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The Children's Story by  James CLAVELL - 1994 - from Between the Covers- Rare Books, Inc. ABAA and

The Children's Story

by CLAVELL, James

Condition: Fine

(New York): Dramatists Play Service, 1994. Fine. Acting edition. Stapled wrappers. Very slight creasing else fine. Stage adaptation by George Selden.

James Clavell, who died in 1994, was a screenwriter, director, producer, and novelist born in Sydney, New South Wales, Australia. Although he wrote the screenplays for a number of acclaimed films, including The Fly (1958), The Great Escape (1963), and To Sir With Love (1967), he is best known for his epic novels in his Asian Saga.


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On Jun 8 2007, BeverleyBills said:
  "As a James Clavell fan,I have read most of his books.

This one is entirely different.

It is tiny. Under 100 pages

It addresses the rote learning experience in our schools and how easily young minds can be taken over.

I believe every single American citizen and those wanting to be citizens should read this. We truly do not ubderstand and do not APPRECIATE what freedom is.....until it disappears!"


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