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Book: Awkward Moments (Not Found in Your Average) Children's Bible - Vol. I : Ill... #1 Amazon Bestseller - First Day Online What began as a private online joke among interfaith friends quickly skyrocketed to meet the demands of the thousands of fans and critics of the controversial work. Within hours, the book became the #1...
Book: Spunky's Diary by Janette Oke (1998, Paperback) 
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Book: New Kid in Town by Janette Oke (1998, Paperback) 
Book: Original Shirley Temple Paper Dolls by Boston Childrens' Museum Staff (1988... Reprint of first Shirley Temple paper doll book includes 4 figures and 30 outfits: party dress, sailor outfit, striped overalls, more.
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Book: Half Magic by Edward Eager (1954, Hardcover) Faced with a dull summer in the city, Jane, Mark, Katharine, and Martha suddenly find themselves involved in a series of extraordinary adventures after Jane discovers an ordinary-looking coin that seems to grant wishes.
Book: A Cote of Many Colors by Janette Oke (1998, Paperback) This charming tale tells the story of how two young brothers help out when their landlord falls ill without finding someone to care for his carrier pigeons. Ages 7-10.
Book: You Can Write Childrens Books by Tracey Dils (2004, Paperback, Workbook) From the author of the best-selling You Can Write Children's Books, this new workbook provides you with hands-on instruction for finishing your manuscript, preparing it for publication, and getting it published. Take your writing aspirations to the...
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Book: The Childrens' Book of Saints Maroon by Sheilah Beckett and Louis M. Savary... 
Just Fishing With Grandma (2003, Paperback)
Book: Mazes! by Quarto Childrens Staff (1998, Hardcover) 
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