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Aimili de lü se ai qing / Lind Airuisen zhu ; Zhao Chun ... [et al.] yi
爱米丽的绿色爱情 / 琳达艾瑞森著 ; 赵淳 ... [et al.]译
Bib ID 804703
Format BookBook
Author
Aronson, Linda, 1950-
 
Uniform Title Kelp. Chinese
Edition Di 1 ban. 
第1版. 
Description Shenzhen : Hai tian chu ban she, 2002 
深圳 : 海天出版社, 2002 
209 pages ; 21 cm. 
ISBN 7806545247
Series

Hua ji, yu ji hai wai xi lie.

花季雨季海外系列.

Subjects Families -- Juvenile fiction.  |  Success in business -- Juvenile fiction.  |  Humorous stories -- Juvenile fiction.
Other authors/contributors Zhao, Chun
赵淳

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