" `Mr. Brown Can Moo, Can You?' by Dr. Seuss is a book...


April 25, 2001

" `Mr. Brown Can Moo, Can You?' by Dr. Seuss is a book about sounds. Mr. Brown is the main character."

Holland Turner

Carter G. Woodson Elementary

"If I were to grade the book `Yesterday's Horses' by Jean Slaughter Doty on a scale from one to 10, I would give it an 11. The main character is a girl named Katy, whose mom is a veterinarian. She has a horse named Rusty. The main problem starts when Katy finds a prehistoric foal - Zipper - in the mountains. Zipper is supposed to be extinct. Then a disease begins killing all the horses in Katy's area, and there seems to be no way to stop it. It is a good mystery."

Rachelle Martino

Fulton Elementary

"I really like the book called `Something Big Has Been Here' by Jack Prelutsky. It is a book of funny poems. My favorite poem is called `As Soon As Fred Gets Out of Bed.' It is about a boy named Fred. As soon as he gets out of bed puts his underwear on his head, and when he goes to bed, he puts them on his toes. I laughed a lot when I read this poem."

Matthew Skinner

Garnett Elementary

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