What grade level is The Indian in the Cupboard book?

Reading to Kids Books: The Indian in the Cupboard. Grade Level: 4th (GLCs: Click here for grade level guidelines.)

What age group is The Indian in the Cupboard for?

This book was illustrated by Piers Sanford (UK) and Tom Newsom (US). HarperCollins recommends its 2004 edition for ages 8 to 12. Kirkus Reviews recommended it for ages 10 to 13 in 1993, concluding, “Not the best Cupboard book, but fans won’t want to miss it; with a first printing of 75,000 they won’t have to.”

Is Indian in the cupboard appropriate for kids?

The Indian In The Cupboard is rated PG by the MPAA for mild language and brief video images of violence and sexy dancing. A young boy is amazed after receiving a small cupboard with a special key for his birthday, and discovers it can bring anything to life that’s placed inside.

Why did Little Bear shoot Boone?

Why did Little Bear shoot Boone with his bow and arrow? killing the Indians.

What Lexile level is Indian in the cupboard?

The Indian in the Cupboard
Authors:Banks, Lynne Reid
Genres:Series, Fantasy
Topics:Friendship, Made into Movies
Lexile:780,

How many pages does Indian in the Cupboard have?

ISBN-13:9780375847530
Publisher:Random House Children’s Books
Publication date:02/09/2010
Series:Indian in the Cupboard Series , #1
Pages:240

Where is Indian in the Cupboard?

Right now you can watch The Indian in the Cupboard on Amazon Prime or Hulu Plus. You are able to stream The Indian in the Cupboard by renting or purchasing on Vudu.

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