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Books Worth Reading


Books Worth Reading

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How to Babysit a Grandpa by Jean Reagan: The text "looks" like a narrative story, but it has the language that's the hallmark of "how-to" writing combined with transitions to keep the story moving along. Embedded within the text are obvious "how-to" pieces (tips and lists) such as "Snacks for a Grandpa," "How to Entertain a Grandpa," and "How to Wake Up a Grandpa." (Would support your work with the Common Core Standards for writing.)

How to Babysit a Grandpa

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How to menu "plan" when you don't really like to meal plan and have a hard time sticking with your plan

The Non Planner’s Guide to Menu “Planning”

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I so want this!!

This is a MUST read for all children. A gentle way to teach your children about their private parts! Please share!

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I remember this story :)