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Product NameSideways Stories From Wayside School
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Long DescriptionRead by Lionel Wilson Two cassettes / two hours 48 mins. You can imagine the confusion at Wayside School when the builder made a terrible mistake.  You see, instead of building 30 classrooms side-by-side, he built them one on top of another. Maybe that accounts for the wacky goings-on in Mrs. Jewls' class.  Where else will you find children being turned into apples, dead rats wearing raincoats, and little girls who try to sell their toes?  If you're confused too, maybe Todd can explain it to you, but just remember, he leaves at noon.
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