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Guiding the character development of the preschool child, by Leona J. Smith. Illus. by Karl Cernik
Bib ID 2154246
Format BookBook
Author
Smith, Leona Jones
 
Description New York, Association Press [1968] 
127 p. illus. 20 cm. 
Subjects Child rearing.
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