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Gently used by only 1 or 2 students. Smoke-free home. All of these books were winners for us. I hope they will work for you! :)


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Global History and Geography: The Growth of Civilizations, 2nd ed, Brun, Forman and Brodsky; Amsco publ.; hardcover, Like New -- $14 ppd (Retail $25)

Suitable for Gr 8-12. This text would make a good history spine. It is advertised as meeting the requirements for the New York State Global History Regents exam--however, I know nothing about that exam, or how well the book matches up to it.


Holt American Government, Steven Kelman, Holt, Rinehart and Winston pub., hardcover, exc cond -- $9 ppd

Recommended in the WTM, this is a good text or spine for studying American government. We used it as we were studying early American history (alongside the Constitution, the Federlist papers, and the Anti-federalist papers).


Whatever Happened to Penny Candy, 5th ed., Richard J. Maybury, an Uncle Eric book; softcover, Like new -- $9 ppd (Retail: $14.95)

This is a great introduction to economics, suitable for upper elementary through early high school. For a high school economics course, this book should be considered only a supplement or introduction. Additional resources or an economics text would be required.


Lightning Literature: British Medieval Literature, Michael Gaunt, Like new -- $19 ppd (Retail $29.95)
A good curriculum that covers Beowulf, Piers the Ploughman, Sir Gawain and the Green Knight, and The Canterbury Tales, as well as other shorter Medieval pieces of literature that are printed in the text.


Skills for Literary Analysis, 1st Edition, James Stobaugh, Exc cond -- $18 ppd (Retail $37.75)
Includes student text and teacher guide.
My ds used this curriculum in 9th grade and benefitted from it. The literature selections covered are excellent, and the overall advice for reading literature is sound. To make the best use of this curriculum, add to it a resource, such as Norton’s Essential Literary Terms, to help explain the literary constructs, and find examples of good literary essays for your student to emulate (the examples in the book are not the best.) A simple google search for “examples of literary essays high school†will yield a number of samples.

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