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Cherub: The Human Race

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Book Description
In this story a young boy goes on a magical adventure with a angel, sent by God named Cherub. Through beautifully illustrated comparisons of the differences found in nature the boy discovers that black, white and other colors associated with race are not better than one another; but, different from each other and all a part of the human race.
Book Information
PublisherMustered Seed Publishing Worldwide
Reading LevelAges 4-8
# of Pages36
Publication Date04/15/2003
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About Jacqueline Levermore (Author) : Jacqueline Levermore is a published author of children's books. A published credit of Jacqueline Levermore is Cherub: The Human Race.
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