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Ciara's gift : grief edged with gold / Una Glennon ; [illustrations by Tracy Graffin]
Bib ID 4833637
Format BookBook
Author
Glennon, Una
 
Description Crawley, W. A. : UWA Publishing, 2010 
215 p. : col. ill. ; 20 cm. 
ISBN 9781921401640
Subjects Glennon, Una.  |  Glennon, Ciara Eilish, 1969-1997.  |  Daughters -- Death -- Psychological aspects.  |  Bereavement -- Psychological aspects.  |  Parental grief.
Other authors/contributors Graffin, Tracy

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