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Great AR Book Feb. 24 2013
By Summer McDermott - Published on Amazon.com
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This is a good book for young readers to take AR tests on. It is simple with challenging words and they learn something valuable.
Great Learning Tool April 27 2011
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I used this book when discussing where things come from with my kindergarten students. I liked it, but the pictures used seemed like they were from a small crayon making factory rather than a large one like Crayola or RoseArt.

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