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To help us write imaginatively about the oak tree using similes and personification, we used our senses to explore it and then recorded our ideas.

To help us write imaginatively about the oak tree using similes and personification, we used our senses to explore it and then recorded our ideas. 1
To help us write imaginatively about the oak tree using similes and personification, we used our senses to explore it and then recorded our ideas. 2
To help us write imaginatively about the oak tree using similes and personification, we used our senses to explore it and then recorded our ideas. 3
To help us write imaginatively about the oak tree using similes and personification, we used our senses to explore it and then recorded our ideas. 4

Our special class author to celebrate World Book Day is David Williams.

Our special class author to celebrate World Book Day is David Williams.  1
Our special class author to celebrate World Book Day is David Williams.  2
Our special class author to celebrate World Book Day is David Williams.  3
Our special class author to celebrate World Book Day is David Williams.  4
Our special class author to celebrate World Book Day is David Williams.  5
Our special class author to celebrate World Book Day is David Williams.  6
Our special class author to celebrate World Book Day is David Williams.  7
Our special class author to celebrate World Book Day is David Williams.  8

Here we all are in our book character costumes.

Here we all are in our book character costumes. 1
Here we all are in our book character costumes. 2
Here we all are in our book character costumes. 3
Here we all are in our book character costumes. 4
Here we all are in our book character costumes. 5
Here we all are in our book character costumes. 6
Here we all are in our book character costumes. 7
Here we all are in our book character costumes. 8
Here we all are in our book character costumes. 9
Here we all are in our book character costumes. 10
Here we all are in our book character costumes. 11

One of the Gangsta Grannies was very naughty and, true to form, stole lots of the other characters' things.

One of the Gangsta Grannies was very naughty and, true to form, stole lots of the other characters' things. 1

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