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Book Review-Bubble Homes and Fish Farts

I just read Bubble Home and Fish Farts. It is a book about how different fish and animals use bubbles. Some animals use it for...well you just have to read it.


Mrs. Rosheim said…
Jaxen~ My, that is certainly an interesting title for a book! I cannot wait to read it. Thanks for reviewing a new book for the library.
Jaxen said…
Thank you for that I worked very hard at it.
Jordan said…
Jaxen I love that book review! Maybe I will read it! :)
Whitney said…
Jaxen~ You are a awesome book reviewer, I love how you did not give away the ending. I will read it!:)
Emily said…
omg I was at library checkout and I saw the book on the shelf so by reading the title I thought it would be a great book. And it really is I think you all should read this book Bubble homes and fish farts!!!! :)

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