School Library Connection Recommends The Jericho River!
I’m delighted to announce that School Library Connection has recommended The Jericho River! The review appears in the In the August/September issue. Here’s an excerpt:
I really enjoyed this book. I loved the history and the strange creatures Jason meets and befriends along the way. Another great thing about the book is its relevancy to the classroom, featuring a nice set of lesson plans in the back. The story is well told and the characters are well-developed. I feel that readers with a love of history will really enjoy this book.
~ Kelly A. Tyler, Penn Yan (New York) Middle School
In case you don’t know it, School Library Connection is a multi-channel publication providing professional learning, reviews, advocacy, and other resources for K-12 school libraries.
And The Jericho River is both an adventure through history and a tool for teachers. It’s spell-binding, award-winning YA novel that uses fantasy to teach history and mythology. It covers the Ancient Middle East and Western Civilization, providing an ideal learning tool for high school and middle school classes.
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