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Chelsea Streetscapes: Sketches & Reflections from 9th Grade Art at the New York City Lab School By SPI
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9th Grade Sketches of scenes from Chelsea, NYC
Lifeskill Stories from Cypress Creek School 2013 By Amy Spies
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Inspired by Louis Sachar’s Sideways Stories from Wayside School, the 4th grade students in Amy Spies’ class at Cypress Creek Elementary decided to write their own version of exceptional... More > tales from their perspective. Influenced by their fearless principal, Sandy Russell, students crafted stories that related to the all important LIFESKILLS. Each unique chapter explores peculiar adventures that take place during what seemingly starts out as an ordinary school day. The nineteen authors hope to captivate the reader’s interest while enlightening them on ways in which LIFESKILLS can be beneficial. Join the students as they retell the Lifeskill Stories from Cypress Creek School.< Less
Lifeskill Stories from Cypress Creek School 2013 By Amy Spies
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Inspired by Louis Sachar’s "Sideways Stories from Wayside School," the 4th grade students in Amy Spies’ class at Cypress Creek Elementary decided to write their own version of... More > exceptional tales from their perspective. Influenced by their fearless principal, Sandy Russell, students crafted stories that related to the all important LIFESKILLS. Each unique chapter explores peculiar adventures that take place during what seemingly starts out as an ordinary school day. The nineteen authors hope to captivate the reader’s interest while enlightening them on ways in which LIFESKILLS can be beneficial. Join the students as they retell the Lifeskill Stories from Cypress Creek School.< Less
Lifeskill Stories from Cypress Creek School 2013-2014 By Amy Spies
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Inspired by Louis Sachar’s Sideways Stories from Wayside School, the 4th grade students in Amy Spies’ class at Cypress Creek Elementary decided to write their own version of exceptional... More > tales from their perspective. Influenced by CCE Superheroes, students crafted stories that related to the all important LIFESKILLS. Each unique chapter explores peculiar adventures that take place during what seemingly starts out as an ordinary school day. The twenty-three authors hope to captivate the reader’s interest while enlightening them on ways in which LIFESKILLS can be beneficial. Join the students as they retell the Lifeskill Stories from Cypress Creek School.< Less
The PRC BOOK By Spy Sheriff
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The PRC BOOK By Spy Sheriff
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Nightmare Fantasies By Kelly Spies
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A journey through the twisted mind of a poet. Poems that invoke demented imagery and spine chilling thrills.
Nightmare Fantasies By Kelly Spies
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A journey through the twisted mind of a poet. Poems that invoke demented imagery and spine chilling thrills.
The Spy By James Fenimore Cooper
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The Spy—A Tale of the Neutral Ground. This novel was published in 1821, and was immediately popular, both in this country and in England. Soon it was translated into French, then into other... More > foreign languages, until it was read more widely than any other tale of the century. Cooper had written the first American novel. He had also struck an original literary vein, and he had gained confidence in himself as a writer.< Less
The Spy By James Fenimore Cooper
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The Spy—A Tale of the Neutral Ground. This novel was published in 1821, and was immediately popular, both in this country and in England. Soon it was translated into French, then into other... More > foreign languages, until it was read more widely than any other tale of the century. Cooper had written the first American novel. He had also struck an original literary vein, and he had gained confidence in himself as a writer.< Less