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Hiphop and His Famous Face (The Wonder Woods Series)

by Gary J. Oliver

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This book is an example of fantasy. The animals in this story are all given human characteristics. The Hiphop gets angry easily and doesn't understand how to deal with his anger. His friends do not like being around him when he is angry. This book teachs the truths about being angry and how to deal with your anger. I would use this book in a late primary and early intermediate classroom. The type of media used is pencil. ( )
  bekstrom | Jan 8, 2009 |
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This is the tale of HipHop Bunny--the funniest bunny in the forest, and the animal who has the hardest time with his anger until a friendly blue jay steps in.

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