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On Sunday, January 2, 2005, at 02:40 PM, D. J Hendrickson wrote:

> It's actually Escaping the Giant Wave.
> I had never heard of this one so thanks for mentioning it.
> The book that I had put out to use in January (before tsunami
> happened) is a folktale that I have used in a unit for several years.
> It is called The Burning Rice Fields (Sara Cone Bryant) and is
> probably out of print. The setting is Japan.
> Deb Hendrickson
> Deborah J. Hendrickson
> Media Specialist/Technology Leader
> Westernport Elementary School
> 172 Church Street
> Westernport, MD 21562
> (work e-mail)
> On Sunday, January 2, 2005, at 01:22 PM, Nancy Hogsett wrote:
>> This 2003 book features a 13 year old hero who along with his sister,
>> escape
>> a tsunami, while on vacation in Oregon. One reason they escape is
>> because
>> they read all the signage on the beach. The author includes
>> information on
>> tsumanis at the end of the book. Students may want to read this one. I
>> enjoyed the book, although my heart aches for those suffering around
>> the
>> world due to the recent disaster.
>> Nancy Hogsett/Atherton Elementary
>> Librarian
>> Arlington, TX
They didn't want it good, they wanted it Wednesday.
Robert A. Heinlein

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