4 edition of Girls" studies found in the catalog.
Includes bibliographical references and index.
|Series||Seal studies -- 6|
|LC Classifications||HQ798 .L55 2009|
|The Physical Object|
|LC Control Number||2009027283|
John Bulls land (through a telescope) from a Canadian point of view
Vengeance is mine
Helen Rocks Irish Gardening
Women in Portugal
Escape from Alcatraz
theme is freedom.
The brand tree
Favorite brand name slow cooker recipes
Flood frequency of Mississippi streams
Speeches and writings
City of the big shoulders
two ways in Hermas and Xenophon.
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Bible studies for teenagers. A young boy finds his purpose and begins to realize the value of standing for good—and against evil—in the first book of the Harry Potter series.
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Anderson: The book’s appendix poses a range of intriguing questions to help parents, community members, and educators work together to uplift and improve black girls’ lives.
Are you hopeful Author: Melinda D. Anderson.