Prentice Hall Literature: Timeless Voices, Timeless Themes
Copper Level (2000)
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Unit 1: Growing and Changing
Saying Yes, by Diana Chang
My Picture-Gallery, by Walt Whitman
Dust of Snow, by Robert Frost
Mummy No. 1770, by Patricia Lauber
Books Fall Open, by David McCord
O To Be Up and Doing, by Robert Louis Stevenson
Change, by Charlotte Zolotow
Hard as Nails, by Russell Baker
Unit 2: Reaching Out
I'll tell you how the Sun rose―, by Emily Dickinson
The World Is Not a Pleasant Place to Be, by Nikki Giovanni
The Children's Hour, by Henry Wadsworth Longfellow
Unit 3: Proving Yourself
from The Pigman and Me, by Paul Zindel
Alone in the Nets, by Arnold Adoff
Wilbur Wright and Orville Wright, by Stephen Vincent Benét
Unit 4: Seeing It Through
The Open Road, by Walt Whitman
Unit 5: Mysterious Worlds
The Fairies' Lullaby, by William Shakespeare
Unit 6: Short Stories
The All-American Slurp, by Lensey Namioka
The Stone, by Lloyd Alexander