I have updated The Hunt for R. L. Nox's Google Slides game file for Online Play with a new option for playing the Chapter 10 Game. This game can now be played on Playingcards.io. Please visit the "Online Tutors" section of the "eBook Users" page to see the updated file or click here, The Hunt for R. L. Nox Games on Google Slides . Make a copy of the file and then scroll to slide 35 for information on how to get the Playingcards.io file. The game can be shared through Playingcards.io or through a screen sharing platform with remote control.
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Photo by Joey Csunyo on Unsplash I'm excited to learn that my publisher is now printing Decodable Adventures paperbacks in Australia for Amazon.com.au customers. I like that my characters travel around the world, but it makes me happy when my books don't have to travel so many miles. If you are in Australia, check it out.
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Well, not that kind of spoiler. But, seriously. If you consider skipping ahead in book to peek at what happens later in the story a literary crime, then don't read this post. It is full of spoilers for Ed and Mel's Decodable Adventures books. But why? Well, it's because I've experienced that finding the right decodable book can be difficult in more ways than one. I want to help parents, teachers, and tutors make informed decisions about my books to help them use their resources wisely. If Ed and Mel's Decodable Adventures is not a good fit for your student, I want you to know that before you buy the books. Photo by Reinhart Julian on Unsplash So, here is what I have already provided to help you know what is in my three books. First, I have listed the scope and sequence used on each book's web page. It is also listed on the Amazon page under "Editorial Reviews: From the Author." Book 1: The Black Silk Path , Book 2: The Hunt for R. L. Nox , Bo