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Guess Who? by Margaret Miller

Guess Who?

by Margaret Miller

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a fun interaction book that asks the students different questions about their day, how they interact with the world around them.
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  TUCC | Jan 5, 2017 |
I thought the book “Guess Who?” was a pretty good book. One thing I liked about it was how informational it was. Each page had a different question on it and possible answers. For example, one of the questions was, “Who cleans your teeth?” Then there were possible answers such as “A shoemaker?” “A window washer?” Then when you turn the page the actual answer was given. I also like the pictures in the book. They were all real life pictures. I also liked how each thing in the book had a picture for it. Overall, the main idea of this book is teaching children about things in the real world. ( )
  david.endres | Dec 1, 2014 |
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"A simple question is posed along with a picture of a child in a familiar situation. On the opposite page are four picture choices; the answers are funny and ridiculous. Flip the page and the correct picture and words appear, in a clever visual game that develops logical thinking and categorizing skills. Large, color photographs make this a perfect book for sharing."--Boston Globe.

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A child is asked who delivers the mail, gives haircuts, flies an airplane, and performs other important tasks. Each question has several different answers from which to choose.

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