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Demeter And Persephone: A Graphic Classic, Based On The Greek Myth (Read 180)

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Unknown Binding, 16 pages
Published 1999 by Scholastic
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M Strawberry
Apparently, this book was supposed to be part of school... on the inside of the cover there's a place where you put in the name of the school, etc etc, with a list with several blanks (like you would find in a real textbook, where each student signs their name on the list when they're assigned that particular textbook) but this was barely a book. It's small and doesn't have many pages, so this wouldn't fare well in a classroom. The illustrations are nice (for its time) but the story was lacking. ...more
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