Our newest book, A Teacher’s Guide to Mentor Texts, 6-12, comes out in just two weeks! For a limited time, you can get 40% off the list price by pre-ordering and entering the code MENTOR at checkout!
And if you pre-order, we’d love to have you join our book club! Just email us your payment confirmation (email@example.com), and you’ll be added to the list!
** Canadian friends, Pearson K-12 who sells our book in Canada is not offering pre-orders. If you’d like the be added to our book club book, we’re happy to add you since pre-ordering isn’t available to you! Just send us an email! **
The book club will start around the second week of May (so everyone has time to get their book). A series of Flip Grid questions + conversations will take us through each chapter, and then, at the end, we’ll all meet up for a live Q&A with Allison + Rebekah!
We hope you’ll join us as we share our latest thinking about mentor texts, progressions of mentor text skills, and SO many mentor texts you can take straight into your classroom!
Does this deal apply to us Canadians? I love your materials.
Thank you! You know, I’m not sure! Can you order directly from the Heinemann site in Canada or do you have to go through Pearson? I”ll check for you!
Hi, Julie, Sure! First, it just represents six more years of thinking, experimenting, and testing new mentor text strategies with our students. There are also hundreds of NEW mentor texts in this book organized by the skill they teach, as well as six, full-length annotated mentor texts. There’s a whole unit in this book on op-ed writing that you could pick up and implement tomorrow, as well as videos of us teaching with mentor texts. I’m particularly excited about some skill progressions we offer as well as new scaffolds for helping students read like writers with increasing independence. It’s pretty much all the things we WISH were in Writing With Mentors. 🙂
Can you share what’s new/different from the original mentor text book?