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Okay for Now

by Schmidt, Gary D

Condition: Like New


Clarion Books, 2011-04-05. Hardcover. Like New. Stated First edition, first printing, full number line. Appears unread, minor shelf and/or handling wear.. Unconditional money back guarantee.

Gary D. Schmidt is the author of Lizzie Bright and the Buckminster Boy , which won both Newbery and Printz Honors, and The Wednesday Wars , winner of a Newbery Honor. Schmidt teaches writing in the English Department of Calvin College in Grand Rapids, Michigan, and in the MFA Writing for Children program at Hamline University, St. Paul, Minnesota.



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