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Flora's Very Windy Day

Have you ever been blown away by the wind? It is very windy! In this book, Flora doesn't want her little sister around. So Flora and her sister go outside to play, and all of the sudden, the wind blows them up way into the sky!! So many different things in the sky like a cloud wanted to keep Crispin for a working girl but Flora said no. But everything that they passed always said, "If the wind lets you..." Will Flora and Crispin get home? Is Flora going to let Crispin out of her life? Read more to find out more about this mysterious story!

Reviewed by: Emma


Aashree said…
I would love to read,Flora's Very Windy Day,because it sounds like a mystery and I love mystery books!

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