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Author Study: Kristiana Gregory Discuss this eTheme.

These websites are about author Kristiana Gregory and her books. Includes biographical information, interviews, book excerpts, and photos. There is information on the “Dear America” series and a link to eThemes resources on Literature: Dear America: Across the Wide and Lonesome.


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This is an author's website providing author's biography and her books. Pictures of her childhood are included.
This site has brief information about the author, an interview transcript about her books and the historical fiction genre, and list of her works.
This discussion guide provides a book summary, discussion leader questions, important vocabulary words and characters, and extension activities for students.
This site includes learning activities, games, and crafts surrounding the Dear America books. Discussion guides are available for parents and teachers. NOTE: This site leads to a blog and includes ads.
Use this guide which provides a book summary, discussion leader questions, important vocabulary and student extension activities.
This lesson plan covers the book, "Across the Wide and Lonesome Prairie" and provides a summary, discussion questions, and extension activities.
This discussion guide features a book summary, important vocabulary and characters' roles in the novel. Numerous extension activities are provided.
Follow this discussion guide to learn more about the book "Five Smooth Stones: Hope's Diary." NOTE: This site includes ads.
Use this writing activity in lieu of a traditional book report while students read Kristiana Gregory historical fiction novels.
Use this checklist for students while they read Kristiana Gregory's historical fiction novels.
These sites are about the book "Across the Wide and Lonesome Prairie" and corresponding classroom activities. Includes eThemes relating to the book's themes of pioneers, the Oregon Trail, and covered wagons.

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