The Resource Did you take the B from my _ook?
- Did you take the B from my _ook?
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- Beck and Matt Stanton
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- Did you take the B from my book?
- "When the letter B goes missing from the story, the reader must find a way to bring it back into the book for good"--
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- Books that drive kids crazy!
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