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More Back of the Box Gourmet
More Back of the Box Gourmet
by Michael McLaughlin
Edition: Hardcover
63 used & new from $0.01

2.0 out of 5 stars Two Stars, September 3, 2014
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Not as good a collection as the first book.


Leveret "Christmas" 2 Piece Pajama Set 100% Cotton Variety of Styles (6M-5T) (4 Toddler, Snowman)
Leveret "Christmas" 2 Piece Pajama Set 100% Cotton Variety of Styles (6M-5T) (4 Toddler, Snowman)
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5.0 out of 5 stars Perfect Night Before Christmas jammies., December 25, 2012
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The 2 piece snowman pajamas are adorable. 4 T was a perfect fit for my four-year old and they must have looked good because Santa brought her exactly what she asked for!


Ralph Lauren Womens 0RL7002 900413 Aviator Sunglasses,Gold Frame/Brown Gradient Lens,one size
Ralph Lauren Womens 0RL7002 900413 Aviator Sunglasses,Gold Frame/Brown Gradient Lens,one size

1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
3.0 out of 5 stars Nice but not for me, October 14, 2012
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These were oversized and too big for my face. I returned them. The Coach Aviator glassses are better proportioned for a smaller face. But I must say, the return process was easy, the refund credit was received about two weeks after the return was mailed. A good experience.


500 Things to Do With Your Children Before They Grow Up
500 Things to Do With Your Children Before They Grow Up
by Linda Williams Aber
Edition: Perfect Paperback
Price: $12.46
61 used & new from $4.01

28 of 30 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Quality Time, quality ideas, quality relationship-builders, May 18, 2010
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There are plenty of books that have things to do, but this one covers a vast amount of good-clean-fun things, horizon-broadening ideas, things to do every day and things to do on special days. The common sense ideas (teach your children how to set a table, how to write a perfect thank you note, how to make friends and be a good friends) are foundation-builders that might otherwise be forgotten these days. The family trips and things to do with the whole family at home are clever, fun (if you happen to be parents who are good sports and don't mind being a little silly at times); and the lists of places to go and how to make those places kid-friendly and fun once you get there--these are great for people like me who are busy, work full time, and want to make every experience memorable.
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Barbie, a Place Called Home
Barbie, a Place Called Home
by Linda Aber
Edition: Hardcover
96 used & new from $0.01

5.0 out of 5 stars Barbie: A Place Called Home, July 29, 2004
Actually, I wrote this book and I have no idea why the editors, Julie Temple Stan and Agnes Priscsak felt entitled to put their names on the book as authors! First time I've seen the finished book and I'm shocked at the strange practice of an editor taking credit for an author's work. Fortunately, I've written over 160 books with ONLY my name on them and so I wonder where "author" Julie Temple Stan's list of books might be?


Who's Got Spots (Math Matter AE Series) (Math Matters)
Who's Got Spots (Math Matter AE Series) (Math Matters)
by Linda Williams Aber
Edition: Paperback
Price: $5.95
37 used & new from $0.01

1 of 6 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Spots is Tops!, August 13, 2000
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I admit it, I wrote this book and I love it. The concept of slipping math skills quietly into the story is a great one for kids who, like myself, may find math as appealing as a plate full of lima beans. Math Matters takes the ickiness out of math, and Who's Got Spots? is a cute and humorous story that gets to the heart of a real kid's fear of not being able to be a star of a show if chicken pox catch too many of the performers. Cute!


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