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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!


Mary Amato said…
Hurray!!! I'm so glad you enjoyed Stinky and Successful. Keep reading and laughing, Lewis and Clark!
Sierra said…
I think Stinky and Successful was a really funny book.
Whitney said…
Yeah I love that book. It makes you feel happy when you're sad, it makes you feel glad when your just happy! I love this book!
OLIVIA said…
I love Stinky and Sucsessful! Best book ever. Mary Amato is a true gueniss!
Ingrid said…
I had fun at the party but I was kind of dissapointed that Remembering Mrs.Rossi only got 8 to 7 votes,but still I thought Stinky and Successful was pretty good!!!!! Hi Mary Amato!!!!
Anonymous said…
I think one of the Riot brothers books were on the list last year!
Emma said…
I can't believe that Mary Amato left a comment on our Lewis and Clark blog!
abby said…
I am going to be in third grade next year and i can not wait to read the kc3 books!!
abby said…
i can not belive Mary Amato posted on this website!

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