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by Richard Scarry

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This book could probably be considered a chapter book because of how it is broknen into sections. In section one the reader will learn about x-rsys, readers learn how bread is made in section 2, section three talks about staying safe in the heat, and lastly readers learn about saftey crossing the stret. This book is a good read for an indepedent reader and is not a good choice for a read aloude beacuse the book is a long read and the size of the pictures are hard for a class to see. http://www.krey.org is not the official site but it has a lot of information on Scarry's books such as character lists. I could not find an official websit for this author.
  CjWilson | Nov 16, 2009 |
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X-rays, where bread comes from and the sun on the street.

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