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January 08, 2007


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Great find really! I love the graphics and style. Plus it's definitely fun and sticks to the essential : "keep it simple".
Thanks for sharing. : )


Luc — Yes, the fonts are superb. One review I read said that it teaches the basics of grammar and good design.

What a great combo to teach kids!


Learn and have fun doing it : perfect pedagogy!
Didactics, empathy...
I love that.

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