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TitleAuthorFormatPublication DatePriceSelect Item
Cover: The Lius of ShanghaiThe Lius of ShanghaiCochran, Sherman
Hsieh, Andrew
HARDCOVER04/22/2013$48.00
Cover: Born Together—Reared Apart: The Landmark Minnesota Twin StudyBorn Together—Reared Apart: The Landmark Minnesota Twin StudySegal, Nancy L.HARDCOVER06/18/2012$60.50
Cover: Spinal Cord Injury and the Family: A New GuideSpinal Cord Injury and the Family: A New GuideAlpert, Michelle J.
Wisnia, Saul
PAPERBACK05/30/2008$30.00
Cover: A History of Young People in the West, Volume I: Ancient and Medieval Rites of PassageA History of Young People in the West, Volume I: Ancient and Medieval Rites of PassageLevi, Giovanni
Schmitt, Jean-Claude
Naish, Camille
PAPERBACK11/15/1999$38.00
Cover: A History of Young People in the West, Volume II: Stormy Evolution to Modern TimesA History of Young People in the West, Volume II: Stormy Evolution to Modern TimesLevi, Giovanni
Schmitt, Jean-Claude
Volk, Carol
PAPERBACK11/15/1999$38.00
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