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Subject: Sonlight K
Date Posted: 1/10/2010 9:19 PM ET
Member Since: 9/30/2009
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Does anyone have multiple titles from the Sonlight K curriculum? I am looking for deals on some of those ttles, as i am planning to use this with my DD next year.

Five True Dog Stories by Davidson

A Grain of Rice by Pittman

The Light at Tern Rock by Sauer

The Llama Who Had No Pajama by Hoberman

The Real Mother Goose

Richard Scarry's Please and Thank You Book by Scarry

The Story About Ping by Flack, Wiese

The Story of Dr. Doolittle by Lofting

Twenty and Ten by Bishop

Copyboppy by Peet

Little Bear by Minarik

 

 

Thanks!

Andrea



Last Edited on: 1/27/10 12:33 PM ET - Total times edited: 3
Subject: I have a few
Date Posted: 1/11/2010 11:36 AM ET
Member Since: 12/28/2005
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The Best Trick by Lewis

My Father's Dragon by Gannet

The Apple and the Arrow by Buff

The Box car Children book 1 by Warner

Family Under the Bridge by Carlson

The Hundred Dresses by Estes

 

I will give you all  for 4 credits

 

Gretchen

 

Subject: found 2 more
Date Posted: 1/11/2010 1:48 PM ET
Member Since: 12/28/2005
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I just found these 2 on my shelf and may have more.

 

The House at Pooh Corner by Milne
In Grandma's Attic by Richardson

 

I will give you these two for 1 credit.

Date Posted: 1/20/2010 2:51 PM ET
Member Since: 7/22/2008
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I do not have any of those books on my PBS bookshelf.  We are finishing up with our last kindergarten student and these books have been keepers for us.  We are on our 3rd copy of A Grain of Rice.  It has been loaned out to friends and not always returned.  The James Harriott book is a favorite for both the stories and the pictures.  The older kids are usually willing to re-read those stories to the younger kids.  Good luck on your learning adventure.