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    What Happened to Marion's Book? - Marion, a book lover, who discovers she has not been taking very good care of her books when she accidently plops jam on a book borrowed from the school library and cannot find one in her own collection that is in good enough condition to replace it.

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    Use to teach that readers take care of books and the classroom library and readers follow the system for taking books home and bringing them back

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    What Happened to Marion's Book? by Brook Berg. Book Care / Young Marion the hedgehog, who wants to be a librarian when she grows up, learns how to treat library books with respect.

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