¿Quién hace las reglas? (Who Makes the Rules?) (Spanish Version)
Guided Rd. Level M
Give early readers a look into who determines the rules for various places--from the classroom to the entire country! With vivid images in conjunction with easy-to-read Spanish text, readers are encouraged to recognize and follow rules that impact their lives.
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