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The 100th Day by Grace Maccarone
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The 100th Day

by Grace Maccarone

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Building on the sucess of Hello Reader!, the Hello Writer! books have been created especially for new readers, with stories and hands-on activities to provide practice with reading and writing skills.

It's the 100th day of school in Miss Hill's class. Jill makes 4 necklaces with 100 beads. Ben writes about 100 cats and Kate draws 100 stars. But Jack doesn't want to do any of those things. Instead, he jumps rope 100 times!

This story is told in simple, short sentences with vibrant illustrations. Also included after the story is a Word List and hands-on activities, perfect for young readers to practice skills such as word building, punctuation, and letter formation.

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Jack has to do something to celebrate the 100th day of school, but he doesn't want to write or draw or make necklaces.

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