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Robert Owens
Marie D. Durand Elementary School
Vineland, New Jersey

Robert presents P.E. M.D.A.S., a helpful word to remember in Math class.
He also contributes to the project Something Froggy, the story of Frederick Frog's life cycle.

Robert Owens
Hazel Jobe Hazel Jobe
Marshall Elementary School
Lewisburg, Tennessee

Hazel presents Something Froggy in cooperation with Robert Owens and Karen Walkowiak. This story about the life cycle of Frederick Frog promises to delight students! Two versions of the story have been published; the intended audience is Primary (K-3) and Junior (Gr. 4-8) level students.

Karen Walkowiak
Holy Redeemer Catholic School
Kanata, Ontario, Canada

Karen presents Something Froggy in cooperation with Robert Owens and Hazel Jobe. This story about the life cycle of Frederick Frog promises to delight students! Two versions of the story have been published; the intended audience is Primary (K-3) and Junior (Gr. 4-8) level students.

Karen Walkowiak


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