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Sonya Lessner

Published On: Mar 06 2012 11:30:48 AM CST   Updated On: Feb 12 2013 03:12:57 PM CST

Phone number: 608-204-1423

Email: seddy@madison.k12.wi.us

Items needed:

Lego Building Blocks (new or used)
Thomas The Tank Engine sets or trains (either new OR used!)
Junie B. Jones Books (new or used)
Fisher Price Little People and Play sets (either new or used)
5 Handwriting Tablets
(25) Sterilite* 13 3/4" X 10 3/4" X 5" baskets (Walmart)
Stickers
Drive Time Spanish $21.95 @ Barnes and Noble (to help me the growing number of latino students I am servicing.)
Immersion Plus Penton's Dynamic Audio Immersion Experience (Spanish) $19.95 at Barnes and Noble
Barrons Spanish/English Dictionary $16.99 at Barnes and Noble.

Items Received:

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