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Easy-to-read text describes Lucy's two very different dogs.
Easy-to-read text describes Joe and Dad's attempts to catch fish for dinner.
Willie, a silly worm who hates dirt and mud, changes his thinking after an accident.
A boy recounts the many things in his life that he is responsible for.
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Pronouns are words that replace nouns. Words like he, she, me, and we are pronouns. Through catchy lyrics and colorful illustrations, student will learn how ...
Grandpa, Mom, and Dad try to cheer Ben up while Grandpa packs up to move.
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Kim has a bad morning when she wakes up late and loses a tooth, but the next morning she feels much better.
Students will learn that sharing time can be fun when spent with classmates and friends. Read and sing along to practice this important skill. Text is paired ...
Students will practice listening skills and respect in the classroom as they read and sing along. Text is paired with engaging music and colorful ...
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