Alice Ray and the Salem Witch Trials

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Millbrook Press, 01.01.2011 - 48 Seiten
In 1692, four young girls from the Puritan town of Salem Village, Massachusetts, began acting strangely. They threw fits and cried out. They claimed that the spirits of some townspeople were hurting them. These townspeople were accused of witchcraft and put on trial. The punishment was hanging. When a poor woman and her five-year-old daughter were named as witches, Alice Ray knew it couldn’t be true. She believed they were innocent. But what could a young girl like Alice do to help? Would she be brave enough to stand up for what she knew was right? In the back of this book, you’ll find a script and instructions for putting on a reader’s theater performance of this adventure. At our companion website—www.lerneresource.com—you can download additional copies of the script plus sound effects, background images, and more ideas that will help make your reader’s theater performance a success.
 

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Alice Ray And The Salem Witch Trials
4
Authors Note
32
Performing Readers Theater
34
Cast Of Characters
36
The Script
37
Pronunciation GuideGlossary
45
Selected BibliographyFurther Reading And Websites
46
A Note For Teachers And Librarians
48
Back Cover
50
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Shannon Knudsen has written books for young readers about elephants, mayors, the explorer Leif Eriksen, the reporter Nellie Bly, and many other topics. She lives with her cat and her dog in Arizona.

Ruth Palmer studied Art and Illustration at Harrow College of Art, Middlesex, England. She first worked as a story illustrator for magazines and also gained experience in advertising and design. She has been illustrating for twenty years, and she has illustrated both educational and fictional titles in the UK and the USA. Ruth lives with her husband and teenage daughter in the beautiful Devon countryside in England.

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