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Word of the Day: MUD

on December 17, 2013

Mud by Mary Lyn RayMud

As winter melts into spring, the frozen earth turns into magnificent mud.

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Mudshark by Gary PaulsenMudshark

Principal Wagner confidently deals with a faculty washroom crisis, a psychic parrot, and a terrorizing gerbil, but when sixty-five erasers go missing, he enlists the help of the school’s best problem solver and locator of lost items, twelve-year-old Lyle Williams, aka Mudshark.

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Miracle Mud: Lena Blackburne and the secret mud that changed baseball by David KellyMiracle mud : Lena Blackburne and the secret mud that changed baseball

Traces the invention of Lena Blackburne Baseball Rubbing Mud by longtime baseball fan, player and coach Russell Aubrey “Lena” Blackburne, describing how his distaste for the methods used by players to break in baseballs prompted his creation and how, for more than 75 years, teams have been using the Hall of Fame-noted product to prepare baseballs before every game.

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Mud is Cake by Pam Munoz RyanMud is cake

A brother and sister find that when they use their imagination mud can become cake and they themselves can become almost anything.


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