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The Sloppy Copy Slipup Paperback – August 1, 2008
Collection of Five "Who Was" Biographies
In this box set, discover the life and times of five icons of black history and celebrate the difference they made in the world. Hardcover
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An outstanding book, well written and illustrated and most importantly it may help your child become more confident in their own ability to "tell a story" and commit it to paper. Exceptional...5 stars!!!
Excellent role model and story for children that love not only to read, but to express themselves on paper.
Highly recommended for grades 2-6
The author does a wonderful job of throwing in writing details, such as pointing out similes.
Overall a great read that I am sure many readers will enjoy.
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Brian Higman is the hero of The Sloppy Copy Slip-up by DyAnne DiSavlo and is about to be in big trouble. Brian is in fifth-grade and feels he never has anything to write about. Read morePublished on November 26, 2011 by NebraskaIcebergs
This book arrived looking a little worn, but otherwise it is fine. I hope the young man I tutor in reading wiil enjoy reading this book.Published on August 22, 2009 by Linda L. House
The book is a great example of its main idea, writing. It provides the rules and then illustrates them in a fun and original way, finishing up with an accessible summary. Read morePublished on June 24, 2008 by WMT