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The adventures of Jerry and Jane / written and illustrated by Craig Fong
Bib ID 3297872
Format BookBook
Author
Fong, Craig, 1970-
 
Description Perth : Peaceful Country Publications, 2002 
<3> : ill. ; 21 cm. 
ISBN 0957827504
0957827520
0957827512
Incomplete contents
  • Jerry and Jane fight
  • Jane's purpose in life
  • Jane wants a boyfriend.
 
Subjects Interpersonal relations - Fiction.  |  Self-acceptance - Fiction.
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