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  • Kaitlyn Burdine

    12 children's illustrators asked to depict what it means to "live every day. Lead a better life." results were 12 awesome pieces available for purchase as posters for classrooms, libraries, or bedrooms.

  • Scholastic

    No, David! author and illustrator David Shannon on what it means to "Read Every Day. Lead a Better Life."

  • Marge McCown

    David Shannon has a message for you! - All of the David Shannon books are especially popular with younger children ( And with the older ones - LIKE ME )

  • Nancy Ocampo

    David books. By David Shannon. Kids LOVE these.

  • Jessica Walker

    David Shannon Read poster- want it!

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No David...love this one!!! :) my class may have to do this one!

No, David! author and illustrator David Shannon on what it means to "Read Every Day. Lead a Better Life."

No, David! by David Shannon (The original story with sound effects) - this book is great for talking to students about self control & consequences.

"David Goes to School" What can't you do...What can you do at school. A class book inspired by David Shannon's character "David."

Cute activity to go along with the David books. Draw a picture of a time when you got in trouble like David. :-) If you don't know David, you need to buy your kids some books by David Shannon. lol