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Nathan Levy Books LLC,Nathan Levy
Nathan Levy Associates; Revised and Updated edition (July 30, 2015)
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Nathan Levy is the author of more than 40 books which have sold almost 250,000 copies to teachers and parents in the US, Europe, Asia, South America, Australia and Africa.

Nathan Levy is the author of more than 40 books which have sold almost 250,000 copies to teachers and parents in the US, Europe, Asia, South America, Australia and Africa. His unique Stories with Holes series continues to be proclaimed the most popular activity used in gifted, special education and regular classrooms by hundreds of educators. An extremely popular, dynamic speaker on thinking, writing and differentiation, Nathan is in high demand as a workshop leader in school and business settings.

About Nathan Levy: Nathan S. Levy is a sought after author and international public speaker. His 20 volume Stories With Holes series and 6 volume Intriguing Questions series are used by children and adults alike all over the world. When consulting to parent and/or professional educator groups Mr Levy pulls practical activities from his 4 book Not Just Schoolwork series, his 6 book Whose Clues series and 2 Nathan S.

Nathan Levy’s most popular book is Stories with Holes Volume 1, Revised & Updated. Stories with Holes by. Nathan Levy. Nathan Levy's Stories with Holes Volume 2 Revised & Updated by Nathan Levy by.

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Twenty logic stories that will make you think! They will stimulate critical and creative thinking skills. From 7 to 110 years old.
  • I bought this in order to have something fun to do with my coworkers every once in a while, but these aren't at all creative. Don't waste your money on this and just look up 'minute mysteries' or 'stories with holes' online. You'll find plenty that other people have written for free and are much more difficult to figure out.

  • I use the stories with holes with all of my English classes, and I have taught grades 6-12. My son even did some of these in his 3rd grade class this year. It is great to hear how creative the kids get. My only problem is that I have to keep replacing the books! People love them so much that they tend to disappear!

  • We haven't read all the stories, but have had fun with the ones we have. My oldest used these in her APEX class, so I bought them for our homeschool. I believe my 8yo is still too young to understand the stories, but we will definitely use this as he gets older.

  • I use this with my fifth graders at the end of the day and they LOVE the stories with holes. They can be a bit morbid at times, but are perfect for 10-11 year olds. Many of them are very challenging, to the point that they are working on solving them all week! Great book, lots of fun!

  • Keep this when you find your lesson went quicker than expected; you have a few minutes left but not enough time to get started on something new - perfect to maintain attention for all ages; I have used this middle school through adult. Also works great when you are waiting to dismiss students and cannot start something new.

  • I started doing some of these with my team at staff meetings, and it took them a while to get the hang of them. The only problem I have now is that if I don't bring my book so they can do one, they feel cheated!

  • fun in the classroom but not all the stories are useable

  • These are great to send out in chats at work to give our employees some brain teasers.