Fall 2000 Ali
Thieves, Part 2        Baba and the Forty
                       Thieves, Part 2
Dorothy and the Wizard CMU99-TEST1 Dorothy "no one knew about before" seems a bit strong in this
in Oz, part 1          and the Wizard in Oz,    case as well.
                       part 1 Thu-Feb-17-12-07-
                       38.246-2000

Christopher Columbus    New Story Fall 2003 -
                        Christopher Columbus -
                        from abcteach
Stringed Instruments    CMU00-QUAKER-23
                        Stringed I 172017.154
                        06282001
Sandy and the Pine      copyright Katherine
Tree by Katherine Ayres Ayres 2004 -- Sandy
                        and the Pine Tree
Scientists Find Earth-   VOA Scientists Find
Like Planet              Earth-Like Planet
Women Pioneers in        New Story Fall 2000
American History         Women Pioneers in
                         American History
Scientists Find Earth-   VOA Scientists Find
Like Planet              Earth-Like Planet
Christopher Columbus     New Story Fall 2003 -
                         Christopher Columbus -
                         from abcteach
Immigration in           New Story Spring 2001
American History, The    Immigration in American
Growing Nation           History, The Growing
                         Nation
Exploring the Sea        New Story Fall 2000
(Multiple Layers)        Exploring the Sea
                         (Mulitple Layers)
The Life of Frederick    New Story Fall 2000 The
Douglass                 Life of Frederick
                         Douglass
St Patrick's Day         CMU00-QUAKER-23 St.
                         142756.833 06292001

The Ant and the          CLONE The Ant and the
Chrysalis                Chrysalis Wed-Jun-28-
                         18-23-27.562-2000


Clouds, a poem by        New Story Fall 2001
Maud Keary               Clouds
Elaine McCain Who        New Story Spring 2001
Came From Spain          Elaine McCain Who
                         Came From Spain
Beauty and the Beast,    VOCAB BEAUTY AND
part 1                   THE BEAST PART 1

The Adventures of        New Story Fall 2000 The
Aladdin, Part 3          Adventures of Aladdin,
                         Part 3
Ali Baba and the Forty   New Story Fall 2000 Ali
Thieves, Part 2          Baba and the Forty
                         Thieves, Part 2
The Bill of Rights       New Story Fall 2000 The
                         Bill of Rights
George Washington        New Story Fall 2000
Carver, Part 1           George Washingington
                         Carver, Part 1
The Life of Frederick    New Story Fall 2000 The
Douglass                 Life of Frederick
                         Douglass
History of the Teddy   New Story Fall 2003 -
Bear                   History of the Teddy
                       Bear - from abcteach
The Sick Lion          The Sick Lion
The Adventures of Tom New Story Fall 2000 The
Sawyer, Part 2         Adventures of Tom
                       Sawyer, Part 2
Dorothy and the Wizard CMU99-TEST1 Dorothy
in Oz, part 1          and the Wizard in Oz,
                       part 1 Thu-Feb-17-12-07-
                       38.246-2000

Exploring the Sea (The New Story Fall 2000
Waves and the Tide)      Exploring the Sea (The
                         Waves and the Tide)
Exploring the Sea (The New Story Fall 2000
Waves and the Tide)      Exploring the Sea (The
                         Waves and the Tide)
The Kentucky Derby       New Story Fall 2003 -
                         The Kentucky Derby -
                         from abcteach
The Adventures of Tom New Story Spring 2001
Thumb                    The Adventures of Tom
                         Thumb
Exploring the Sea        New Story Fall 2000
(Multiple Layers)        Exploring the Sea
                         (Mulitple Layers)
Dorothy and the Wizard CMU99-TEST1 Dorothy
in Oz, part 6            and the Wizard in Oz,
                         part 6
Organisms and Their      New Story Fall 2000
Environment, Part 4,     Organisms and Their
Organizing Organisms Environment, Part 4,
                         Organizing Organisms
Life Under the Sea, Part New Story Fall 2000 Life
4                        Under the Sea, Part 4

Exploring the Sea (The New Story Fall 2000
Waves and the Tide)      Exploring the Sea (The
                         Waves and the Tide)
Life Under the Sea, Part New Story Fall 2000 Life
4                        Under the Sea, Part 4

What Does Immigration New Story Fall 2000
Mean?                     What Does Immigration
                          Mean
Cinderella, Or The Little Cinderella Or The Little
Glass Slipper, Part 3     Glass Slipper Part 3

Beauty And The Beast, Beauty And The Beast,
Part 2                Part 2
Andrew Carnegie, Rags New Story Spring 2001
to Riches                 Andrew Carnegie, Rags
                          to Riches
Jack and the Beanstalk, New Story Fall 2000
Part 2                    Jack and the Beanstalk,
                          Part 2
The Dust Bowl             New Story Fall 2000 The
                          Dust Bowl
Bill Clinton's Inaugural New Story Fall 2000 Bill
Speech, Part 1            Clinton's Inaugural
                          Speech, Part 1
Ted's Strange Day         CLONE Ted's Strange
                          Day Tue-Jun-27-12-20-
                          58.640-2000
The Story of              VOCAB The Story of
Thumbelina, Part 2,       Thumbelina Part 2
Saved by the Fish
Insects: Masters of       New Story Fall 2000
Survival, Part 2          Insects Masters of
                          Survival, Part 2
Sandy and the Pine        PILOT story fall 2003 -
Tree, by Katherine        Sandy and the Pine -
Ayres                     copyright Katherine
                          Ayres
Welcoming Andrew by copyright Katherine
Katherine Ayres           Ayres 1998 --
                          Welcoming Andrew
Sandy and the Pine        copyright Katherine
Tree by Katherine Ayres Ayres 2004 -- Sandy
                          and the Pine Tree
Little Women, Part 11 New Story Fall 2000
                          Little Women, Part 11
The Velveteen Rabbit CLONE The Velveteen
by Marjorie Williams      Rabbit by Marjorie
Part 3                    Williams Part 3
                          133307.000 07062000
Jane Addams Part 2,       New Story Spring 2001
Opportunities at the Hull Jane Addams Part 2,
House                     Opportunities at the Hull
                          House
Ali and the Sultan's      VOCAB ALI AND THE
Saddle                    SULTAN'S SADDLE
The Adventures of         CMU99-TEST1 The
Reddy Fox, part 5         Adventures of Reddy
                          Fox, part 5 Wed-Feb-16-
                          01-17-13.805-2000
Cinderella, Or The Little Cinderella Or The Little
Glass Slipper, Part 3     Glass Slipper Part 3

The Crow and the         The Crow and the
Pitcher                  Pitcher
Life in Space           Life in Space

More About the Author   CMU99-TEST1 More
of Dorothy and the      about the author of
Wizard in Oz            Dorothy and the Wizard
                        in Oz. Fri-Feb-18-14-54-
                        47.647-2000
The Right to Vote, Part New Story Fall 2000 The
2                       Right to Vote, Part 2

George Washington        New Story Fall 2000
Carver, Part 2           George Washingington
                         Carver, Part 2
The Life of Frederick    New Story Fall 2000 The
Douglass                 Life of Frederick
                         Douglass
Children Helping         VOA Children Helping
Hurricane Victims        Hurricane Victims
Jane Addams Part 3,      New Story Spring 2001
The Peacemaker           Jane Addams Part 3,
                         The Peacemaker
Cesar Chavez Part 2,     New Story Spring 2001
Making a Better Life for Cesar Chavez Part 2,
Farmers                  Making a Better Life for
                         Farmers
Cesar Chavez Part 1,     New Story Spring 2001
Growing Up and Getting Cesar Chavez Part 1,
Started                  Growing Up and Getting
                         Started
Cesar Chavez Part 1,     New Story Spring 2001
Growing Up and Getting Cesar Chavez Part 1,
Started                  Growing Up and Getting
                         Started
Jane Addams Part 3,      New Story Spring 2001
The Peacemaker           Jane Addams Part 3,
                         The Peacemaker
The Underground          New Story Fall 2000 The
Railroad, Early          Underground Railroad,
Antislavery              Early Antislavery

World War Two           New Story Fall 2000
                        World War Two
World War Two           New Story Fall 2000
                        World War Two
World War Two           New Story Fall 2000
                        World War Two
Jack and the Beanstalk, New Story Fall 2000
Part 1                  Jack and the Beanstalk,
                        Part 1
World War Two           New Story Fall 2000
                        World War Two
The Underground         New Story Fall 2000 The
Railroad, Introduction  Underground Railroad,
                        Introduction
Little Women, Part 8    New Story Fall 2000
                        Little Women, Part 8
Little Women, Part 3    New Story Fall 2000
                        Little Women, Part 3
Jack and the Beanstalk, New Story Fall 2000
Part 3                  Jack and the Beanstalk,
                        Part 3
The Life of Frederick   New Story Fall 2000 The
Douglass                Life of Frederick
                        Douglass
The Underground         New Story Fall 2000 The
Railroad, Early         Underground Railroad,
Antislavery             Early Antislavery

The Adventures of          New Story Fall 2000 The
Aladdin, Part 4            Adventures of Aladdin,
                           Part 4
Bill Clinton's Inaugural   New Story Fall 2000 Bill
Speech, Part 1             Clinton's Inaugural
                           Speech, Part 1
Insects: Masters of        New Story Fall 2000
Survival, Part 2           Insects Masters of
                           Survival, Part 2
Earth Sciences, from       New Story Fall 2000
NASA's Jet Propulsion      Earth Sciences
Laboratory
Jack and the Beanstalk, New Story Fall 2000
Part 3                  Jack and the Beanstalk,
                        Part 3
George Washington       New Story Fall 2000
Carver, Part 2          George Washingington
                        Carver, Part 2
Rosa Parks              CMU00-QUAKER-23
                        Rosa Parks 174443.082
                        06282001
Booker T Washington, New Story Fall 2000
Part 2                  Booker T Washington,
                        Part 2
Immigration in          New Story Spring 2001
American History, The Immigration in American
Growing Nation          History, The Growing
                        Nation
Dorothy and the Wizard CMU99-TEST1 Dorothy
in Oz, part 4           and the Wizard in Oz,
                        part 4 Thu-Feb-17-13-52-
                        40.247-200
Bill Clinton's Inaugural   New Story Fall 2000 Bill
Speech, Part 1             Clinton's Inaugural
                           Speech, Part 1
Insects: Masters of        New Story Fall 2000
Survival, Part 1           Insects Masters of
                           Survival, Part 1
Jack and the Beanstalk,    New Story Fall 2000
Part 1                     Jack and the Beanstalk,
                           Part 1
How Humans Use the         New Story Fall 2000
Ocean, Part 4              How Humans Use the
                           Ocean, Part 4
Eletelephony, by Laura     Eletelephony by Laura
Richards.                  Richards
Women Pioneers in          New Story Fall 2000
American History           Women Pioneers in
                           American History
Jack and the Beanstalk,    New Story Fall 2000
Part 1                     Jack and the Beanstalk,
                           Part 1
Ancient Architects of      New Story Fall 2000
the Mississippi, Part 3    Ancient Architects of the
                           Mississippi, Part 3
How Humans Use the         New Story Fall 2000
Ocean, Part 1              How Humans Use the
                           Ocean, Part 1
Life Under the Sea, Part   New Story Fall 2000 Life
2                          Under the Sea, Part 2

Organisms and Their        New Story Fall 2000
Environment, Part 1,       Organisms and Their
Counting                   Environment, Part 1,
                           Counting
Vicky's Airport Visit,     CLONE Vicky's Airport
Part 2                     Visit Part 2



Create Your Own Scary CMU1999-09 Create
Story                    Your Own Scary Story.
                         122442.629 08072000
The Life of Frederick    New Story Fall 2000 The
Douglass                 Life of Frederick
                         Douglass
Bill Clinton's Inaugural New Story Fall 2000 Bill
Speech, Part 1           Clinton's Inaugural
                         Speech, Part 1
The Doe and the Lion The Doe and the Lion
The Life of Frederick    New Story Fall 2000 The
Douglass                 Life of Frederick
                         Douglass
Create Your Own Outer    Create Your Own Outer
Space Story              Space Story
Create Your Own Outer    Create Your Own Outer
Space Story              Space Story
The Adventures of        CMU99-TEST1 The
Reddy Fox, part 6        Adventures of Reddy
                         Fox, part 6 Wed-Feb-16-
                         10-24-48.494-2000
What Do You Know         VOA What Do You
About Goats?             Know About Goats
Life Under the Sea, Part New Story Fall 2000 Life
2                        Under the Sea, Part 2

The Animals and the    New Story Spring 2001
Plague                 The Animals and the
                       Plague
Dorothy and the Wizard CMU99-TEST1 Dorothy
in Oz, part 7          and the Wizard in Oz,
                       part 7 Thu-Feb-17-23-56-
                       43.585-2000

What Does Immigration New Story Fall 2000
Mean?                  What Does Immigration
                       Mean
The Underground        New Story Fall 2000 The
Railroad, Introduction Underground Railroad,
                       Introduction
St Patrick's Day       CMU00-QUAKER-23 St.
                       142756.833 06292001

Joe's All About Goats     EXP Goats with DOTS
                          and STATEGY
The Story of              VOCAB The Story of
Thumbelina, Part 1,       Thumbelina Part 1
The Fat Frogs
Hansel and Grettel Part   Hansel and Grettel Part
2                         2
The Story of              VOCAB The Story of
Thumbelina, Part 2,       Thumbelina Part 2
Saved by the Fish
Ancient Architects of  New Story Fall 2000
the Mississippi, Part 2Ancient Architects of the
                       Mississippi, Part 2
The Author of Dorothy CMU99-TEST1 About
and the Wizard in Oz   the author of Dorothy
                       and the Wizard in Oz Fri-
                       Feb-18-14-43-07.110-
                       2000
Exploring the Sea (The New Story Fall 2000
Ocean Floor)           Exploring the Sea (The
                       Ocean Floor)
The Great Depression    New Story Fall 2000 The
                        Great Depression
How Humans Use the New Story Fall 2000
Ocean, Part 4           How Humans Use the
                        Ocean, Part 4
Fanny's Telephone       CMU99-TEST1 Fanny's
Order                   Telephone Order Tue-
                        Jun-06-16-08-34.045-
                        2000
The Adventures of       New Story Fall 2000 The
Aladdin, Part 3         Adventures of Aladdin,
                        Part 3
Little Women, Part 10 New Story Fall 2000
                        Little Women, Part 10
The Right to Vote, Part New Story Fall 2000 The
1                       Right to Vote, Part 1

Jack and the Beanstalk, New Story Fall 2000
Part 3                  Jack and the Beanstalk,
                        Part 3
Children Helping        VOA Children Helping
Hurricane Victims       Hurricane Victims
Hurricane Names         VOA Hurricane Names

Little Women, Part 9    New Story Fall 2000
                        Little Women, Part 9
Little Women, Part 11   New Story Fall 2000
                        Little Women, Part 11
St Patrick's Day        CMU00-QUAKER-23 St.
                        142756.833 06292001

The Beginning of      CMU00-QUAKER-23
Summer                The Beginn 153945.561
                      06282001
Andrew Carnegie, Rags New Story Spring 2001
to Riches             Andrew Carnegie, Rags
                      to Riches
The Underground       New Story Fall 2000 The
Railroad, Operation   Underground Railroad,
                      Operation
Why is it Hot in Some CMU99-TEST1 Why is it
Countries and Cold in hot in some countries
Others?               and cold in others Wed-
                      Feb-16-11-03-55.539-
                      2000
The Velveteen Rabbit CLONE The Velveteen
by Marjorie Williams  Rabbit by Marjorie
Part 1                Williams Part 1 Fri-Jun-
                      30-15-12-05.812-2000
Buffalo Bill Cody,    New Story Spring 2001
Introduction          Buffalo Bill Cody,
                      Introduction
What Does it Take to   New Story Fall 2000
be President?          What Does it Take to be
                       President
Booker T Washington,   New Story Fall 2000
Part 2                 Booker T Washington,
                       Part 2


What Does Immigration New Story Fall 2000
Mean?                   What Does Immigration
                        Mean
What Does Immigration New Story Fall 2000
Mean?                   What Does Immigration
                        Mean
Rosa Parks              New Story Fall 2003 -
                        Rosa Parks - from
                        abcteach
George Washington       New Story Fall 2000
Carver, Part 1          George Washingington
                        Carver, Part 1
The Right to Vote, Part New Story Fall 2000 The
2                       Right to Vote, Part 2

Thomas Alva Edison’s    New Story Spring 2001
Failed Inventions       Thomas Alva Edison’s
                        Failed Inventions
The Right to Vote, Part New Story Fall 2000 The
1                       Right to Vote, Part 1

Skating Championship   CMU00-QUAKER-23
                       Skating Ch 172825.737
                       06282001
Cesar Chavez Part 1,   New Story Spring 2001
Growing Up and Getting Cesar Chavez Part 1,
Started                Growing Up and Getting
                       Started
Cars                   CMU00-QUAKER-23
                       Cars 152513.454
                       06292001
Percussion Instruments CMU00-QUAKER-23
                       Percussion 171054.155
                       06282001
Stringed Instruments   CMU00-QUAKER-23
                       Stringed I 172017.154
                       06282001
The Adventures of Tom New Story Fall 2000 The
Sawyer, Part 3         Adventures of Tom
                       Sawyer, Part 3
How Humans Use the New Story Fall 2000
Ocean, Part 1          How Humans Use the
                       Ocean, Part 1
The Solar System (9       New Story Fall 2000 The
Planets)                  Solar System
Booker T Washington,      New Story Fall 2000
Part 2                    Booker T Washington,
                          Part 2
The Underground           New Story Fall 2000 The
Railroad, Introduction    Underground Railroad,
                          Introduction
The Doe and the Lion      The Doe and the Lion
Ali Baba and the Forty    New Story Fall 2000 Ali
Thieves, Part 1           Baba and the Forty
                          Thieves, Part 1
The Underground           New Story Fall 2000 The
Railroad, Early           Underground Railroad,
Antislavery               Early Antislavery

Create Your Own Outer    Create Your Own Outer
Space Story              Space Story
Create Your Own Fairy    INTERN--JOE Write
Tale                     Your Own Fairy Tale
Jack and the Beanstalk,  New Story Fall 2000
Part 1                   Jack and the Beanstalk,
                         Part 1
Life Under the Sea, Part New Story Fall 2000 Life
4                        Under the Sea, Part 4

The Great Depression    New Story Fall 2000 The
                        Great Depression
Kyle Invents a Cookie New Story Fall 2003 -
                        Kyle Invents a Cookie
The Adventures of       New Story Fall 2000 The
Aladdin, Part 4         Adventures of Aladdin,
                        Part 4
Jack and the Beanstalk, New Story Fall 2000
Part 1                  Jack and the Beanstalk,
                        Part 1
The Doe and the Lion The Doe and the Lion
The Flies and the       The Flies and the Honey-
Honey-Pot               Pot
The Adventures of       New Story Fall 2000 The
Aladdin, Part 1         Adventures of Aladdin,
                        Part 1
Ali Baba and the Forty New Story Fall 2000 Ali
Thieves, Part 4         Baba and the Forty
                        Thieves, Part 4
The Adventures of       New Story Fall 2000 The
Aladdin, Part 4         Adventures of Aladdin,
                        Part 4
Ali Baba and the Forty New Story Fall 2000 Ali
Thieves, Part 1         Baba and the Forty
                        Thieves, Part 1
Dana's Flower Garden, New Story Fall 2003 -
by Sandy Kemsley        Dana's Flower Garden -
                        from abcteach
Dopey Dennis, Part 2    New Story Fall 2000
                        Dopey Dennis, Part 2
Dopey Dennis, Part 2    New Story Fall 2000
                        Dopey Dennis, Part 2
Dopey Dennis, Part 3    New Story Fall 2000
                        Dopey Dennis, Part 3
Little Women, Part 8    New Story Fall 2000
                        Little Women, Part 8
Little Women, Part 5    New Story Fall 2000
                        Little Women, Part 5
Little Women, Part 7    New Story Fall 2000
                        Little Women, Part 7
The Unlucky Warrior,    New Story Spring 2001
Part 1                  The Unlucky Warrior,
                        Part 1
The Unlucky Warrior,    New Story Spring 2001
Part 2                  The Unlucky Warrior,
                        Part 2
The Adventures of       CMU99-TEST1 The
Reddy Fox, part 2       Adventures of Reddy
                        Fox, part 2 Thu-Jan-20-
                        15-05-57.467-2000
The Velveteen Rabbit CLONE The Velveteen
by Marjorie Williams    Rabbit by Marjorie
Part 2                  Williams Part 2 Fri-Jun-
                        30-16-03-40.640-2000
The Adventures of       CMU99-TEST1 The
Reddy Fox, part 5       Adventures of Reddy
                        Fox, part 5 Wed-Feb-16-
                        01-17-13.805-2000
Hansel and Grettel Part Hansel and Grettel Part
4                       4
The Adventures of       CMU99-TEST1 The
Reddy Fox, part 2       Adventures of Reddy
                        Fox, part 2 Thu-Jan-20-
                        15-05-57.467-2000
Sammy's Wish            New Story Fall 2003 -
                        Sammy's Wish from
                        abcteach
Hansel and Grettel Part Hansel and Grettel Part
3                       3
Exploring the Sea (The New Story Fall 2000
Waves and the Tide)     Exploring the Sea (The
                        Waves and the Tide)
Exploring the Sea (The New Story Fall 2000
Waves and the Tide)     Exploring the Sea (The
                        Waves and the Tide)
THE TALE OF PETER         CMU1999-09 THE
RABBIT BY BEATRIX         TALE OF PETER
POTTER                    RABBIT BY BEATRIX
                          POTTER Tue-Jun-13-17-
                          29-39.377-2000
Beauty and the Beast,     Beauty And The Beast,
Part 3                    Part 3
The Author of Dorothy     CMU99-TEST1 About
and the Wizard in Oz      the author of Dorothy
                          and the Wizard in Oz Fri-
                          Feb-18-14-43-07.110-
                          2000
More About the Author     CMU99-TEST1 More
of Dorothy and the        about the author of
Wizard in Oz              Dorothy and the Wizard
                          in Oz. Fri-Feb-18-14-54-
                          47.647-2000
The Velveteen Rabbit      CLONE The Velveteen
by Marjorie Williams      Rabbit by Marjorie
Part 1                    Williams Part 1 Fri-Jun-
                          30-15-12-05.812-2000
Skating Championship      CMU00-QUAKER-23
                          Skating Ch 172825.737
                          06282001
Insects: Masters of       New Story Fall 2000
Survival, Part 1          Insects Masters of
                          Survival, Part 1
The Brave Little Tailor   New Story Fall 2001 The
                          Brave Little Tailor

Booker T Washington,      New Story Fall 2000
Part 2                    Booker T Washington,
                          Part 2
Cheetahs                  Cheetahs
How Humans Use the        New Story Fall 2000
Ocean, Part 3             How Humans Use the
                          Ocean, Part 3
How Humans Use the        New Story Fall 2000
Ocean, Part 3             How Humans Use the
                          Ocean, Part 3
How Humans Use the        New Story Fall 2000
Ocean, Part 3             How Humans Use the
                          Ocean, Part 3
Short Vocabulary          PROTOTYPE Vocab
Activity                  Lesson Test Contexts
                          kid friendliness
Short Vocabulary          PROTOTYPE Vocab
Activity                  Lesson Test Contexts
                          kid friendliness
Short Vocabulary          PROTOTYPE Vocab
Activity                  Lesson Test Contexts
                          kid friendliness
A scientist walked     Butterflies
through a field.
Rumpelstiltzkin.       Rumpelstiltzkin

Jack and the Beanstalk, New Story Fall 2000
Part 1                  Jack and the Beanstalk,
                        Part 1
Jack and the Beanstalk, New Story Fall 2000
Part 3                  Jack and the Beanstalk,
                        Part 3
The Tale of Mulan, the New Story Fall 2000 The
Maiden Chief            Tale of Mulan
Beauty and the Beast, VOCAB BEAUTY AND
part 1                  THE BEAST PART 1

Insects: Masters of    New Story Fall 2000
Survival, Part 1       Insects Masters of
                       Survival, Part 1
Ali Baba and the Forty New Story Fall 2000 Ali
Thieves, Part 4        Baba and the Forty
                       Thieves, Part 4
Little Women, Part 11 New Story Fall 2000
                       Little Women, Part 11
The Velveteen Rabbit CLONE The Velveteen
by Marjorie Williams   Rabbit by Marjorie
Part 5                 Williams Part 5
                       141709.296 07062000
The Story of           VOCAB The Story of
Thumbelina, Part 4     Thumbelina Part 4
Duke Ellington, Great  New Story Spring 2001
Jazz Musician          Duke Ellington, Great
                       Jazz Musician
Duke Ellington, Great  New Story Spring 2001
Jazz Musician          Duke Ellington, Great
                       Jazz Musician
George Washington      New Story Fall 2000
Carver, Part 1         George Washingington
                       Carver, Part 1
The Solar System (9    New Story Fall 2000 The
Planets)               Solar System
Exploring the Sea (The New Story Fall 2000
Ocean Floor)           Exploring the Sea (The
                       Ocean Floor)
The Mouse, the Frog,   The Mouse the Frog and
and the Hawk           the Hawk
Dorothy and the Wizard CMU99-TEST1 Dorothy
in Oz, part 1          and the Wizard in Oz,
                       part 1 Thu-Feb-17-12-07-
                       38.246-2000
Ali Baba and the Forty  New Story Fall 2000 Ali
Thieves, Part 4         Baba and the Forty
                        Thieves, Part 4
The Hare and the        The Hare and the
Tortoise                Tortoise
Hansel and Grettel Part Hansel and Grettel Part
4                       4
Beauty and the Beast, Beauty And The Beast,
Part 3                  Part 3
The Tale of Mulan, the New Story Fall 2000 The
Maiden Chief            Tale of Mulan
The Underground         New Story Fall 2000 The
Railroad, Operation     Underground Railroad,
                        Operation
The Underground         New Story Fall 2000 The
Railroad, Early         Underground Railroad,
Antislavery             Early Antislavery

The Country Mouse and PROTOTYPE Country
the Town Mouse            Mouse auto-questions
                          new split screen
Pretty Mouse by Maud CLONE Pretty Mouse
Keary                     141920.796 07072000
The First Children's      CMU00-QUAKER-23
Television Shows          The First 151102.824
                          06282001
Krazy Kat and Other       CMU00-QUAKER-23
Cartoon Characters        Krazy Kat 165155.157
                          06282001
Leonard Bernstein was New Story Spring 2001
a pioneer in the field of Leonard Bernstein was
music.                    a pioneer in the field of
                          music
Life Under the Sea, Part New Story Fall 2000 Life
2                         Under the Sea, Part 2

The Unlucky Warrior,     New Story Spring 2001
Part 2                   The Unlucky Warrior,
                         Part 2
The First Earth Day      CMU00-QUAKER-23
                         The First 145336.366
                         06292001
St Patrick's Day         CMU00-QUAKER-23 St.
                         142756.833 06292001

St Patrick's Day         CMU00-QUAKER-23 St.
                         142756.833 06292001

The Adventures of Tom New Story Fall 2000 The
Sawyer, Part 2        Adventures of Tom
                      Sawyer, Part 2
Insects: Masters of     New Story Fall 2000
Survival, Part 1        Insects Masters of
                        Survival, Part 1
Ancient Architects of   New Story Fall 2000
the Mississippi, Part 3 Ancient Architects of the
                        Mississippi, Part 3
The Underground         New Story Fall 2000 The
Railroad, Operation     Underground Railroad,
                        Operation
CRUDE BLUE FLUTE! NEW SOUND STORY -
                        The Sound of the U in
                        Flute, Rude, and Yule.
                        Wed-Jun-14-17-37-
                        12.374-2000
Ancient Architects of   New Story Fall 2000
the Mississippi, Part 2 Ancient Architects of the
                        Mississippi, Part 2
Ali Baba and the Forty New Story Fall 2000 Ali
Thieves, Part 2         Baba and the Forty
                        Thieves, Part 2
Insects: Masters of     New Story Fall 2000
Survival, Part 2        Insects Masters of
                        Survival, Part 2
The Author of Dorothy CMU99-TEST1 About
and the Wizard in Oz    the author of Dorothy
                        and the Wizard in Oz Fri-
                        Feb-18-14-43-07.110-
                        2000
The Battle of           New Story Fall 2000 The
Gettysburg              Battle of Gettysburg

More About the Author    CMU99-TEST1 More
of Dorothy and the       about the author of
Wizard in Oz             Dorothy and the Wizard
                         in Oz. Fri-Feb-18-14-54-
                         47.647-2000
What Does Immigration New Story Fall 2000
Mean?                    What Does Immigration
                         Mean
Who Elects the           New Story Fall 2000
President?               Who Elects the
                         President
Bill Clinton's Inaugural New Story Fall 2000 Bill
Speech, Part 3           Clinton's Inaugural
                         Speech, Part 3
Cesar Chavez Part 1,     New Story Spring 2001
Growing Up and Getting Cesar Chavez Part 1,
Started                  Growing Up and Getting
                         Started
Beauty and the Beast, VOCAB BEAUTY AND
part 1                   THE BEAST PART 1
Hansel and Grettel Part Hansel and Grettel Part
4                       4
The Sick Lion           The Sick Lion

The Great Depression    New Story Fall 2000 The
                        Great Depression
Life in Space           Life in Space
The Battle of           New Story Fall 2000 The
Gettysburg              Battle of Gettysburg

Exploring the Sea (The New Story Fall 2000
Waves and the Tide)      Exploring the Sea (The
                         Waves and the Tide)
Bill Clinton's Inaugural New Story Fall 2000 Bill
Speech, Part 1           Clinton's Inaugural
                         Speech, Part 1
The Right to Vote, Part New Story Fall 2000 The
2                        Right to Vote, Part 2

The Life of Frederick    New Story Fall 2000 The
Douglass                 Life of Frederick
                         Douglass
Bill Clinton's Inaugural New Story Fall 2000 Bill
Speech, Part 3           Clinton's Inaugural
                         Speech, Part 3
Andrew Carnegie, Rags New Story Spring 2001
to Riches                Andrew Carnegie, Rags
                         to Riches
Immigration in           New Story Spring 2001
American History, The Immigration in American
Growing Nation           History, The Growing
                         Nation
Cinco de Mayo            New Story Fall 2003 -
                         Cinco de Mayo - from
                         abcteach
Booker T Washington, New Story Fall 2000
Part 2                   Booker T Washington,
                         Part 2
The Brave Little Tailor New Story Fall 2001 The
                         Brave Little Tailor
The Brave Little Tailor New Story Fall 2001 The
                         Brave Little Tailor
The Adventures of Tom New Story Spring 2001
Thumb                    The Adventures of Tom
                         Thumb
My Left and My Right     My Left and My Right
Who Rides the Bus?       New Story Spring 2004 -
                         Who Rides the Bus
The Adventures of        New Story Fall 2000 The
Aladdin, Part 4          Adventures of Aladdin,
                         Part 4
Dorothy and the Wizard CMU99-TEST1 Dorothy
in Oz, part 7          and the Wizard in Oz,
                       part 7 Thu-Feb-17-23-56-
                       43.585-2000

Life Under the Sea, Part New Story Fall 2000 Life
1                        Under the Sea, Part 1

How Humans Use the     New Story Fall 2000
Ocean, Part 3          How Humans Use the
                       Ocean, Part 3
Dorothy and the Wizard CMU99-TEST1 Dorothy
in Oz, part 4          and the Wizard in Oz,
                       part 4 Thu-Feb-17-13-52-
                       40.247-200

                       New Story Fall 2000 Bill
Bill Clinton's Inaugural
Speech, Part 3         Clinton's Inaugural
                       Speech, Part 3
Percussion Instruments CMU00-QUAKER-23
                       Percussion 171054.155
                       06282001

Cameras                CMU00-QUAKER-23
                       Cameras 151218.320
                       06292001
Every Day is Mother's New Story Fall 2003 -
Day                    Every Day is Mother's -
                       from abcteach
The Ant and the        CLONE The Ant and the
Chrysalis              Chrysalis Wed-Jun-28-
                       18-23-27.562-2000
The Story of           VOCAB The Story of
Thumbelina, Part 4     Thumbelina Part 4
Learn About the Past   Learn About the Past
Tense                  Tense
Learn About the Past   Learn About the Past
Tense                  Tense
Learn About the Past   Learn About the Past
Tense                  Tense
The Land My Uncle      SANDBOX THE LAND
Lives In, by Jack      MY UNCLE 151600.308
Mostow.                09272005
Exploring the Sea      New Story Fall 2000
(Multiple Layers)      Exploring the Sea
                       (Mulitple Layers)
Dorothy and the Wizard CMU99-TEST1 Dorothy
in Oz, part 5          and the Wizard in Oz,
                       part 5 Thu-Feb-17-14-15-
                       04.250-2000
Exploring the Sea         New Story Fall 2000
(Multiple Layers)         Exploring the Sea
                          (Mulitple Layers)
The Adventures of Tom     New Story Fall 2000 The
Sawyer, Part 6            Adventures of Tom
                          Sawyer, Part 6
Exploring the Sea         New Story Fall 2000
(Multiple Layers)         Exploring the Sea
                          (Mulitple Layers)
Organisms and Their       New Story Fall 2000
Environment, Part 2,      Organisms and Their
Kelp Forest               Environment, Part 2,
                          Kelp Forest
Exploring the Sea (The    New Story Fall 2000
Waves and the Tide)       Exploring the Sea (The
                          Waves and the Tide)
Severe Ocean Storms       VOA Severe Ocean
                          Storms
Exploring the Sea (The    New Story Fall 2000
Waves and the Tide)       Exploring the Sea (The
                          Waves and the Tide)
The Right to Vote, Part   New Story Fall 2000 The
2                         Right to Vote, Part 2

Birth of Jazz          VOA Birth of Jazz
Skating Championship   CMU00-QUAKER-23
                       Skating Ch 172825.737
                       06282001
Cesar Chavez Part 1,   New Story Spring 2001
Growing Up and Getting Cesar Chavez Part 1,
Started                Growing Up and Getting
                       Started
How a Quilt is Made    CMU00-QUAKER-23
                       How a Quil 154506.039
                       06292001
Square Dancing         CMU00-QUAKER-23
                       Square Dan 162942.220
                       06282001
Immigration in         New Story Spring 2001
American History, The Immigration in American
Great Surge            History, The Great
                       Surge
The Wonderful Waltz    CMU00-QUAKER-23
                       The Wonder
                       161501.353 06282001
The Wonderful Waltz    CMU00-QUAKER-23
                       The Wonder
                       161501.353 06282001
Birth of Jazz          VOA Birth of Jazz
Birth of Jazz          VOA Birth of Jazz
A scientist walked     Butterflies
through a field.
The Cat and Venus          CLONE The Cat and
                           Venus Thu-Jun-29-11-
                           39-53.062-2000
Rainbows                   New Story Fall 2003 -
                           Rainbows - from
                           abcteach
Bill Clinton's Inaugural   New Story Fall 2000 Bill
Speech, Part 3             Clinton's Inaugural
                           Speech, Part 3
Andrew Carnegie, Rags      New Story Spring 2001
to Riches                  Andrew Carnegie, Rags
                           to Riches
Andrew Carnegie,           New Story Spring 2001
Philanthropist             Andrew Carnegie,
                           Philanthropist
Beauty and the Beast,      VOCAB BEAUTY AND
part 1                     THE BEAST PART 1
The Adventures of          New Story Fall 2000 The
Aladdin, Part 4            Adventures of Aladdin,
                           Part 4
Women Pioneers in          New Story Fall 2000
American History           Women Pioneers in
                           American History
The Adventures of          New Story Fall 2000 The
Aladdin, Part 4            Adventures of Aladdin,
                           Part 4
Dopey Dennis, Part 3       New Story Fall 2000
                           Dopey Dennis, Part 3
What Does Immigration      New Story Fall 2000
Mean?                      What Does Immigration
                           Mean
Andrew Carnegie, Rags      New Story Spring 2001
to Riches                  Andrew Carnegie, Rags
                           to Riches
Andrew Carnegie,           New Story Spring 2001
Philanthropist             Andrew Carnegie,
                           Philanthropist
Andrew Carnegie, Rags      New Story Spring 2001
to Riches                  Andrew Carnegie, Rags
                           to Riches
Immigration in             New Story Spring 2001
American History, The      Immigration in American
Growing Nation             History, The Growing
                           Nation
Beauty And The Beast,      Beauty And The Beast,
Part 2                     Part 2
The Baseball Report        New Story Spring 2004 -
                           The Baseball Report
The Baseball Report        New Story Spring 2004 -
                           The Baseball Report
The Sound of the          NEW SOUND STORY--
Letters O U in OUT,       The Sound of the
LOUD, and FOUL            Letters O U in OUT,
                          LOUD, and FOUL
How Humans Use the        New Story Fall 2000
Ocean, Part 1             How Humans Use the
                          Ocean, Part 1
The Brave Little Tailor   New Story Fall 2001 The
                          Brave Little Tailor


Dorothy and the Wizard CMU99-TEST1 Dorothy
in Oz, part 6           and the Wizard in Oz,
                        part 6
Little Women, Part 7    New Story Fall 2000
                        Little Women, Part 7
The Adventures of       CMU99-TEST1 The
Reddy Fox, part 2       Adventures of Reddy
                        Fox, part 2 Thu-Jan-20-
                        15-05-57.467-2000
The Right to Vote, Part New Story Fall 2000 The
1                       Right to Vote, Part 1

Cesar Chavez Part 1,    New Story Spring 2001
Growing Up and Getting Cesar Chavez Part 1,
Started                 Growing Up and Getting
                        Started
Booker T Washington, New Story Fall 2000
Part 2                  Booker T Washington,
                        Part 2
The History of Marbles, copyright William Fricke
Part 1, by William      2004 -- The History of
Fricke                  Marbles Part 1

Little Women, Part 2      New Story Fall 2000
                          Little Women, Part 2


Ken Was the Best Vet    Word Building -- a m t s
                        diroflghucnkvbe
                        3
Yank Yank!              Word Building -- a m t s
                        diroflghucnkvbe
                        wy
Hansel and Grettel Part Hansel and Grettel Part
2                       2
George Washington       New Story Fall 2000
Carver, Part 2          George Washingington
                        Carver, Part 2
The Sound of the Letter NEW SOUND STORY--
U in CUTE, MULE, and The Sound of the Letter
USE                      U in CUTE, MULE, and
                         USE
Life Under the Sea, Part New Story Fall 2000 Life
4                        Under the Sea, Part 4

How the Porcupine Got New Story Fall 2003 -
His Quills              How the Porcupine Got
                        His Quills
Andrew Carnegie,        New Story Spring 2001 uses fund twice in two different senses
Philanthropist          Andrew Carnegie,
                        Philanthropist
Jack and the Beanstalk, New Story Fall 2000
Part 1                  Jack and the Beanstalk,
                        Part 1
The Adventures of       CMU99-TEST1 The
Reddy Fox, part 3       Adventures of Reddy
                        Fox, part 3Tue-Feb-15-
                        23-03-54.993-2000
Rosa Parks              New Story Fall 2003 -
                        Rosa Parks - from
                        abcteach
The Right to Vote, Part New Story Fall 2000 The
2                       Right to Vote, Part 2

World War Two            New Story Fall 2000
                         World War Two
The Tale of Mulan, the   New Story Fall 2000 The
Maiden Chief             Tale of Mulan
The Underground          New Story Fall 2000 The
Railroad, Early          Underground Railroad,
Antislavery              Early Antislavery

The Underground          New Story Fall 2000 The
Railroad, Early          Underground Railroad,
Antislavery              Early Antislavery

Cinco de Mayo            New Story Fall 2003 -
                         Cinco de Mayo - from
                         abcteach
Birth of Jazz            VOA Birth of Jazz
The Dove and the Ant     CLONE The Dove and
                         the Ant Thu-Jun-29-11-
                         31-51.781-2000
The Adventures of        New Story Fall 2000 The
Aladdin, Part 2          Adventures of Aladdin,
                         Part 2
Dopey Dennis, Part 3     New Story Fall 2000
                         Dopey Dennis, Part 3
Cinderella, Or The Little Cinderella Or The Little
Glass Slipper, Part 3     Glass Slipper Part 3

Dopey Dennis, Part 3     New Story Fall 2000
                         Dopey Dennis, Part 3
Dopey Dennis, Part 1     New Story Fall 2000
                         Dopey Dennis, Part 1
Dopey Dennis, Part 1     New Story Fall 2000
                         Dopey Dennis, Part 1
Pirate Mystery Part 7    CMU1999-09 Pirate
"Sally Finds a Handle"   Mystery Part 7 Sally
                         Finds a Handle Thu-Jun-
                         29-12-42-08.810-2000

ROBIN HOOD AND           New Story Spring 2001
LITTLE JOHN poem,        ROBIN HOOD AND
Part 2                   LITTLE JOHN poem,
                         Part 2
The Adventures of        CMU99-TEST1 The
Reddy Fox, part 4        Adventures of Reddy
                         Fox, part 4 Tue-Feb-15-
                         23-53-23.462-2000
More About the Author    CMU99-TEST1 More
of Dorothy and the       about the author of
Wizard in Oz             Dorothy and the Wizard
                         in Oz. Fri-Feb-18-14-54-
                         47.647-2000
Ali Baba and the Forty   New Story Fall 2000 Ali
Thieves, Part 1          Baba and the Forty
                         Thieves, Part 1
A scientist studied      Penguins in Antarctica
emperor penguins in
Antarctica.
Insects: Masters of       New Story Fall 2000
Survival, Part 2          Insects Masters of
                          Survival, Part 2
THE TALE OF PETER CMU1999-09 THE
RABBIT BY BEATRIX TALE OF PETER
POTTER                    RABBIT BY BEATRIX
                          POTTER Tue-Jun-13-17-
                          29-39.377-2000
Cinderella, Or The Little Cinderella Or The Little
Glass Slipper, Part 2     Glass Slipper Part 2

The Velveteen Rabbit     CLONE The Velveteen
by Marjorie Williams     Rabbit by Marjorie
Part 3                   Williams Part 3
                         133307.000 07062000
Christmas Day            CMU00-QUAKER-23
                         Christmas 144605.027
                         06292001
The Adventures of         New Story Fall 2000 The gazing and some other word have the same domain tag
Aladdin, Part 4           Adventures of Aladdin,
                          Part 4
Daffodils, by William     Daffodils by William
Wordsworth.               Wordsworth
Cinderella, Or The Little Cinderella Or The Little
Glass Slipper, Part 3     Glass Slipper Part 3

Hansel and Grettel Part Hansel and Grettel Part
3                       3
The Boy and the Nettles The Boy and the Nettles

The Adventures of      New Story Fall 2000 The
Aladdin, Part 4        Adventures of Aladdin,
                       Part 4
Dorothy and the Wizard CMU99-TEST1 Dorothy
in Oz, part 8          and the Wizard in Oz,
                       part 8 Fri-Feb-18-11-31-
                       44.168-2000

The Brave Little Tailor   New Story Fall 2001 The
                          Brave Little Tailor
The Story of              VOCAB The Story of
Thumbelina, Part 4        Thumbelina Part 4
The Velveteen Rabbit CLONE The Velveteen
by Marjorie Williams      Rabbit by Marjorie
Part 2                    Williams Part 2 Fri-Jun-
                          30-16-03-40.640-2000
The Story of              VOCAB The Story of
Thumbelina, Part 4        Thumbelina Part 4
Stealing Jack by          copyright Katherine
Katherine Ayres           Ayres 2004 -- Stealing
                          Jack
Cinderella, Or The Little Cinderella Or The Little
Glass Slipper, Part 2     Glass Slipper Part 2

The Adventures of         CMU99-TEST1 THE
Reddy Fox, by Thornton ADVENTURES OF
W Burgess                 REDDY FOX BY
                          THORNTON W. Wed-
                          Jan-19-14-55-19.833-
                          2000
Daffodils, by William     Daffodils by William
Wordsworth.               Wordsworth
The Adventures of         New Story Fall 2000 The
Aladdin, Part 3           Adventures of Aladdin,
                          Part 3
Cinderella, Or The Little Cinderella Or The Little
Glass Slipper, Part 3     Glass Slipper Part 3
The Princess and the     VOCAB The Princess         Need omitted sense (surprise sense)
Pea, by Hans Christian   and the Pea
Andersen
Dorothy and the Wizard   CMU99-TEST1 Dorothy
in Oz, part 8            and the Wizard in Oz,
                         part 8 Fri-Feb-18-11-31-
                         44.168-2000

Dopey Dennis, Part 1     New Story Fall 2000
                         Dopey Dennis, Part 1
The Mouse, the Frog,     The Mouse the Frog and
and the Hawk             the Hawk
The Dust Bowl            New Story Fall 2000 The
                         Dust Bowl
The Underground          New Story Fall 2000 The
Railroad, Early          Underground Railroad,
Antislavery              Early Antislavery

Jane Addams Part 3,      New Story Spring 2001
The Peacemaker           Jane Addams Part 3,
                         The Peacemaker
The Underground          New Story Fall 2000 The
Railroad, Early          Underground Railroad,
Antislavery              Early Antislavery

Life Under the Sea, Part New Story Fall 2000 Life
2                        Under the Sea, Part 2

Exploring the Sea (The New Story Fall 2000
Ocean Floor)            Exploring the Sea (The
                        Ocean Floor)
Dorothy and the Wizard CMU99-TEST1 Dorothy
in Oz, part 3           and the Wizard in Oz,
                        part 3
The Brave Little Tailor New Story Fall 2001 The
                        Brave Little Tailor
The Story of            VOCAB The Story of
Thumbelina, Part 2,     Thumbelina Part 2
Saved by the Fish
The Right to Vote, Part New Story Fall 2000 The
2                       Right to Vote, Part 2

The Talkative TortoiseCMU99-TEST1 The
                      Talkative Tortoise Wed-
                      Jan-12-13-17-11.307-
                      2000
The Adventures of Tom New Story Fall 2000 The
Sawyer, Part 4        Adventures of Tom
                      Sawyer, Part 4
Wind Instruments      CMU00-QUAKER-23
                      Wind Instr 170235.758
                      06282001
The Unlucky Warrior,      New Story Spring 2001
Part 2                    The Unlucky Warrior,
                          Part 2
The Bill of Rights        New Story Fall 2000 The
                          Bill of Rights
The Brave Little Tailor   New Story Fall 2001 The
                          Brave Little Tailor

The Sound of the Letter NEW SOUND STORY -
I in FIGHT, SIGN and    The Sound of the Letter
FLIGHT.                 I in FIGHT, SIGN AND
                        FLIGHT
Ali Baba and the Forty New Story Fall 2000 Ali
Thieves, Part 1         Baba and the Forty
                        Thieves, Part 1
The Underground         New Story Fall 2000 The
Railroad, Introduction  Underground Railroad,
                        Introduction
Women Pioneers in       New Story Fall 2000
American History        Women Pioneers in
                        American History
Booker T Washington, New Story Fall 2000
Part 2                  Booker T Washington,
                        Part 2
Little Women, Part 1    New Story Fall 2000
                        Little Women, Part 1
Little Women, Part 11 New Story Fall 2000
                        Little Women, Part 11
Sammy's Wish            New Story Fall 2003 -
                        Sammy's Wish from
                        abcteach
The Velveteen Rabbit CLONE The Velveteen
by Marjorie Williams    Rabbit by Marjorie
Part 2                  Williams Part 2 Fri-Jun-
                        30-16-03-40.640-2000
Jack and the Beanstalk, New Story Fall 2000
Part 1                  Jack and the Beanstalk,
                        Part 1
The Brave Little Tailor New Story Fall 2001 The
                        Brave Little Tailor

The Adventures of Tom New Story Fall 2000 The
Sawyer, Part 3         Adventures of Tom
                       Sawyer, Part 3
The Adventures of      New Story Fall 2000 The
Aladdin, Part 2        Adventures of Aladdin,
                       Part 2
Pirate Mystery Part 7  CMU1999-09 Pirate
"Sally Finds a Handle" Mystery Part 7 Sally
                       Finds a Handle Thu-Jun-
                       29-12-42-08.810-2000
Insects: Masters of      New Story Fall 2000
Survival, Part 2         Insects Masters of
                         Survival, Part 2
World War Two            New Story Fall 2000
                         World War Two
Lightning Storms         Lightning Storms
The Mouse, the Frog,     The Mouse the Frog and
and the Hawk             the Hawk
Noise is all around you. Noise is all around you

Noise is all around you. Noise is all around you

Noise is all around you. Noise is all around you

Noise is all around you. Noise is all around you

Noise is all around you. Noise is all around you

Noise is all around you. Noise is all around you

The Wolf in Sheep's       The Wolf in Sheep's
Clothing                  Clothing
Spider Facts              New Story Fall 2003 -
                          Spider Facts
Spider Facts              New Story Fall 2003 -
                          Spider Facts
How Humans Use the New Story Fall 2000
Ocean, Part 4             How Humans Use the
                          Ocean, Part 4
How Humans Use the New Story Fall 2000
Ocean, Part 4             How Humans Use the
                          Ocean, Part 4
How Humans Use the New Story Fall 2000
Ocean, Part 4             How Humans Use the
                          Ocean, Part 4
Dopey Dennis, Part 3      New Story Fall 2000
                          Dopey Dennis, Part 3
Dopey Dennis, Part 1      New Story Fall 2000
                          Dopey Dennis, Part 1
Does Watching             VOA Does Watching
Television Harm a         Television Harm a
Child's Ability to Learn? Child's Ability to Learn

The Brave Little Tailor New Story Fall 2001 The
                        Brave Little Tailor
The Brave Little Tailor New Story Fall 2001 The
                        Brave Little Tailor
Cesar Chavez Part 1,    New Story Spring 2001
Growing Up and Getting Cesar Chavez Part 1,
Started                 Growing Up and Getting
                        Started
Cesar Chavez Part 1,   New Story Spring 2001
Growing Up and Getting Cesar Chavez Part 1,
Started                Growing Up and Getting
                       Started
Ali Baba and the Forty New Story Fall 2000 Ali
Thieves, Part 4        Baba and the Forty
                       Thieves, Part 4
The Adventures of      New Story Fall 2000 The
Aladdin, Part 4        Adventures of Aladdin,
                       Part 4
The Adventures of      New Story Fall 2000 The
Aladdin, Part 4        Adventures of Aladdin,
                       Part 4
Dorothy and the Wizard CMU99-TEST1 Dorothy
in Oz, part 8          and the Wizard in Oz,
                       part 8 Fri-Feb-18-11-31-
                       44.168-2000

                        VOCAB CINDERELLA
Cinderella, or the Little
Glass Slipper, part 1   OR THE LITTLE
                        GLASS SLIPPER PART
                        1
Sandy's Refrigerator by copyright Katherine
Katherine Ayres         Ayres 2004 -- Sandy's
                        Refrigerator
The Author of Dorothy CMU99-TEST1 About
and the Wizard in Oz    the author of Dorothy
                        and the Wizard in Oz Fri-
                        Feb-18-14-43-07.110-
                        2000
George Washington       New Story Fall 2000
Carver, Part 1          George Washingington
                        Carver, Part 1
The Adventures of       CMU99-TEST1 The
Reddy Fox, part 4       Adventures of Reddy
                        Fox, part 4 Tue-Feb-15-
                        23-53-23.462-2000
Jack and the Beanstalk, New Story Fall 2000
Part 1                  Jack and the Beanstalk,
                        Part 1
Jack and the Beanstalk, New Story Fall 2000
Part 1                  Jack and the Beanstalk,
                        Part 1
Dopey Dennis, Part 3    New Story Fall 2000
                        Dopey Dennis, Part 3

The Adventures of Tom New Story Spring 2001
Thumb                 The Adventures of Tom
                      Thumb
The Velveteen Rabbit      CLONE The Velveteen
by Marjorie Williams      Rabbit by Marjorie
Part 1                    Williams Part 1 Fri-Jun-
                          30-15-12-05.812-2000
George Washington         New Story Fall 2000
Carver, Part 1            George Washingington
                          Carver, Part 1
Just Let Me Draw!         New Story Fall 2003 -
                          Just Let Me Draw! -
                          from abcteach
Rumpelstiltzkin.          Rumpelstiltzkin
Bill Clinton's Inaugural New Story Fall 2000 Bill
Speech, Part 1            Clinton's Inaugural
                          Speech, Part 1
Write Your Own Story CMU99-TEST1 Write
                          Your Own Story-With a
                          title Mon-May-22-11-01-
                          46.952-2000
Andrew Carnegie,          New Story Spring 2001
Philanthropist            Andrew Carnegie,
                          Philanthropist
Jane Addams Part 2,       New Story Spring 2001
Opportunities at the Hull Jane Addams Part 2,
House                     Opportunities at the Hull
                          House
Cesar Chavez Part 1,      New Story Spring 2001
Growing Up and Getting Cesar Chavez Part 1,
Started                   Growing Up and Getting
                          Started
Cameras                   CMU00-QUAKER-23
                          Cameras 151218.320
                          06292001
Create A Story About      CMU99-TEST1 Write a
The Future                Story About the Future
                          Mon-May-22-17-09-
                          51.007-2000
Cinderella, Or The Little Cinderella Or The Little
Glass Slipper, Part 2     Glass Slipper Part 2

Ali Baba and the Forty    New Story Fall 2000 Ali
Thieves, Part 3           Baba and the Forty
                          Thieves, Part 3
The New Deal              New Story Fall 2000 The
                          New Deal
Little Women, Part 2      New Story Fall 2000
                          Little Women, Part 2
Cinderella, Or The Little Cinderella Or The Little
Glass Slipper, Part 2     Glass Slipper Part 2

Sammy's Wish             New Story Fall 2003 -
                         Sammy's Wish from
                         abcteach
Cinderella, Or The Little Cinderella Or The Little
Glass Slipper, Part 2     Glass Slipper Part 2

Cinderella, Or The Little Cinderella Or The Little
Glass Slipper, Part 3     Glass Slipper Part 3

Cinderella, Or The Little Cinderella Or The Little
Glass Slipper, Part 3     Glass Slipper Part 3

Cinderella, Or The Little Cinderella Or The Little
Glass Slipper, Part 3     Glass Slipper Part 3

Ancient Architects of   New Story Fall 2000
the Mississippi, Part 3 Ancient Architects of the
                        Mississippi, Part 3
Insects: Masters of     New Story Fall 2000
Survival, Part 1        Insects Masters of
                        Survival, Part 1
The Solar System (9     New Story Fall 2000 The
Planets)                Solar System
Ancient Architects of   New Story Fall 2000
the Mississippi, Part 3 Ancient Architects of the
                        Mississippi, Part 3
What Does Immigration New Story Fall 2000
Mean?                   What Does Immigration
                        Mean
What Does Immigration New Story Fall 2000
Mean?                   What Does Immigration
                        Mean




Immigration in            New Story Spring 2001
American History, The     Immigration in American
Growing Nation            History, The Growing
                          Nation
Immigration in            New Story Spring 2001
American History, The Immigration in American
Great Surge               History, The Great
                          Surge
Immigration in            New Story Spring 2001
American History, The Immigration in American
Growing Nation            History, The Growing
                          Nation
Jane Addams Part 2,       New Story Spring 2001
Opportunities at the Hull Jane Addams Part 2,
House                     Opportunities at the Hull
                          House
Immigration in          New Story Spring 2001
American History, The   Immigration in American
Great Surge             History, The Great
                        Surge
Jane Addams Part 1,     New Story Spring 2001
The Good Work She       Jane Addams Part 1,
Did                     The Good Work She Did

Immigration in         New Story Spring 2001
American History, The  Immigration in American
Great Surge            History, The Great
                       Surge
History of Halloween   New Story Fall 2003 -
                       History of Halloween -
                       from abcteach
Immigration in         New Story Spring 2001
American History, The Immigration in American
Great Surge            History, The Great
                       Surge
Immigration in         New Story Spring 2001
American History, The Immigration in American
Great Surge            History, The Great
                       Surge
How Humans Use the New Story Fall 2000
Ocean, Part 3          How Humans Use the
                       Ocean, Part 3
How Humans Use the New Story Fall 2000
Ocean, Part 2          How Humans Use the
                       Ocean, Part 2
How Humans Use the New Story Fall 2000
Ocean, Part 1          How Humans Use the
                       Ocean, Part 1
How Humans Use the New Story Fall 2000
Ocean, Part 1          How Humans Use the
                       Ocean, Part 1
How Humans Use the New Story Fall 2000
Ocean, Part 2          How Humans Use the
                       Ocean, Part 2
Insects: Masters of    New Story Fall 2000
Survival, Part 1       Insects Masters of
                       Survival, Part 1
The Solar System (9    New Story Fall 2000 The
Planets)               Solar System
Cesar Chavez Part 1,   New Story Spring 2001
Growing Up and Getting Cesar Chavez Part 1,
Started                Growing Up and Getting
                       Started
Little Women, Part 2   New Story Fall 2000
                       Little Women, Part 2
THE TALE OF PETER         CMU1999-09 THE
RABBIT BY BEATRIX         TALE OF PETER
POTTER                    RABBIT BY BEATRIX
                          POTTER Tue-Jun-13-17-
                          29-39.377-2000
The Adventures of Tom New Story Fall 2000 The
Sawyer, Part 4            Adventures of Tom
                          Sawyer, Part 4
Ancient Architects of     New Story Fall 2000
the Mississippi, Part 2 Ancient Architects of the
                          Mississippi, Part 2
Cinderella, Or The Little Cinderella Or The Little
Glass Slipper, Part 3     Glass Slipper Part 3

The Adventures of          New Story Fall 2000 The
Aladdin, Part 2            Adventures of Aladdin,
                           Part 2
The Solar System (9        New Story Fall 2000 The
Planets)                   Solar System
Duke Ellington, Great      New Story Spring 2001
Jazz Musician              Duke Ellington, Great
                           Jazz Musician
Ali Baba and the Forty     New Story Fall 2000 Ali
Thieves, Part 2            Baba and the Forty
                           Thieves, Part 2
The Battle of              New Story Fall 2000 The
Gettysburg                 Battle of Gettysburg

George Washington       New Story Fall 2000
Carver, Part 2          George Washingington
                        Carver, Part 2
The Right to Vote, Part New Story Fall 2000 The
1                       Right to Vote, Part 1

Bill Clinton's Inaugural   New Story Fall 2000 Bill
Speech, Part 1             Clinton's Inaugural
                           Speech, Part 1
Flag Day Celebrated        CMU00-QUAKER-23
                           Flag Day C 150539.616
                           06292001
Booker T Washington,       New Story Fall 2000
Part 2                     Booker T Washington,
                           Part 2
Flag Day Celebrated        CMU00-QUAKER-23
                           Flag Day C 150539.616
                           06292001
Booker T Washington,       New Story Fall 2000
Part 1                     Booker T Washington,
                           Part 1
Independence by John   CMU99-TEST1
Farrar                 Independence Wed-Feb-
                       16-00-53-23.358-2000

The Gold in the         VOCAB THE GOLD IN
Orchard                 THE ORCHARD
THE GOLD IN THE         CMU99-TEST1 THE
ORCHARD                 GOLD IN THE
                        ORCHARD Mon-Feb-21-
                        22-07-13.838-2000
Jack and the Beanstalk, New Story Fall 2000
Part 3                  Jack and the Beanstalk,
                        Part 3
The Bill of Rights      New Story Fall 2000 The
                        Bill of Rights
Thomas Alva Edison’s New Story Spring 2001
Failed Inventions       Thomas Alva Edison’s
                        Failed Inventions
What Does it Take to    New Story Fall 2000
be President?           What Does it Take to be
                        President
Science Fiction Hall of VOA Science Fiction
Fame and Museum         Hall of Fame and
                        Museum
Booker T Washington, New Story Fall 2000
Part 1                  Booker T Washington,
                        Part 1
Booker T Washington, New Story Fall 2000
Part 2                  Booker T Washington,
                        Part 2
The Right to Vote, Part New Story Fall 2000 The
2                       Right to Vote, Part 2

Booker T Washington,  New Story Fall 2000
Part 2                Booker T Washington,
                      Part 2
The Bill of Rights    New Story Fall 2000 The
                      Bill of Rights
Kyle Invents a Cookie New Story Fall 2003 -
                      Kyle Invents a Cookie
Organisms and Their   New Story Fall 2000
Environment, Part 2,  Organisms and Their
Kelp Forest           Environment, Part 2,
                      Kelp Forest
Write Your Own Recipe CMU1999-09 Write
                      Your Own Recipe Fri-
                      Jun-23-15-25-07.956-
                      2000
How to Make Cookies CMU99-TEST1 How to
by Emily Mostow.      Make Cookies Wed-Jun-
                      21-17-06-19.465-2000
Create a Story About       CREATE a Story About
Making Dinner              Making Dinner
Racecars and               New Story Fall 2003 -
Cupcakes                   Racecars and Cupcakes

Carolyn Bakes Cookies New Story Fall 2003 -
                      Carolyn Bakes Cookies -
                      from abcteach

Bill Clinton's Inaugural   New Story Fall 2000 Bill
Speech, Part 1             Clinton's Inaugural
                           Speech, Part 1
How Humans Use the         New Story Fall 2000
Ocean, Part 1              How Humans Use the
                           Ocean, Part 1
The Battle of              New Story Fall 2000 The
Gettysburg                 Battle of Gettysburg

Dorothy and the Wizard CMU99-TEST1 Dorothy
in Oz, part 8          and the Wizard in Oz,
                       part 8 Fri-Feb-18-11-31-
                       44.168-2000

Town Meeting             CLONE Town Meeting
                         161307.250 07102000
George Washington        New Story Fall 2000
Carver, Part 1           George Washingington
                         Carver, Part 1
Just Let Me Draw!        New Story Fall 2003 -
                         Just Let Me Draw! -
                         from abcteach
The Father and His       CLONE The Father and
Two Daughters            His Two Daughters Thu-
                         Jun-29-11-50-34.656-
                         2000
Booker T Washington, New Story Fall 2000
Part 2                   Booker T Washington,
                         Part 2
Rosa Parks               CMU00-QUAKER-23
                         Rosa Parks 174443.082
                         06282001
Rosa Parks               New Story Fall 2003 -
                         Rosa Parks - from
                         abcteach
Cesar Chavez Part 2,     New Story Spring 2001
Making a Better Life for Cesar Chavez Part 2,
Farmers                  Making a Better Life for
                         Farmers
Jane Addams Part 1,      New Story Spring 2001
The Good Work She        Jane Addams Part 1,
Did                      The Good Work She Did
Booker T Washington,      New Story Fall 2000
Part 2                    Booker T Washington,
                          Part 2
Cesar Chavez Part 2,      New Story Spring 2001
Making a Better Life for Cesar Chavez Part 2,
Farmers                   Making a Better Life for
                          Farmers
Leonard Bernstein was New Story Spring 2001
a pioneer in the field of Leonard Bernstein was
music.                    a pioneer in the field of
                          music
Why Do Dogs Chase         CMU99-TEST1 Why do
Cats?                     dogs chase cats Wed-
                          Feb-16-12-19-47.214-
                          2000
The History of Marbles, copyright William Fricke
Part 1, by William        2004 -- The History of
Fricke                    Marbles Part 1

Asteroids and Comets,     New Story Fall 2000
from NASA                 Asteroids and Comets
What Causes the Loud      CMU99-TEST1 What
Noise in Thunder?         causes the loud noise in
                          thunder Wed-Feb-16-11-
                          21-32.359-2000
Beauty and the Beast,     VOCAB BEAUTY AND
part 1                    THE BEAST PART 1

Cinderella, Or The Little Cinderella Or The Little
Glass Slipper, Part 3     Glass Slipper Part 3

Organisms and Their       New Story Fall 2000
Environment, Part 4,      Organisms and Their
Organizing Organisms      Environment, Part 4,
                          Organizing Organisms
Organisms and Their       New Story Fall 2000
Environment, Part 1,      Organisms and Their
Counting                  Environment, Part 1,
                          Counting
George Washington         New Story Fall 2000
Carver, Part 1            George Washingington
                          Carver, Part 1
Christopher Columbus New Story Fall 2003 -
                          Christopher Columbus -
                          from abcteach
Leonard Bernstein was New Story Spring 2001
a pioneer in the field of Leonard Bernstein was
music.                    a pioneer in the field of
                          music
George Washington         New Story Fall 2000
Carver, Part 1            George Washingington
                          Carver, Part 1
Dale Earnhardt            New Story Fall 2003 -
                          Dale Earnhardt - from
                          abcteach
The Solar System (9       New Story Fall 2000 The
Planets)                  Solar System
The Solar System (9       New Story Fall 2000 The
Planets)                  Solar System
The Solar System (9       New Story Fall 2000 The
Planets)                  Solar System
The Solar System (9       New Story Fall 2000 The
Planets)                  Solar System
Who Elects the            New Story Fall 2000
President?                Who Elects the
                          President
World War Two             New Story Fall 2000
                          World War Two
Insects: Masters of       New Story Fall 2000
Survival, Part 2          Insects Masters of
                          Survival, Part 2
Organisms and Their       New Story Fall 2000
Environment, Part 1,      Organisms and Their
Counting                  Environment, Part 1,
                          Counting
The Adventures of         New Story Fall 2000 The
Aladdin, Part 4           Adventures of Aladdin,
                          Part 4
Cinderella, Or The Little Cinderella Or The Little
Glass Slipper, Part 2     Glass Slipper Part 2

The Robin, by Ellen        CMU99-TEST1 The
Robena Field               Robin by Ellen Robena
                           Field Mon-Feb-21-15-35-
                           12.616-2000
Women Pioneers in          New Story Fall 2000
American History           Women Pioneers in
                           American History
Ali Baba and the Forty     New Story Fall 2000 Ali
Thieves, Part 4            Baba and the Forty
                           Thieves, Part 4
Women Pioneers in          New Story Fall 2000
American History           Women Pioneers in
                           American History
Bill Clinton's Inaugural   New Story Fall 2000 Bill
Speech, Part 3             Clinton's Inaugural
                           Speech, Part 3
The Solar System (9        New Story Fall 2000 The
Planets)                   Solar System
ROBIN HOOD AND             New Story Spring 2001
LITTLE JOHN poem,          ROBIN HOOD AND
Part 1                     LITTLE JOHN poem,
                           Part 1
The Brave Little Tailor   New Story Fall 2001 The
                          Brave Little Tailor
The Underground           New Story Fall 2000 The
Railroad, Introduction    Underground Railroad,
                          Introduction
Beauty and the Beast,     Beauty And The Beast,
Part 3                    Part 3
Beauty and the Beast,     Beauty And The Beast,
Part 3                    Part 3
The Great Depression      New Story Fall 2000 The
                          Great Depression
The Adventures of Tom     New Story Fall 2000 The
Sawyer, Part 6            Adventures of Tom
                          Sawyer, Part 6
George Washington         New Story Fall 2000
Carver, Part 1            George Washingington
                          Carver, Part 1
What Does Immigration     New Story Fall 2000
Mean?                     What Does Immigration
                          Mean
Cesar Chavez Part 1,      New Story Spring 2001
Growing Up and Getting    Cesar Chavez Part 1,
Started                   Growing Up and Getting
                          Started
Cesar Chavez Part 1,      New Story Spring 2001
Growing Up and Getting    Cesar Chavez Part 1,
Started                   Growing Up and Getting
                          Started
Immigration in            New Story Spring 2001
American History, The     Immigration in American
Growing Nation            History, The Growing
                          Nation
Cesar Chavez Part 1,      New Story Spring 2001
Growing Up and Getting    Cesar Chavez Part 1,
Started                   Growing Up and Getting
                          Started
Jane Addams Part 1,       New Story Spring 2001
The Good Work She         Jane Addams Part 1,
Did                       The Good Work She Did

Jane Addams Part 1,       New Story Spring 2001
The Good Work She         Jane Addams Part 1,
Did                       The Good Work She Did

Cesar Chavez Part 2,     New Story Spring 2001
Making a Better Life for Cesar Chavez Part 2,
Farmers                  Making a Better Life for
                         Farmers
Dorothy and the Wizard CMU99-TEST1 Dorothy
in Oz, part 7          and the Wizard in Oz,
                       part 7 Thu-Feb-17-23-56-
                       43.585-2000

The Brave Little Tailor   New Story Fall 2001 The
                          Brave Little Tailor
Earth Sciences, from      New Story Fall 2000
NASA's Jet Propulsion     Earth Sciences
Laboratory
The Battle of             New Story Fall 2000 The
Gettysburg                Battle of Gettysburg

Asteroids and Comets,   New Story Fall 2000
from NASA               Asteroids and Comets
Ancient Architects of   New Story Fall 2000
the Mississippi, Part 1 Ancient Architects of the
                        Mississippi, Part 1
Ancient Architects of   New Story Fall 2000
the Mississippi, Part 3 Ancient Architects of the
                        Mississippi, Part 3
Flag Day Celebrated     CMU00-QUAKER-23
                        Flag Day C 150539.616
                        06292001
Stringed Instruments    CMU00-QUAKER-23
                        Stringed I 172017.154
                        06282001
The Right to Vote, Part New Story Fall 2000 The
1                       Right to Vote, Part 1

The Right to Vote, Part New Story Fall 2000 The
1                       Right to Vote, Part 1

Jane Addams Part 1,       New Story Spring 2001
The Good Work She         Jane Addams Part 1,
Did                       The Good Work She Did

The Adventures of Tom New Story Fall 2000 The
Sawyer, Part 4         Adventures of Tom
                       Sawyer, Part 4
The Fox and the        CLONE The Fox and
Grapes                 the Grapes Thu-Jun-29-
                       11-56-26.843-2000
The Velveteen Rabbit CLONE The Velveteen
by Marjorie Williams   Rabbit by Marjorie
Part 1                 Williams Part 1 Fri-Jun-
                       30-15-12-05.812-2000
Spring Thaw by         copyright Katherine
Katherine Ayres        Ayres 2004 -- Spring
                       Thaw
The Tale of Mulan, the New Story Fall 2000 The
Maiden Chief           Tale of Mulan
World War Two              New Story Fall 2000
                           World War Two
George Washington          New Story Fall 2000
Carver, Part 2             George Washingington
                           Carver, Part 2
Elaine McCain Who          New Story Spring 2001 OMIT sound stories?
Came From Spain            Elaine McCain Who
                           Came From Spain
Elaine McCain Who          New Story Spring 2001
Came From Spain            Elaine McCain Who
                           Came From Spain
The Brave Little Tailor    New Story Fall 2001 The
                           Brave Little Tailor
The Talkative Tortoise     CMU99-TEST1 The
                           Talkative Tortoise Wed-
                           Jan-12-13-17-11.307-
                           2000
More About the Author      CMU99-TEST1 More
of Dorothy and the         about the author of
Wizard in Oz               Dorothy and the Wizard
                           in Oz. Fri-Feb-18-14-54-
                           47.647-2000
The Author of Dorothy      CMU99-TEST1 About
and the Wizard in Oz       the author of Dorothy
                           and the Wizard in Oz Fri-
                           Feb-18-14-43-07.110-
                           2000
The Author of Dorothy      CMU99-TEST1 About
and the Wizard in Oz       the author of Dorothy
                           and the Wizard in Oz Fri-
                           Feb-18-14-43-07.110-
                           2000
The Author of Dorothy      CMU99-TEST1 About
and the Wizard in Oz       the author of Dorothy
                           and the Wizard in Oz Fri-
                           Feb-18-14-43-07.110-
                           2000
Bill Clinton's Inaugural   New Story Fall 2000 Bill
Speech, Part 2             Clinton's Inaugural
                           Speech, Part 2
Hansel and Grettel Part    Hansel and Grettel Part
2                          2
The Adventures of Tom      New Story Fall 2000 The
Sawyer, Part 4             Adventures of Tom
                           Sawyer, Part 4
The Adventures of Tom      New Story Spring 2001
Thumb                      The Adventures of Tom
                           Thumb
Jack and the Beanstalk,    New Story Fall 2000
Part 1                     Jack and the Beanstalk,
                           Part 1
Little Women, Part 7    New Story Fall 2000
                        Little Women, Part 7
The Velveteen Rabbit CLONE The Velveteen
by Marjorie Williams    Rabbit by Marjorie
Part 1                  Williams Part 1 Fri-Jun-
                        30-15-12-05.812-2000
A young fawn once said The Fawn and His
to his Mother, "You are Mother
larger than a dog, and
swifter, and more used
to running, and you
have your horns as a
defense;
George Washington       New Story Fall 2000
Carver, Part 1          George Washingington
                        Carver, Part 1
Short Vocabulary        PROTOTYPE Vocab
Activity                Lesson Test Contexts
                        kid friendliness
Ali Baba and the Forty New Story Fall 2000 Ali
Thieves, Part 3         Baba and the Forty
                        Thieves, Part 3
Ali Baba and the Forty New Story Fall 2000 Ali
Thieves, Part 4         Baba and the Forty
                        Thieves, Part 4
Ali Baba and the Forty New Story Fall 2000 Ali
Thieves, Part 3         Baba and the Forty
                        Thieves, Part 3
Ali Baba and the Forty New Story Fall 2000 Ali
Thieves, Part 3         Baba and the Forty
                        Thieves, Part 3
The Adventures of       New Story Fall 2000 The
Aladdin, Part 4         Adventures of Aladdin,
                        Part 4
Ali Baba and the Forty New Story Fall 2000 Ali
Thieves, Part 4         Baba and the Forty
                        Thieves, Part 4
The Adventures of       New Story Fall 2000 The
Aladdin, Part 4         Adventures of Aladdin,
                        Part 4
The Adventures of       New Story Fall 2000 The
Aladdin, Part 4         Adventures of Aladdin,
                        Part 4
Beauty and the Beast, VOCAB BEAUTY AND
part 1                  THE BEAST PART 1
Beauty and the Beast, Beauty And The Beast,
Part 3                  Part 3
Insects: Masters of     New Story Fall 2000
Survival, Part 2        Insects Masters of
                        Survival, Part 2
The Life of Frederick  New Story Fall 2000 The
Douglass               Life of Frederick
                       Douglass
Dorothy and the Wizard CMU99-TEST1 Dorothy
in Oz, part 2          and the Wizard in Oz,
                       part 2 Thu-Feb-17-13-05-
                       57.668-2000

Beneath the Sea         New Story Fall 2001
                        Beneath the Sea
Little Women, Part 8    New Story Fall 2000
                        Little Women, Part 8
The Story of Hyacinth   New Story Fall 2001 The
and Apollo, by Emily    Story of Hyacinth
Keary
ROBIN HOOD AND          New Story Spring 2001
LITTLE JOHN poem,       ROBIN HOOD AND
Part 1                  LITTLE JOHN poem,
                        Part 1
Booker T Washington,    New Story Fall 2000
Part 2                  Booker T Washington,
                        Part 2
Insects: Masters of     New Story Fall 2000
Survival, Part 1        Insects Masters of
                        Survival, Part 1
Rumpelstiltzkin.        Rumpelstiltzkin

Jack and the Beanstalk, New Story Fall 2000
Part 3                   Jack and the Beanstalk,
                         Part 3
Beauty And The Beast, Beauty And The Beast,
Part 2                   Part 2
Beauty and the Beast, VOCAB BEAUTY AND
part 1                   THE BEAST PART 1
Beauty And The Beast, Beauty And The Beast,
Part 2                   Part 2
The Solar System (9      New Story Fall 2000 The
Planets)                 Solar System
Bill Clinton's Inaugural New Story Fall 2000 Bill
Speech, Part 1           Clinton's Inaugural
                         Speech, Part 1
Cars                     CMU00-QUAKER-23
                         Cars 152513.454
                         06292001
Little Women, Part 7     New Story Fall 2000
                         Little Women, Part 7
Pretty Mouse by Maud CLONE Pretty Mouse
Keary                    141920.796 07072000
The Fox and the          CLONE The Fox and
Grapes                   the Grapes Thu-Jun-29-
                         11-56-26.843-2000
Cinderella, Or The Little Cinderella Or The Little
Glass Slipper, Part 3     Glass Slipper Part 3

Bill Clinton's Inaugural    New Story Fall 2000 Bill
Speech, Part 1              Clinton's Inaugural
                            Speech, Part 1
Ali Baba and the Forty      New Story Fall 2000 Ali
Thieves, Part 4             Baba and the Forty
                            Thieves, Part 4
Ali Baba and the Forty      New Story Fall 2000 Ali
Thieves, Part 1             Baba and the Forty
                            Thieves, Part 1
Dopey Dennis, Part 1        New Story Fall 2000
                            Dopey Dennis, Part 1
Dopey Dennis, Part 3        New Story Fall 2000
                            Dopey Dennis, Part 3
Little Women, Part 7        New Story Fall 2000
                            Little Women, Part 7
The Adventures of           CMU99-TEST1 The
Reddy Fox, part 3           Adventures of Reddy
                            Fox, part 3Tue-Feb-15-
                            23-03-54.993-2000
The Adventures of           CMU99-TEST1 The
Reddy Fox, part 3           Adventures of Reddy
                            Fox, part 3Tue-Feb-15-
                            23-03-54.993-2000
Booker T Washington,        New Story Fall 2000
Part 2                      Booker T Washington,
                            Part 2


Earth Sciences, from        New Story Fall 2000
NASA's Jet Propulsion       Earth Sciences
Laboratory
The Crow and the            The Crow and the
Pitcher                     Pitcher
Cars                        CMU00-QUAKER-23
                            Cars 152513.454
                            06292001
The Ant and the             CLONE The Ant and the
Grasshopper                 Grasshopper Thu-Jun-
                            29-11-35-14.937-2000

The Brave Little Tailor     New Story Fall 2001 The
                            Brave Little Tailor


A Dream, a poem by          New Story Fall 2001 A
Maud Keary                  Dream
Cinderella, Or The Little   Cinderella Or The Little
Glass Slipper, Part 3       Glass Slipper Part 3
Ali Baba and the Forty  New Story Fall 2000 Ali
Thieves, Part 3         Baba and the Forty
                        Thieves, Part 3
Jack and the Beanstalk, New Story Fall 2000
Part 1                  Jack and the Beanstalk,
                        Part 1
Dopey Dennis, Part 2    New Story Fall 2000
                        Dopey Dennis, Part 2
Buttercup Gold by Ellen CMU99-TEST1
Robena Field            Buttercup Gold by Ellen
                        Robena Field Mon-Feb-
                        21-16-00-36.758-2000

The Adventures of     CMU99-TEST1 The
Reddy Fox, part 5     Adventures of Reddy
                      Fox, part 5 Wed-Feb-16-
                      01-17-13.805-2000
How the Porcupine Got New Story Fall 2003 -
His Quills            How the Porcupine Got
                      His Quills
The Velveteen Rabbit CLONE The Velveteen
by Marjorie Williams  Rabbit by Marjorie
Part 2                Williams Part 2 Fri-Jun-
                      30-16-03-40.640-2000
The Velveteen Rabbit CLONE The Velveteen
by Marjorie Williams  Rabbit by Marjorie
Part 1                Williams Part 1 Fri-Jun-
                      30-15-12-05.812-2000
The Adventures of     CMU99-TEST1 The
Reddy Fox, part 4     Adventures of Reddy
                      Fox, part 4 Tue-Feb-15-
                      23-53-23.462-2000
The Adventures of     New Story Fall 2000 The
Aladdin, Part 2       Adventures of Aladdin,
                      Part 2
Beauty And The Beast, Beauty And The Beast,
Part 2                Part 2
Insects: Masters of   New Story Fall 2000
Survival, Part 2      Insects Masters of
                      Survival, Part 2
Butterflies           New Story Fall 2003 -
                      Butterflies - from
                      abcteach
Booker T Washington, New Story Fall 2000
Part 2                Booker T Washington,
                      Part 2
Stealing Jack by      copyright Katherine
Katherine Ayres       Ayres 2004 -- Stealing
                      Jack
The Adventures of     New Story Fall 2000 The
Aladdin, Part 2       Adventures of Aladdin,
                      Part 2
The Adventures of Tom New Story Fall 2000 The
Sawyer, Part 3        Adventures of Tom
                      Sawyer, Part 3
Andrew Carnegie,      New Story Spring 2001
Philanthropist        Andrew Carnegie,
                      Philanthropist
Jane Addams Part 1,   New Story Spring 2001
The Good Work She     Jane Addams Part 1,
Did                   The Good Work She Did

Andrew Carnegie, Rags New Story Spring 2001
to Riches               Andrew Carnegie, Rags
                        to Riches
The Brave Little Tailor New Story Fall 2001 The
                        Brave Little Tailor
Beauty and the Beast, Beauty And The Beast,
Part 3                  Part 3
Insects: Masters of     New Story Fall 2000
Survival, Part 2        Insects Masters of
                        Survival, Part 2
The Mouse, the Frog,    The Mouse the Frog and
and the Hawk            the Hawk
The Miser               The Miser

Dorothy and the Wizard CMU99-TEST1 Dorothy
in Oz, part 2          and the Wizard in Oz,
                       part 2 Thu-Feb-17-13-05-
                       57.668-2000

Ancient Architects of   New Story Fall 2000
the Mississippi, Part 1 Ancient Architects of the
                        Mississippi, Part 1
Scientists Find Earth-  VOA Scientists Find
Like Planet             Earth-Like Planet
Starting Young to Build VOA Starting Young to
a Healthy Heart         Build a Healthy Heart
Little Women, Part 2    New Story Fall 2000
                        Little Women, Part 2
Little Women, Part 6    New Story Fall 2000
                        Little Women, Part 6
The Brave Little Tailor New Story Fall 2001 The
                        Brave Little Tailor
Veterans Day            CMU00-QUAKER-23
                        Veterans D 181335.002
                        06282001
Hansel and Grettel Part Hansel and Grettel Part
3                       3
Scientists Find Earth-  VOA Scientists Find
Like Planet             Earth-Like Planet
Insects: Masters of      New Story Fall 2000
Survival, Part 2         Insects Masters of
                         Survival, Part 2
Veterans Day             CMU00-QUAKER-23
                         Veterans D 181335.002
                         06282001
Veterans Day             CMU00-QUAKER-23
                         Veterans D 181335.002
                         06282001
The Adventures of        New Story Fall 2000 The
Aladdin, Part 3          Adventures of Aladdin,
                         Part 3
Ali Baba and the Forty New Story Fall 2000 Ali
Thieves, Part 1          Baba and the Forty
                         Thieves, Part 1
Organisms and Their      New Story Fall 2000
Environment, Part 1,     Organisms and Their
Counting                 Environment, Part 1,
                         Counting
Exploring the Sea        New Story Fall 2000
(Multiple Layers)        Exploring the Sea
                         (Mulitple Layers)
Exploring the Sea        New Story Fall 2000
(Multiple Layers)        Exploring the Sea
                         (Mulitple Layers)
Life Under the Sea, Part New Story Fall 2000 Life
1                        Under the Sea, Part 1

The Animals and the       New Story Spring 2001
Plague                    The Animals and the
                          Plague
Leonard Bernstein was New Story Spring 2001
a pioneer in the field of Leonard Bernstein was
music.                    a pioneer in the field of
                          music
The Robin, by Ellen       CMU99-TEST1 The
Robena Field              Robin by Ellen Robena
                          Field Mon-Feb-21-15-35-
                          12.616-2000
Dorothy and the Wizard CMU99-TEST1 Dorothy
in Oz, part 8             and the Wizard in Oz,
                          part 8 Fri-Feb-18-11-31-
                          44.168-2000

The Tale of Mulan, the   New Story Fall 2000 The
Maiden Chief             Tale of Mulan
The Underground          New Story Fall 2000 The
Railroad, Operation      Underground Railroad,
                         Operation
Rumpelstiltzkin.         Rumpelstiltzkin
The Adventures of Tom New Story Fall 2000 The
Sawyer, Part 3            Adventures of Tom
                          Sawyer, Part 3
Jack and the Beanstalk, New Story Fall 2000
Part 1                    Jack and the Beanstalk,
                          Part 1
Jane Addams Part 2,       New Story Spring 2001
Opportunities at the Hull Jane Addams Part 2,
House                     Opportunities at the Hull
                          House
History of Halloween      New Story Fall 2003 -
                          History of Halloween -
                          from abcteach
The Underground           New Story Fall 2000 The
Railroad, Introduction    Underground Railroad,
                          Introduction
Stealing Jack by          copyright Katherine
Katherine Ayres           Ayres 2004 -- Stealing
                          Jack
Cinderella, Or The Little Cinderella Or The Little
Glass Slipper, Part 2     Glass Slipper Part 2

Women Pioneers in        New Story Fall 2000
American History         Women Pioneers in
                         American History
Bill Clinton's Inaugural New Story Fall 2000 Bill
Speech, Part 3           Clinton's Inaugural
                         Speech, Part 3
The Adventures of Tom New Story Fall 2000 The
Sawyer, Part 3           Adventures of Tom
                         Sawyer, Part 3
Bill Clinton's Inaugural New Story Fall 2000 Bill
Speech, Part 2           Clinton's Inaugural
                         Speech, Part 2
What Does Immigration New Story Fall 2000
Mean?                    What Does Immigration
                         Mean
Bill Clinton's Inaugural New Story Fall 2000 Bill
Speech, Part 2           Clinton's Inaugural
                         Speech, Part 2
World War Two            New Story Fall 2000
                         World War Two
The First Earth Day      CMU00-QUAKER-23
                         The First 145336.366
                         06292001
Jane Addams Part 1,      New Story Spring 2001
The Good Work She        Jane Addams Part 1,
Did                      The Good Work She Did

County and State Fairs CMU00-QUAKER-23
                       County and 153246.646
                       06292001
The Underground        New Story Fall 2000 The
Railroad, Introduction Underground Railroad,
                       Introduction
The Underground        New Story Fall 2000 The
Railroad, Introduction Underground Railroad,
                       Introduction
The Velveteen Rabbit CLONE The Velveteen
by Marjorie Williams   Rabbit by Marjorie
Part 1                 Williams Part 1 Fri-Jun-
                       30-15-12-05.812-2000
George Washington      New Story Fall 2000
Carver, Part 1         George Washingington
                       Carver, Part 1
Jane Addams Part 3,    New Story Spring 2001
The Peacemaker         Jane Addams Part 3,
                       The Peacemaker
The Tale of Mulan, the New Story Fall 2000 The
Maiden Chief           Tale of Mulan
Booker T Washington, New Story Fall 2000
Part 2                 Booker T Washington,
                       Part 2
Insects: Masters of    New Story Fall 2000
Survival, Part 1       Insects Masters of
                       Survival, Part 1
Ali Baba and the Forty New Story Fall 2000 Ali
Thieves, Part 2        Baba and the Forty
                       Thieves, Part 2
The Adventures of      New Story Fall 2000 The
Aladdin, Part 4        Adventures of Aladdin,
                       Part 4
Ali Baba and the Forty New Story Fall 2000 Ali
Thieves, Part 3        Baba and the Forty
                       Thieves, Part 3
The Adventures of Tom New Story Fall 2000 The
Sawyer, Part 6         Adventures of Tom
                       Sawyer, Part 6
Ali Baba and the Forty New Story Fall 2000 Ali
Thieves, Part 3        Baba and the Forty
                       Thieves, Part 3
The Battle of          New Story Fall 2000 The
Gettysburg             Battle of Gettysburg

Ali Baba and the Forty   New Story Fall 2000 Ali
Thieves, Part 2          Baba and the Forty
                         Thieves, Part 2
Fanny's Telephone        CMU99-TEST1 Fanny's
Order                    Telephone Order Tue-
                         Jun-06-16-08-34.045-
                         2000
The Adventures of        New Story Fall 2000 The
Aladdin, Part 1          Adventures of Aladdin,
                         Part 1
Ali and the Sultan's      VOCAB ALI AND THE
Saddle                    SULTAN'S SADDLE
The History of Marbles,   copyright William Fricke
Part 1, by William        2004 -- The History of
Fricke                    Marbles Part 1

Cinderella, Or The Little Cinderella Or The Little
Glass Slipper, Part 2     Glass Slipper Part 2

Create Your Own           CMU1999-09 This story
Sports Story              is about the greatest
                          athlete ever!
                          141648.741 07242000
Cinderella, Or The Little Cinderella Or The Little
Glass Slipper, Part 2     Glass Slipper Part 2

Buffalo Bill in Show    New Story Spring 2001
Business                Buffalo Bill in Show
                        Business
Ancient Architects of   New Story Fall 2000
the Mississippi, Part 1 Ancient Architects of the
                        Mississippi, Part 1
Children Helping        VOA Children Helping
Hurricane Victims       Hurricane Victims
Organisms and Their     New Story Fall 2000
Environment, Part 4,    Organisms and Their
Organizing Organisms Environment, Part 4,
                        Organizing Organisms
Children Helping        VOA Children Helping
Hurricane Victims       Hurricane Victims
Science Fiction Hall of VOA Science Fiction
Fame and Museum         Hall of Fame and
                        Museum
The Right to Vote, Part New Story Fall 2000 The
1                       Right to Vote, Part 1

The Underground        New Story Fall 2000 The
Railroad, Operation    Underground Railroad,
                       Operation
Why Don't Penguins     CMU99-TEST1 Why
Live in the North?     don't penguins live in the
                       north Wed-Feb-16-12-
                       25-10.649-2000
Percussion Instruments CMU00-QUAKER-23
                       Percussion 171054.155
                       06282001
The Underground        New Story Fall 2000 The
Railroad, Operation    Underground Railroad,
                       Operation
Booker T Washington, New Story Fall 2000
Part 1                 Booker T Washington,
                       Part 1
The Miser                 The Miser

The Adventures of         New Story Fall 2000 The
Aladdin, Part 3           Adventures of Aladdin,
                          Part 3
The Brave Little Tailor   New Story Fall 2001 The
                          Brave Little Tailor
St Patrick's Day          CMU00-QUAKER-23 St.
                          142756.833 06292001

The Unlucky Warrior,   New Story Spring 2001
Part 2                 The Unlucky Warrior,
                       Part 2
Dorothy and the Wizard CMU99-TEST1 Dorothy
in Oz, part 5          and the Wizard in Oz,
                       part 5 Thu-Feb-17-14-15-
                       04.250-2000

Cinderella, Or The Little Cinderella Or The Little
Glass Slipper, Part 3     Glass Slipper Part 3

Ali and the Sultan's      VOCAB ALI AND THE
Saddle                    SULTAN'S SADDLE
The Hare and the          The Hare and the
Tortoise                  Tortoise

The Hare and the          The Hare and the
Tortoise                  Tortoise
The History of Marbles,   copyright William Fricke
Part 1, by William        2004 -- The History of
Fricke                    Marbles Part 1

The Battle of             New Story Fall 2000 The
Gettysburg                Battle of Gettysburg

World War Two             New Story Fall 2000
                          World War Two
The Life of Frederick     New Story Fall 2000 The
Douglass                  Life of Frederick
                          Douglass
Skating Championship      CMU00-QUAKER-23
                          Skating Ch 172825.737
                          06282001
Little Women, Part 3      New Story Fall 2000
                          Little Women, Part 3
Organisms and Their       New Story Fall 2000
Environment, Part 4,      Organisms and Their
Organizing Organisms      Environment, Part 4,
                          Organizing Organisms
George Washington         New Story Fall 2000
Carver, Part 1            George Washingington
                          Carver, Part 1
George Washington         New Story Fall 2000
Carver, Part 1            George Washingington
                          Carver, Part 1
Rumpelstiltzkin.          Rumpelstiltzkin
Leonard Bernstein was New Story Spring 2001
a pioneer in the field of Leonard Bernstein was
music.                    a pioneer in the field of
                          music
The Velveteen Rabbit CLONE The Velveteen
by Marjorie Williams      Rabbit by Marjorie
Part 3                    Williams Part 3
                          133307.000 07062000
Cinderella, Or The Little Cinderella Or The Little
Glass Slipper, Part 2     Glass Slipper Part 2

The Adventures of Tom New Story Fall 2000 The
Sawyer, Part 4        Adventures of Tom
                      Sawyer, Part 4
King Fashion, a poem New Story Fall 2001
by Emily Keary        King Fashion
King Fashion, a poem New Story Fall 2001
by Emily Keary        King Fashion
Organisms and Their   New Story Fall 2000
Environment, Part 4,  Organisms and Their
Organizing Organisms Environment, Part 4,
                      Organizing Organisms
Little Women, Part 11 New Story Fall 2000
                      Little Women, Part 11
Daffodils, by William Daffodils by William
Wordsworth.           Wordsworth
Rumpelstiltzkin.      Rumpelstiltzkin

What Does it Take to      New Story Fall 2000
be President?             What Does it Take to be
                          President
The Brave Little Tailor   New Story Fall 2001 The
                          Brave Little Tailor
Buffalo Bill in Show      New Story Spring 2001
Business                  Buffalo Bill in Show
                          Business
Buffalo Bill in Show      New Story Spring 2001
Business                  Buffalo Bill in Show
                          Business
Women Pioneers in         New Story Fall 2000
American History          Women Pioneers in
                          American History
Dale Earnhardt            New Story Fall 2003 -
                          Dale Earnhardt - from
                          abcteach
The Wonderful Waltz       CMU00-QUAKER-23
                          The Wonder
                          161501.353 06282001
The Wonderful Waltz       CMU00-QUAKER-23
                          The Wonder
                          161501.353 06282001
Does Watching             VOA Does Watching
Television Harm a         Television Harm a
Child's Ability to Learn? Child's Ability to Learn

Duke Ellington, Great  New Story Spring 2001
Jazz Musician          Duke Ellington, Great
                       Jazz Musician
Rumpelstiltzkin.       Rumpelstiltzkin
Rumpelstiltzkin.       Rumpelstiltzkin
Dorothy and the Wizard CMU99-TEST1 Dorothy
in Oz, part 2          and the Wizard in Oz,
                       part 2 Thu-Feb-17-13-05-
                       57.668-2000

Ancient Architects of    New Story Fall 2000
the Mississippi, Part 3  Ancient Architects of the
                         Mississippi, Part 3
Life Under the Sea, Part New Story Fall 2000 Life
4                        Under the Sea, Part 4

Ancient Architects of     New Story Fall 2000
the Mississippi, Part 1   Ancient Architects of the
                          Mississippi, Part 1
Just Let Me Draw!         New Story Fall 2003 -
                          Just Let Me Draw! -
                          from abcteach
The Adventures of         New Story Fall 2000 The
Aladdin, Part 1           Adventures of Aladdin,
                          Part 1
Biology Facts             CMU1999-09 Biology
                          Facts Tue-Jun-13-13-58-
                          30.430-2000
Ancient Architects of     New Story Fall 2000
the Mississippi, Part 3   Ancient Architects of the
                          Mississippi, Part 3
Little Women, Part 1      New Story Fall 2000
                          Little Women, Part 1


Flag Day Celebrated       CMU00-QUAKER-23
                          Flag Day C 150539.616
                          06292001
Leonard Bernstein was New Story Spring 2001
a pioneer in the field of Leonard Bernstein was
music.                    a pioneer in the field of
                          music
Ambition by John Farrar CMU99-TEST1
                        Ambition By John Farrar
                        From Songs for Parents
                        Wed-Feb-16-00-45-
                        24.680-2000
THE TALE OF PETER CMU1999-09 THE
RABBIT BY BEATRIX TALE OF PETER
POTTER                  RABBIT BY BEATRIX
                        POTTER Tue-Jun-13-17-
                        29-39.377-2000
The Adventures of       CMU99-TEST1 The
Reddy Fox, part 2       Adventures of Reddy
                        Fox, part 2 Thu-Jan-20-
                        15-05-57.467-2000
The History of Marbles, copyright William Fricke
Part 1, by William      2004 -- The History of
Fricke                  Marbles Part 1

The History of Marbles, copyright William Fricke
Part 1, by William      2004 -- The History of
Fricke                  Marbles Part 1

The History of Marbles, copyright William Fricke
Part 1, by William      2004 -- The History of
Fricke                  Marbles Part 1

The Mouse and the Bull The Mouse and the Bull

The Adventures of Tom New Story Fall 2000 The
Sawyer, Part 2          Adventures of Tom
                        Sawyer, Part 2
The History of Marbles, copyright William Fricke
Part 1, by William      2004 -- The History of
Fricke                  Marbles Part 1

The Adventures of       New Story Fall 2000 The
Aladdin, Part 3         Adventures of Aladdin,
                        Part 3
More About the Author   CMU99-TEST1 More
of Dorothy and the      about the author of
Wizard in Oz            Dorothy and the Wizard
                        in Oz. Fri-Feb-18-14-54-
                        47.647-2000
The Underground         New Story Fall 2000 The
Railroad, Operation     Underground Railroad,
                        Operation
The Story of            VOCAB The Story of
Thumbelina, Part 3,     Thumbelina Part 3
Terrible Winter
Jane Addams Part 3,     New Story Spring 2001
The Peacemaker          Jane Addams Part 3,
                        The Peacemaker
Beauty And The Beast, Beauty And The Beast,
Part 2                  Part 2
Little Women, Part 4    New Story Fall 2000
                        Little Women, Part 4
All About Me, by Melody All About Me by Melody
Mostow.                 Mostow
Ancient Architects of   New Story Fall 2000
the Mississippi, Part 1 Ancient Architects of the
                        Mississippi, Part 1
Old Man of the Coast    CMU99-TEST1 There
                        was an Old Man of the
                        Coast, Thu-Jan-06-14-
                        52-15.747-2000
The Robin, by Ellen     CMU99-TEST1 The
Robena Field            Robin by Ellen Robena
                        Field Mon-Feb-21-15-35-
                        12.616-2000
Little Women, Part 4    New Story Fall 2000
                        Little Women, Part 4
Little Women, Part 11 New Story Fall 2000
                        Little Women, Part 11
ROBIN HOOD AND          New Story Spring 2001
LITTLE JOHN poem,       ROBIN HOOD AND
Part 1                  LITTLE JOHN poem,
                        Part 1
The Story of Hyacinth   New Story Fall 2001 The
and Apollo, by Emily    Story of Hyacinth
Keary
The Talkative Tortoise CMU99-TEST1 The
                        Talkative Tortoise Wed-
                        Jan-12-13-17-11.307-
                        2000
The Beginning of        CMU00-QUAKER-23
Summer                  The Beginn 153945.561
                        06282001
The Flies and the       The Flies and the Honey-
Honey-Pot               Pot
The Flies and the       The Flies and the Honey-
Honey-Pot               Pot
The Adventures of       New Story Fall 2000 The
Aladdin, Part 4         Adventures of Aladdin,
                        Part 4
The Adventures of Tom New Story Fall 2000 The
Sawyer, Part 4          Adventures of Tom
                        Sawyer, Part 4
Little Women, Part 1    New Story Fall 2000
                        Little Women, Part 1
Daffodils, by William   Daffodils by William
Wordsworth.             Wordsworth
The Adventures of         CMU99-TEST1 The
Reddy Fox, part 3         Adventures of Reddy
                          Fox, part 3Tue-Feb-15-
                          23-03-54.993-2000
The Ant and the           CLONE The Ant and the
Chrysalis                 Chrysalis Wed-Jun-28-
                          18-23-27.562-2000
Who Elects the            New Story Fall 2000
President?                Who Elects the
                          President
Buffalo Bill in Show      New Story Spring 2001
Business                  Buffalo Bill in Show
                          Business
The Robin, by Ellen       CMU99-TEST1 The
Robena Field              Robin by Ellen Robena
                          Field Mon-Feb-21-15-35-
                          12.616-2000
Polly's Really Big Feet   New Story Fall 2003 -
                          Polly's Really Big Feet
Ancient Architects of     New Story Fall 2000
the Mississippi, Part 2   Ancient Architects of the
                          Mississippi, Part 2
What Do You Know          VOA What Do You
About Goats?              Know About Goats
What Do You Know          VOA What Do You
About Goats?              Know About Goats
Little Women, Part 1      New Story Fall 2000
                          Little Women, Part 1
Little Women, Part 4      New Story Fall 2000
                          Little Women, Part 4

Organisms and Their       New Story Fall 2000
Environment, Part 3,      Organisms and Their
Habitat                   Environment, Part 3,
                          Habitat
Joe's All About Goats     EXP Goats with DOTS
                          and STATEGY
Joe's All About Goats     EXP Goats with DOTS
                          and STATEGY
Twenty Goblins            New Story Fall 2003 -
                          Twenty Goblins
Larry the Lizard Visits   New Story Fall 2003 -
the Forest                Larry the Lizard Visits
                          the Forest
The Ant and the           CLONE The Ant and the
Grasshopper               Grasshopper Thu-Jun-
                          29-11-35-14.937-2000

The Story of              VOCAB The Story of
Thumbelina, Part 1,       Thumbelina Part 1
The Fat Frogs
Ali Baba and the Forty    New Story Fall 2000 Ali
Thieves, Part 1           Baba and the Forty
                          Thieves, Part 1
The Brave Little Tailor   New Story Fall 2001 The
                          Brave Little Tailor
Organisms and Their       New Story Fall 2000
Environment, Part 1,      Organisms and Their
Counting                  Environment, Part 1,
                          Counting
Football                  New Story Fall 2003 -
                          Football - from abcteach

Football                  New Story Fall 2003 -
                          Football - from abcteach

The Brave Little Tailor New Story Fall 2001 The
                        Brave Little Tailor
The History of Marbles, copyright William Fricke
Part 1, by William      2004 -- The History of
Fricke                  Marbles Part 1

Brussels Sprout by        copyright Katherine
Katherine Ayres           Ayres 2004 -- Brussels
                          Sprout
Scarecrows                New Story Fall 2003 -
                          Scarecrows - from
                          abcteach
George Washington         New Story Fall 2000
Carver, Part 2            George Washingington
                          Carver, Part 2
George Washington         New Story Fall 2000
Carver, Part 1            George Washingington
                          Carver, Part 1
George Washington         New Story Fall 2000
Carver, Part 1            George Washingington
                          Carver, Part 1
George Washington         New Story Fall 2000
Carver, Part 2            George Washingington
                          Carver, Part 2
George Washington         New Story Fall 2000
Carver, Part 2            George Washingington
                          Carver, Part 2
Thomas Alva Edison’s      New Story Spring 2001
Failed Inventions         Thomas Alva Edison’s
                          Failed Inventions
George Washington         New Story Fall 2000
Carver, Part 2            George Washingington
                          Carver, Part 2
Booker T Washington,      New Story Fall 2000
Part 2                    Booker T Washington,
                          Part 2
Booker T Washington,    New Story Fall 2000
Part 2                  Booker T Washington,
                        Part 2
Booker T Washington,    New Story Fall 2000
Part 1                  Booker T Washington,
                        Part 1
Booker T Washington,    New Story Fall 2000
Part 1                  Booker T Washington,
                        Part 1
Booker T Washington,    New Story Fall 2000
Part 1                  Booker T Washington,
                        Part 1

The New Deal            New Story Fall 2000 The
                        New Deal
The Adventures of       New Story Fall 2000 The
Aladdin, Part 3         Adventures of Aladdin,
                        Part 3
Ali Baba and the Forty New Story Fall 2000 Ali
Thieves, Part 2         Baba and the Forty
                        Thieves, Part 2
The Adventures of       New Story Fall 2000 The
Aladdin, Part 1         Adventures of Aladdin,
                        Part 1
Rumpelstiltzkin.        Rumpelstiltzkin
Ali Baba and the Forty New Story Fall 2000 Ali
Thieves, Part 1         Baba and the Forty
                        Thieves, Part 1
Dopey Dennis, Part 1    New Story Fall 2000
                        Dopey Dennis, Part 1
Beauty and the Beast, VOCAB BEAUTY AND
part 1                  THE BEAST PART 1
Ancient Architects of   New Story Fall 2000
the Mississippi, Part 1 Ancient Architects of the
                        Mississippi, Part 1
The Author of Dorothy CMU99-TEST1 About
and the Wizard in Oz    the author of Dorothy
                        and the Wizard in Oz Fri-
                        Feb-18-14-43-07.110-
                        2000
The Adventures of Tom New Story Spring 2001
Thumb                   The Adventures of Tom
                        Thumb
Organisms and Their     New Story Fall 2000
Environment, Part 3,    Organisms and Their
Habitat                 Environment, Part 3,
                        Habitat
The Battle of           New Story Fall 2000 The
Gettysburg              Battle of Gettysburg
George Washington        New Story Fall 2000
Carver, Part 2           George Washingington
                         Carver, Part 2
Over One Million         VOA Over One Million
Students Are Home-       Students Are Home-
Schooled                 Schooled
The Bill of Rights       New Story Fall 2000 The
                         Bill of Rights
Ancient Architects of    New Story Fall 2000
the Mississippi, Part 1 Ancient Architects of the
                         Mississippi, Part 1
Bill Clinton's Inaugural New Story Fall 2000 Bill
Speech, Part 1           Clinton's Inaugural
                         Speech, Part 1
Bill Clinton's Inaugural New Story Fall 2000 Bill
Speech, Part 1           Clinton's Inaugural
                         Speech, Part 1
Jane Addams Part 3,      New Story Spring 2001
The Peacemaker           Jane Addams Part 3,
                         The Peacemaker
The Adventures of Tom New Story Fall 2000 The
Sawyer, Part 1           Adventures of Tom
                         Sawyer, Part 1
Asteroids and Comets, New Story Fall 2000
from NASA                Asteroids and Comets
The Right to Vote, Part New Story Fall 2000 The
2                        Right to Vote, Part 2

Home Fires                 New Story Fall 2003 -
                           Home Fires - from
                           abcteach
Little Women, Part 3       New Story Fall 2000
                           Little Women, Part 3



Life Under the Sea, Part New Story Fall 2000 Life
1                        Under the Sea, Part 1

                      New Story Fall 2000 Bill
Bill Clinton's Inaugural
Speech, Part 3        Clinton's Inaugural
                      Speech, Part 3
What Does Immigration New Story Fall 2000
Mean?                 What Does Immigration
                      Mean
Organisms and Their   New Story Fall 2000
Environment, Part 2,  Organisms and Their
Kelp Forest           Environment, Part 2,
                      Kelp Forest
The Bill of Rights    New Story Fall 2000 The
                      Bill of Rights
The Bill of Rights       New Story Fall 2000 The
                         Bill of Rights
The Water Cycle          New Story Fall 2003 -
                         The Water Cycle - from
                         abcteach
Immigration in           New Story Spring 2001
American History, The Immigration in American
Great Surge              History, The Great
                         Surge
Apple Season in          VOA Apple Season in
America                  America
Organisms and Their      New Story Fall 2000
Environment, Part 2,     Organisms and Their
Kelp Forest              Environment, Part 2,
                         Kelp Forest
How Humans Use the New Story Fall 2000
Ocean, Part 4            How Humans Use the
                         Ocean, Part 4
Life Under the Sea, Part New Story Fall 2000 Life
3                        Under the Sea, Part 3

What Do You Know         VOA What Do You
About Goats?             Know About Goats
George Washington        New Story Fall 2000
Carver, Part 2           George Washingington
                         Carver, Part 2
George Washington        New Story Fall 2000
Carver, Part 1           George Washingington
                         Carver, Part 1
Exploring the Sea (The New Story Fall 2000
Waves and the Tide)      Exploring the Sea (The
                         Waves and the Tide)
Andrew Carnegie, Rags New Story Spring 2001
to Riches                Andrew Carnegie, Rags
                         to Riches
Joe's All About Goats    EXP Goats with DOTS
                         and STATEGY
The Great Depression New Story Fall 2000 The
                         Great Depression
Booker T Washington, New Story Fall 2000
Part 2                   Booker T Washington,
                         Part 2
The Kentucky Derby       New Story Fall 2003 -
                         The Kentucky Derby -
                         from abcteach
Bill Clinton's Inaugural New Story Fall 2000 Bill
Speech, Part 1           Clinton's Inaugural
                         Speech, Part 1
Henry the Round          New Story Spring 2001 OMIT
Hound Came Tumbling Henry the Round Hound
to the Ground            Came Tumbling to the
                         Ground
Henry the Round           New Story Spring 2001
Hound Came Tumbling Henry the Round Hound
to the Ground             Came Tumbling to the
                          Ground
Cinderella, Or The Little Cinderella Or The Little
Glass Slipper, Part 3     Glass Slipper Part 3

The New Deal              New Story Fall 2000 The
                          New Deal

The Battle of             New Story Fall 2000 The
Gettysburg                Battle of Gettysburg

The Life of Frederick     New Story Fall 2000 The
Douglass                  Life of Frederick
                          Douglass
Little Women, Part 10     New Story Fall 2000
                          Little Women, Part 10
Thurgood Marshall         New Story Fall 2003 -
                          Thurgood Marshall -
                          from abcteach
Booker T Washington,      New Story Fall 2000
Part 2                    Booker T Washington,
                          Part 2


The Right to Vote, Part New Story Fall 2000 The
1                       Right to Vote, Part 1

The Right to Vote, Part New Story Fall 2000 The
1                       Right to Vote, Part 1

The Bill of Rights        New Story Fall 2000 The
                          Bill of Rights
The Underground           New Story Fall 2000 The
Railroad, Operation       Underground Railroad,
                          Operation
Rosa Parks                New Story Fall 2003 -
                          Rosa Parks - from
                          abcteach
The Life of Frederick     New Story Fall 2000 The
Douglass                  Life of Frederick
                          Douglass
Booker T Washington,      New Story Fall 2000
Part 1                    Booker T Washington,
                          Part 1
Little Women, Part 2      New Story Fall 2000
                          Little Women, Part 2
The Brave Little Tailor   New Story Fall 2001 The
                          Brave Little Tailor
Booker T Washington,     New Story Fall 2000
Part 2                   Booker T Washington,
                         Part 2
The Velveteen Rabbit     CLONE The Velveteen
by Marjorie Williams     Rabbit by Marjorie
Part 4                   Williams Part 4
                         135816.687 07062000
The Gold in the          VOCAB THE GOLD IN
Orchard                  THE ORCHARD
THE GOLD IN THE          CMU99-TEST1 THE
ORCHARD                  GOLD IN THE
                         ORCHARD Mon-Feb-21-
                         22-07-13.838-2000
Beauty and the Beast,    VOCAB BEAUTY AND
part 1                   THE BEAST PART 1
The Father and His       CLONE The Father and
Two Daughters            His Two Daughters Thu-
                         Jun-29-11-50-34.656-
                         2000
How Humans Use the       New Story Fall 2000
Ocean, Part 3            How Humans Use the
                         Ocean, Part 3
How Humans Use the       New Story Fall 2000
Ocean, Part 3            How Humans Use the
                         Ocean, Part 3
Organisms and Their      New Story Fall 2000
Environment, Part 3,     Organisms and Their
Habitat                  Environment, Part 3,
                         Habitat
Insects: Masters of      New Story Fall 2000
Survival, Part 2         Insects Masters of
                         Survival, Part 2
The Underground          New Story Fall 2000 The
Railroad, Early          Underground Railroad,
Antislavery              Early Antislavery

The Unlucky Warrior,    New Story Spring 2001
Part 1                  The Unlucky Warrior,
                        Part 1
The Right to Vote, Part New Story Fall 2000 The
1                       Right to Vote, Part 1

The Right to Vote, Part New Story Fall 2000 The
1                       Right to Vote, Part 1

Cesar Chavez Part 2,     New Story Spring 2001
Making a Better Life for Cesar Chavez Part 2,
Farmers                  Making a Better Life for
                         Farmers
Cesar Chavez Part 2,     New Story Spring 2001
Making a Better Life for Cesar Chavez Part 2,
Farmers                  Making a Better Life for
                         Farmers
The Underground          New Story Fall 2000 The
Railroad, Early          Underground Railroad,
Antislavery              Early Antislavery

Rosa Parks             New Story Fall 2003 -
                       Rosa Parks - from
                       abcteach
Dorothy and the Wizard CMU99-TEST1 Dorothy
in Oz, part 4          and the Wizard in Oz,
                       part 4 Thu-Feb-17-13-52-
                       40.247-200

Cesar Chavez Part 2,     New Story Spring 2001
Making a Better Life for Cesar Chavez Part 2,
Farmers                  Making a Better Life for
                         Farmers
ROBIN HOOD AND           New Story Spring 2001
LITTLE JOHN poem,        ROBIN HOOD AND
Part 1                   LITTLE JOHN poem,
                         Part 1
The Sick Lion            The Sick Lion

Hansel and Grettel, part   VOCAB HANSEL AND
1                          GRETTEL PART 1
What Do You Know           VOA What Do You
About Goats?               Know About Goats
Bill Clinton's Inaugural   New Story Fall 2000 Bill
Speech, Part 2             Clinton's Inaugural
                           Speech, Part 2
Little Women, Part 5       New Story Fall 2000
                           Little Women, Part 5
Jane Addams Part 1,        New Story Spring 2001
The Good Work She          Jane Addams Part 1,
Did                        The Good Work She Did

Booker T Washington,       New Story Fall 2000
Part 2                     Booker T Washington,
                           Part 2
Andrew Carnegie,           New Story Spring 2001
Philanthropist             Andrew Carnegie,
                           Philanthropist
Joe's All About Goats      EXP Goats with DOTS
                           and STATEGY
What Do You Know           VOA What Do You
About Goats?               Know About Goats
Organisms and Their      New Story Fall 2000
Environment, Part 3,     Organisms and Their
Habitat                  Environment, Part 3,
                         Habitat
Joe's All About Goats    EXP Goats with DOTS
                         and STATEGY
The Brave Little Tailor New Story Fall 2001 The
                         Brave Little Tailor
Beauty And The Beast, Beauty And The Beast,
Part 2                   Part 2
Bill Clinton's Inaugural New Story Fall 2000 Bill
Speech, Part 1           Clinton's Inaugural
                         Speech, Part 1
The Adventures of Tom New Story Spring 2001
Thumb                    The Adventures of Tom
                         Thumb
The Sun and the Wind CMU99-TEST1 The Sun
                         and the Wind once had
                         a quarrel as to which
                         was the stronger. Thu-
                         Jan-06-14-32-0

The Brave Little Tailor  New Story Fall 2001 The
                         Brave Little Tailor
The Adventures of Tom New Story Spring 2001
Thumb                    The Adventures of Tom
                         Thumb
Jack and the Beanstalk, New Story Fall 2000
Part 1                   Jack and the Beanstalk,
                         Part 1
Short Vocabulary         PROTOTYPE Vocab
Activity                 Lesson Test Contexts
                         kid friendliness
Short Vocabulary         PROTOTYPE Vocab
Activity                 Lesson Test Contexts
                         kid friendliness
Bill Clinton's Inaugural New Story Fall 2000 Bill
Speech, Part 1           Clinton's Inaugural
                         Speech, Part 1
Little Women, Part 8     New Story Fall 2000
                         Little Women, Part 8
The Solar System (9      New Story Fall 2000 The
Planets)                 Solar System
How Humans Use the New Story Fall 2000
Ocean, Part 3            How Humans Use the
                         Ocean, Part 3
Little Women, Part 4     New Story Fall 2000
                         Little Women, Part 4
Spring Thaw by           copyright Katherine
Katherine Ayres          Ayres 2004 -- Spring
                         Thaw
Ali Baba and the Forty  New Story Fall 2000 Ali
Thieves, Part 2         Baba and the Forty
                        Thieves, Part 2
Jack and the Beanstalk, New Story Fall 2000
Part 3                  Jack and the Beanstalk,
                        Part 3
George Washington       New Story Fall 2000
Carver, Part 2          George Washingington
                        Carver, Part 2
The Life of Frederick   New Story Fall 2000 The
Douglass                Life of Frederick
                        Douglass
Jack and the Beanstalk, New Story Fall 2000
Part 3                  Jack and the Beanstalk,
                        Part 3
What Does Immigration New Story Fall 2000
Mean?                   What Does Immigration
                        Mean
Dopey Dennis, Part 2    New Story Fall 2000
                        Dopey Dennis, Part 2
The Underground         New Story Fall 2000 The
Railroad, Early         Underground Railroad,
Antislavery             Early Antislavery

Pirate Mystery Part 7    CMU1999-09 Pirate
"Sally Finds a Handle"   Mystery Part 7 Sally
                         Finds a Handle Thu-Jun-
                         29-12-42-08.810-2000

The Adventures of        New Story Fall 2000 The
Aladdin, Part 4          Adventures of Aladdin,
                         Part 4
Earth Sciences, from     New Story Fall 2000
NASA's Jet Propulsion    Earth Sciences
Laboratory
Severe Ocean Storms      VOA Severe Ocean
                         Storms
Who Elects the           New Story Fall 2000
President?               Who Elects the
                         President
Where Do People          VOA Where Do People
Travel?                  Travel
Immigration in           New Story Spring 2001
American History, The    Immigration in American
Great Surge              History, The Great
                         Surge
The Cat and Venus        CLONE The Cat and
                         Venus Thu-Jun-29-11-
                         39-53.062-2000
The Life of Frederick    New Story Fall 2000 The
Douglass                 Life of Frederick
                         Douglass
The First Earth Day       CMU00-QUAKER-23
                          The First 145336.366
                          06292001
Booker T Washington, New Story Fall 2000
Part 2                    Booker T Washington,
                          Part 2
Cinderella, Or The Little Cinderella Or The Little
Glass Slipper, Part 3     Glass Slipper Part 3

Ancient Architects of     New Story Fall 2000
the Mississippi, Part 1   Ancient Architects of the
                          Mississippi, Part 1
The Ant and the           CLONE The Ant and the
Grasshopper               Grasshopper Thu-Jun-
                          29-11-35-14.937-2000

The Life of Frederick   New Story Fall 2000 The
Douglass                Life of Frederick
                        Douglass
The Tale of Mulan, the New Story Fall 2000 The
Maiden Chief            Tale of Mulan
Starting Young to Build VOA Starting Young to
a Healthy Heart         Build a Healthy Heart
Severe Ocean Storms VOA Severe Ocean
                        Storms
Beauty And The Beast, Beauty And The Beast,
Part 2                  Part 2
The Bill of Rights      New Story Fall 2000 The
                        Bill of Rights
Booker T Washington, New Story Fall 2000
Part 2                  Booker T Washington,
                        Part 2
Olympic Opening         New Story Fall 2003 -
Ceremony                Olympic Opening
                        Ceremony - from
                        abcteach
The Adventures of Tom New Story Spring 2001
Thumb                   The Adventures of Tom
                        Thumb
The Flies and the       The Flies and the Honey-
Honey-Pot               Pot
The Water Cycle         New Story Fall 2003 -
                        The Water Cycle - from
                        abcteach
Just Let Me Draw!       New Story Fall 2003 -
                        Just Let Me Draw! -
                        from abcteach
The New Deal            New Story Fall 2000 The
                        New Deal
The Adventures of      CMU99-TEST1 The
Reddy Fox, part 6      Adventures of Reddy
                       Fox, part 6 Wed-Feb-16-
                       10-24-48.494-2000
How Humans Use the New Story Fall 2000
Ocean, Part 1          How Humans Use the
                       Ocean, Part 1
Dorothy and the Wizard CMU99-TEST1 Dorothy
in Oz, part 5          and the Wizard in Oz,
                       part 5 Thu-Feb-17-14-15-
                       04.250-2000

What Does it Take to    New Story Fall 2000
be President?           What Does it Take to be
                        President
World War Two           New Story Fall 2000
                        World War Two
The Brave Little Tailor New Story Fall 2001 The
                        Brave Little Tailor
The Brave Little Tailor New Story Fall 2001 The
                        Brave Little Tailor
The Ant and the         CLONE The Ant and the
Chrysalis               Chrysalis Wed-Jun-28-
                        18-23-27.562-2000
The Velveteen Rabbit CLONE The Velveteen
by Marjorie Williams    Rabbit by Marjorie
Part 3                  Williams Part 3
                        133307.000 07062000
The History of Marbles, copyright William Fricke
Part 1, by William      2004 -- The History of
Fricke                  Marbles Part 1

Old Man With a Nose    CMU99-TEST1 There
                       was an Old Man with a
                       nose, Thu-Jan-06-14-48-
                       32.435-2000
Insects: Masters of    New Story Fall 2000
Survival, Part 1       Insects Masters of
                       Survival, Part 1
George Washington      New Story Fall 2000
Carver, Part 1         George Washingington
                       Carver, Part 1
Dorothy and the Wizard CMU99-TEST1 Dorothy
in Oz, part 8          and the Wizard in Oz,
                       part 8 Fri-Feb-18-11-31-
                       44.168-2000

Dorothy and the Wizard CMU99-TEST1 Dorothy
in Oz, part 2          and the Wizard in Oz,
                       part 2 Thu-Feb-17-13-05-
                       57.668-2000
Ali Baba and the Forty New Story Fall 2000 Ali
Thieves, Part 4        Baba and the Forty
                       Thieves, Part 4
Dorothy and the Wizard CMU99-TEST1 Dorothy
in Oz, part 7          and the Wizard in Oz,
                       part 7 Thu-Feb-17-23-56-
                       43.585-2000

The New Deal              New Story Fall 2000 The
                          New Deal

Ancient Architects of     New Story Fall 2000
the Mississippi, Part 1   Ancient Architects of the
                          Mississippi, Part 1
The Battle of             New Story Fall 2000 The
Gettysburg                Battle of Gettysburg

Little Women, Part 7     New Story Fall 2000
                         Little Women, Part 7
Bill Clinton's Inaugural New Story Fall 2000 Bill
Speech, Part 1           Clinton's Inaugural
                         Speech, Part 1
Bill Clinton's Inaugural New Story Fall 2000 Bill
Speech, Part 3           Clinton's Inaugural
                         Speech, Part 3
Bill Clinton's Inaugural New Story Fall 2000 Bill
Speech, Part 1           Clinton's Inaugural
                         Speech, Part 1
Bill Clinton's Inaugural New Story Fall 2000 Bill
Speech, Part 1           Clinton's Inaugural
                         Speech, Part 1
George Washington        New Story Fall 2000
Carver, Part 1           George Washingington
                         Carver, Part 1
How Humans Use the New Story Fall 2000
Ocean, Part 1            How Humans Use the
                         Ocean, Part 1
How Humans Use the New Story Fall 2000
Ocean, Part 1            How Humans Use the
                         Ocean, Part 1
Who Elects the           New Story Fall 2000
President?               Who Elects the
                         President
What Does Immigration New Story Fall 2000
Mean?                    What Does Immigration
                         Mean
What Does Immigration New Story Fall 2000
Mean?                    What Does Immigration
                         Mean
Thurgood Marshall        New Story Fall 2003 -
                         Thurgood Marshall -
                         from abcteach
What Does Immigration New Story Fall 2000
Mean?                   What Does Immigration
                        Mean
Jack and the Beanstalk, New Story Fall 2000
Part 1                  Jack and the Beanstalk,
                        Part 1
Hansel and Grettel Part Hansel and Grettel Part
4                       4
The Battle of           New Story Fall 2000 The
Gettysburg              Battle of Gettysburg

The Battle of            New Story Fall 2000 The
Gettysburg               Battle of Gettysburg

The Battle of            New Story Fall 2000 The
Gettysburg               Battle of Gettysburg

Christopher Columbus     New Story Fall 2003 -
                         Christopher Columbus -
                         from abcteach
History of the Teddy     New Story Fall 2003 -
Bear                     History of the Teddy
                         Bear - from abcteach
Ali Baba and the Forty   New Story Fall 2000 Ali
Thieves, Part 2          Baba and the Forty
                         Thieves, Part 2
Dopey Dennis, Part 3     New Story Fall 2000
                         Dopey Dennis, Part 3
Christopher Columbus     New Story Fall 2003 -
                         Christopher Columbus -
                         from abcteach
Hurricane Names          VOA Hurricane Names

The Cat and Venus        CLONE The Cat and
                         Venus Thu-Jun-29-11-
                         39-53.062-2000
Rosa Parks               New Story Fall 2003 -
                         Rosa Parks - from
                         abcteach
Rosa Parks               New Story Fall 2003 -
                         Rosa Parks - from
                         abcteach
The Adventures of        New Story Fall 2000 The
Aladdin, Part 3          Adventures of Aladdin,
                         Part 3
The Bill of Rights       New Story Fall 2000 The
                         Bill of Rights
Football                 New Story Fall 2003 -
                         Football - from abcteach
Rosa Parks              CMU00-QUAKER-23
                        Rosa Parks 174443.082
                        06282001
Booker T Washington, New Story Fall 2000
Part 2                  Booker T Washington,
                        Part 2
How Humans Use the New Story Fall 2000
Ocean, Part 4           How Humans Use the
                        Ocean, Part 4
How a Quilt is Made     CMU00-QUAKER-23
                        How a Quil 154506.039
                        06292001
Organisms and Their     New Story Fall 2000
Environment, Part 2,    Organisms and Their
Kelp Forest             Environment, Part 2,
                        Kelp Forest
Percussion Instruments CMU00-QUAKER-23
                        Percussion 171054.155
                        06282001
Organisms and Their     New Story Fall 2000
Environment, Part 2,    Organisms and Their
Kelp Forest             Environment, Part 2,
                        Kelp Forest
The Brave Little Tailor New Story Fall 2001 The
                        Brave Little Tailor
Skating Championship CMU00-QUAKER-23
                        Skating Ch 172825.737
                        06282001
The Sick Lion           The Sick Lion

The Wolf in Sheep's     The Wolf in Sheep's
Clothing                Clothing
The Great Depression    New Story Fall 2000 The
                        Great Depression
Little Women, Part 9    New Story Fall 2000
                        Little Women, Part 9
The Brave Little Tailor New Story Fall 2001 The
                        Brave Little Tailor
Beauty and the Beast, Beauty And The Beast,
Part 3                  Part 3
The Adventures of Tom New Story Fall 2000 The
Sawyer, Part 6          Adventures of Tom
                        Sawyer, Part 6
George Washington       New Story Fall 2000
Carver, Part 2          George Washingington
                        Carver, Part 2
Jane Addams Part 3,     New Story Spring 2001
The Peacemaker          Jane Addams Part 3,
                        The Peacemaker
The Author of Dorothy     CMU99-TEST1 About
and the Wizard in Oz      the author of Dorothy
                          and the Wizard in Oz Fri-
                          Feb-18-14-43-07.110-
                          2000
ROBIN HOOD AND            New Story Spring 2001
LITTLE JOHN poem,         ROBIN HOOD AND
Part 1                    LITTLE JOHN poem,
                          Part 1
Beauty and the Beast,     VOCAB BEAUTY AND
part 1                    THE BEAST PART 1

Spring Thaw by            copyright Katherine
Katherine Ayres           Ayres 2004 -- Spring
                          Thaw
Corky by Katherine        copyright Katherine
Ayres                     Ayres 2004 -- Corky
Corky by Katherine        copyright Katherine
Ayres                     Ayres 2004 -- Corky
The Brave Little Tailor   New Story Fall 2001 The
                          Brave Little Tailor




Leonard Bernstein was New Story Spring 2001
a pioneer in the field of Leonard Bernstein was
music.                    a pioneer in the field of
                          music
Ali Baba and the Forty New Story Fall 2000 Ali
Thieves, Part 3           Baba and the Forty
                          Thieves, Part 3
Ali Baba and the Forty New Story Fall 2000 Ali
Thieves, Part 4           Baba and the Forty
                          Thieves, Part 4
The Adventures of Tom New Story Spring 2001
Thumb                     The Adventures of Tom
                          Thumb
Insects: Masters of       New Story Fall 2000
Survival, Part 2          Insects Masters of
                          Survival, Part 2
Skating Championship CMU00-QUAKER-23
                          Skating Ch 172825.737
                          06282001
Starting Young to Build VOA Starting Young to
a Healthy Heart           Build a Healthy Heart
Starting Young to Build VOA Starting Young to
a Healthy Heart           Build a Healthy Heart
Starting Young to Build VOA Starting Young to
a Healthy Heart           Build a Healthy Heart
Starting Young to Build VOA Starting Young to
a Healthy Heart           Build a Healthy Heart
Ancient Architects of      New Story Fall 2000
the Mississippi, Part 3    Ancient Architects of the
                           Mississippi, Part 3
Veterans Day               CMU00-QUAKER-23
                           Veterans D 181335.002
                           06282001
The First Children's       CMU00-QUAKER-23
Television Shows           The First 151102.824
                           06282001
The First Children's       CMU00-QUAKER-23
Television Shows           The First 151102.824
                           06282001
The Great Depression       New Story Fall 2000 The
                           Great Depression
Americans Celebrate        CMU00-QUAKER-23
Halloween                  Americans 180631.994
                           06282001
History of Halloween       New Story Fall 2003 -
                           History of Halloween -
                           from abcteach
The Story of               VOCAB The Story of
Thumbelina, Part 3,        Thumbelina Part 3
Terrible Winter
Christopher Columbus      New Story Fall 2003 -
                          Christopher Columbus -
                          from abcteach
Square Dancing            CMU00-QUAKER-23
                          Square Dan 162942.220
                          06282001
Little Women, Part 2      New Story Fall 2000
                          Little Women, Part 2
The Beach Snake           Word Building -- oi
The Beach Snake           Word Building -- oi
Birthdays                 Word Building -- long U
Birthdays                 Word Building -- long U
The Beach Snake           Word Building -- oi
Cinderella, Or The Little Cinderella Or The Little
Glass Slipper, Part 2     Glass Slipper Part 2

Kyle Invents a Cookie      New Story Fall 2003 -
                           Kyle Invents a Cookie
Bill Clinton's Inaugural   New Story Fall 2000 Bill
Speech, Part 1             Clinton's Inaugural
                           Speech, Part 1
Bill Clinton's Inaugural   New Story Fall 2000 Bill
Speech, Part 2             Clinton's Inaugural
                           Speech, Part 2
Bill Clinton's Inaugural   New Story Fall 2000 Bill
Speech, Part 2             Clinton's Inaugural
                           Speech, Part 2
The Adventures of Tom New Story Fall 2000 The
Sawyer, Part 3        Adventures of Tom
                      Sawyer, Part 3
Rumpelstiltzkin.      Rumpelstiltzkin

Little Women, Part 2      New Story Fall 2000
                          Little Women, Part 2
The Brave Little Tailor   New Story Fall 2001 The
                          Brave Little Tailor




The Sound of the          NEW SOUND STORY--
Letters S C in            The Sound of the
SCIENCE, SCENE, and       Letters S C in
SCENT                     SCIENCE, SCENE, and
                          SCENT
The Sound of the          NEW SOUND STORY--
Letters S C in            The Sound of the
SCIENCE, SCENE, and       Letters S C in
SCENT                     SCIENCE, SCENE, and
                          SCENT
The Muffin Poem           New Story Fall 2003 -
                          The Muffin Poem
Sandy's Refrigerator by   copyright Katherine
Katherine Ayres           Ayres 2004 -- Sandy's
                          Refrigerator
Sandy's Refrigerator by   copyright Katherine
Katherine Ayres           Ayres 2004 -- Sandy's
                          Refrigerator
Spring Thaw by            copyright Katherine
Katherine Ayres           Ayres 2004 -- Spring
                          Thaw
Sandy and the Pine        PILOT story fall 2003 -
Tree, by Katherine        Sandy and the Pine -
Ayres                     copyright Katherine
                          Ayres
Sandy and the Pine        PILOT story fall 2003 -
Tree, by Katherine        Sandy and the Pine -
Ayres                     copyright Katherine
                          Ayres
Sandy and the Pine        copyright Katherine
Tree by Katherine Ayres   Ayres 2004 -- Sandy
                          and the Pine Tree
Spring Thaw by            copyright Katherine
Katherine Ayres           Ayres 2004 -- Spring
                          Thaw
Sandy and the Pine        copyright Katherine
Tree by Katherine Ayres   Ayres 2004 -- Sandy
                          and the Pine Tree
Sandy's Refrigerator by copyright Katherine
Katherine Ayres           Ayres 2004 -- Sandy's
                          Refrigerator
Stealing Jack by          copyright Katherine
Katherine Ayres           Ayres 2004 -- Stealing
                          Jack
Dopey Dennis, Part 1      New Story Fall 2000
                          Dopey Dennis, Part 1
Dopey Dennis, Part 2      New Story Fall 2000
                          Dopey Dennis, Part 2
Spring Thaw by            copyright Katherine
Katherine Ayres           Ayres 2004 -- Spring
                          Thaw
Spring Thaw by            copyright Katherine
Katherine Ayres           Ayres 2004 -- Spring
                          Thaw
Spring Thaw by            copyright Katherine
Katherine Ayres           Ayres 2004 -- Spring
                          Thaw
ROBIN HOOD AND            New Story Spring 2001
LITTLE JOHN poem,         ROBIN HOOD AND
Part 2                    LITTLE JOHN poem,
                          Part 2
Cinderella, or the Little VOCAB CINDERELLA
Glass Slipper, part 1     OR THE LITTLE
                          GLASS SLIPPER PART
                          1
Booker T Washington, New Story Fall 2000
Part 1                    Booker T Washington,
                          Part 1
The Little Red Hen, part CMU99-TEST1 The little
1                         Red Hen, part 1 Thu-
                          Jan
The Adventures of Tom New Story Fall 2000 The
Sawyer, Part 3            Adventures of Tom
                          Sawyer, Part 3
The Bill of Rights        New Story Fall 2000 The
                          Bill of Rights

Buttercup Gold by Ellen CMU99-TEST1
Robena Field            Buttercup Gold by Ellen
                        Robena Field Mon-Feb-
                        21-16-00-36.758-2000

Ted's Strange Day       CLONE Ted's Strange
                        Day Tue-Jun-27-12-20-
                        58.640-2000
Rumpelstiltzkin.        Rumpelstiltzkin
The Great Depression    New Story Fall 2000 The
                        Great Depression
Insects: Masters of     New Story Fall 2000
Survival, Part 2        Insects Masters of
                        Survival, Part 2
The Brave Little Tailor New Story Fall 2001 The
                        Brave Little Tailor
Buttercup Gold by Ellen CMU99-TEST1
Robena Field            Buttercup Gold by Ellen
                        Robena Field Mon-Feb-
                        21-16-00-36.758-2000

Pirate Mystery Part 3     CMU1999-09 Pirate
"Digging For Clues"       Mystery Part 3 Thu-Jun-
                          29-11-22-34.505-2000

The Lion and the          CLONE The Lion and
Mouse                     the Mouse Thu-Jun-29-
                          12-02-48.015-2000
The Ant and the           CLONE The Ant and the
Chrysalis                 Chrysalis Wed-Jun-28-
                          18-23-27.562-2000
The Wolf in Sheep's       The Wolf in Sheep's
Clothing                  Clothing
The Wolf in Sheep's       The Wolf in Sheep's
Clothing                  Clothing
The Bill of Rights        New Story Fall 2000 The
                          Bill of Rights
The Brave Little Tailor   New Story Fall 2001 The
                          Brave Little Tailor

My Dog                    New Story Fall 2003 -
                          My Dog - from abcteach

The Wolf in Sheep's   The Wolf in Sheep's
Clothing              Clothing
                      New Story Fall 2003 -
Polly's Really Big Feet
                      Polly's Really Big Feet
What Does Immigration New Story Fall 2000
Mean?                 What Does Immigration
                      Mean
Immigration in        New Story Spring 2001
American History, The Immigration in American
Great Surge           History, The Great
                      Surge
Immigration in        New Story Spring 2001
American History, The Immigration in American
Growing Nation        History, The Growing
                      Nation
Immigration in        New Story Spring 2001
American History, The Immigration in American
Growing Nation        History, The Growing
                      Nation
The History of Marbles, copyright William Fricke
Part 1, by William      2004 -- The History of
Fricke                  Marbles Part 1

Cinderella, Or The Little Cinderella Or The Little
Glass Slipper, Part 3     Glass Slipper Part 3

The Battle of             New Story Fall 2000 The
Gettysburg                Battle of Gettysburg

Rumpelstiltzkin.          Rumpelstiltzkin
The Bill of Rights        New Story Fall 2000 The
                          Bill of Rights

The Brave Little Tailor   New Story Fall 2001 The
                          Brave Little Tailor


The Adventures of Tom New Story Fall 2000 The
Sawyer, Part 2           Adventures of Tom
                         Sawyer, Part 2
Bill Clinton's Inaugural New Story Fall 2000 Bill
Speech, Part 3           Clinton's Inaugural
                         Speech, Part 3
The Princess and the     VOCAB The Princess
Pea, by Hans Christian and the Pea
Andersen
Insects: Masters of      New Story Fall 2000
Survival, Part 2         Insects Masters of
                         Survival, Part 2
The Velveteen Rabbit CLONE The Velveteen
by Marjorie Williams     Rabbit by Marjorie
Part 1                   Williams Part 1 Fri-Jun-
                         30-15-12-05.812-2000
Starting Young to Build VOA Starting Young to
a Healthy Heart          Build a Healthy Heart
Dopey Dennis, Part 3     New Story Fall 2000
                         Dopey Dennis, Part 3
The Dust Bowl            New Story Fall 2000 The
                         Dust Bowl
The Dust Bowl            New Story Fall 2000 The
                         Dust Bowl
Exploring the Sea (The New Story Fall 2000
Waves and the Tide)      Exploring the Sea (The
                         Waves and the Tide)
Severe Ocean Storms VOA Severe Ocean
                         Storms
Severe Ocean Storms VOA Severe Ocean
                         Storms
Hurricane Names          VOA Hurricane Names
Severe Ocean Storms        VOA Severe Ocean
                           Storms
ROBIN HOOD AND             New Story Spring 2001
LITTLE JOHN poem,          ROBIN HOOD AND
Part 2                     LITTLE JOHN poem,
                           Part 2
Cesar Chavez Part 2,       New Story Spring 2001
Making a Better Life for   Cesar Chavez Part 2,
Farmers                    Making a Better Life for
                           Farmers
The Adventures of Tom      New Story Fall 2000 The
Sawyer, Part 4             Adventures of Tom
                           Sawyer, Part 4
The Velveteen Rabbit       CLONE The Velveteen
by Marjorie Williams       Rabbit by Marjorie
Part 1                     Williams Part 1 Fri-Jun-
                           30-15-12-05.812-2000
Ali Baba and the Forty     New Story Fall 2000 Ali
Thieves, Part 3            Baba and the Forty
                           Thieves, Part 3
What Does Immigration      New Story Fall 2000
Mean?                      What Does Immigration
                           Mean
George Washington          New Story Fall 2000
Carver, Part 2             George Washingington
                           Carver, Part 2
Create Your Own Scary      CMU1999-09 Create
Story                      Your Own Scary Story.
                           122442.629 08072000
Little Women, Part 6       New Story Fall 2000
                           Little Women, Part 6
The Adventures of          CMU99-TEST1 The
Reddy Fox, part 4          Adventures of Reddy
                           Fox, part 4 Tue-Feb-15-
                           23-53-23.462-2000
The Dust Bowl              New Story Fall 2000 The
                           Dust Bowl
The Right to Vote, Part    New Story Fall 2000 The
1                          Right to Vote, Part 1

Life Under the Sea, Part New Story Fall 2000 Life
4                        Under the Sea, Part 4

Life Under the Sea, Part New Story Fall 2000 Life
4                        Under the Sea, Part 4

Entertainment During       New Story Fall 2000
America's Great            Entertainment During
Depression                 America's Great
                           Depression
How Humans Use the          New Story Fall 2000
Ocean, Part 3               How Humans Use the
                            Ocean, Part 3
Dopey Dennis, Part 1        New Story Fall 2000
                            Dopey Dennis, Part 1
Cesar Chavez Part 2,        New Story Spring 2001
Making a Better Life for    Cesar Chavez Part 2,
Farmers                     Making a Better Life for
                            Farmers
Rosa Parks                  CMU00-QUAKER-23
                            Rosa Parks 174443.082
                            06282001
Leonard Bernstein was       New Story Spring 2001
a pioneer in the field of   Leonard Bernstein was
music.                      a pioneer in the field of
                            music
The Adventures of Tom       New Story Fall 2000 The
Sawyer, Part 2              Adventures of Tom
                            Sawyer, Part 2
The Tale of Mulan, the      New Story Fall 2000 The
Maiden Chief                Tale of Mulan
Little Women, Part 4        New Story Fall 2000
                            Little Women, Part 4
The Velveteen Rabbit        CLONE The Velveteen
by Marjorie Williams        Rabbit by Marjorie
Part 4                      Williams Part 4
                            135816.687 07062000
Cinderella, Or The Little   Cinderella Or The Little
Glass Slipper, Part 2       Glass Slipper Part 2

Sammy's Wish                New Story Fall 2003 -
                            Sammy's Wish from
                            abcteach
Dopey Dennis, Part 3        New Story Fall 2000
                            Dopey Dennis, Part 3

The Great Depression        New Story Fall 2000 The
                            Great Depression
The New Deal                New Story Fall 2000 The
                            New Deal
Ancient Architects of       New Story Fall 2000
the Mississippi, Part 2     Ancient Architects of the
                            Mississippi, Part 2
The New Deal                New Story Fall 2000 The
                            New Deal
Insects: Masters of         New Story Fall 2000
Survival, Part 2            Insects Masters of
                            Survival, Part 2
The Life of Frederick       New Story Fall 2000 The
Douglass                    Life of Frederick
                            Douglass
The Life of Frederick   New Story Fall 2000 The
Douglass                Life of Frederick
                        Douglass
George Washington       New Story Fall 2000
Carver, Part 1          George Washingington
                        Carver, Part 1
The Right to Vote, Part New Story Fall 2000 The
2                       Right to Vote, Part 2

The Right to Vote, Part New Story Fall 2000 The
2                       Right to Vote, Part 2

Over One Million        VOA Over One Million
Students Are Home-      Students Are Home-
Schooled                Schooled
Jane Addams Part 1,     New Story Spring 2001
The Good Work She       Jane Addams Part 1,
Did                     The Good Work She Did

Jane Addams Part 1,     New Story Spring 2001
The Good Work She       Jane Addams Part 1,
Did                     The Good Work She Did

Booker T Washington,    New Story Fall 2000
Part 2                  Booker T Washington,
                        Part 2
Booker T Washington,    New Story Fall 2000
Part 2                  Booker T Washington,
                        Part 2


Booker T Washington,     New Story Fall 2000
Part 1                   Booker T Washington,
                         Part 1
Ancient Architects of    New Story Fall 2000
the Mississippi, Part 2 Ancient Architects of the
                         Mississippi, Part 2
Organisms and Their      New Story Fall 2000
Environment, Part 1,     Organisms and Their
Counting                 Environment, Part 1,
                         Counting
How Humans Use the New Story Fall 2000
Ocean, Part 2            How Humans Use the
                         Ocean, Part 2
Life Under the Sea, Part New Story Fall 2000 Life
2                        Under the Sea, Part 2

Insects: Masters of     New Story Fall 2000
Survival, Part 2        Insects Masters of
                        Survival, Part 2
The Underground          New Story Fall 2000 The
Railroad, Operation      Underground Railroad,
                         Operation
How Humans Use the       New Story Fall 2000
Ocean, Part 2            How Humans Use the
                         Ocean, Part 2
The Adventures of Tom    New Story Fall 2000 The
Sawyer, Part 3           Adventures of Tom
                         Sawyer, Part 3
Little Women, Part 2     New Story Fall 2000
                         Little Women, Part 2
Beauty and the Beast,    Beauty And The Beast,
Part 3                   Part 3
Dorothy and the Wizard   CMU99-TEST1 Dorothy
in Oz, part 3            and the Wizard in Oz,
                         part 3
The Adventures of        New Story Fall 2000 The
Aladdin, Part 3          Adventures of Aladdin,
                         Part 3
The Adventures of Tom    New Story Fall 2000 The
Sawyer, Part 4           Adventures of Tom
                         Sawyer, Part 4
The Adventures of        New Story Fall 2000 The
Aladdin, Part 1          Adventures of Aladdin,
                         Part 1
Dorothy and the Wizard   CMU99-TEST1 Dorothy
in Oz, part 6            and the Wizard in Oz,
                         part 6


Little Women, Part 8     New Story Fall 2000
                         Little Women, Part 8

Little Women, Part 8     New Story Fall 2000
                         Little Women, Part 8
The Adventures of        CMU99-TEST1 The
Reddy Fox, part 3        Adventures of Reddy
                         Fox, part 3Tue-Feb-15-
                         23-03-54.993-2000
The Story of             VOCAB The Story of
Thumbelina, Part 4       Thumbelina Part 4
The Velveteen Rabbit     CLONE The Velveteen
by Marjorie Williams     Rabbit by Marjorie
Part 4                   Williams Part 4
                         135816.687 07062000
Beauty and the Beast,    VOCAB BEAUTY AND
part 1                   THE BEAST PART 1
The Velveteen Rabbit     CLONE The Velveteen
by Marjorie Williams     Rabbit by Marjorie
Part 1                   Williams Part 1 Fri-Jun-
                         30-15-12-05.812-2000
The Velveteen Rabbit   CLONE The Velveteen
by Marjorie Williams   Rabbit by Marjorie
Part 1                 Williams Part 1 Fri-Jun-
                       30-15-12-05.812-2000
The Velveteen Rabbit CLONE The Velveteen
by Marjorie Williams   Rabbit by Marjorie
Part 3                 Williams Part 3
                       133307.000 07062000
Dorothy and the Wizard CMU99-TEST1 Dorothy
in Oz, part 5          and the Wizard in Oz,
                       part 5 Thu-Feb-17-14-15-
                       04.250-2000

The History of Marbles, copyright William Fricke
Part 1, by William      2004 -- The History of
Fricke                  Marbles Part 1

Bill Clinton's Inaugural New Story Fall 2000 Bill
Speech, Part 1           Clinton's Inaugural
                         Speech, Part 1
The Sound of the         NEW SOUND STORY -
Letters A and I in MAIN, The Sound of the
BAIT and LAID.           Letters A and I in MAIN,
                         BAIT and LAID
Elaine McCain Who        New Story Spring 2001
Came From Spain          Elaine McCain Who
                         Came From Spain
Dorothy and the Wizard CMU99-TEST1 Dorothy
in Oz, part 6            and the Wizard in Oz,
                         part 6
Sammy's Wish             New Story Fall 2003 -
                         Sammy's Wish from
                         abcteach
Dorothy and the Wizard CMU99-TEST1 Dorothy
in Oz, part 6            and the Wizard in Oz,
                         part 6
Sammy's Wish             New Story Fall 2003 -
                         Sammy's Wish from
                         abcteach
The Tale of Mulan, the New Story Fall 2000 The
Maiden Chief             Tale of Mulan
St Patrick's Day         CMU00-QUAKER-23 St.
                         142756.833 06292001

Dorothy and the Wizard CMU99-TEST1 Dorothy
in Oz, part 8          and the Wizard in Oz,
                       part 8 Fri-Feb-18-11-31-
                       44.168-2000

The Great Depression       New Story Fall 2000 The
                           Great Depression
The Right to Vote, Part New Story Fall 2000 The
1                       Right to Vote, Part 1

The Right to Vote, Part New Story Fall 2000 The
2                       Right to Vote, Part 2

ROBIN HOOD AND            New Story Spring 2001
LITTLE JOHN poem,         ROBIN HOOD AND
Part 2                    LITTLE JOHN poem,
                          Part 2


The Talkative Tortoise    CMU99-TEST1 The
                          Talkative Tortoise Wed-
                          Jan-12-13-17-11.307-
                          2000
The Story of              VOCAB The Story of
Thumbelina, Part 3,       Thumbelina Part 3
Terrible Winter
Elaine McCain Who         New Story Spring 2001
Came From Spain           Elaine McCain Who
                          Came From Spain
Insects: Masters of       New Story Fall 2000
Survival, Part 1          Insects Masters of
                          Survival, Part 1
The Underground           New Story Fall 2000 The
Railroad, Operation       Underground Railroad,
                          Operation
The Story of Hyacinth     New Story Fall 2001 The
and Apollo, by Emily      Story of Hyacinth
Keary
The Author of Dorothy     CMU99-TEST1 About
and the Wizard in Oz      the author of Dorothy
                          and the Wizard in Oz Fri-
                          Feb-18-14-43-07.110-
                          2000
The Underground           New Story Fall 2000 The
Railroad, Early           Underground Railroad,
Antislavery               Early Antislavery

Polly's Really Big FeetNew Story Fall 2003 -
                       Polly's Really Big Feet
The Adventures of Tom New Story Fall 2000 The
Sawyer, Part 3         Adventures of Tom
                       Sawyer, Part 3
Ali Baba and the Forty New Story Fall 2000 Ali
Thieves, Part 1        Baba and the Forty
                       Thieves, Part 1
Ali Baba and the Forty New Story Fall 2000 Ali
Thieves, Part 2        Baba and the Forty
                       Thieves, Part 2
The Adventures of Tom New Story Fall 2000 The
Sawyer, Part 2        Adventures of Tom
                      Sawyer, Part 2
Skating Championship CMU00-QUAKER-23
                      Skating Ch 172825.737
                      06282001
Stringed Instruments  CMU00-QUAKER-23
                      Stringed I 172017.154
                      06282001
Square Dancing        CMU00-QUAKER-23         need the "something" sense of personality here
                      Square Dan 162942.220
                      06282001
Stringed Instruments  CMU00-QUAKER-23
                      Stringed I 172017.154
                      06282001
Skating Championship CMU00-QUAKER-23
                      Skating Ch 172825.737
                      06282001
Skating Championship CMU00-QUAKER-23
                      Skating Ch 172825.737
                      06282001
Skating Championship CMU00-QUAKER-23
                      Skating Ch 172825.737
                      06282001
Skating Championship CMU00-QUAKER-23
                      Skating Ch 172825.737
                      06282001
Birth of Jazz         VOA Birth of Jazz
Skating Championship CMU00-QUAKER-23
                      Skating Ch 172825.737
                      06282001
Duke Ellington, Great New Story Spring 2001
Jazz Musician         Duke Ellington, Great
                      Jazz Musician
The Battle of         New Story Fall 2000 The
Gettysburg            Battle of Gettysburg

Exploring the Sea         New Story Fall 2000
(Multiple Layers)         Exploring the Sea
                          (Mulitple Layers)
All About Sharks          VOA All About Sharks
Ancient Architects of     New Story Fall 2000
the Mississippi, Part 2   Ancient Architects of the
                          Mississippi, Part 2
More About the Author     CMU99-TEST1 More
of Dorothy and the        about the author of
Wizard in Oz              Dorothy and the Wizard
                          in Oz. Fri-Feb-18-14-54-
                          47.647-2000
What Does it Take to      New Story Fall 2000
be President?             What Does it Take to be
                          President
Organisms and Their        New Story Fall 2000
Environment, Part 5,       Organisms and Their
The Food Web               Environment, Part 5,
                           The Food Web
Insects: Masters of        New Story Fall 2000
Survival, Part 1           Insects Masters of
                           Survival, Part 1
The Kentucky Derby         New Story Fall 2003 -
                           The Kentucky Derby -
                           from abcteach
Birth of Jazz              VOA Birth of Jazz
Andrew Carnegie, Rags      New Story Spring 2001
to Riches                  Andrew Carnegie, Rags
                           to Riches
The Finest Band in the     New Story Fall 2003 -
History of Pop Music       The Finest Band in -
                           from abcteach
Cesar Chavez Part 2,       New Story Spring 2001
Making a Better Life for   Cesar Chavez Part 2,
Farmers                    Making a Better Life for
                           Farmers
Cesar Chavez Part 2,       New Story Spring 2001
Making a Better Life for   Cesar Chavez Part 2,
Farmers                    Making a Better Life for
                           Farmers
The Finest Band in the     New Story Fall 2003 -
History of Pop Music       The Finest Band in -
                           from abcteach
More About the Author      CMU99-TEST1 More
of Dorothy and the         about the author of
Wizard in Oz               Dorothy and the Wizard
                           in Oz. Fri-Feb-18-14-54-
                           47.647-2000
The Adventures of Tom      New Story Fall 2000 The
Sawyer, Part 2             Adventures of Tom
                           Sawyer, Part 2
The New Deal               New Story Fall 2000 The
                           New Deal
The Adventures of Tom      New Story Fall 2000 The
Sawyer, Part 4             Adventures of Tom
                           Sawyer, Part 4
World War Two              New Story Fall 2000
                           World War Two
Little Women, Part 1       New Story Fall 2000
                           Little Women, Part 1
St Patrick's Day           CMU00-QUAKER-23 St.
                           142756.833 06292001

The Underground            New Story Fall 2000 The
Railroad, Introduction     Underground Railroad,
                           Introduction
Little Women, Part 5    New Story Fall 2000
                        Little Women, Part 5
Football                New Story Fall 2003 -
                        Football - from abcteach

World War Two           New Story Fall 2000
                        World War Two
George Washington       New Story Fall 2000
Carver, Part 1          George Washingington
                        Carver, Part 1
The Life of Frederick   New Story Fall 2000 The
Douglass                Life of Frederick
                        Douglass
The Bill of Rights      New Story Fall 2000 The
                        Bill of Rights

Andrew Carnegie,         New Story Spring 2001
Philanthropist           Andrew Carnegie,
                         Philanthropist
The First Earth Day      CMU00-QUAKER-23
                         The First 145336.366
                         06292001
Booker T Washington, New Story Fall 2000
Part 2                   Booker T Washington,
                         Part 2
Booker T Washington, New Story Fall 2000
Part 2                   Booker T Washington,
                         Part 2
Cesar Chavez Part 2,     New Story Spring 2001
Making a Better Life for Cesar Chavez Part 2,
Farmers                  Making a Better Life for
                         Farmers
Old Man With a Nose      CMU99-TEST1 There
                         was an Old Man with a
                         nose, Thu-Jan-06-14-48-
                         32.435-2000
Little Women, Part 10 New Story Fall 2000
                         Little Women, Part 10
Percussion Instruments CMU00-QUAKER-23
                         Percussion 171054.155
                         06282001
The Velveteen Rabbit CLONE The Velveteen
by Marjorie Williams     Rabbit by Marjorie
Part 1                   Williams Part 1 Fri-Jun-
                         30-15-12-05.812-2000
The Adventures of        CMU99-TEST1 The
Reddy Fox, part 6        Adventures of Reddy
                         Fox, part 6 Wed-Feb-16-
                         10-24-48.494-2000
Stealing Jack by         copyright Katherine
Katherine Ayres          Ayres 2004 -- Stealing
                         Jack
Stealing Jack by         copyright Katherine
Katherine Ayres          Ayres 2004 -- Stealing
                         Jack
World War Two            New Story Fall 2000
                         World War Two
World War Two            New Story Fall 2000
                         World War Two
Why Don't Penguins       CMU99-TEST1 Why
Live in the North?       don't penguins live in the
                         north Wed-Feb-16-12-
                         25-10.649-2000
Life Under the Sea, Part New Story Fall 2000 Life
2                        Under the Sea, Part 2

Life Under the Sea, Part New Story Fall 2000 Life
1                        Under the Sea, Part 1

Life Under the Sea, Part New Story Fall 2000 Life
2                        Under the Sea, Part 2

What Do You Know           VOA What Do You
About Goats?               Know About Goats
Life Under the Sea, Part   New Story Fall 2000 Life
2                          Under the Sea, Part 2

Life Under the Sea, Part New Story Fall 2000 Life
2                        Under the Sea, Part 2

How Humans Use the       New Story Fall 2000
Ocean, Part 3            How Humans Use the
                         Ocean, Part 3
Insects: Masters of      New Story Fall 2000
Survival, Part 1         Insects Masters of
                         Survival, Part 1
Insects: Masters of      New Story Fall 2000
Survival, Part 1         Insects Masters of
                         Survival, Part 1
Andrew Carnegie, Rags New Story Spring 2001
to Riches                Andrew Carnegie, Rags
                         to Riches
Cesar Chavez Part 1,     New Story Spring 2001
Growing Up and Getting Cesar Chavez Part 1,
Started                  Growing Up and Getting
                         Started
Joe's All About Goats    EXP Goats with DOTS
                         and STATEGY
The Great Depression New Story Fall 2000 The
                         Great Depression
Life Under the Sea, Part New Story Fall 2000 Life
2                        Under the Sea, Part 2
Insects: Masters of     New Story Fall 2000
Survival, Part 1        Insects Masters of
                        Survival, Part 1
Dorothy and the Wizard CMU99-TEST1 Dorothy
in Oz, part 6           and the Wizard in Oz,
                        part 6
The Adventures of       New Story Fall 2000 The
Aladdin, Part 1         Adventures of Aladdin,
                        Part 1
Short Vocabulary        PROTOTYPE Vocab
Activity                Lesson Test Contexts
                        kid friendliness
The Adventures of       CMU99-TEST1 The
Reddy Fox, part 5       Adventures of Reddy
                        Fox, part 5 Wed-Feb-16-
                        01-17-13.805-2000
The Adventures of       CMU99-TEST1 The
Reddy Fox, part 3       Adventures of Reddy
                        Fox, part 3Tue-Feb-15-
                        23-03-54.993-2000
The Brave Little Tailor New Story Fall 2001 The
                        Brave Little Tailor

Elaine McCain Who         New Story Spring 2001
Came From Spain           Elaine McCain Who
                          Came From Spain
The Brave Little Tailor   New Story Fall 2001 The
                          Brave Little Tailor

The Velveteen Rabbit      CLONE The Velveteen
by Marjorie Williams      Rabbit by Marjorie
Part 2                    Williams Part 2 Fri-Jun-
                          30-16-03-40.640-2000
The Hare and the          The Hare and the
Tortoise                  Tortoise

The Story of Hyacinth     New Story Fall 2001 The
and Apollo, by Emily      Story of Hyacinth
Keary
The Adventures of         CMU99-TEST1 The
Reddy Fox, part 2         Adventures of Reddy
                          Fox, part 2 Thu-Jan-20-
                          15-05-57.467-2000
The Underground           New Story Fall 2000 The
Railroad, Introduction    Underground Railroad,
                          Introduction
The Underground           New Story Fall 2000 The
Railroad, Introduction    Underground Railroad,
                          Introduction
The Life of Frederick     New Story Fall 2000 The
Douglass                  Life of Frederick
                          Douglass
The Underground          New Story Fall 2000 The
Railroad, Operation      Underground Railroad,
                         Operation
Cesar Chavez Part 2,     New Story Spring 2001
Making a Better Life for Cesar Chavez Part 2,
Farmers                  Making a Better Life for
                         Farmers
Cesar Chavez Part 2,     New Story Spring 2001
Making a Better Life for Cesar Chavez Part 2,
Farmers                  Making a Better Life for
                         Farmers
Booker T Washington, New Story Fall 2000
Part 2                   Booker T Washington,
                         Part 2
Earth Sciences, from     New Story Fall 2000
NASA's Jet Propulsion Earth Sciences
Laboratory
George Washington        New Story Fall 2000
Carver, Part 2           George Washingington
                         Carver, Part 2
Skating Championship CMU00-QUAKER-23
                         Skating Ch 172825.737
                         06282001
Cats                     New Story Fall 2003 -
                         Cats - from abcteach
The Adventures of        New Story Fall 2000 The
Aladdin, Part 4          Adventures of Aladdin,
                         Part 4
The Story of             VOCAB The Story of
Thumbelina, Part 4       Thumbelina Part 4
Insects: Masters of      New Story Fall 2000
Survival, Part 2         Insects Masters of
                         Survival, Part 2
Andrew Carnegie, Rags New Story Spring 2001
to Riches                Andrew Carnegie, Rags
                         to Riches
Andrew Carnegie, Rags New Story Spring 2001
to Riches                Andrew Carnegie, Rags
                         to Riches
County and State Fairs CMU00-QUAKER-23
                         County and 153246.646
                         06292001
How Humans Use the New Story Fall 2000
Ocean, Part 3            How Humans Use the
                         Ocean, Part 3
The Great Depression New Story Fall 2000 The
                         Great Depression
All About Sharks         VOA All About Sharks
Bill Clinton's Inaugural New Story Fall 2000 Bill
Speech, Part 1           Clinton's Inaugural
                         Speech, Part 1
Booker T Washington,       New Story Fall 2000
Part 1                     Booker T Washington,
                           Part 1
Booker T Washington,       New Story Fall 2000
Part 1                     Booker T Washington,
                           Part 1
The Solar System (9        New Story Fall 2000 The
Planets)                   Solar System
Ancient Architects of      New Story Fall 2000
the Mississippi, Part 2    Ancient Architects of the
                           Mississippi, Part 2
Booker T Washington,       New Story Fall 2000
Part 1                     Booker T Washington,
                           Part 1
The Adventures of          New Story Fall 2000 The
Aladdin, Part 2            Adventures of Aladdin,
                           Part 2
Little Women, Part 4       New Story Fall 2000
                           Little Women, Part 4
The Ant and the            CLONE The Ant and the
Grasshopper                Grasshopper Thu-Jun-
                           29-11-35-14.937-2000

The Princess and the       VOCAB The Princess
Pea, by Hans Christian     and the Pea
Andersen
The Tale of Mulan, the     New Story Fall 2000 The
Maiden Chief               Tale of Mulan
Many Native Americans      Totem poles
are trying today to keep
their traditions alive.

Many Native Americans Totem poles
are trying today to keep
their traditions alive.

Many Native Americans Totem poles
are trying today to keep
their traditions alive.

Many Native Americans Totem poles
are trying today to keep
their traditions alive.

St Patrick's Day           CMU00-QUAKER-23 St.
                           142756.833 06292001

Americans Celebrate        CMU00-QUAKER-23
Halloween                  Americans 180631.994
                           06282001
History of Halloween   New Story Fall 2003 -
                       History of Halloween -
                       from abcteach
St Patrick's Day       CMU00-QUAKER-23 St.
                       142756.833 06292001

Christmas Day           CMU00-QUAKER-23
                        Christmas 144605.027
                        06292001
Christmas Day           CMU00-QUAKER-23
                        Christmas 144605.027
                        06292001
Christmas Day           CMU00-QUAKER-23
                        Christmas 144605.027
                        06292001
Christmas Day           CMU00-QUAKER-23
                        Christmas 144605.027
                        06292001
The Adventures of Tom New Story Fall 2000 The
Sawyer, Part 6          Adventures of Tom
                        Sawyer, Part 6
Jane Addams Part 3,     New Story Spring 2001
The Peacemaker          Jane Addams Part 3,
                        The Peacemaker
Little Women, Part 4    New Story Fall 2000
                        Little Women, Part 4
Beauty And The Beast, Beauty And The Beast,
Part 2                  Part 2
Jack and the Beanstalk, New Story Fall 2000
Part 3                  Jack and the Beanstalk,
                        Part 3
The Cat and Venus       CLONE The Cat and
                        Venus Thu-Jun-29-11-
                        39-53.062-2000
Insects: Masters of     New Story Fall 2000
Survival, Part 1        Insects Masters of
                        Survival, Part 1
Insects: Masters of     New Story Fall 2000
Survival, Part 2        Insects Masters of
                        Survival, Part 2
The Animals and the     New Story Spring 2001
Plague                  The Animals and the
                        Plague
Ali Baba and the Forty New Story Fall 2000 Ali
Thieves, Part 1         Baba and the Forty
                        Thieves, Part 1
THE TALE OF PETER CMU1999-09 THE
RABBIT BY BEATRIX TALE OF PETER
POTTER                  RABBIT BY BEATRIX
                        POTTER Tue-Jun-13-17-
                        29-39.377-2000
Jack and the Beanstalk, New Story Fall 2000
Part 1                  Jack and the Beanstalk,
                        Part 1
Short Vocabulary        PROTOTYPE Vocab
Activity                Lesson Test Contexts
                        kid friendliness
Short Vocabulary        PROTOTYPE Vocab
Activity                Lesson Test Contexts
                        kid friendliness
Short Vocabulary        PROTOTYPE Vocab
Activity                Lesson Test Contexts
                        kid friendliness
The Adventures of       CMU99-TEST1 The
Reddy Fox, part 4       Adventures of Reddy
                        Fox, part 4 Tue-Feb-15-
                        23-53-23.462-2000
The Adventures of       CMU99-TEST1 The
Reddy Fox, part 3       Adventures of Reddy
                        Fox, part 3Tue-Feb-15-
                        23-03-54.993-2000
Exploring the Sea       New Story Fall 2000
(Multiple Layers)       Exploring the Sea
                        (Mulitple Layers)
Organisms and Their     New Story Fall 2000
Environment, Part 4,    Organisms and Their
Organizing Organisms Environment, Part 4,
                        Organizing Organisms
Krazy Kat and Other     CMU00-QUAKER-23
Cartoon Characters      Krazy Kat 165155.157
                        06282001
Veterans Day            CMU00-QUAKER-23
                        Veterans D 181335.002
                        06282001
Ali Baba and the Forty New Story Fall 2000 Ali
Thieves, Part 2         Baba and the Forty
                        Thieves, Part 2
Jack and the Beanstalk, New Story Fall 2000
Part 2                  Jack and the Beanstalk,
                        Part 2
The Brave Little Tailor New Story Fall 2001 The
                        Brave Little Tailor
Dorothy and the Wizard CMU99-TEST1 Dorothy
in Oz, part 5           and the Wizard in Oz,
                        part 5 Thu-Feb-17-14-15-
                        04.250-2000

Dorothy and the Wizard CMU99-TEST1 Dorothy
in Oz, part 8          and the Wizard in Oz,
                       part 8 Fri-Feb-18-11-31-
                       44.168-2000
Little Women, Part 10New Story Fall 2000
                     Little Women, Part 10
ROBIN HOOD AND       New Story Spring 2001
LITTLE JOHN poem,    ROBIN HOOD AND
Part 2               LITTLE JOHN poem,
                     Part 2
ROBIN HOOD AND       New Story Spring 2001
LITTLE JOHN poem,    ROBIN HOOD AND
Part 2               LITTLE JOHN poem,
                     Part 2
Henry the Round      New Story Spring 2001
Hound Came Tumbling Henry the Round Hound
to the Ground        Came Tumbling to the
                     Ground
The Animals and the  New Story Spring 2001
Plague               The Animals and the
                     Plague
The Sun and the Wind CMU99-TEST1 The Sun
                     and the Wind once had
                     a quarrel as to which
                     was the stronger. Thu-
                     Jan-06-14-32-0

Bill Clinton's Inaugural New Story Fall 2000 Bill
Speech, Part 3           Clinton's Inaugural
                         Speech, Part 3
The Tale of Mulan, the New Story Fall 2000 The
Maiden Chief             Tale of Mulan
The Solar System (9      New Story Fall 2000 The
Planets)                 Solar System
Life Under the Sea, Part New Story Fall 2000 Life definition has an odd fit - "the only one"
4                        Under the Sea, Part 4

Life Under the Sea, Part New Story Fall 2000 Life
4                        Under the Sea, Part 4

Organisms and Their        New Story Fall 2000
Environment, Part 2,       Organisms and Their
Kelp Forest                Environment, Part 2,
                           Kelp Forest
Christmas Day              CMU00-QUAKER-23
                           Christmas 144605.027
                           06292001
Duke Ellington, Great      New Story Spring 2001
Jazz Musician              Duke Ellington, Great
                           Jazz Musician
George Washington          New Story Fall 2000
Carver, Part 1             George Washingington
                           Carver, Part 1
Bill Clinton's Inaugural   New Story Fall 2000 Bill
Speech, Part 1             Clinton's Inaugural
                           Speech, Part 1
Ancient Architects of    New Story Fall 2000
the Mississippi, Part 1  Ancient Architects of the
                         Mississippi, Part 1
Immigration in           New Story Spring 2001
American History, The Immigration in American
Great Surge              History, The Great
                         Surge
Bill Clinton's Inaugural New Story Fall 2000 Bill
Speech, Part 1           Clinton's Inaugural
                         Speech, Part 1
The Adventures of        New Story Fall 2000 The
Aladdin, Part 2          Adventures of Aladdin,
                         Part 2
Dorothy and the Wizard CMU99-TEST1 Dorothy
in Oz, part 4            and the Wizard in Oz,
                         part 4 Thu-Feb-17-13-52-
                         40.247-200

George Washington         New Story Fall 2000
Carver, Part 2            George Washingington
                          Carver, Part 2
Jane Addams Part 1,       New Story Spring 2001
The Good Work She         Jane Addams Part 1,
Did                       The Good Work She Did

Daffodils, by William     Daffodils by William
Wordsworth.               Wordsworth
The Crow and the          The Crow and the
Pitcher                   Pitcher
Ali Baba and the Forty    New Story Fall 2000 Ali
Thieves, Part 2           Baba and the Forty
                          Thieves, Part 2
Little Women, Part 4      New Story Fall 2000
                          Little Women, Part 4

Buttercup Gold by Ellen CMU99-TEST1
Robena Field            Buttercup Gold by Ellen
                        Robena Field Mon-Feb-
                        21-16-00-36.758-2000

The Adventures of         CMU99-TEST1 The
Reddy Fox, part 3         Adventures of Reddy
                          Fox, part 3Tue-Feb-15-
                          23-03-54.993-2000
Cinderella, Or The Little Cinderella Or The Little
Glass Slipper, Part 3     Glass Slipper Part 3

The Adventures of         New Story Fall 2000 The
Aladdin, Part 4           Adventures of Aladdin,
                          Part 4
The Adventures of      New Story Fall 2000 The
Aladdin, Part 4        Adventures of Aladdin,
                       Part 4
The Adventures of Tom New Story Fall 2000 The
Sawyer, Part 3         Adventures of Tom
                       Sawyer, Part 3
Dopey Dennis, Part 1   New Story Fall 2000
                       Dopey Dennis, Part 1
Exploring the Sea      New Story Fall 2000
(Multiple Layers)      Exploring the Sea
                       (Mulitple Layers)
Butterflies            New Story Fall 2003 -
                       Butterflies - from
                       abcteach
More About the Author CMU99-TEST1 More
of Dorothy and the     about the author of
Wizard in Oz           Dorothy and the Wizard
                       in Oz. Fri-Feb-18-14-54-
                       47.647-2000
More About the Author CMU99-TEST1 More
of Dorothy and the     about the author of
Wizard in Oz           Dorothy and the Wizard
                       in Oz. Fri-Feb-18-14-54-
                       47.647-2000
How Humans Use the New Story Fall 2000
Ocean, Part 2          How Humans Use the
                       Ocean, Part 2
Exploring the Sea (The New Story Fall 2000
Ocean Floor)           Exploring the Sea (The
                       Ocean Floor)
Insects: Masters of    New Story Fall 2000
Survival, Part 1       Insects Masters of
                       Survival, Part 1
Organisms and Their    New Story Fall 2000
Environment, Part 3,   Organisms and Their
Habitat                Environment, Part 3,
                       Habitat
Organisms and Their    New Story Fall 2000
Environment, Part 3,   Organisms and Their
Habitat                Environment, Part 3,
                       Habitat
Organisms and Their    New Story Fall 2000
Environment, Part 1,   Organisms and Their
Counting               Environment, Part 1,
                       Counting
Organisms and Their    New Story Fall 2000
Environment, Part 3,   Organisms and Their
Habitat                Environment, Part 3,
                       Habitat
The Underground        New Story Fall 2000 The
Railroad, Operation    Underground Railroad,
                       Operation
How Humans Use the       New Story Fall 2000
Ocean, Part 3            How Humans Use the
                         Ocean, Part 3
Ali Baba and the Forty   New Story Fall 2000 Ali
Thieves, Part 1          Baba and the Forty
                         Thieves, Part 1
The Dust Bowl            New Story Fall 2000 The
                         Dust Bowl
Organisms and Their      New Story Fall 2000
Environment, Part 3,     Organisms and Their
Habitat                  Environment, Part 3,
                         Habitat
The Frog Went to the     Word Building -- a m t s
Bog                      diroflghucnkvbe
                         w3
It Is a Vast, Soft Van   Word Building -- a m t s
                         diroflghucnkv
It Is a Vast, Soft Van   Word Building -- a m t s
                         diroflghucnkv
Asteroids and Comets,    New Story Fall 2000
from NASA                Asteroids and Comets
The Reading Tutor Is     CMU99-TEST1 The
My Friend, by Emily      Reading Tutor Is My
Mostow                   Friend by Emily Mostow.
                         Wed-Jun-21-17-09-
                         59.592-2000
Square Dancing           CMU00-QUAKER-23
                         Square Dan 162942.220
                         06282001
Cameras                  CMU00-QUAKER-23
                         Cameras 151218.320
                         06292001
Flag Day Celebrated      CMU00-QUAKER-23
                         Flag Day C 150539.616
                         06292001
Wind Instruments         CMU00-QUAKER-23
                         Wind Instr 170235.758
                         06282001
The Adventures of Tom    New Story Fall 2000 The
Sawyer, Part 3           Adventures of Tom
                         Sawyer, Part 3
Beauty And The Beast,    Beauty And The Beast,
Part 2                   Part 2
The Adventures of Tom    New Story Fall 2000 The
Sawyer, Part 6           Adventures of Tom
                         Sawyer, Part 6
The Underground          New Story Fall 2000 The
Railroad, Operation      Underground Railroad,
                         Operation
Little Women, Part 7     New Story Fall 2000
                         Little Women, Part 7
Little Women, Part 6   New Story Fall 2000
                       Little Women, Part 6
Dorothy and the Wizard CMU99-TEST1 Dorothy
in Oz, part 1          and the Wizard in Oz,
                       part 1 Thu-Feb-17-12-07-
                       38.246-2000

Ancient Architects of     New Story Fall 2000
the Mississippi, Part 3   Ancient Architects of the
                          Mississippi, Part 3
Earth Sciences, from      New Story Fall 2000
NASA's Jet Propulsion     Earth Sciences
Laboratory
Dorothy and the Wizard CMU99-TEST1 Dorothy
in Oz, part 2          and the Wizard in Oz,
                       part 2 Thu-Feb-17-13-05-
                       57.668-2000

The Underground         New Story Fall 2000 The
Railroad, Operation     Underground Railroad,
                        Operation
Stealing Jack by        copyright Katherine
Katherine Ayres         Ayres 2004 -- Stealing
                        Jack
Jack and the Beanstalk, New Story Fall 2000
Part 3                  Jack and the Beanstalk,
                        Part 3
Andrew Carnegie,        New Story Spring 2001
Philanthropist          Andrew Carnegie,
                        Philanthropist
Andrew Carnegie, Rags New Story Spring 2001
to Riches               Andrew Carnegie, Rags
                        to Riches
Andrew Carnegie, Rags New Story Spring 2001
to Riches               Andrew Carnegie, Rags
                        to Riches
Thurgood Marshall       New Story Fall 2003 -
                        Thurgood Marshall -
                        from abcteach
Jane Addams Part 1,     New Story Spring 2001
The Good Work She       Jane Addams Part 1,
Did                     The Good Work She Did

Andrew Carnegie,          New Story Spring 2001
Philanthropist            Andrew Carnegie,
                          Philanthropist
The Adventures of         New Story Fall 2000 The
Aladdin, Part 3           Adventures of Aladdin,
                          Part 3
Ali Baba and the Forty    New Story Fall 2000 Ali
Thieves, Part 1           Baba and the Forty
                          Thieves, Part 1
The Adventures of       New Story Fall 2000 The
Aladdin, Part 4         Adventures of Aladdin,
                        Part 4
Jack and the Beanstalk, New Story Fall 2000
Part 3                  Jack and the Beanstalk,
                        Part 3
Jack and the Beanstalk, New Story Fall 2000
Part 1                  Jack and the Beanstalk,
                        Part 1
Andrew Carnegie,        New Story Spring 2001
Philanthropist          Andrew Carnegie,
                        Philanthropist
Daffodils, by William   Daffodils by William
Wordsworth.             Wordsworth
HEALTH READ             NEW SOUND STORY -
AHEAD!                  HEALTH READ AHEAD

HEALTH READ                NEW SOUND STORY -
AHEAD!                     HEALTH READ AHEAD

The Gold in the            VOCAB THE GOLD IN
Orchard                    THE ORCHARD
THE GOLD IN THE            CMU99-TEST1 THE
ORCHARD                    GOLD IN THE
                           ORCHARD Mon-Feb-21-
                           22-07-13.838-2000
Beauty and the Beast,      VOCAB BEAUTY AND
part 1                     THE BEAST PART 1
Ali Baba and the Forty     New Story Fall 2000 Ali
Thieves, Part 3            Baba and the Forty
                           Thieves, Part 3
Bill Clinton's Inaugural   New Story Fall 2000 Bill
Speech, Part 3             Clinton's Inaugural
                           Speech, Part 3




The Velveteen Rabbit   CLONE The Velveteen
by Marjorie Williams   Rabbit by Marjorie
Part 3                 Williams Part 3
                       133307.000 07062000
The Adventures of      CMU99-TEST1 THE
Reddy Fox, by Thornton ADVENTURES OF
W Burgess              REDDY FOX BY
                       THORNTON W. Wed-
                       Jan-19-14-55-19.833-
                       2000
Spring Thaw by         copyright Katherine
Katherine Ayres        Ayres 2004 -- Spring
                       Thaw
Spring Thaw by              copyright Katherine
Katherine Ayres             Ayres 2004 -- Spring
                            Thaw
The Adventures of           New Story Fall 2000 The
Aladdin, Part 4             Adventures of Aladdin,
                            Part 4
The Animals and the         New Story Spring 2001
Plague                      The Animals and the
                            Plague
Ali Baba and the Forty      New Story Fall 2000 Ali
Thieves, Part 3             Baba and the Forty
                            Thieves, Part 3
Ali Baba and the Forty      New Story Fall 2000 Ali
Thieves, Part 3             Baba and the Forty
                            Thieves, Part 3
The Animals and the         New Story Spring 2001
Plague                      The Animals and the
                            Plague
The Animals and the         New Story Spring 2001
Plague                      The Animals and the
                            Plague
The Animals and the         New Story Spring 2001
Plague                      The Animals and the
                            Plague
Ali Baba and the Forty      New Story Fall 2000 Ali
Thieves, Part 1             Baba and the Forty
                            Thieves, Part 1
The Story of Hyacinth       New Story Fall 2001 The
and Apollo, by Emily        Story of Hyacinth
Keary
History of Halloween    New Story Fall 2003 -
                        History of Halloween -
                        from abcteach
Cinco de Mayo           New Story Fall 2003 -
                        Cinco de Mayo - from
                        abcteach
The History of Marbles, copyright William Fricke
Part 1, by William      2004 -- The History of
Fricke                  Marbles Part 1

Ali Baba and the Forty      New Story Fall 2000 Ali
Thieves, Part 3             Baba and the Forty
                            Thieves, Part 3
The Brave Little Tailor     New Story Fall 2001 The
                            Brave Little Tailor
Cinderella, or the Little   VOCAB CINDERELLA
Glass Slipper, part 1       OR THE LITTLE
                            GLASS SLIPPER PART
                            1
Ancient Architects of       New Story Fall 2000
the Mississippi, Part 1     Ancient Architects of the
                            Mississippi, Part 1

				
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