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Children's Literature from A - Z Poster
A great alphabet classroom poster featuring characters of well-loved books such as Paddington bear and Amelia Bedelia.
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- Hang this poster in your classroom reading area or library. Be sure to have a copy of each book and read one book a day for the first 26 days of school
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