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Where Does My Shadow Sleep? - A Parent's Guide to Exploring Science with Children's Books - cover

Where Does My Shadow Sleep? - A Parent's Guide to Exploring Science with Children's Books

Sally Anderson

Publisher: Gryphon House Inc.

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Take the time to watch, wonder, ask questions, talk about, and explore the world of science with your child! The activities in Where Does My Shadow Sleep? link great children's books—which you are probably already reading with your child—with easy, fun-filled activities you can use to investigate things like clouds, bugs, bridges, and even mud.

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