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by Karen Gruntman,John Gile

ePub What Is That Thing? Whose Stuff Is This download
Author:
Karen Gruntman,John Gile
ISBN13:
978-0910941273
ISBN:
0910941270
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Publisher:
JGC / United Publishing Corps; Complete Numbers Starting with 1, 1st Ed edition (October 1, 2000)
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Subcategory:
Schools & Teaching
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1890 kb
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Whose Stuff Is This? deals with vacabulary development in the same way Oh, How I Wished I Could Read! deals with the importance of reading.

Whose Stuff Is This? deals with vacabulary development in the same way Oh, How I Wished I Could Read! deals with the importance of reading.

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What Is That Thing? Whose Stuff Is This? deals with vacabulary development in the same way Oh, How I Wished I Could Read! deals with the importance of reading. Both use humor to reach children and impress upon them the importance of developing the skills necessary to survive in a literate world and to develop word power in order to communicate effectively.