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  • Danielle Jeanneret

    Wild west read aloud Great story to teach about character, setting, plot, descriptive writing, narrative writing, imagination, dialogue, transitions.

  • Terri Moore

    A night on the Range -teaches character, setting, plot, descriptive writing, narrative writing, imagination, dialogue, transitions.

  • Bonnie Nash

    summer reading

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