The Publishers Weekly, Volumen181

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F. Leypoldt, 1962

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LETTERS TO A FRIEND 19501952 v 1 book appeared in Scientific American a small
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A large collection of the late Dame Rose Macau
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SAMSONS BREAKFAST appeal to bright children who are confirmed
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ton Johnson of Boston at a time when she
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A very simple story for preschoolers about FEBRUARY 1
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FEBRUARY 6
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STANTON By Mary Elisabeth Edes
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A voluminous painstakingly compiled and prob MISS FLORA McFLIMSEYS
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YEARS
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THE FLORENTINE RING
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Jackson Stanley Doubleday 4 50
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up of very dramatic vignettes of human nature live through the blast will be those who have
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Funny show
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spiritual influences on Jesus at that time the vivial drinking The four volumes of his memoirs
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DOUBLEDAY
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SELLER The candid
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AN AUTOBIOGRAPHY
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Elise Sanguinetti McGraw 4 95
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stays home in Georgia with her parents and from the water not the roads The writing
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EASY SCIENCE EXPERIMENTS FEBRUARY 5
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JANUARY 5
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FEBRUARY 9
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THE YEARS 19041911
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Leonard Woolf Harcourt 5 95
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people
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MEMOIRS
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THE KING
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Charles Samuels Coward 4 95
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A creditable not too hasty biography of Clark
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years about whom biographer Samuels cites
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THE MYSTERY OF THE LOST MOON of Fatima and of Saint Bernadette Miss Fords
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Commander George P Steele USN Dutton 4 95 which seems surprisingly short for a book cover
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Space buffs in the middleage group will enjoy
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