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Everybody wears braids

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Book Description
Everybody wears braids was written by Adjoa J. Burrowes. Everybody wears braids was published by Bebop Books. Subjects of Everybody wears braids include Braids (Hairdressing), Friendship, Girlfriends, Hairstyles, Juvenile fiction, Picture books for children, and Readers (Primary).
Book Information
PublisherBebop Books
BindingUnknown Binding
Reading LevelUncategorized
# of Pages8
Publication Date/2000
The Creators
About Adjoa J. Burrowes (Author) : Run don’t walk into your passion. Mine is creating art and words for children’s picture books, creating my own narrative art, and serving as a teaching artist where I can share my love of bookmaki... more
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