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John, Paul, George and Ben

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 13, 2011

    Hilarious! Great for all ages!

    I'm a substitute teacher and I happened to come across this book at a scholastic book fair last Fall. I carry it with me when I go to different classes and read it to the kids. I have yet to find a class that doesn't love it. I have trouble reading it without cracking up every time. It's great for all grades, I reccommend sharing it with 2nd grade and up. You won't regret this purchase. I plan to see what else this author has out there.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted June 3, 2008

    a great,funny,historical book

    John, Paul, George, and Ben by Lane Smith is a very funny book because there are children who have a lot of character and one of them is name Paul and he works at at the cleaners and he yells so loud that everyone in the store ears break and this book is one of my favorite funny books because I am really Intrested to what their to what they do to get attention. This book talks about what the presidents did when they were little, president George was honest about cutting down the cherry tree, Ben he would give people his own advice that he comes up with. Thinking that its okay. Everyone knows its annoying when somebody keeps bothering you and keeps chating and and chating about stuff all the time. Thomas was always trying to be the best student. All of these charecters have become our presidents today!

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    Posted October 31, 2008

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