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The Extraordinary Mark Twain (According to Susy)

I think this book is the best book in the world. The journal entires and pictures are good. My favorite journal entry is on page 4. I think you should read this book. It is awesome! Mark Twain was a good man. He was a famous author.

Reviewed by Aaron

Amelia Earhart By: Sarah Stewart Taylor and Ben Towle

Amelia Earhart is a book that is written in a graphic novel format. It talks about The Dead Man's Bay. The Dead Man's Bay is a rocky place out in the sea and by a bay. All sailboats that try to pass, crash into the rocks. This book is also about Amelia taking her first flight and becoming famous.

I would rate this book a 3 out of 5 (1 being the worst and 5 being the best) I rated this book a 3 because I do not like graphic-novel because they are hard to read and understand but you might like it.

Reviewed by: Abbie

Hip-Pocket Papa By: Sandra Markle

Hip-Pocket Papa is a nonfiction book about Male Hip-Pocket Frogs. These frogs are really tiny. They are no bigger than a human thumbnail. If I had to re this book one to five (one being the worst and five being the best)I would give it a four. I would give it a four because this book tells some really good and cool information about Male Hip-Pocket Frogs like Male Hip-Pocket Frogs have a lot of responsibilities. Here is a responsiblity that Male hip-Pocket Frogs, stay away from predators. BIG TIME! Do you know why this is a big responsiblity for the Male Hip-Pocket Frogs? Read this book to find out.

Reviewed by Melanie

Landmark 2010 Results!

Woo Hoo! Lewis and Clark placed 2nd among 26 other teams from around the world in the Landmark Game 2010. We are really excited about being one of the top teams. Most importantly, we are really pleased with what we learned along the way. We became expert researchers by using all types of research tools including...encyclopedias, atlases, almanacs, globes, nonfiction books, computer databases, and the internet. We learned so much along the way ( teachers even gained new knowledge) and we are very appreciative of the time and effort that Terry Smith, the game moderator, put into the game to make it a success once again! Thank you Mr. Smith! Check out the Landmark website...

Attention Captain Underpants Fans!

Good News for all you Captain Underpants readers out there...Dav Pilkey is writing about Captain Underpants once again. Read this exerpt of an article written by By HILLEL ITALIE
(AP National Writer) in the Kansas City Star...

Break out the briefs and red cape, if you dare. More tales of "Captain Underpants" are coming.
Author Dav Pilkey has agreed to write four more of the multimillion-selling series that helped establish the giggly genre known as "poop fiction." The first book, "The Adventures of Ook and Gluk, Kung-Fu Cavemen from the Future," comes out in August with a worldwide printing of 1 million copies, Scholastic announced Thursday.
"I think fans of Captain Underpants will be very happy with this new book," Pilkey said in a statement Thursday. "It has all of the action, laffs and ridiculousness that kids love, plus all the unapologetic irreverence and questionable potty humor that grumpy curmudgeons love to complain about. It's got…

Roland Smith Is Amazing!

On Monday, March 15th I took my own 3 kids to the Literature Festival in Warrensburg, Missouri. We had a great time seeing 4 great authors! We ALL especially loved the presentation by Roland Smith. I have seen him speak ten to fifteen times, but it never gets old. He is an amazing speaker and really captures the audiences' attention. My kids have been quoting him all week! You MUST check out his website. He writes a blog called, Roland's Journal that will grab your interest if you are keen on becoming a writer yourself. You can follow along as he blogs about his day...what he is writing, what is ready to be submitted, and so on. Check it out...

Mrs. Rosheim is Wimpified!

Go to the following website to wimpify yourself...

Lewis and Clark Votes! 2009-2010 KC3

Sixty Two Lewis and Clark 3rd graders gathered together on March 3rd to cast their long awaited vote for their favorite KC3 nominee. When all the votes were counted Stinky and Successful: The Riot Brothers Never Stop by Mary Amato was our winner. Now we wait for the state winner to be announced!