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    Would you publish a FSR Reader?

    We are working through FSR Book C and I just realized I'd love to have a cute little compilation of all the stories from FSR in a separate binding from our four workbooks. I think it would be a fun way to review the stories over time and encourage self-directed rereading. I'd buy it as a supplement. Just something to add to the very long idea-list!
    Festina lentē,
    Jessica P

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    #2
    Not a bad idea! Thanks for the input. We will discuss it here.


    Blessings,
    Michelle T

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      #3
      I agree

      Originally posted by pickandgrin View Post
      We are working through FSR Book C and I just realized I'd love to have a cute little compilation of all the stories from FSR in a separate binding from our four workbooks. I think it would be a fun way to review the stories over time and encourage self-directed rereading. I'd buy it as a supplement. Just something to add to the very long idea-list!
      I agree. We would be interested in this as well. The twins especially loved the 3 part story, Ben's Red Hen. They could not wait until the next day to find out what happened next. Also if the opposite page was left blank so they could do an illustration that would make a wonderful keepsake. However it may become too big from extra pages. Just a thought.

      A compilation of the stories is a fantastic idea though.
      Dawn
      Son and Daughter (twins) 8, MP Second Grade 2016-2017
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