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Books with title To Catch a Dream

  • Dream Catcher

    E. Barrie Kavasch, Gay W. Holland

    Paperback (Richard C. Owen Publishing, Oct. 4, 2003)
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  • To Catch a Dream

    Anne Schraff

    Paperback (Saddleback Educational Publishing, Dec. 20, 2010)
    Cesar Chavez HS Series; Dad was always depressing Abel with his pyramid stories. He was always dooming Abel to a life at the bottom of the pyramid with all the other miserable losers. No matter how much Abel struggled and clawed, he'd never get to the pinaccle of the pyramid. And his mom was absolutely sure of Abel's incompetance at whatever he said. Written for young adults, the Urban Underground series confronts issues that are of great importance to teens, such as friendship, loyalty, drugs, gangs, abuse, urban blight, bullies, and self-esteem to name a few. More than entertainment, these books can be a powerful learning and coping tool when a struggling reader connects with credible characters and a compelling storyline. The highly readable style and mature topics will appeal to young adult readers of both sexes and encourage them to finish each novel. Written for young adults, the Urban Underground series confronts issues that are of great importance to teens, such as friendship, loyalty, drugs, gangs, abuse, urban blight, bullies, and self-esteem to name a few. More than entertainment, these books can be a powerful learning and coping tool when a struggling reader connects with credible characters and a compelling storyline. The highly readable style and mature topics will appeal to young adult readers of both sexes and encourage them to finish each novel. Paperback books look and feel like a trade edition and are complete in just under 200 pages
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  • To catch a dream

    Geraldina G. Sánchez, Silvana G. Sánchez

    eBook (, May 23, 2020)
    "To catch a dream"If you desire creativity and imagination to be an important part of your life, reading this book will be a pleasant and magical experience. Believe there is a magic deep inside of you capable of creating anything that your heart desires.
  • Dream Catcher

    Mary Mauck

    eBook (Covenant Books, Inc., June 2, 2019)
    “Secrets are meant to be kept. Some are good; some evil. And then there are those that mean life or death—the kind that leave you breathless, but not in a good way. I have many secrets, but I dare not speak them, because if I do, my life will be forfeit.”Fifteen-year old Paige Carson is the focus of a deadly terrorist organization, but she doesn’t know why. She can’t recall much of her life from before a year ago, other than that her parents were killed and she chose not to say a word to anyone since that fateful day eight years before.One day, a mysterious family with a secret shows up in town, and Paige begins to remember things from her forgotten past; things that link together who she really is and why everyone seems to be after her.Paige knows that her foster parents are not who they say they are and she distrusts everyone she comes across because of them. As her dreams and nightmares unfold, she begins to put together the puzzle that is her life. She knows that eventually, she will need to find her voice and use it to protect not only herself, but those she loves as well. Paige is in a battle to the death and will fight for her life against those who will try to take everything from her.
  • To Catch a Dream

    Anne Schraff

    eBook (Saddleback Educational, Sept. 1, 2011)
    Cesar Chavez HS Series-- Dad was always depressing Abel with his pyramid stories. He was always dooming Abel to a life at the bottom of the pyramid with all the other miserable losers. No matter how much Abel struggled and clawed, he'd never get to the pinnacle of the pyramid. And his mom was absolutely sure of Abel's incompetence at whatever he said.
  • To Catch A Dream

    Anne Schraff

    Library Binding (Turtleback Books, Jan. 1, 2011)
    FOR USE IN SCHOOLS AND LIBRARIES ONLY. Sixteen-year-old Abel Ruiz, a junior at Cesar Chavez High School, tries to look at life in a positive manner and not define himself as a loser, despite the pessimism and lack of support he receives from his parents.
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  • Catch a Dream

    Ronell E. Wilson

    eBook (Trafford Publishing, March 26, 2014)
    Having a dream is a beautiful thing. In the early stages of life especially, it gives children a sense of purpose,motivating them to want to make a contribution to the world on behalf of themselves as well as their parents,whose approval is always sought.The important thing to keep in mind about dreams is that they dont just come true on their own, contrary towhat we would like to believe. They have to be pursued, and in order to effectively pursue your dream, thereare a few things that are essential. The first, is faith. Nobody will believe in you if you dont believe in yourselffirst. The second, is commitment. You have to place yourself on the path that will lead you to where you want tobe, and have the courage & the discipline to stay there, despite those that may not support you in the beginning,and those that may attempt to derail you in an effort to do what is cool according to them. The last, andabsolute most important thing is knowledge. You must take your education serious because without it, no doorswill open for you.If you keep the aforementioned things in your mind, constantly implementing them into your daily routine, you willcertainly make your dream come true. If you try to cut corners, or sit around with a false sense of entitlement,you will reduce your dreams into nothing more than wishes.
  • Dream Catcher

    Mary Mauck

    Paperback (Covenant Books, May 2, 2019)
    "Secrets are meant to be kept. Some are good; some evil. And then there are those that mean life or death--the kind that leave you breathless, but not in a good way. I have many secrets, but I dare not speak them, because if I do, my life will be forfeit."Fifteen-year old Paige Carson is the focus of a deadly terrorist organization, but she doesn't know why. She can't recall much of her life from before a year ago, other than that her parents were killed and she chose not to say a word to anyone since that fateful day eight years before.One day, a mysterious family with a secret shows up in town, and Paige begins to remember things from her forgotten past; things that link together who she really is and why everyone seems to be after her.Paige knows that her foster parents are not who they say they are and she distrusts everyone she comes across because of them. As her dreams and nightmares unfold, she begins to put together the puzzle that is her life. She knows that eventually, she will need to find her voice and use it to protect not only herself, but those she loves as well.Paige is in a battle to the death and will fight for her life against those who will try to take everything from her.
  • Catch a Dream

    Ronell E. Wilson

    Paperback (Trafford Publishing, March 25, 2014)
    Having a dream is a beautiful thing. In the early stages of life especially, it gives children a sense of purpose, motivating them to want to make a contribution to the world on behalf of themselves as well as their parents, whose approval is always sought. The important thing to keep in mind about dreams is that they don t just come true on their own, contrary to what we would like to believe. They have to be pursued, and in order to effectively pursue your dream, there are a few things that are essential. The first, is faith. Nobody will believe in you if you don t believe in yourself first. The second, is commitment. You have to place yourself on the path that will lead you to where you want to be, and have the courage & the discipline to stay there, despite those that may not support you in the beginning, and those that may attempt to derail you in an effort to do what is cool according to them. The last, and absolute most important thing is knowledge. You must take your education serious because without it, no doors will open for you. If you keep the aforementioned things in your mind, constantly implementing them into your daily routine, you will certainly make your dream come true. If you try to cut corners, or sit around with a false sense of entitlement, you will reduce your dreams into nothing more than wishes.
  • Dream Catcher

    Lommie Hoffman

    language (, Jan. 4, 2018)
    My life has been a lie. I was trying to figure out what to do after graduation when the truth was revealed. Indra broke her silence and contacted me. Indra, my magical guardian who just happened to be a dragon. My life was in danger and it was time to fulfill my destiny. The battle was beginning and it was up to me to save the world as we knew it. Who knew that I could do magic? Who knew that I had a magical guardian who looked over me and is there to protect me? Who knew that I was the one who would save the world? Who knew that along the way to discover the real me that I would find love.Can I be this person that everyone wants me to be? Can I save the world? I know nothing about magic, how could I be the one to save us all?
  • To Catch a Dream Digital Guide

    Saddleback Publishing

    language (Saddleback Educational Publishing, Sept. 1, 2011)
    The Teacher's Resource Guide CDs provide 10 pages of activities and reproducible worksheets per novel to support the books and extend students' reading skills. Simply select and print the activities that you need. A key at the end of each guide provides answers and sample responses. The activities give lower-level readers the tools to construct, extend, and examine the meaning of text.
  • Catching a Dream

    J.R. Mcrae, Takara Beech, Claudia Emanuela Coppola

    Paperback (Word Wings/Books, Aug. 22, 2017)
    Our childhood dreams & hopes are butterfly fragile - catching & holding them, dreaming them into reality is an ability formed in childhood that, nurtured, can shape our lives & impact those of loved ones around us. Imagination is what gives our dreams wings! An allegorical poem in loose ballad form, for younger readers & readers of all ages. "A beautiful way to introduce the power of poetry. Filled with poetic devices, this ballad style poem would also benefit any teacher who values philosophy in the classroom as part of their pedagogical practice. Catching a Dream is a real treasure to share with [those] who love language." Adrienne T. O'Connell. B.A. Grad Dip. Ed. "Lyrical & as beautiful as butterfly wing. Another wonderful [verse] story by J.R.McRae that readers are sure to enjoy." Bianca Thorburn, Teacher Librarian. www.wordwings.wix.com/publishing www.jrmcrae_subversive.weebly.com facebook/claudiaemanuelacoppola www.takarabeech.com/catching-a-dream