By Dana M. Rau
Most sensible neighbors reflect on over and partake in summer's likely never-ending percentages. There's enjoyable available on the sunny shore, fireworks to monitor, and entertainment parks to go to. This Step 1 tale has substantial variety and simple phrases, rhyme and rhythm, photo clues and comprises sheets of stickers!
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But after tasting the cheese and seeing how incredibly delicious it tasted, I changed my opinion about how Limburger cheese smelled. Although I still don’t think it smells wonderful, I no longer ﬁnd its smell nauseating, perhaps because I anticipate the pleasure I will feel when I taste it. And if you’re not a fan of smelly cheeses, then what about foods whose sliminess bothered you before you came to love eating them in sushi? And while almost any child I know thinks that beer tasted awful the ﬁrst time she tried it, that perception doesn’t last long.
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Flip Flop! by Dana M. Rau