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troublemaker Simon Martin isn't at all sure that caring for a sack of flour
for three weeks is the best way to spend his time. His teacher has assigned
each of the students to care for their "flour babies" as if they were real
babies. Simon thinks that the reward for participating in this project
will be a huge flour fight at the end of the time. That's what keeps him
going. What he didn't expect was how much he would learn from his FLOUR
Schools -- Fiction
Babies -- Fiction
Parent and child -- Fiction
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