Series: Entonces Y Ahora

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Communication (Acorn: Then and Now) by Vicki YatesThen and Now
Having Fun (Acorn: Then and Now) by Vicki YatesThen and Now
Life at Home (Acorn: Then and Now) by Vicki YatesThen and Now
Life at School (Acorn: Then and Now) by Vicki YatesThen and Now
Life at Work (Acorn: Then and Now) by Vicki YatesThen and Now

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  1. Buildings (Acorn: Then and Now) by Vicki Yates (2008)
  2. Travel (Acorn: Then and Now) by Vicki Yates (2008)
  3. Being Honest (Acorn: Citizenship) by Cassie Mayer (2007)
  4. Schools (Acorn: Our Global Community) by Lisa Easterling (2007)
  5. Monkeys (Acorn: Creature Comparisons) by Tracey Crawford (2006)
  6. Jobs People Do (Start Reading & Listening) by Anita Ganeri (2005)
  7. Homes Around the World (Crabapples) by Bobbie Kalman (1994)
  8. Families in Many Cultures (Pebble Plus: Life Around the World) by Heather Adamson (2008)
  9. Homes (Read and Learn: What Living Things Need) by Vic Parker (2006)
  10. Finding Out About the Past by Solomon Gordon (2003)
  11. Clothes (Wants vs Needs) by Linda Staniford (2015)
  12. A Place to Live (Wants vs Needs) by Linda Staniford (2015)
  13. Dr. Seuss (First Biographies: Writers, Artists, and Athletes) by Cheryl Carlson (2005)
  14. Possessions (Wants vs Needs) by Linda Staniford (2015)
  15. My Community Long Ago (Bobbie Kalman's Leveled Readers: My World) by Bobbie Kalman (2010)

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Also avoid publisher series, unless the publisher has a true monopoly over the "works" in question. So, the Dummies guides are a series of works. But the Loeb Classical Library is a series of editions, not of works.


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