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What better way to launch your classroom discussion on the reflective behavior of light than with John Schindel’s energetic story about four animal friends who discover “the most amazing thingamajig whatchamacallit thingamabob any of them had ever seen?” Students will be on the edge of their seats trying to guess what the elusive find might be. The reveal on the last page—a mirror—is sure to tickle budding scientists, who will be eager to see how they can manipulate light using their own mirrors. Doug Cushman’s vibrant watercolor and pen-and-ink illustrations add to the fun.
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