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Our Friend the Sun (Now I Know) by Janet…
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Our Friend the Sun (Now I Know)

by Janet Palazzo-Craig

Series: Now I Know

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This is a great book for K-1. It teaches children what the sun does for the earth. ( )
  alwilson1 | Oct 3, 2008 |
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Simple text and illustrations introduce the characteristics of the sun and its relationship to the earth.

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Simple text and illustrations introduce the characteristics of the sun and its relationship to the earth.

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