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Book Review-Bird, Butterfly, Eel

I just read Bird, Butterfly, Eel by James Prosek. It was a good book because it had great pictures. It was about a bird, butterfly, and an eel all through the seasons spring, summer, fall and winter. They go on an amazing journey. It had awesome illustrations.


Mrs. Rosheim said…
Aaron~Wow! Thanks for reviewing one of our new books so quickly. You did a great job...I bet a lot of students will want to read this book!
Good Books! Good Times!
Mrs. Davis said…
Great comments and way to read and review quickly! ;-)
Anonymous said…
Wow aaron I think I would like to read this book.
aaron said…
I like this book because it is educational and it is a good book.
Anonymous said…
I like this book because it has good illistrations and lots of details !!!!!!!!!
aaron said…
I like this book because I like birds ,butterfly ,eel.
AAron said…
I like this book because it has great pictures.
Sami said…
When you review a book you do it so well think I will love to read the book

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