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PRODUCT Literature


SUNDANCE PUBLISHING

Sundance Publishing's new catalog features more than 1,000 paperbacks, classroom collections, audio and video materials and more than 250 teacher resources. The table of contents is organized by headings including early chapter books, reading for fluency, literature and critical thinking, literature and science, and literature and social studies. With the range of materials the catalog offers, educators are sure to find a match for their schools. For large orders, administrators can save up to 50 percent. Call 800-343-8204 for more information.

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THE LITERACY GUILD

The Literacy Guild's new catalog features more than 200 books to choose from, a money-saving introductory offer and a free gift. It offers materials under categories such as bestsellers, kids and parenting, science fiction, real lives, politics and current events and much more. With membership, you can purchase five books for 50 cents each, then get 50 percent off publishers' edition prices on other books. Your district is sure to benefit from the wide range of possibilities the catalog presents. Visit www.JoinLiteracy Guild.com for more information.

CIRCLE #501 FOR MORE INFORMATION

HARCOURT SCHOOL PUBLISHERS

The colorful catalog from Harcourt School Publishers for grades K-8 offers a diverse range of learning materials. It covers phonics, reading, language arts, mathematics, social studies, science, art and much more. Administrators are sure to find a valuable resource to add excitement to your district's classrooms. For more information, go to www.harcourt school.com/marketplace or call 800-225-5425.

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CRYSTAL PRODUCTIONS

The latest art education resources catalog from Crystal Productions offers a wide range of possibilities for your district. It features books, posters, videos, CD-ROMs and many other aspects of the arts. Expose students to great artists such as Rodin, M.C. Escher, Vincent van Gogh, Henry Matisse or use some of these materials to introduce your students to a new art form. …

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