By Mark Kimball Moulton

This name is acceptable for a long time 4-8. occasionally lifestyles offers us with unforeseen magical moments. So it truly is during this story of a snowman named simply Bob: whilst a tender baby builds a snowman, he involves existence simply lengthy adequate to impart a couple of concepts concerning the significance of creating and protecting friendships expensive. Illustrated with heat and whimsy, this e-book is a vintage tale the full kin can percentage.

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Mentry,” said Mr. Klutz. ” Calm? Who can stay calm when all the lights are out and the ninety-year-old lady the school is named after has dis-appeared? ” the teachers were all saying. “Where are you, Mrs. ” “She was right here a minute ago,” said Ms. Coco, the gifted and talented teacher. ” “Maybe she went to the bathroom,” said Mr. Docker, the science teacher. “Maybe she’s hiding,” suggested Mrs. Yonkers. ” said Miss Laney. “Mrs. Mentry? ” said Mr. Klutz. ” “She’s pretty tiny,” said Mrs. Jafee.

Hooray for Mr. ” they yelled. ” Chapter 3 Big Nose After the teachers got their coffee, everything was back to normal. Or as normal as things ever get at Ella Mentry School. The bell rang, and we all rushed to Mr. Granite’s class. We pledged the allegiance, did Word of the Day, and had circle time. That’s when we all sit around in a circle, so it has the perfect name. “Okay, turn to page twenty-three in your math books,” said Mr. Granite. We’ve been working on page twenty-three in our math books for a million hundred days.

I shouted up at him. “Any time at all,” he said. “It won’t be long. I’m fixing a hole. I’ll get you. I will. We can work it out. I’ve got a feeling. All I’ve got to do . ” Mr. Harrison wasn’t making any sense at all. ” I asked. “I need you,” he said. “See that big rock over there? ” I tried to move the rock, but it was too heavy. “I’m so tired,” I groaned. Ryan and the girls crawled over to help. “Dig it,” Mr. Harrison told us. “Carry that weight. All together now. ” All four of us pushed against the rock as hard as we could.

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