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"Initially I found the writing style a little off-putting, but pushing through I've found an interesting story!
Hayley, aka Hayseed, is a little pathetic; street urchin, thief, so thin a stiff breeze could knock her down, and yet she has been chosen to be a Knight's squire. She has a long way to go before she is up to scratch, but the journey so far has been rather engaging!"
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Today We Did is on page 223 of 566 of Squire Hayseed: Initially I found the writing style a little off-putting, but pushing through I've found an interesting story!
Hayley, aka Hayseed, is a little pathetic; street urchin, thief, so thin a stiff breeze could knock her down, and yet she has been chosen to be a Knight's squire. She has a long way to go before she is up to scratch, but the journey so far has been rather engaging!
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Auntie Lily has conjured up some very silly rhymes for the children before bedtime.

I believe that rhymes and rhythm are important for early literacy. Not only are they pleasant to listen to, they are also important for early speech develo
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My Dino Ate My homework! by Ingrid Sawubona
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Instead of helping the boy with his homework, the dinosaur eats it all up as a tasty afternoon snack. The dinosaur absorbs all the information, making him very smart, and he passes this new knowledge onto the boy.

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Instead of helping the boy with his homework, the dinosaur eats it all up as a tasty afternoon snack. The dinosaur absorbs all the information, making him very smart, and he passes this new knowledge onto the boy.

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Princess Bella is beautiful and kind, but she does not laugh. Eventually the people in her kingdom begin to refer to her as the Ice Princess because no one has ever heard her laugh. One evening after a particularly bad day, Princess Bella
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