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Magazines

I am getting ready to order magazines for next year. I want magazines that you will all love. Let me know the titles you like.

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Jaxen said…
Mrs.Rosheim I thing we need Nick, Sports illustrated for kids, Ranger Rick I thing these are some of the magizines we need.
Mrs. Rosheim said…
Jaxen-Thanks so much for letting me know what magazines you like. I see that you are blogging at home...way to go!
Jaxen said…
Mrs.Rosheim I think we need these are library Zoobooks,U.s. Kids, and Dogs thank you and i hope you get these magazines.
Anonymous said…
I think we need to get Boy's Life because it has fun articles, cool jokes and fantastic comics.
Tanner said…
I like Cartoon Network Block Party, Nick magazine, and Zoobooks. We need more CN Block Party. Some Looney Tunes would be good.
Sami said…
I think we should have Sports Illistrated for kids, Discovery Girls, and New Moon for girls! I read ALL of these great magazines and YOU should too!
Jordan J said…
I think we need: Gossip, Nick and Sports Illistrated for kids.
Anonymous said…
Nick Mags would be awesome!

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