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Molly and the Earthquake

Molly’s mother drops her off at preschool for the day. While at school, there is an earthquake. Molly and her friends listen to the teacher as she tells the children to do what they have practiced in the event of an earthquake. After the quake, the teacher reassures the students and keeps them busy while they wait for parents to pick up them up. The book is illustrated with colored pencils in childlike drawings. The story, told in limited omniscient point of view, is written in a gentle narrative to teach children what to do in the event of an earthquake.

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