The Louisa Educator's Package

We have slashed prices to the bone in an effort to make these items affordable for teachers. Whether you are ordering for a public school, private school, or home school, the same prices apply across the board. You may order one copy or as many copies as you need, and the price per copy remains the same. At these prices, we simply can't afford to discount them any further for any volume discount.

To order the special Educator's Package below, click on the "Add to Cart" payment button below the description of The Resource Book for Louisa. Once the payment page loads, click on the "Continue Shopping" link to return to this sales page, and then click on the "Add to Cart" button beneath the paperback or hard cover edition of Louisa, as you prefer. When the payment page reloads, update the quantity for each item, click on the "Adjust" button to update the total cost, and then click on the "Check Out" link. On the Check Out page, enter your billing and shipping information and choose the UPS shipping and handling rate you prefer by selecting the appropriate option on the drop-down menu. Bear in mind that, since these are POD (print on demand) books, it will take 2-5 days (depending on whether hardcover or softcover) to print and bind, then the shipping estimate you choose will apply. Next, click on the "Continue Transaction" button to review your order. Finally, carefully review your order for accuracy. If you need to make changes to your order, click the "Cancel Order" button to return to the initial input screen to re-start the order process. If you are satisfied with your order, click the "Finalize and Process Order" button to complete the transaction.



Cover for The Resource Book for Louisa
Now the inspiring story of Louisa, a historical novel loosely based on the life of African-American poetess Phillis Wheatley, has an excellent companion resource book for elementary and middle school teachers to teach their students about such topics as slavery in colonial America, human rights, and literature in early America.


The Resource Book for Louisa: A Guide for Teachers
by Gena McReynolds and Richard Emmel
ISBN 13: 978-0-9786567-5-1
Soft cover 124 pages
Dim. 8.25" x 11"
Published in August 2008

$14.95 $7.47 Special publisher's discount price. You save 50%!





Cover for Louisa
Loosely based on the life of Black American poet, Phillis Wheatley, Louisa is a riveting story of how a little African girl was captured from her happy home by the Senegal River and sold into slavery in colonial America. How she was nurtured, educated, and rose to international celebrity as an authoress, before ultimately gaining her freedom, is a truly inspiring journey for readers of all ages.


Louisa
by Richard Emmel
ISBN 13: 978-0-9786567-3-7
Soft cover 196 pages
Dim. 5.5" x 8.5" x .75"
Published in January 2008

$21.97 $7.69 Special publisher's discount price. You save 65%!

Now also available for Kindle in both the US and the UK!





Book Cover for Louisa
Loosely based on the life of Black American poet, Phillis Wheatley, Louisa is a riveting story of how a little African girl was captured from her happy home by the Senegal River and sold into slavery in colonial America. How she was nurtured, educated, and rose to international celebrity as an authoress, before ultimately gaining her freedom, is a truly inspiring journey for readers of all ages.


Louisa
by Richard Emmel
ISBN 13: 978-0-9786567-0-6
Gray cloth hardcover w/jacket 192 pages
Dim. 5.75" x 8.75" x .75"

Published in January 2007

$24.95 $12.47 Special publisher's discount price. You save 50%!