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My Favorite Book
Fiction or Nonfiction
ILL HELP YOU OUT!
Have you read any of these?
The Mitten By Jan Brett
The Cat in the Hat By Dr. Seuss
Im an author!
NUMEROFF, LAURA CARLE, ERIC LIONNI, LEO
I KNOW MY COLORS AND NUMBERS.
Chicka-Chicka Boom Boom By Bill Martin and J. Archambault
Animals in the Woods
TRAINS CARS LIONS
SPORTS CARS AND RACE CARS
LETS SEE! WHAT DO I WANT TO READ?
WHAT SHOULD I READ?
Presentation done by Maureen Kaczorowski All covers of books were downloaded from the Barnes and Noble website. June 11, 2004 To contact the author
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