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Should we be able to have 2 smaller reading, math, and science books instead of one big book? February 5, 2010

Filed under: Uncategorized — puppies0565 @ 8:47 am

12 Responses to “Should we be able to have 2 smaller reading, math, and science books instead of one big book?”

  1. basketball30 Says:

    no i dont want to have to keep track of two books one is hard enough

  2. waterdrops17 Says:

    yes i think they should make them like s.s books small and two of em

  3. umbreonluver5 Says:

    Yes because the books are really heavy! Like I know that yesterday, I was carrying my Math book to Taylor’s and by the time I got there, my arm was hurting bad! Also, if we had two smaller books, we could just do what we do with the Social Studies books: for one semester we could use one of the books, and when the second semester comes we can switch out the books.

  4. sevaman Says:

    It depends do we get one one semester, and switch out the next semester, if that’s the case then yes, if we get them at the same time then no thanks.

  5. yes becuse my books get rele hevey and some time it hurts my arm

  6. glowy7 Says:

    no because you could get confused on wich one to take home for some really really REALLY important homework NO?

  7. jtbowling Says:

    i think yes because i could be more organized.§jacob§

  8. volleyballchic06 Says:

    I think that yes it should be 2 smaller ones instead of a bigger on. Then we would not have such a heavy load and then we would have more room in our desks.

  9. dolphinlover10 Says:

    If they were skinny books than yes.

  10. megamush Says:

    But we’d have more books, and they would take up more room.

  11. milkman44 Says:

    no because i already have trouble keeping trap of my one math book

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