MCT Language Arts Curriculum, Level 1, The Island Level

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Level 1, The Island Level, is the entry level for the Michael Clay Thompson language arts curriculum. Children are ready to begin this level as soon as they have passed the stage of learning to read and can read to learn. Parent and child (or children) can snuggle up on the sofa and read together. Many parents have found that the student books are wonderful points for children to begin the practice of reading on their own and then discussing the material.

The instructor manuals are full of Socratic questions to raise with the child, as well as activities and quizzes for assessment. Although the material is presented simply, it reaches a surprising level of complexity and sophistication.

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Grammar Island: Student Book

Author: Thompson, Michael Clay; Kemnitz, Milton N. (Art)

Subjects: Language Arts; Grammar; MCT Curriculum

Age: 8, 9, 10

Grade: 3, 4

ISBN: 978-0-89824-838-8

Latest edition: February 2016

Order code: 8388

Price: $40.00
Website price: $30.00

Also an iBook from iTunes

Class sets: 25 or more: $25.00 each.
Order code: 8388S

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Grammar Island introduces, in a simple fashion, the full four-level grammar of (1) parts of speech, (2) parts of sentences, (3) phrases, and (4) clauses.

Using color to reinforce the lessons, the book offers grammar in child-friendly ways, with an array of strategies to make sophisticated material dynamic and fun.

Each page focuses on a single concept, and the teaching approach is to read together with the child, talk about the concepts, ask questions, refer back to the text, and respond to questions before venturing further.

This book will delight students just beginning grammar. 

Grammar Island introduces, in a simple fashion, the full four-level grammar of (1) parts of speech, (2) parts of sentences, (3) phrases, and (4) clauses.

Using color to reinforce the lessons, the book offers grammar in child-friendly ways, with an array of strategies to make sophisticated material dynamic and fun.

Each page focuses on a single concept, and the teaching approach is to read together with children, talk about the concepts, ask questions, refer back to the text, and respond to questions before venturing further.

This book will delight students just beginning grammar.

Additional iBook Features: Hear the voice of Michael Clay Thompson as he reads from many of the pages and speaks directly to the reader. Interactive activities reinforce the lessons and allow students to self-check their knowledge. There are also pre- and post-tests; however, the answers to those are only in the Implementation Manual for this iBook curriculum level.

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Grammar Island: Teacher Manual

Author: Thompson, Michael Clay; Kemnitz, Milton N. (Art)

Subjects: Language Arts; Grammar; MCT Curriculum

Age: 8, 9, 10

Grade: 3, 4

ISBN: 978-0-89824-839-5

Latest edition: February 2016

Order code: 7992

Price: $45.00
Website price: $35.00

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The Grammar Island teacher manual includes the full text of the student book plus special boxes that contain tips and further questions for the instructor, pre- and post-tests, activities for further study, and wonderful original readings to keep the energy level charged with fun learning.

The Grammar Island teacher manual includes the full text of the student book plus special boxes that contain tips and further questions for the instructor, pre- and post-tests, activities for further study, and wonderful original readings to keep the energy level charged with fun learning.

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Building Language: Student Book

Author: Thompson, Michael Clay

Subjects: Language Arts; Vocabulary; MCT Curriculum

Age: 8, 9, 10

Grade: 3, 4

ISBN: 978-0-88092-906-6

Latest edition: August 2016

Order code: 9066

Price: $25.00
Website price: $15.00

Also an iBook from iTunes

Class sets: 25 or more: $14.00 each.
Order code: 9066S

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Building Language provides an introduction to Latin stems as the basis for much of the English and Spanish languages. Using the analogy of the arch in architecture, the book explores the Roman roots of our buildings and of our language. Ten lessons introduce important Latin stems, providing an intellectual key for young students to understand that big words aren't necessarily hard. It rejects the specious confines of teaching age-graded vocabulary.

This is the vocabulary precursor to Caesar's English I and Caesar's English II.

Building Language provides an introduction to Latin stems as the basis for much of the English and Spanish languages. Using the analogy of the arch in architecture, the book explores the Roman roots of our buildings and of our language. Ten lessons introduce important Latin stems, providing an intellectual key for young students to understand that big words aren't necessarily hard. It rejects the specious confines of teaching age-graded vocabulary.

This is the vocabulary precursor to Caesar's English I and Caesar's English II.

Additional iBook Features: Hear the voice of Michael Clay Thompson as he reads from many of the pages and speaks directly to the reader. The Implementation Manual contains a link to two quizzes for this book that can be completed by students either digitally or by printing them and working on paper copies. The answers to the quizzes are only in the Implementation Manual for this iBook curriculum level.

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Building Language: Teacher Manual

Author: Thompson, Michael Clay

Subjects: Language Arts; Vocabulary; MCT Curriculum

Age: 8, 9, 10

Grade: 3, 4

ISBN: 978-0-88092-907-3

Latest edition: August 2016

Order code: 9073

Price: $30.00
Website price: $20.00

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The Building Language teacher manual includes the full text of the student book plus special boxes that contain tips and further questions for the instructor, activities for further study, suggestions for implementing the student book, and quizzes and answer keys.

The Building Language teacher manual includes the full text of the student book plus special boxes that contain tips and further questions for the instructor, activities for further study, suggestions for implementing the student book, and quizzes and answer keys.

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Sentence Island: Student Book

Author: Thompson, Michael Clay; Kemnitz, Milton N. (Art)

Subjects: Language Arts; Writing; MCT Curriculum

Age: 8, 9, 10

Grade: 3, 4

ISBN: 978-0-88092-668-3

Latest edition: June 2016

Order code: 6683

Price: $35.00
Website price: $25.00

Also an iBook from iTunes

Class sets: 25 or more: $22.00 each.
Order code: 6683S

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Michael Clay Thompson’s writing series begins with the lavishly illustrated Sentence Island. Ideally, Thompson would like children to use Grammar Island first and then proceed to Sentence Island while working concurrently with Building Language and The Music of the Hemispheres

The entire book is devoted to the sentence. If a child cannot write a sentence, he or she cannot write and will never be able to write. So it is essential that children master sentence writing. Most programs do not devote enough time and attention to the sentence, and hence many children do not master writing sentences at a level that provides an adequate foundation for more advanced writing.

Sentence Island teaches advanced concepts in a lively way. Understanding these concepts enables the child to write sentences that make sense, communicate ideas, and impart information. The book's approach and the wonderful illustrations demonstrate that it can be fun to write well. Although the presentation is simple, the information is sophisticated, and by the end of the book, the child is getting information not usually taught until high school or college—if at all.

This volume features an array of quirky animals, birds, insects, a talking tree, and an amazing fish whose name is Mud. From each character, Mud learns a different aspect of sentence structure. Mud and his friends proved so popular with children that Thompson was impelled to write a series of novels about them. They make learning the rules and concepts that are the essential foundation for formal writing assignments enjoyable.

Michael Clay Thompson’s writing series begins with the lavishly illustrated Sentence Island. Ideally, Thompson would like children to use Grammar Island first and then proceed to Sentence Island while working concurrently with Building Language and The Music of the Hemispheres

The entire book is devoted to the sentence. If a child cannot write a sentence, he or she cannot write and will never be able to write. So it is essential that children master sentence writing. Most programs do not devote enough time and attention to the sentence, and hence many children do not master writing sentences at a level that provides an adequate foundation for more advanced writing.

Sentence Island teaches advanced concepts in a lively way. Understanding these concepts enables students to write sentences that make sense, communicate ideas, and impart information. The book's approach and the wonderful illustrations demonstrate that it can be fun to write well. Although the presentation is simple, the information is sophisticated, and by the end of the book, students are getting information not usually taught until high school or college—if at all.

This volume features an array of quirky animals, birds, insects, a talking tree, and an amazing fish whose name is Mud. From each character, Mud learns a different aspect of sentence structure. Mud and his friends proved so popular with children that Thompson was impelled to write a series of novels about them. They make learning the rules and concepts that are the essential foundation for formal writing assignments enjoyable.

Additional iBook Features: Hear the voice of Michael Clay Thompson as he reads from many of the pages and speaks directly to the reader. Interactive activities reinforce the lessons and allow students to self-check their knowledge.

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Sentence Island: Teacher Manual

Author: Thompson, Michael Clay; Kemnitz, Milton N. (Art)

Subjects: Language Arts; Writing; MCT Curriculum

Age: 8, 9, 10

Grade: 3, 4

ISBN: 978-0-088092-669-0

Latest edition: June 2016

Order code: 6690

Price: $40.00
Website price: $30.00

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The Sentence Island teacher manual includes the full text of the student book plus special boxes that contain tips and further questions for the instructor, activities for further study, suggestions for implementing the student book, and answers to questions and exercises.

The Sentence Island teacher manual includes the full text of the student book plus special boxes that contain tips and further questions for the instructor, activities for further study, suggestions for implementing the student book, and answers to questions and exercises.

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The Music of the Hemispheres: Student Book

Author: Thompson, Michael Clay

Subjects: Language Arts; MCT Curriculum; Poetics

Age: 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10

Grade: 3, 4

ISBN: 978-0-88092-656-0

Latest edition: May 2014

Order code: 6562

Price: $30.00
Website price: $20.00

Also an iBook from iTunes

Class sets: 25 or more: $18.00 each.
Order code: 6562S

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The Music of the Hemispheres is Michael Clay Thompson's introduction to poetry for young children. In this beautiful book, which features extraordinary graphics that call attention to the points being made in the text, children learn that the sounds of words are an important component to good writing. Chapters cover the basics of rhyme, alliteration, meter, stanza, and similies and metaphors. These elements are illustrated through poems by such notable poets as Emily Dickinson, Robert Burns, William Shakespeare, Thomas Hardy, John Keats, William Wordsworth, and Ralph Waldo Emerson, as well as original works by Michael himself.

This book is a wonderful way to foster an early appreciation for poetry in children.

The Music of the Hemispheres is Michael Clay Thompson's introduction to poetry for young children. In this beautiful book, which features extraordinary graphics that call attention to the points being made in the text, children learn that the sounds of words are an important component to good writing. Chapters cover the basics of rhyme, alliteration, meter, stanza, and similies and metaphors. These elements are illustrated through poems by such notable poets as Emily Dickinson, Robert Burns, William Shakespeare, Thomas Hardy, John Keats, William Wordsworth, and Ralph Waldo Emerson, as well as original works by Michael himself.

This book is a wonderful way to foster an early appreciation for poetry in children.

Additional iBook Features: The iBook, which is in gorgeous full color, features several audio files that allow students to hear the voice of Michael Clay Thompson as he recites many of the poems. It also contains pre- and post-tests; however, the answers to those are only in the Implementation Manual for this iBook curriculum level. In addition, the Implementation Manual also contains a link to a review quiz that can be completed by students either digitally or by printing it and working on a paper copy. The answers to the quiz are only in the Implementation Manual.

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The Music of the Hemispheres: Teacher Manual

Author: Thompson, Michael Clay

Subjects: Language Arts; MCT Curriculum; Poetics

Age: 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10

Grade: 3, 4

ISBN: 978-0-88092-657-7

Latest edition: February 2015

Order code: 6570

Price: $35.00
Website price: $25.00

The Music of the Hemispheres: Teacher Manual Cover

The teacher manual for The Music of the Hemispheres includes the full text of the student book plus special boxes that contain tips and further questions for the instructor, activities for further study, suggestions for implementing the student book, a pre- and post-test with answer keys, a review quiz, and study poems for in-depth examination with the students.

The teacher manual for The Music of the Hemispheres includes the full text of the student book plus special boxes that contain tips and further questions for the instructor, activities for further study, suggestions for implementing the student book, a pre- and post-test with answer keys, a review quiz, and study poems for in-depth examination with the students.

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Practice Island: Student Book

Author: Thompson, Michael Clay

Subjects: Language Arts; Grammar; MCT Curriculum; Practice

Age: 8, 9, 10

Grade: 3, 4

ISBN: 978-0-88092-680-5

Latest edition: February 2016

Order code: 6805

Price: $17.50
Website price: $12.50

Also an iBook from iTunes

Class sets: 25 or more: $9.00 each.
Order code: 6805S

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Practice Island is a supplement to Grammar Island and is the first of the elementary-level practice workbooks. Its aim is to improve students' grammar and writing skills through analysis of individual sentences. Students work through the sentences using a unique four-level analysis method that is introduced in Grammar Island.

Each of the one hundred sentences appears on a separate page with four blank lines beneath it where students can fill in the parts of speech, the parts of the sentence, phrases, and clauses. By examining a wide range of sentences, students will experience the satisfaction of a clear understanding of the principles of English sentences.

This useful workbook is meant to be consumable and is therefore offered at a low cost.

Practice Island is a supplement to Grammar Island and is the first of the elementary-level practice workbooks. Its aim is to improve students' grammar and writing skills through analysis of individual sentences. Students work through the sentences using a unique four-level analysis method that is introduced in Grammar Island.

Each of the one hundred sentences appears on a separate page with four blank lines beneath it where students can fill in the parts of speech, the parts of the sentence, phrases, and clauses. By examining a wide range of sentences, students will experience the satisfaction of a clear understanding of the principles of English sentences.

This useful workbook is meant to be consumable and is therefore offered at a low cost.

The practice books have class set prices depending upon the quantity ordered; schools and school districts can combine the orders of the practice books for maximum discount:

25 books: $9.00 each
50 books: $8.00 each
100 books: $7.00 each
250 books: $6.50 each
500 books: $6.00 each
750 books: $5.50 each
1,000 books: $5.00 each

Any mix of practice books can be ordered. Please note that in most cases, the shopping cart will not show the actual discount; this will be applied when you are billed, and no matter what the shopping cart says, you will never be billed or charged at a higher rate than that to which you are entitled.

Additional iBook Features: The one hundred interactive sentences have separate screens for students to identify the parts of speech, the parts of the sentence, phrases, and clauses. Students tap and drag their answers beneath the word(s) in the sentence. They can then self-check their answers with the check button. There is a review screen after the fourth level to reinforce the answers. Because all the answers are available in the iBook version, no teacher manual is required.

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Practice Island: Teacher Manual

Author: Thompson, Michael Clay

Subjects: Language Arts; Grammar; MCT Curriculum; Practice

Age: 8, 9, 10

Grade: 3, 4

ISBN: 978-0-88092-681-2

Latest edition: February 2016

Order code: 6812

Price: $20.00
Website price: $15.00

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The Practice Island teacher manual gives an introduction to the course, advice on implementation, correct answers, and comments about each sentence.

The Practice Island teacher manual gives an introduction to the course, advice on implementation, correct answers, and comments about each sentence.

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The Mud Trilogy Set with Parent Manual

Author: Thompson, Michael Clay

Subjects: Language Arts; Reading; MCT Curriculum

Age: 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10

Grade: 3, 4

Order code: 8432

Price: $30.00

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A parent on the RFWP Support Forum says, "We are loving the Mud Trilogy already! I'm reading them aloud to my son, as I don't want to miss out. We love all the characters; Baldwin is a hoot!"

The Rescue at Fragment Crag, The Red Tide, and The Green-Face Virus by Michael Clay Thompson feature the characters he created in his language arts curriculum to help explain grammar and writing rules. Following requests for more about these characters, he decided that Mud the Fish should have a series of adventures of his own. The novels are described as classic word novels, designed to introduce young readers to the literary words Michael identified in his classic words vocabulary research. They are full-length books (around 100 pages each), exuberant, funny, and abounding in alliteration and other poetic techniques. Difficult words are defined at the bottom of each page. The books are illustrated with charming drawings.

Michael writes in the introduction, "These Mud novels are like training wheels for the classics, with big words, long length, complex characters, intricate plots, and big ideas, all in a magical world where little animals love sentences and stay loyal to each other."

The parent manual includes a short essay by Michael about each novel, a list of strategies and activities for children to do, vocabulary words to study in advance of the readings, quotations for quote quizzes, and discussion questions.

There is also an iBook Implementation Manual.

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The Rescue at Fragment Crag

Author: Thompson, Michael Clay

Subjects: Language Arts; Reading; MCT Curriculum

Age: 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10

Grade: 3, 4

ISBN: 978-0-89824-840-1

Order code: 8401

Class sets: 10 or more: $7.00 each.
Order code: 8401S

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Most children will encounter Mud the Fish first as an endearing character learning what a sentence is in Michael Clay Thompson’s writing curriculum book, Sentence Island. In The Rescue at Fragment Crag, the first novel in the Mud Trilogy, we meet Mud again, along with Fidget the cricket, his subject-verb friend; Oopsy and Daisy, the pelicans who taught him the parts of the sentence; Click the sandpiper; Clack the lobster; Herman the kingfisher; and Merv the mouse. They are joined by Turner the turtle, Baldwin the bellicose and eccentric big-horn beetle, and Marjorie Harbinger, the vivacious wave who brings news of a problem on Fragment Crag, where little Click is injured and has become trapped.   

The animals and birds have to work together to rescue Click, but things don’t turn out as planned. Fragment Crag is a fearsome, isolated crag where all thoughts are fragments, and an evil rat nearly succeeds in eating Click for dinner. After the rescue there is a falling out among the animals, who only know part of what happened. And they forget that rats can swim. There is another attack and another rescue, after which everyone reflects on what it means to be part of a group and to work together to support one another.

Michael writes: "A national neglect of formal vocabulary instruction has left many children unable to read standard books that have been the favorites of children for generations, and so you will find these words emphasized in this trilogy, with definitions at the bottoms of the pages so that the vocabulary is not an obstacle but a treat. These novels about Mud will prepare children to read children’s classics with ease and enjoyment."

Most children will encounter Mud the Fish first as an endearing character learning what a sentence is in Michael Clay Thompson’s writing curriculum book, Sentence Island. In The Rescue at Fragment Crag, the first novel in the Mud Trilogy, we meet Mud again, along with Fidget the cricket, his subject-verb friend; Oopsy and Daisy, the pelicans who taught him the parts of the sentence; Click the sandpiper; Clack the lobster; Herman the kingfisher; and Merv the mouse. They are joined by Turner the turtle, Baldwin the bellicose and eccentric big-horn beetle, and Marjorie Harbinger, the vivacious wave who brings news of a problem on Fragment Crag, where little Click is injured and has become trapped.   

The animals and birds have to work together to rescue Click, but things don’t turn out as planned. Fragment Crag is a fearsome, isolated crag where all thoughts are fragments, and an evil rat nearly succeeds in eating Click for dinner. After the rescue there is a falling out among the animals, who only know part of what happened. And they forget that rats can swim. There is another attack and another rescue, after which everyone reflects on what it means to be part of a group and to work together to support one another.

Michael writes: "A national neglect of formal vocabulary instruction has left many children unable to read standard books that have been the favorites of children for generations, and so you will find these words emphasized in this trilogy, with definitions at the bottoms of the pages so that the vocabulary is not an obstacle but a treat. These novels about Mud will prepare children to read children’s classics with ease and enjoyment."

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The Red Tide

Author: Thompson, Michael Clay

Subjects: Language Arts; Reading; MCT Curriculum

Age: 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10

Grade: 3, 4

ISBN: 978-0-89824-841-8

Order code: 8418

Class sets: 10 or more: $7.00 each.
Order code: 8418S

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Mud the Fish and his friends are back to battle the forces of nature around them on Sentence Island. They are enjoying a peaceful life and reflecting on the meaning of words, on the two sides of sentences, and on the importance of thinking clearly. They experiment with various true and untrue sentences, grammar notwithstanding. A fish is an animal. All fish are animals. Therefore all animals are fish is clearly not true.

A series of near calamities throws everything into disarray—a tsunami, a red tide, and then a waterspout. The red tide coincides with a distinguished visitor, Queequack, the famous paragraph expert, and Mud has to convince everyone that the two are not connected. After the waterspout they learn that everything has to be in its rightful place. Then a tall, green stranger arrives on their shore to tell them that their disasters are a result of poor leadership. If they obey him, the mantis tells them, and echo his words, he will solve all their problems. He is a devious character and demands absolute loyalty with no questions asked. Daisy the pelican, Clack, and Mud do not fall for his false words and manage to persuade the others by using the logic they have all learned. As the great waterbird Benjamin Frankloon once said, "We must all stick together, or we will all get stuck separately.”

Mud the Fish and his friends are back to battle the forces of nature around them on Sentence Island. They are enjoying a peaceful life and reflecting on the meaning of words, on the two sides of sentences, and on the importance of thinking clearly. They experiment with various true and untrue sentences, grammar notwithstanding. A fish is an animal. All fish are animals. Therefore all animals are fish is clearly not true.

A series of near calamities throws everything into disarray—a tsunami, a red tide, and then a waterspout. The red tide coincides with a distinguished visitor, Queequack, the famous paragraph expert, and Mud has to convince everyone that the two are not connected. After the waterspout they learn that everything has to be in its rightful place. Then a tall, green stranger arrives on their shore to tell them that their disasters are a result of poor leadership. If they obey him, the mantis tells them, and echo his words, he will solve all their problems. He is a devious character and demands absolute loyalty with no questions asked. Daisy the pelican, Clack, and Mud do not fall for his false words and manage to persuade the others by using the logic they have all learned. As the great waterbird Benjamin Frankloon once said, "We must all stick together, or we will all get stuck separately.”

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The Green-Face Virus

Author: Thompson, Michael Clay

Subjects: Language Arts; Reading; MCT Curriculum

Age: 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10

Grade: 3, 4

ISBN: 978-0-89824-842-5

Order code: 8425

Class sets: 10 or more: $7.00 each.
Order code: 8425S

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In the third novel of the Mud Trilogy, Mud discovers to his dismay that the other animals have been infected with a virus that destroys their altruism and makes them greedy and selfish. This cannot continue, and Mud must embark on a perilous adventure to Nothing Atoll to find the Shadow Maker in order to procure a shake of shock-shade, a glowing jungle fern that opens only at midnight. Marjorie the wave tells him that he has to take Fishmeal along, the paragraph duck who studied under the great Queequack and who holds the secret of organization.

At the last minute they are joined by Baldwin the beetle on a raft that takes them across a bioluminescent sea to the atoll. They meet strange creatures called aye-ayes who help them and who even suggest that they might like to stay on Nothing Atoll with nothing to do but live a long, pleasant life of comfort. But Mud remembers his friends and their mission to save them from the virus. A plan is formed to acquire the shock-shade from the snapping beast that is its guardian. The friends win in the end, and Mud reflects on his adventures, the various ethical concerns raised, the sights he has seen, and the meaning of friendship.

In the third novel of the Mud Trilogy, Mud discovers to his dismay that the other animals have been infected with a virus that destroys their altruism and makes them greedy and selfish. This cannot continue, and Mud must embark on a perilous adventure to Nothing Atoll to find the Shadow Maker in order to procure a shake of shock-shade, a glowing jungle fern that opens only at midnight. Marjorie the wave tells him that he has to take Fishmeal along, the paragraph duck who studied under the great Queequack and who holds the secret of organization.

At the last minute they are joined by Baldwin the beetle on a raft that takes them across a bioluminescent sea to the atoll. They meet strange creatures called aye-ayes who help them and who even suggest that they might like to stay on Nothing Atoll with nothing to do but live a long, pleasant life of comfort. But Mud remembers his friends and their mission to save them from the virus. A plan is formed to acquire the shock-shade from the snapping beast that is its guardian. The friends win in the end, and Mud reflects on his adventures, the various ethical concerns raised, the sights he has seen, and the meaning of friendship.

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The Mud Trilogy: Extra Set of Novels

Author: Thompson, Michael Clay

Subjects: Language Arts; Reading; MCT Curriculum

Order code: 8432S

Price: $27.00

This is an extra set of the three classic words novels by Michael Clay Thompson about Mud the Fish and his friends: The Rescue at Fragment Crag, The Red Tide, and The Green-Face Virus. It is offered at a special price and is only available to order as an add-on to the set that contains the implementation manual.

The Mud Trilogy Set Bought with a Level Package

Author: Thompson, Michael Clay

Subjects: Language Arts; Reading; MCT Curriculum

Order code: 8432B

Price: $25.00

If you are buying a Homeschool Level Package, you can add this trilogy set (and as many other trilogy sets as you want) to your order at a reduced price. The set comprises all four books: the three novels and the parent manual.

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