See How It Grows

by Kimberlee Graves

Publisher: Creative Teaching Press

Written in English
Published: Pages: 8 Downloads: 273
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SeriesCtp Science Series
The Physical Object
Number of Pages8
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL8336698M
ISBN 100916119726
ISBN 109780916119720

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I could see that all the dogs were fighting one. About twenty-five feet from me they caught him and down he went. I felt sorry for the unfortunate one. I knew if something wasn’t done quickly the sanitation department would have to pick up a dead dog.

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