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By Ann Hood

ISBN-10: 0698193083

ISBN-13: 9780698193086

Ann Hood’s historic myth sequence involves an exhilarating finish with a visit to early twentieth century Russia!

In the ultimate booklet of the Treasure Chest, Maisie and Felix locate themselves in Russia with the Romanov kinfolk. This epic sequence is filled with time trip and secret that piques readers’ pursuits, delights lecturers and librarians, and celebrates many of the nice ancient figures of the past.

Every Treasure Chest booklet incorporates a biography of the featured ancient determine in addition to Ann’s favourite proof from her learn!

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Like, the class fish died over the weekend. Or, everyone has to start using real punctuation. Or, the pencil sharpener is off-limits. Circles meant trouble. Bean watched Madame Joy walk pointytoed to a chair and sit. No floor for her. ” cried Dulcie. She even clapped her hands. Madame Joy smiled. “As many of you know, we end each session with a lovely recital. ” Ivy coughed. Madame Joy leaned forward eagerly. “Most of our recitals are held here at the school, but this time we have been invited to participate in The World of Dance!

She handed the fish to Ivy. “I did it on purpose,” she said to Vanessa. While Ivy made her fish print, Bean drew an undersea environment for her fish. Kelp. An octopus. A sea anemone. A wrecked ship with ghosts. Science was her favorite subject, for sure. 61 TIGHT TENTACLES Ivy and Bean worked so hard on their fish prints that they forgot about getting sick. It was only on the way home that they remembered. Ivy looked down Bean’s throat. “It’s pink,” she said. “It’s always pink,” said Bean. She felt her forehead.

54 Bean stuck her hand on his face. It was kind of gross. “Breathe on me,” she told him. He puffed a big breath at her. She could feel the germs hitting her skin. Ivy was standing far away in the bushes by now. “I’ll just catch it from you,” she called. Bean rubbed her hands all over her face. “Thanks,” she said to the kid. He sneezed. Bean and Ivy knew about germs. They didn’t make you sick right away. You had to wait at least a couple of hours. That was okay. Ivy and Bean didn’t want to get sick during science.

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