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The Wrong Stone
Deal, Russell
St Luke's Innovative Resources / Softcover / 2002-01-01 / 0958018901
Children's Books
price: $26.95
32 pages
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Teachers, Chaplains, School Counsellors, Welfare Officers and Social Workers, here is a book that every school library should not be without! The big architect wanted only perfect stones for the new wall. All the stones put their best faces forward. But there was one stone that didn't seem to fit. He was the "Wrong Stone" and all the others were laughing at him. Will it be the crusher for him? Exquisite full-colour illustrations bring this evocative and relevant story alive.

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