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"Where Do I Live?" is an educational children's geography book written by Neil Chesanow and illustrated by Ann Iosa. It aims to give children a first look at geography, starting in their bedrooms and gradually expanding ... More »

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AuctionZip live auctions are able to process live bids for both online and on-site bidders as the event is simulcast as it occurs online. AuctionZip's live auction simulcast makes it possible for any online bidder to acc... More »

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Narwhal whales live in the arctic regions of Russia, Greenland, Norway and Canada, along with two other whale species, the bowhead and beluga. Most narwhals winter under sea ice for up to five months. More »

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To make reading fun for children, read every day, designate a reading space, let the child choose the book and change the reading voice to suit different characters. Research shows that reading to children improves their... More »

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"101 Elephant Jokes" by Robert Blake is a children's book that features 101 silly jokes about elephants. It was originally published by Scholastic Paperbacks in June of 1964. More »

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"When My Name Was Keoko" is a book by Linda Sue Park that was published in 2002 by Clarion Books. It is a young adult novel that depicts the struggles of a Korean family living under the rule of Japan from 1940 to 1945. More »

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The Whos, including Cindy-Lou, live in Whoville, according to the children's book "How The Grinch Stole Christmas" by Dr. Seuss. The Grinch and his dog, Max, live on nearby Mount Crumpit. More »

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