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Not just Dust Steve Russell
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Size: 6" x 9"
Binding: Perfect Bound
Poems on life and love
Oliver Twist Charles Dickens
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Size: 8" x 10"
Binding: Perfect Bound
This edition of Oliver Twist by Charles Dickens is given by Ashed Phoenix - Million Book Edition
Patient Care Rounds Kelly Skowronski
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Size: 8.5" x 11"
Binding: Spiral Bound
Planner 2019 Kaitlyn Hill
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Size: 5" x 8"
Binding: Spiral Bound
2019 planner with weekly calendar, bill tracker, password keeper, and a notes section
Pole Dance Journal Sarah Szkudlarek
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$22.00
Size: 8.5" x 11"
Binding: Spiral Bound
ISBN: 9781682733660
Urban Pole Couture's pole dance journal was designed to help you keep track of what you learn and become a useful reference tool for cataloging your moves and help you create combos and routines. Each section is a progression into the next, starting with Class Notes, then Pole Move Breakdown, Pole Move Combos, Routine Worksheet, and finally Favorite Songs for Pole Dance.
The Free and the Brave - Flowers and Butterflies Jonny Jakobsen Hell
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Size: 6" x 9"
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ISBN: 9788283101843
Jonny Jakobsen Hell had a saying since his youth: ‘I was born an American. That it happened in Norway was only a technical fault.’ Just after his eighteenth birthday he walked down the gangway of 'Oslofjord' to Pier 42 in New York City. His dream of becoming an American citizen was about to come true. As he walked down that gangway he was greeted by his father, mother and sister. And his father’s first words to him in his new homeland would forever ring in his ears: ‘Welcome to America, Jonny. It’s good to have you home.’
The Free and the Brave - Under the Rainbow Jonny Jakobsen Hell
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Size: 6" x 9"
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ISBN: 9788283101829
Jonny Jakobsen Hell had a saying since his youth: ‘I was born an American. That it happened in Norway was only a technical fault.’ Just after his eighteenth birthday he walked down the gangway of 'Oslofjord' to Pier 42 in New York City. His dream of becoming an American citizen was about to come true. As he walked down that gangway he was greeted by his father, mother and sister. And his father’s first words to him in his new homeland would forever ring in his ears: ‘Welcome to America, Jonny. It’s good to have you home.’
The Hinger/Gallisath Family Tree Marlene Hinger Weslager
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Size: 8.5" x 11"
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This family tree details the history of the Hinger & Gallisath families.
The Unabridged History of Columbus Wisconsin Volume II Ben Swetmore
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In the second installment of this short series of books, our author explores the fascinating history of a little town in Wisconsin called Columbus. This book will teach you the history of many historical buildings within the town, events that shaped the towns history, vintage postcards, merchandise, rare photos, and so much more information that can be learned from this historic One-Hundred & Eighty Year Old Town. Celebrate Columbus' 180th Anniversary with us by purchasing our part-time series that will delve into the wondrous and rich history that the town has to offer you! Only by Ben Swetmore will you see a book as great as this one!
The Way of the Veteran MARK SMITH
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Size: 5.5" x 8.5"
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ISBN: 9781633187955
Mark served 8 years in the Army as a medic and deployed to Iraq in 2004-2005 with “Deuce Four” a new STRYKER unit out of Fort Lewis WA. As a medic part of 1/24th Infantry Regiment, 1st SBCT (25th ID) Mark “Doc Smith” was deployed to Mosul where he was moved by the experiences of his fellow soldiers who faced challenges and adversity with great resolve and perseverance. “I will always be grateful for the time given to me with Deuce Four. We were a close group of guys who would do anything for each other” (Doc Smith). After returning home and leaving the military Doc Smith took up his next mission to help veterans deal with transition through his art, writing and advocacy. Doc Smith beli ...

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