Required Literature Reading Books
The Literature PACEs has accompanying reading books, which need to be read by the student while they are working through the PACEs. Most of these can be sourced from the CEE website, but a few will need to be found elsewhere as indicated in the table below. If you cannot source a book, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org, or if you are working at ICCE level, please contact email@example.com to ask for an alternative.
Note that most required reading books cover multiple PACEs, e.g. a student will read Summer Fun while completing PACE numbers 1025-1031.
Literature & Creative Writing is a relatively recent addition to the ACE core curriculum. It begins at level 2 (1013) and continues until the end of level 6 (1072).
Basic Literature begins at level 7 (1073) and ends at level 9 (1108). Each level is covered by a single workbook, so Basic Literature 7 covers the PACE numbers 1073-1084. Each workbook separates into multiple PACEs, e.g. Basic Literature 8 will separate into PACE 86, 88, 90, 92, 94, and 96. This should be done by the supervisor when they take delivery of each Basic Literature workbook, so that a student only has access to one PACE at a time.
A Basic Literature PACE should be completed in roughly the time that it takes to complete two PACEs in other subjects. For example a student will complete 86 (God's Adventurer) while complete PACEs 1086 and 1087 in their other subjects.
You can use the table below to refer to when Literature PACEs and books should be issues, and how they correspond. Please click the titles of the books to go directly to the shop page for that book.
For Basic Literature 9 ACE no longer supply 5 of the original reading books. As copies of the books are hard to come by, we have created the After the Flood PACE, and the 2 Poetry PACEs as options to replace those books. For ICCE accreditation you need to complete 6 out of the 9 options.
|1013-1024||No books required|
|1037-1038||Little Green Frog||CEE|
|1039-1040||Saved at Sea||CEE|
|1041-1042||Red Rag Riddle||CEE|
|1045-1046||Children's Missionary Library||CEE|
|1047-1050||Choice Stories for Children||CEE|
|1051-1052||North to Amaroqvik||CEE|
|1055-1056||Miracle at Camp Friendship||CEE|
|1057-1058||A Dog of Flanders||CEE|
|1059-1060||Star of Light||CEE|
|1063-1064||Christians with Courage||CEE|
|1065-1066||Alexi's Secret Mission||CEE|
|1067-1068||Grandpa's Christmas Gift||CEE|
|1069-1070||Little Pilgrim's Progress||CEE|
|1071-1072||Treasures of the Snow||CEE|
|1076||D. L. Moody||CEE|
|1078||Through Gates of Splendour||CEE|
|1084||The Swiss Family Robinson||CEE|
|1088||Little One Maid of Israel||CEE|
|1090||When Science Fails||CEE|
|1094||Ann of Ava||CEE|
|1096||In His Steps||CEE|
|1098||Up from Slavery||External|
|1100||Michael Faraday: Father of Electronics||External|
|1106||Did Man Just Happen||External|