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Read and understand science.
|Other titles||Read and understand, science, grades 3-4|
|Statement||[authors, Martha Cheney, Joanne Mattern, Susan Guthrie ; editors, Marilyn Evans, Sarah Martin ; illustrators, Don Robison, Jo Larsen].|
|Contributions||Mattern, Joanne, 1963-, Guthrie, Susan., Evans, Marilyn., Martin, Sarah., Robison, Don., Larsen, Jo.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||144 p. :|
|Number of Pages||144|
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Subject-Focused. Get this from a library! Read and understand science. Grades [Martha Cheney; Joanne Mattern; Susan Guthrie; Marilyn Evans; Sarah Martin; Don Robison; Jo Larsen] -- [1.]: A good night's sleep / Martha Cheney -- Life science: role of sleep in staying healthy -- [2.]: My senses / Susan Guthrie -- Life science: the five senses -- [3.]: Music to your ears / Joanne.
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