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Karen's in Love by  Ann M Martin - Paperback - Firtd - 1991 - from Lily Bay Books and

Karen's in Love

by Martin, Ann M

Condition: Fair

NY: Scholastic. Fair. 1991. Firtd. Paperback. 0590436457 . Cover hasl tear at bottom 1/4 of spine. Bookplate. Previous owner's name on a stamp on front endpaper. Chipping along edges. Backcover creased. Front cover creased. ; Mass market paperback (US). Glued binding. Average wear for a book that has been read several times. ; Baby-Sitters Little Sister, 15; Mass Market PB; Vol. 15; 0.2 x 7.4 x 5.2 Inches; 105 pages .


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