Matt Kish’s project to illustrate Herman Melville’s Moby-Dick, one page at a time
New Bedford, MA Cobblestone streets still service one of the most active fishing ports in the world. Herman Melville left New Bedford in the 1840s on a whaling trip, inspiring him to write "Moby Dick."
Rockwell Kent-designed cover for Moby Dick by Herman Melville
Moby Dick, Captain Ahab by Herman Melville, painting Art by Suzanne Marie. Almost a pirate! all about the great white whale. great book!
just for kicks
This is an 11 page booklet to teach the Bill of Rights. There is space on each page for students to write or illustrate each amendment. You can use the included information to teach the students about the Bill of Rights. There are also websites listed at the bottom of this page. I give students the booklets one page at a time as we discuss the amendments. They are to draw a picture describing each amendment. You could also have students write what the amendment means.