A Year at a Construction Site (Time Goes By) by Nicholas Harris

By Nicholas Harris

Describes how a college is outfitted over 12 months and offers a bird's eye view of the complete strategy in 8 scenes.

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Did you know? Salt is the only rock we eat. 30 Sugar comes from the juice of sugarcanes and also from sugar beets. Did you know? The average teenager eats 110 pounds of sugar a year, which is 13 tablespoons a day! Where does your favorite food come from?

Maple syrup is made by boiling Did you know? It takes 40 gallons of sap to make 1 gallon of maple syrup. the sap that comes from the maple tree. 29 Salt comes from seawater. Did you know? Salt is the only rock we eat. 30 Sugar comes from the juice of sugarcanes and also from sugar beets. Did you know? The average teenager eats 110 pounds of sugar a year, which is 13 tablespoons a day! Where does your favorite food come from?

It takes 40 gallons of sap to make 1 gallon of maple syrup. the sap that comes from the maple tree. 29 Salt comes from seawater. Did you know? Salt is the only rock we eat. 30 Sugar comes from the juice of sugarcanes and also from sugar beets. Did you know? The average teenager eats 110 pounds of sugar a year, which is 13 tablespoons a day! Where does your favorite food come from?

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