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Five ways to finish August

Jenaro TalГ©ns

Five ways to finish August

by Jenaro TalГ©ns

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Published by Prisma Books in Minneapolis .
Written in English


Edition Notes

StatementJenaro Taléns ; translated from the Spanish by Giulla Colaizzi, photographs by Christine Cotaz-Bertholet ; foreword by René Jara.
ContributionsColaizzi, Giulia.
Classifications
LC ClassificationsPQ6670.A5 C513 1988
The Physical Object
Pagination71 p. :
Number of Pages71
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL2527177M
ISBN 100910235295
LC Control Number88002415

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These great books to read with your kids in August resemble the last bits of summer, as fall is just around the corner. Get outside, play and discover with my book Backyard Activities That Are the Dirtiest, Coolest, Creepy-Crawliest Ever! It will turn even the smallest of backyards into a discovery museum that your kids themselves can lead.   Of course I never finish the new book either! Recently I've found a way that avoids all this, and allows me to get all the books I start finished. If you have the same problem (and I know a lot of people do), you might like to try it. What I do is simplicity itself. I chose five books as my "active" books and put them in a pile.

Read them before you get to the last book of Song of Ice & Fire, and maybe you can avoid being stuck like me waiting for YEARS for G.R.R.M. to finish the damn series Enjoy~ level 1 2 points 5 . Stars I received this book in one of my subscriptions, The Bookish Box. I had never heard or seen this book until then. The premise seemed cool, it's not something I have read a lot of books like it. I enjoyed the rebellion aspect and that it showed that not all people are who they seem. But I did find the overall read slow.3/5(17).


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