Matthew Moore

Matthew Moore

Biography

Matthew Moore lives in Pennsylvania and was born in 2000.

•  Matthew's favorite school subject is language arts.

•  He plays piano, acts in school plays, and participates in his school's soccer, lacrosse, and running clubs.

•  In his spare time, he likes to paint and draw.

•  Matthew hopes to become a television producer, director, or writer when he grows up.

"Reporting on groundbreaking topics such as political conventions, elections, world news, and important current events in [the United States] will be such a tremendous learning experience for me."

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    The Truth About Bats

    The Truth About Bats

    by Eva Moore and Ted Enik

    Friz and the kids head out across the country in search of all kinds of bats, and learn where they live, what they eat, and whether or not they suck blood!

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    Summer Express 5–6

    Summer Express 5–6

    by Leland Graham Jennifer Moore


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    Give your child a head start in school! Summer Express includes 100 fun-filled activity pages—arranged in a progressive, 10-week format—that reinforce skills while preparing fifth graders for sixth grade.

    In this learning-packed book, your child will work on the following skills:
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    A summer’s worth of great learning! 144 pages 1 page of color stickers.


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