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Field Guide To The American Teenager:
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Waiting Patiently

Written and Illustrated

by Karen Brough

Pola's Flower

by Diana Nadeau

illustrated by Lobsang Gyatso

It's Time to Tell a Story

 

by Anne Dupré

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Little Big Bear

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Dearsie

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Written and Illustrated by Richard Sauer

 

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It's Time to Tell a Story

by Anne Dupré

 

Eco-Justice: Essays on Theory and Practice in 2016

 

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