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  • Jennie Reck

    Word Play: The Boy Who Loved Words is a fictional children's book. There are a few themes, which pertain to character, values, and music while playing with words interactively. This book is at a fourth grade reading level.

  • Lorraine Delk

    The Boy Who Loved Words. A book that sparks conversation about using better vocabulary in writing. Great for writer's workshop!

  • Three Norwegians

    "The Boy Who Loved Words" by Roni Schotter--a tribute to the beauty of words (and the people who love them!). A great book when teaching how to use the thesaurus and dictionary

  • Jenny Grindle

    Always Write: Mentor Texts are a Powerful Tool When Designing Writing Lessons Writers notebook lesson for setting up vocabulary collection included!

  • Katherine Caldwell

    The Boy Who Loved Words - Books - Shop - gifts | Peek Kids Clothing

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