6 edition of No fair peeking found in the catalog.
No fair peeking
|Statement||by Sara Parke ; illustrated by Vaccaro Associates.|
|Series||Minnie "n me, Minnie "n me (New York, N.Y.)|
|LC Classifications||PZ7.P22155 No 1991|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||32 p. :|
|Number of Pages||32|
|LC Control Number||90085436|
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It could ruin this fantastic book for you. I love playing the guessing game and hope you will also. Read more. 19 people found this helpful/5(K). Seal the box with the lid and put the box in an indoor shady location, away from heating and cooling vents, where it will not be disturbed.
Note the date that you started the process in your lab notebook. Do not disturb it for one week - no peeking! After one week, check on your hot dog. Aug 06, · We’d play hide-n-seek with “The no peeking game”.
Even school was a playground for it, the teachers thought we were so attentive.
As a child, the noises I heard off to the side during the game didn’t bother me much. I just knew if I was hearing them, I was playing. Looking back I should have- no I was just a child and didn’t know any /10(14).
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