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CELEBRATE READING! LITTLE CELEBRATIONS GRADE 1: MY FRENDS by Marcia K. Vaughan
CELEBRATE READING! LITTLE CELEBRATIONS: SOMETHING NEW (LITTLE CELEBRATIONS GUIDED READING) by Pearson Education
CR LITTLE CELEBRATIONS ANIMAL STRETCHES GRADE 1 COPYRIGHT 1995 (LITTLE CELEBRATIONS GUIDED READING) by Celebration Press
Hi-De-Hi (Let Me Read, Level 2) by Marcia Vaughan
Integrated Language Activity Book Grade 1 (Celebrate Reading) by Scott Foresman
Integrated Language Activity Book Grade 3 (Celebrate Reading) by Scott-Foresman
Integrated Language Activity Book: Celebrate Reading 2 (Integrated Language Activity Book, 2nd Grade) by Scott-Foresman
Journey Home (Celebrate Reading, Grade 6 Level D) by Foresman and Company ScottGrade 6, Level D
Jungle Parade : A Signing Game by Celebration Press
The Old Oak Tree (Little Celebrations) by Marcia Vaughan
Our Singing Planet by Belinda Yun-Ying1st Grade, Level 1
Under My Hat (Celebrate Reading!) by Andrew Shachat1st Grade, Level 1
Zithers by Marcia Vaughan
Once Upon a Hippo: Ways of Telling Stories (Celebrate Reading! Scott Foresman) by Scott Foresman2nd Grade, Level 2
You Be the Bread and I'll Be the Cheese: Showing How We Care (Celebrate Reading! Scott Foresman) by Cynthia Rylant2nd Grade, Level 2
How to Talk to Bears (And Other Tips for Success) by David McPhailLevel 2E
Just Like A Hero (Celebrate Reading, Grade 6) by Richard L. AllingtonLevel 6F

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