Update 3/1/2019: Limo for Two? is now available in a bilingual version, written in both English and Spanish for ebooks.
R. Fulleman has written and self-published 3 paperback High/Low fiction books for Young Adults. These 3 stories follow the lives of teenage twin brothers, Ron and Bob. These books offer stories at a Junior High School interest level but are written at a 2nd-grade reading level. They offer those students who do not like to read an opportunity to read a chapter book that they can understand. Many readers have said that these books were the first chapter books that they had been able to read on their own. For some students, the books have been their start into an appreciation for reading.
These books, "Limo for Two?", "Stink Bombs", and "The Tattoo" are available in print at both www.LorRonCo. com and Follett.com. Reading Comprehension tests and teacher lesson plans are available for each of these books at the website.
A 3-book series that offers a view into the lives of twin brothers, Ron and Bob. These identical twins are often being mistaken for each other by their teachers and friends alike. Their identicality works to their advantage for often than not. Each book is written to the Middle School and High School reader who is reading at a lower (1st or 2nd grade) reading level. The series is designed to give their reader a safe starting point to becoming a lifelong reader.
Limo for Two? / Limo para dos? is a bilingual High/Low chapter book, written in both English and Spanish about Identical twins, Ron and Bob. The two boys look exactly alike. They both want to win the prize of a limousine ride to the school dance, but only one wins. Used successfully in EL and SPED classes.
"The Tattoo" is a story about twin brothers, Ron and Bob, and their struggle with the decision whether or not to get a tattoo. It seems like everywhere they look more and more people have a tattoo. Later, the boys see how the advice their grandpa gave them was right.
"Limo for Two?" is a story about twin brothers. One brother wins a ride in a limo to the school dance. Unfortunately, his brother did not win a ride in the limo. See what these two close brothers did to help each other get a ride to the dance. The book is a high/low book, written for Middle and High School students who read at a first or second-grade level.