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Early Childhood Studies: A Multiprofessional Perspective - Jones, Liz
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Early Childhood Studies: A Multiprofessional Perspective
ISBN: 9780335214860
Edition language: English
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The cover caught my attention. The blurb drew me in. However, it was the story itself that stole my heart. Madsen has a way with words. Yes, I always love her characters, but it's the dialogue that adds to the charm. Laughter is a given, however it's the heart that hides behind the words that does m...
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