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Nonetheless, even for these children, this would be an excellent book to be read aloud.
In "Good Masters! Sweet Ladies!," Schlitz gives us a whopping twenty-three parts, each one the monologue of a kid who would have lived in a Medieval village.
Beautifully illustrated, beautifully written, "Good Masters, Sweet Ladies" is a book to be savored and re-read by adults and teens alike.
The writing is wonderful, the images are powerful. What a creative insight into a long ago time. Highly recommend this book and gave several as Christmas gifts last year!Published 10 days ago by Nancy R. Lincoln
I am a teacher, and purchased (and read) this very creatively written and colorfully illustrated book for children. Read morePublished 3 months ago by I Humphreys
Although the actual individuals are fictional, GOOD MASTERS! SWEET LADIES! is actually a nonfiction book about the various lives of typical individuals who would have lived in the... Read morePublished 5 months ago by tvtv3
This is a great book for kids to learn from! Whether you are just introducing this subject, or have a medieval history buff, this book has the right concept to engage kids from... Read morePublished 10 months ago by CO book lover!
Captures the social layers of medieval society beautifully. The audio tape that is available is amazing. Really brings this period of time to life.Published 11 months ago by Teacher
I had never heard fo this book before deciding to read it as part of my effort to read all the Newbery books. Read morePublished 11 months ago by Shirley S
Set in the year 1255, Good Master! Sweet Ladies!, takes a close look at the young people who lived and sustained a medieval village. Read morePublished 16 months ago by Laura Booksnob
Using it as a middle school play/monologues.This is also a great for using in history classes to illustrate social system.Published 18 months ago by Emily Dickinson