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  • This book for the blind is offered in Original or Unified English Braille.What is Original Braille?What is Unified English BrailleFormat Original Contracted Braille - $43.95Unified English Braille - $47.95Original Uncontracted Braille - $58.95Unified Uncontracted Braille - $64.95Shipping: FREE From our Production Plant Continue Shopping Product Features Product DescriptionAsk a Question?Product Features Package Weight: about 4.8 pounds.

Product DescriptionWinner of the 2000 Newbery Medal, and the 2000 Coretta Scott King Award.It's 1936, in Flint, Michigan. Times may be hard, and ten-year-old Bud may be a motherless boy on the run, but Bud's got a few things going for him: 1. He has his own suitcase filled with his own important, secret things. 2. He's the author of Bud Caldwell's Rules and Things for Having a Funner Life and Making a Better Liar Out of Yourself. 3. His momma never told him who his father was, but she left a clue: flyers of Herman E. Calloway and his famous band, the Dusky Devastators of the Depression! Bud's got an idea that those flyers will lead him to his father. Once he decides to hit the road and find this mystery man, nothing can stop him - not hunger, not fear, not vampires, not even Herman E. Calloway himself. For ages 9 to 12.Ask a Question About this Product(From the Historical Fiction shelf.)

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(CNN) -- When Christopher Paul Curtis released his second book, "Bud, Not Buddy," in September 1999, readers were wondering if he could match the success of his 1996 novel for young people. After all, "The Watsons Go to Birmingham -- 1963" won an honorable mention for the Newbery Medal.

"The reason I think I wasn't a big book person is because there were no books for, by, or about African-Americans," he says. "Even today that's true. There are not a lot of books by us, about us, for us. And I hope 'Watsons' and now 'Bud, Not Buddy' can fill that niche."

The Caldecott Award winner received similar praise. Speaking of "Joseph Had a Little Overcoat," Barbara Z. Kiefer, chair of the Caldecott Award Selection Committee, said "vibrant rich colors, playful details, and skillfully-placed die cuts contribute to the book's raucous merriment that takes this Yiddish folk song far beyond the simple words. The patchwork layout of the pages, the two-dimensional paintings and the exaggerated perspectives, reminiscent of the folk art tradition, are the very fabric that turn this overcoat into a story."

"It's increased sales of my book probably at least three-fold, maybe more," says Louis Sachar, who won the 1999 Newbery for his book, "Holes." "It's given me new prestige. In the past I was recognized in the field as a popular children's author, but I think there was a percentage of literary critics who didn't take my work that seriously. But I can sense a change of attitude now."

The reading level for this book is perfect for the intended audience (grades 5-7). Kids generally read books written on this reading level (see left) around the middle of 5th grade, so most children will have no problem reading this book independently. would also make for a great read-aloud during your American History units time. If you are giving this book to younger kids or kids at the start of 5th grade, you will need to provide added support or read the book together.

In Bud, Not Buddy, the real reason that Bud likes Civil War books is that they're full of really gory pictures. It's not that he's interested in history, it's just that he likes looking at graphic pictures.

Bud obtains this list of cities from a book he borrows from the library. When he brings the book back, the smiling librarian has a nice little surprise waiting for him. As one might expect, it's a book. But it's not just any book; it's The Pictorial History of the War Between the States.

He doesn't have the heart to tell the librarian that he isn't really all that interested in history. The real reason why he's so enthusiastic about the book is that it's full of gory pictures. According to Bud, the best gory pictures in the world come from the Civil War, and the book given to him by the librarian is full of them. In his humble opinion, that's what makes it a really great book.

Phantom Projects Theatre Group will present the Southern California Premiere of Bud, Not Buddy, a heartwarming play for the entire family set in Michigan during the Great Depression. Based on the Newbery Medal and Coretta Scott King Award-winning novel, the story follows the adventures of Bud, a young boy whose search for his father sets him off on journey that leads him to a new, deeper, understanding of 'family.' Directed by Timothy P. Thorn, Bud, Not Buddy performs at 10am, 12:30pm and 7pm, one day only: February 22, 2018 at La Mirada Theatre for the Performing Arts.Before she died, Bud's momma failed to tell him who his father was. But a clue leads 10-year old Bud to a Jazz band, Herman E. Calloway and the Dusky Devastators of the Depression! As he attempts to solve the mystery, he often refers to his hilarious self-written book "Bud Caldwell's Rules and Things for Having a Funner Life and Making a Better Liar Out of Yourself."

Adapted by Reginald Andre Jackson, Bud, Not Buddy is based on the beloved novel by Christopher Paul Curtis, who also wrote the critically-acclaimed book, The Watsons Go to Birmingham, which also had its Southern California Premiere at La Mirada Theatre, thanks to Phantom Projects Theatre Group.Originally published in 1999, Bud, Not Buddy is the first novel to receive both the Newbery Medal, for excellence in American children's literature, and the Coretta Scott King Award, an award honoring outstanding African American authors. Jackson's stage adaptation won the Distinguished Play Award from The American Alliance for Theatre and Education in 2010.The performances, all three of which will be performed in one day, will feature two daytime Field Trip performances, in which over 2,000 students will be bussed in to see the live performances. The day concludes with a 7pm performance for the public. Tickets start at $10. A limited number of Behind the Curtain Packages are available for the 7pm performance, allowing ticket holders to go backstage before the show and meet the cast, take photos, and more.

Kids' Wings Great Depression Collection! Bud, Not Buddy in the 52-page Kids' Wings Great Depression Collection that includes units for 3 award-winning historical fiction picture books (Bud, Not Buddy, Rudy Rides the Rails, Wingwalker, and Leah's Pony) NOW for immediate download for only $16.95! Sharable within one school. Click Here. A Kids Wings 52-page Literature Guide for The Great Depression includes units ofr Bud, Not Buddy, Rudy Rides the Rails, Wingwalker, and Leah's Pony. They are perfect for lesson plans, handouts, or projection on your electronic board. Order and receive the literature guides in an instant download! We guarantee you'll love them! Sample Page

Lovely pictures and deft prose bring history to life for young readers first encountering the Civil Rights movement, Gullah heritage, the Underground Railroad, and other chapters of the African American experience.

I learned from this that you can really tell who a character is just by their actions and their thoughts. I would like to steal your technique of easily describing and explaining the book, because usually the way I describe books is really lengthy and confusing. Good job! :)

Like a movie trailer, book trailers give the audience enough juicy information to make them really, really want to read the book. (Hopefully.) Your job as a movie creator is to get your audience of other kids to want to READ the book you read!

Before you start, watch a variety of book trailers. Research the possibilities. See what ideas you like in other trailers and want to try on your own. Take notes. Here are some options to get you started with your research:

Chalk it up as yet another evil of stereotyping, but the term children's-book author does not summon to most minds the image of a 6-ft. 2-in., 240-lb. man with dreadlocks. Yet that description fits Christopher Paul Curtis, 46, and you can add "prizewinning" to the children's-book-author part. Last week Curtis' second book, Bud, Not Buddy (Delacorte; 245 pages; $15.95), garnered an impressive twofer: the John Newbery Medal, awarded annually by the American Library Association to the best American children's book; and the Coretta Scott King Author Award for excellence by an African American writing for children and young adults.

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