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"FLIP-FLOP GIRL" BY KATHERINE PATERSON
Learners explore websites about the book "Flip-Flop Girl" and author Katherine Paterson. There is also information about some of the major themes in the book such as the death of a parent, living with grandparents, and emotions.
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