Diagon, Arthur Bernier Lois M.
Our Best & Our Worst
. Daigon, Arthur Gannon William J.
Diagon, Arthur Norko, Rozanne M.
Food for Thought
Daigon, Arthur, Schmitt, Mimi.
The Plot Thickens
Daigon, Arthur, Weisskoff S.
Live and Learn
Elwood, Ann, Raht, John.
Points of View
. New York: Globe Book Company, 1975.
This anthology of short story readings defines point of view for the developmental student. Each story is followed by reading comprehension and vocabulary exercises. A mini-glossary is provided for the student’s use.
Granite, Harvey R., Black, Millard H., Stanchfield, Jo M.
. Boston: Houghton Mifflin Company, 1971.
These three books are part of the “Action Series.” Each is a collection of short stories and poems with accompanying photographs, illustrations, and graphics which are relative to the developmental student’s reading ability.
The following list of books fall into the same category as those already described in the Student Reading List—low level, high-interest readings for the developmental student. Greene, Marvin, L.
. Glenview, Ill.: Scott, Foresman and Company, 1969.
Howard, Margaret, Goodykoontz, William.
Imagination: The World of Inner Space
. New York: Scholastic Magazines, Inc., 1970.
Niles, Olive Stafford, Phillips, James B., Pike, James. Accent:
Any Human to Another
. Glenview, Ill.: Scott, Foresman and Company, 1965.
Spiegler, Charles G.
Courage Under Fire
In New Directions
. Columbus, Ohio: Charles E. Merrill Publishing Co., 1967; 1968.
Stanford, Barbara Dodds, Stanford, Gene.
. New York: Harcourt Brace Jovanovich, Inc., 1971.