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Edward the explorer —Reid, James (Children's author), author.

In this book, children will get to practice the days of the week while Edward the Explorer describes his amazing adventures. Readers will follow these vivid, engaging illustrations as Edward dives, swims, climbs, and fli...

Nobody —Brewster, Patience.

Although Sarah frequently claims "Nobody did it," no one is more surprised than she when Nobody is finally revealed to be somebody.

Celebrate! —Muir, Suzanne.

"How do you celebrate?" (publisher).

Mrs. Sato's hens —Min, Laura.

Each day Mrs. Sato's hens lay more eggs. There is a surprise at the end of the week. Teaches counting and the days of the week.

Monday run-day. —Sharratt, Nick.

Simple rhyming text follows a dog through the days of the week.

Blue day : asul na araw —Escalante, Pipa.

A book on color and the days of the week. Each day of the week is assigned a particular color and readers are encouraged to think of objects associated with each color.

Today is Monday —Carle, Eric.

A repetition song of the days of the week and food to eat.

Monday to Sunday = Somavāra se ravivāra —Sowmya Rajendran, 1986-

On Monday Mani is a monkey, on Tuesday he's a crocodile, on Wednesday...

Monday to Sunday —Sowmya Rajendran, 1986-

"On each day of the week Mani like to become a different animal. On Monday he is a monkey, on Tuesday a crocodile, on wednesday--"--Page 4 of cover.

Un dia se ha perdido —Boada, Maria de los Angeles.

The days of the week have always worked together as a team. But suddenly, Monday doesn't want to play anymore. Discover along with him why every day of the week is special.

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