Truth With a Capital T, by Bethany Hegedus

by Debbie Gonzales on November 13, 2010

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My best made me regular, not gifted or talented. I was normal, as in nothing special. (4)

As a result of the journey to discover family truths buried under centuries of racial misunderstandings, family secrets, and fledgling new friendships, Maebelle T. Earl learns that she is, in fact, gifted, talented, and remarkably special in every way.

Download the Teacher’s Guide below to enjoy discussions, Reader’s Theatre performances, games, recipes, crafts, and videos all designed to bring the rich cultural vibrancy of Hegedus’ Truth with a Capital T to life.

In the guide, the novel is divided in to 6-week study sections and is fully annotated with the academic standards for the state of Texas.

TRUTH WITH A CAPITAL T Teacher Activity Guide

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