Introduce readers to one of the world's most famous spooky tales with this retelling of The Legend of Sleepy Hollow. Ichabod Crane, his rival Brom Bones, and the girl they both admire, Katrina Van Tassel, attend a party, where Brom Bones tells everyone to look out for the Headless Horseman. As Ichabod rides home that creepy night, he sees a mysterious rider—without a head. Readers will race along with Ichabod to the chilling and mysterious conclusion.
Tyler has writer's block. He can't think of anything to write for his English class assignment-until his pen starts talking to him! Using sage advice from his pen, Tyler unleashes his imagination and soon creates an amazing story. Readers will be amused by Tyler and his talking pen while learning all about story elements such as character, setting, and plot.
Posters and promotional materials for the Steve Allen Theater in LA.
Over the years I was fortunate to connect with Amit Itelman who asks dmd to do artwork for their seasonal show brochures. The type setting was done on their end.
ABOUT THE STEVE ALLEN THEATER
The Steve Allen Theater was developed by its founding artistic director Amit Itelman over eight years ago. The Tomorrow Show, Max Maven Thinking in Person, the Beastly Bombing, & Re-Animator the Musical premiered here along with a myriad of other unusual productions. The SAT is housed in the Center for Inquiry, which generously provides a venue that supports a vibrant Los Angeles theater community.
All entertainment and performances are exclusively curated by Trepany House.
Direction: 4773 Hollywood Blvd., Los Angeles, CA 90027
Informational (nonfiction) 934 words Level X (Grade 5)
The American Civil War (1861–1865) was a long fight between two sides of the same country, with friends and brothers sometimes fighting on opposite sides. After the famous Battle of Gettysburg, President Abraham Lincoln knew he needed a great speech to rally the North to finish the war and restore the Union. Read to discover why this speech-the Gettysburg Address-was so important, and learn other interesting facts about the war, the speech, and the time in U.S. history.
What would you design and sell if you could be an entrepreneur for a day? Making Big Bolstead Bucks is a realistic fiction book that follows a group of students and their teacher as they learn the basics of how capitalism works. Their assignment is to work in small groups to start their own business. Mr. Bolstead teaches his students about borrowing money with interest, supply and demand, and profit as they compete to win the contest in a real-world simulation. Illustrations support the text.