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Educational Psychology: Windows on ClaEducational Psychology: Windows on Classrooms (10TH Global Edition) Without Any Access Card

by Eggen, Paul; Kauchak, Don

Condition: New


This is an International Edition.
Brand New, Soft Cover, Paper Back and written in English.
Different ISBN and Cover Image with US Edition.
Contents and Chapters Mostly same as US Edition.
High Quality Printed on Glossy Paper which is same Paper Quality as Original US Edition Printing.
Occasionally, international textbooks will different exercises at the end of chapters.
Some book may show some sales disclaimer word such as "Not for Sale or Restricted in US" on the cover page but it is absolutely legal to use in USA or Canada.
We do not sell low-cost Indian version book.
3-5 Working days by DHL or Fedex With Tracking number.



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