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If America Was a Village

Do you ever wonder if America were a village? Well this book talks all about it. There will be only 100 people. There would be stores and a bunch of other stuff. There would be so much to do if America were a village. So that is all the reasons about America being a village. Read this book and you'll learn if America was a village.

Reviewed By: Tyler

Comments

Sierra said…
Tyler that was a good book so Im going to try it out.It seems like a good book.
Tyler said…
Wow I like it!
Madeleine said…
Tyler I think your blog was great! I think I'm going to check it out.

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