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Fun with Dick and Jane by Grosset and Dunlap
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Fun with Dick and Jane is a chapter book that has multiple series inside of this book. So, therefore there are many stories to read with this small chapter book. The illustrations in Fun with Dick and Jane are very detailed and colorful. They are on almost every page and are nicely drawn. Teachers can use this book in the classroom for students to read on their own. Students don't have to read all of these books, but should be able to read a few of the series in the book. My interpretations of Fun with Dick and Jane is that this book is a true classic. ( )
  s.vang | Nov 28, 2015 |
I read this book in the 60's in the first grade. Dick, Jane and their dog Spot were fun then and they are now, brings back fond memories. Good book for beginning readers.
  VirginiaWrenn | Dec 18, 2010 |
I learned to read with these guys. I loved them.
  TiaMary | Nov 8, 2007 |
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"Look, Jane, " said Dick.  "Here is something funny.  Can you guess what it is?"

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A collection of reissued stories with simple vocabulary featuring Dick, Jane, and other familiar characters.

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