Science Fair Day

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Dutton Children's Books, Jan 24, 2008 - Juvenile Fiction - 40 pages
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Ima Kindanozee likes to know anything and everything going on around her. She always asks plenty of questions. And the perfect day to ask questions is Science Fair Day. But perhaps she doesn¬'t need to flip that switch on Josephina¬'s spaceship project, or touch that bone on Dewey¬'s dinosaur skeleton in order to find her answers. Will Mrs. Shepherd be able to put Ima¬'s snoopiness to good use before the principal arrives to judge the science fair?

This fifth story about the silly students in Mrs. Shepherd¬'s class has the same endearing and funny chemistry as its predecessors.

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User Review  - ccanizales - LibraryThing

Ima Kindanozee is a curious little girl. On the day of the science fair, she is curious to find out about everyone's project. She is always asking so many questions. All she did for her project was ... Read full review

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User Review  - ccampeaux - LibraryThing

This book is about a very nosey little girl. She is trying to look at everyone else's science projects but everyone wants their projects to be a surprise. While looking at everyone's projects ... Read full review


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About the author (2008)

Lynn Plourde lives in Winthrop, Maine.

Thor Wickstrom lives in Hancock, Massachusetts.

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