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READING 2011 CONTENT LITERACY READER GRADE 1 WEEK 3 UNIT 2 I CAN READ by Scott Foresman1.32
Our Country's Treasures by Scott Foresman1.43
Places We Treasure by Scott Foresman1.44
READING 2011 CONTENT LITERACY READER GRADE 1 WEEK 4 UNIT 5 TREASURES WE SHARE by Scott Foresman1.45
Ways We Learn by Scott Foresman1.52
When Things Change by Scott Foresman2.41
New Faces and Places by Scott Foresman2.44
Who Helps on Your Street by Scott Foresman2.51
Neighbors Help Neighbors by Scott Foresman2.54
I FOLLOW THE RULES by Scott Foresman2.55
At the Ballpark by Scott Foresman2.61
Cowboys by Scott Foresman2.64
Election Day by Scott Foresman2.65
What Can Athletes Do? by Scott Foresman3.41
READING 2011 CONTENT LITERACY READER GRADE 3 WEEK 5 UNIT 1 KIKO'S KIMONO by Scott Foresman3.51
READING 2011 CONTENT LITERACY READER GRADE 3 WEEK 5 UNIT 2 HAPPY NEW YEAR! by Scott Foresman3.52
READING 2011 CONTENT LITERACY READER GRADE 3 WEEK 6 UNIT 1 THE STATUE OFLIBERTY by Scott Foresman3.61
The Eagle is Free by Scott Foresman3.62
We Have Rules by Scott Foresman3.64
Freedom for All by Scott Foresman3.65
Coming Together by Scott Foresman4.11
YOSEMITE NATIONAL PARK by Scott Foresman4.15
We All Have Talent by Scott Foresman4.21
At the Rodeo by Scott Foresman4.22
Teamwork by Scott Foresman4.24
THE PRESIDENTS PROMISE by Scott Foresman4.25
Sending Secrets by Scott Foresman4.43
Discovering Machu Picchu by Scott Foresman4.52
READING 2011 CONTENT LITERACY READER GRADE 4 WEEK 5 UNIT 4 EXPLORING ANTARTICA by Scott Foresman4.54
DREAMERS AND DOERS by Scott Foresman4.62
Quanah Parker: Last Chief of the Comanche by Scott Foresman4.64

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