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2nd Grade List Poem

Mrs. Baker's class is smart because we love to read...here are some of our favorite books...
Abiyoyo
Humphrey The Whale
Endangered Komodo Dragons
Nate The Great
Nebraska
Green Eggs and Ham
Franny K. Stein, Mad Scientist
The Best Day Ever
The Polar Express
Vinnie and Abraham
The Night Before, The Night Before Christmas
Captain Underpants
The Very Hungry Caterpillar
The Houdini Box
Diary of a Wimpy Kid
Boo!
Junie B. Jones
By My Brother's Side
The Last Straw
Horrible Harry
Charlotte's Web
Badger's Fancy Meal
These are wonderful books, we hope you will read and enjoy them.

Comments

Olivia said…
I love the night befor Christmas!
When no one was sturing not even a mouse. Its a great book especialy
at this time of year.
Josi said…
I love alot of those books. Even the ones I never read before I think I should read!
Anonymous said…
Those look like some really good books.
Anonymous said…
Sam I am I love Green Eggs and Ham!
Tyler said…
These look like some really good books.


Tyler
Tyler said…
I really like that Mrs.Baker's class likes these books.
Anonymous said…
Those are some great books!
Grace Bellman said…
I love all of those books, especially Diary Of A Wimpy Kid!!

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