GET YOUR STUDENTS READING TOGETHER—at only $3.99 a book!
Imagine an entire classroom—or better yet—every third, fourth, fifth, or sixth grade class in your school reading the same book. That’s the idea behind Rabbit Publishers KIDS READ ONE! initiative featuring the acclaimed middle-school series, Harry Moon’s Wand-Paper-Scissors. And don’t worry about the cost. We are offering the hardcover best-selling series to your students for $3.99 a book, reduced from $16.99. We want your children to read!
Reading as a community and the shared reading experience has amazing benefits for both the children and the school. Students encourage each other and challenge each other. They discuss the book together in class, in play, and on their devices. When students read new books they learn new things about the world around them. When they read the Harry Moon series, they learn about each other, how to be a better friend, and best of all, how to be a hero.
Every single Harry and Honey Moon book is checked out! Kid’s can’t get enough of them! Amazing! "
Emily Schilf, Learning Media Director, Chauncey H. Duker School, McHenry, Illinois
The Harry Moon series artfully weaves complex topics into a wonderfully approachable story that explodes into a bright and completely unique fairy tale adventure. Bravo!"
Julie Baker Finck, PH.D., President, Barbara Bush Houston Literacy Foundation
TAKE IT HOME
KIDS READ ONE! goes home as well. Students are encouraged to read the books aloud with family members or friends. (Spanish editions are available!) Reading specialists agree that the benefits of older students reading to younger students are many. Older students get to model reading fluency and expression. Having conversations about the story increases comprehension. It’s a win-win for everyone, a one-one experience that creates avid readers and kids who want to reflect the wholesome values found in each Harry Moon book.
ALL KIDS READ ONE!
“Children with executive function problems, which includes dyslexia, post concussion trauma, ADHD, sensory processing, high functioning autism and practically any neurodiverse child will find Harry Moon irresistible, a dream for children with working memory issues. If they forget something, they can easily find it for reading comprehension. If they have to write a book report, the information has been scaffolded into categories for them, making it easier to focus on the writing process. Harry Moon is just a huge win-win.”
—Lisa Baye Kaye, Dyslexia Inspired
Yes, I am interested in knowing more about Kids Read One! for my school.
In this origin story, Harry Moon is up to his eyeballs in magic. In the small town of Sleepy Hollow where every day is Halloween night, his archenemy, Titus Kligore, has eyes on winning the annual Scary Talent Show. Harry’s sister,
Honey Moon, says Harry needs better tricks so he finds a new and better magic wand. Still, Harry has a tough job ahead of him if he is going to win the crown. He takes a chance on a magical rabbit who introduces him to the deep
magic and power within himself. Harry decides the best way forward is to “do no evil" while the battle to defeat Titus goes epic.
Themes for classroom discussion found in Wand-Paper-Scissors