The Teeny Tiny Teacher: A Teeny Tiny Ghost Story
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The Teeny Tiny Teacher: A Teeny Tiny Ghost Story

Stephanie Calmenson

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    The original title of the book: The Teeny Tiny Teacher: A Teeny Tiny Ghost Story
    By: Stephanie Calmenson
    Page 32
    Genre: Children's Books
    Language: Unknown
    Publisher: Scholastic
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    In this vibrantly illustrated picture book, an imaginative teacher-- who, like her students, happens to be "teeny tiny"-- takes her class on a teeny tiny walk one day and discovers a teeny tiny bone in the park. Later, back in their teeny tiny classroom, teacher and students are all surprised when they hear a ghostly voice asking for its bone back! Fears subside when the teeny-tiny classroom realizes they've only upset a teeny-tiny dog.The clever repetition and energetic, easy-to-follow text makes this a perfect book for read-aloud time, both at home..and in a classroom of any size!  


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