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Nonfiction Books Text Features Anchor Charts

Nonfiction Books Text Features Anchor Charts
Nonfiction Books Text Features Anchor Charts
Nonfiction Books Text Features Anchor Charts
Nonfiction Books Text Features Anchor Charts
Nonfiction Books Text Features Anchor Charts
Nonfiction Books Text Features Anchor Charts
Nonfiction Books Text Features Anchor Charts
Nonfiction Books Text Features Anchor Charts
Product Description
This chart is near and dear to me. My father, Herman R. Friis,(pronounced "frees") is the one pictured. This picture is the first time he went to Antarctica and I was in elementary school. I told him to bring me back a penguin, but... The last time my father went to Antarctica, it was in the early 1970's at the invitation of the Japanese. We received a telegram from the State Department stating they were stuck in pack ice on the way back and had broken a propeller trying to free themselves. They had to wait until the ice shifted before they became free.
You can also print out the pictures, and use them for a bulletin board.
Total Pages
14 pages
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N/A
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