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  • What A Wonderful World 3:24 Thank you, Scholastic! What A Wonderful World!

    Thank you, Scholastic Publishing for allowing teachers to read books aloud to students and for granting this permission during the this time of dealing with the covid virus. I appreciate your allowing me to read this beautiful, short book to my students. It uses the words to the song made famous by Louis "Satchmo" Armstrong. Louis Armstrong had over five decades of success as a famous jazz performer, singer and trumpet player. I turned pages to his singing. I find his deep, gravelly voice, and the content of this song, delightful. I hope you do too!
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    Uploaded Mar 25, 2020by Beth Sauter
  • Giggle, Giggle, Quack! 5:20 Thank you, Scholastic! Here is: Giggle, Giggle, Quack!

    Thank you, Scholastic Publishing for allowing teachers like me to read aloud online to our students using your books. I so appreciate it! Class, please join me as I read the sequel to Click, Clack, Moo! Cows That Type!
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    Uploaded Mar 25, 2020by Beth Sauter
  • Click, Clack, Moo! Cows That Type! 6:07 Thank you, Scholastic Publishing! Here is: Click, Clack, Moo! Cows That Type!

    Many thanks to Scholastic Publishing for granting permission for me to read aloud to my students while we cannot be together due to the corona virus closings. Dear students, listen as I read one of my very favorite barnyard books, Click, Clack Moo! Cows That Type! It's such a fun little story. I hope you enjoy listening to it as much as I enjoy reading it to you!
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    Uploaded Mar 23, 2020by Beth Sauter
  • King Bidgood's in the Bathtub! 5:08 Thank you, Scholastic Publishing! Here is: King Bidgood's in the Bathtub!

    Thank you, Scholastic Publishing, for allowing me to read aloud one of my very favorite books, King Bidgood's in the Bathtub! Students and families of mine, I hope you like it!
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    Uploaded Mar 22, 2020by Beth Sauter

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