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    hi
    am solomon .am a male a student . am from Ghana one of the
    most peaceful country in Africa. well i reallly like
    telling my friends abou the history and culture of my
    family.
    there is going to be a great festival here in Ghana. by
    the people of Krobo in the Eastern region of Ghana. in the
    septe...See More
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    I will place my story of "Little Red" here followed by
    another next. It sounds better if you get down all the
    voices. I will send out, um, say five tapes to the first
    five who request it. Feel free to read and copy.

    rick lynn
    [email removed]]

    Little Red was taking a big basket of goodies thr...See More
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    I wrote this story for my students entitled "Oscar", about
    a hound dog who sleeps by day but becomes a super hero at
    night, flying through the air and rescuing fellow dogs in
    trouble. Having come from Southeast Atlanta and hearing a
    lot of Uncle Remus, I find it best to use a good soft,
    Southern Black ac...See More
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    Question: my second grade class will be writing letters.
    There was once postcards across america. Where do I find
    out more?
    /blockquote>

    Hi,

    I have uploaded an instrumental version of my song
    "Read Across America." Feel free to download it and share
    it with your students. My friend has allowed me to use
    this server space for a while.

    Email me if you need the lyrics.

    [email removed]

    Enjoy!
    Glenn

    Read ...See More
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    I have uploaded an mp3 of my song "Read Across America" if
    you want to use it with your students. The lyrics are also
    available if you need them.

    [link removed]

    [link removed]

    Enjoy! Glenn
    /blockquote>

    My son is reading Maniac Magee in Grade 6 and is struggling
    to keep all the events straight. Does anyone have any
    review sheets/questions that we might be able to use at
    night to review what is going on in the book during the
    day?
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    zoe /blockquote>

    poor kid
    runs away
    finds home ;lives happlily ever after
    Feb 22, 2005
    sahara /blockquote>

    On 10/26/04, Dedra Galvez wrote: Im
    > On 10/25/04, Shyanne wrote:
    >> My son is reading Maniac Magee in Grade 6 and is
    > struggling
    >> to keep all the events straight. Does anyone have any
    >> review sheets/questions that we might be able to use at
    >> night to review what ...See More
    May 12, 2008
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    Chapter 10
    1. How does Maniac meet Mars Bar Thompson?
    2. What unthinkable thing does Maniac do in Chapter 10?
    3. What is special about an East End lady in her prime?

    Chapter 11
    1. How is Amanda like an "East End lady in her prime"?
    2. How did the high school basketball players react to
    Amanda and...See More
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    hfhfhh /blockquote>

    On 11/01/04, Dedra Galvez wrote:
    > Chapter 10
    > 1. How does Maniac meet Mars Bar Thompson?
    > 2. What unthinkable thing does Maniac do in Chapter 10?
    > 3. What is special about an East End lady in her prime?
    >
    > Chapter 11
    > 1. How is Amanda like an "East End lady in her prime"?...See More
    Feb 21, 2008
    Chantel /blockquote>

    your question's suck
    Jun 9, 2008
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    Does anyone know where I can purchase the movie
    Gina Reagan /blockquote>

    On 11/19/04, Sam wrote:
    > Does anyone know where I can purchase the movie

    I too am looking for the movie, did you ever get a response
    from anyone on how it can be purchased?

    Thanks,
    Gina Reagan
    Jan 24, 2005
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    I HEARD THERE WAS A MOVIE THAT WENT ALONG WITH THE NOVEL
    HATCHET. IN FACT A TEACHER FRIEND TELLS ME SHE HAS SEEN
    IT. DOES ANY ONE KNOW IF THIS IS TRUE AND WHERE I CAN FIND
    IT?
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    Jennifer Graham The movie based on Hatchet is actually called "A Cry in the Wild".

    On 2/26/05, ArdisK wrote: > Yes, this is true. I stumbled across it on TV about 6 years > ago. Immediately I recognized it as "Hatchet" but it was called > "A CALL IN THE WILD". It IS the Hatchet story - but I don't > know why it isn't titled the same. I "think"...See More
    Sep 17, 2011
    Jon Eddy I found a copy at my library. If they don't have it they may be able to get it from another library. It only comes in VHS.

    On 9/17/11, Jennifer Graham wrote: > The movie based on Hatchet is actually called "A Cry in the Wild". > > On 2/26/05, ArdisK wrote: >> Yes, this is true. I stumbled across it on TV about 6 years >&g...See More
    Nov 9, 2011

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