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Ms. Maden’s work is used in thousands of classrooms through “Newspapers In Education” programs.

  Petey's Secret Power
 
Sidney The Dancing Caterpillar
Freedom's Children
The Mystery of the Phantom Dog
The Mystery of Latham House
Legend of the Pony Tears
A Sea Turtle Story
The Great Manatee Rescue
Mystery of The Lost Colony
 
A Magical Beach Holiday
Dreams Come True
 


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The Mystery of the Lost Colony The Mystery of the Lost Colony
Can you solve one of History's greatest Mysteries?

6 chapters, 550 words, suggested audience 3rd grade and up.
Read aloud all ages.
What happened to the first English colony in America?
Explore one of history's greatest mysteries in this fascinating new serial story about Sir Walter Raleigh's ill-fated colony. In 1587, Sir Walter Raleigh, sent 117 men, women and children to establish a permanent colony in what is now America. Led by Governor John White, these brave colonists sailed from their homes in England across the Atlantic to the New World.

The Mystery of the Lost Colony takes you to the site of the first English colonization attempts and lets you experience significant historic events such as the birth of Virginia Dare, the first English child born in the New World.
The Mystery of the Lost Colony is a blend of fact and historic fiction, which invites readers to unravel clues to one of our nation's most intriguing mysteries. What did happen to the first English colony in America?
Subject: Mystery, Early Exploration; History; Native Americans; Courage; Symbolism; Adventure
Download Sample Chapters and Information Sheet for The Mystery of the Lost Colony
Chapter 1
Chapter 2
Information Sheet

ALL Serials Stories come with FREE Teachers' Guides!
For a current price list and more information about Mary Maden's serial stories,
email:nie@marymaden.com

 


Sorry, Mary Maden's serial stories are not in book form or available to the general public;
they are only available for newspaper publication.



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