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How to Talk So Kids Can Learn by  Adele  Elaine; Faber - Hardcover - 1995-08-01 - from North Coast Trading Post and Biblio.com

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How to Talk So Kids Can Learn

by Mazlish, Elaine; Faber, Adele

Condition: Good


Scribner, 1995-08-01. Hardcover. Good. Collectable Good Condition. Crisp pages. Tight binding. Great reading copy. Slight shelf wear on cover. Some rubbing wear to cover edges. - All products inspected inside and out and shipped by USPS with a tracking number! I highly suggest that you choose expedited shipping. For a small fee you get priority shipping, insurance and a padded envelope for the best protection.


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