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2009-2010 KC3 Award Announced

Third Grade Readers the final KC3 voting results are in…

Coming in third place was Remembering Mrs. Rossi, second place was Bethany Hamilton, and the winner of the 2009-2010 KC3 Award is Stinky and Successful: The Riot Brothers Never Stop by Mary Amato. Lewis and Clark readers also picked Stinky and Successful as our school winner.
Check out the comment that Lewis and Clark readers recieved from author Mary Amoto herself...
"Mary Amato said...
Hurray!!! I'm so glad you enjoyed Stinky and Successful. Keep reading and laughing, Lewis and Clark! "
Check out her funny acceptance speech at...


Anonymous said…
I loved all the books but stinky and successful was my favorite. I'm so glad they won!
claire 3n said…
I have not read all of them but so far i think they are really good.
Leyton said…
I realy like the KC3 books!My favorite one is The Homerun King.

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