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    Love that Dog: A Novel - Activity Sheet

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    Walk Two Moons

    Walk Two Moons

    by Sharon Creech

    By telling the tale of her friend Phoebe, Salamanca begins to cope with the disappearance of her own mother. "An engaging story of love and loss, told with humor and suspense."—SLJ

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A Fine, Fine School

Author: Sharon Creech

Interest Level:
K-2

Lexile Framework:
300L

Grade Level Equivalent:
2.7

Guided Reading Level:
K

Genre:
General Fiction

Subject:
Culture and Diversity

About This Book

One day, Mr. Keene called all the students and teachers together and said, "This is a fine, fine school! From now on, let's have school on Saturdays too." And then there was more.

School all weekend.

School on the holidays.

School in the SUMMER!

What was next . . .

SCHOOL AT NIGHT?

So it's up to Tillie to show her well-intentioned principal, Mr. Keene, that even though his fine, fine school is a wonderful place, it's not fine, fine to be there all the time.


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