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Bring and Take

(No Mistakes Grammar for Kids #3)

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Has your child ever said "Hey, Mom, bring me to Justin's house?" when he should have said, "take me?" How about confusing its and it's? I know adults who do that.

Learn from Queen Shinobi and never confuse them again. She'll make you learn the right way. And she'll teach you so you don't forget.
Published March 14th 2018 by Giacomo Giammatteo
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I live in Texas now, but I grew up in Cleland Heights, a mixed ethnic neighborhood in Wilmington, Delaware that sat on the fringes of the Italian, Irish and Polish neighborhoods. The main characters of Murder Takes Time grew up in Cleland Heights too, and many of the scenes in the book were taken from real-life experiences.

Somehow I survived the transition to adulthood, but when my kids were young

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