Calico Illustrated Classics Set 2
Bring classic children's tales to young readers with the Calico Illustrated Classics series. World-class illustrations make rafting the river and braving the revolution exciting journeys through literature. Large type and leveled language make the classics accessible to readers of all ages.
- Fall 2017
- Spring 2017
|Interest Level||Grade 3 - Grade 8|
|Reading Level||Grade 4|
|Genre||Fiction, Chapter Books|
|Subject||Language Arts, Music|
|Number of Pages||112|
|Title Format||Reinforced Library Bound Hardcovers, Anywhere eBooks|
|Dimensions||5.75 x 8|
Calico Illustrated Classics Set 3 - Library Media Connection
These volumes will provide an enjoyable introduction to well-known classic literature for young children. Each classic is adapted for readers on intermediate and middle school levels. Volumes have large fonts, clearly defined chapters, and easy to read content. The illustrations are artfully engaging, adding visual support to the content. Teachers will appreciate this series as the stories are entertaining and may be used as teaching tools in the introduction of classic literature. Recommended.
David Copperfield (Calico Illustrated Classics) - School Library Journal
Fields has taken the original story and made it more approachable to younger and reluctant readers, losing none of the Dickensian drama. The characters are true to the original tale as are the plot and its development. McWilliam’s whimsical cartoon artwork illustrates the key moments in the story and heightens its emotions and situations.
Man in the Iron Mask (Calico Illustrated Classics) – School Library Journal
The language, sentence structure, and limited vocabulary make this appropriate for the middle grades and will introduce children to this literary classic.
Phantom of the Opera (Calico Illustrated Classics) – School Library Journal
Mullarkey uses simple vocabulary and sentence structure without losing Leroux’s drama, horror, and suspense.