Is It Alive? (Rise and Shine) ebook
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Rise and Shine) Paperback – August 26, 2010. by National Geographic Learning (Author).
Rise and Shine) Paperback – August 26, 2010.
by National Geographic Learning (Author), Alfredo Schifini (Author). The book's content is great. Unfortunately we have received a copy where several pages are duplicated within it, and are placed at random spots in the book. It inhibits any flow to reading the book to my children and them observing the information.
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Home National Geographic Learning Library Book: What's Alive? (Rise and Shine). Library Book: What's Alive? (Rise and Shine). National Geographic Learning. ISBN 10: 0064451321, ISBN 13: 9780064451321. Published by National Geographic School Pub, 2010. New Condition: New Soft cover. Nadine Bernard Westcott has illustrated numerous books for children, including How to Grow a Picket Fence by Mary Louise Cuneo and two popular children's songs: There's a Hole in the Bucket and Over the River and Through the Wood.
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All hunting the same elusive prey with a desperate starvation that says VICTORY is the only thing that can keep you alive.
6am and your hand can't make it to the alarm clock before the voices in your head start telling you that it's too early, too dark, and too cold to get out of a bed. Aching muscles lie still in rebellion, pretending not to hear your brain commanding them to move. All hunting the same elusive prey with a desperate starvation that says VICTORY is the only thing that can keep you alive.