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Department of Temporal Adjustment

Average rating
4 out of 5
Based on 15 Ratings and 15 Reviews

Book Description
In Department of Temporal Adjustment, a fresh, funny, wisecracking novel by Veronica R. Tabares, chick lit makes a pact with science fiction and seals it with a kiss. In the spirit of being a doting wife and good mother, Vanessa spends her time directing traffic, kissing bruises, and diverting disasters such as the peer pressure her daughter Becca will feel if her friends decide she's smart. And B... More
Book Information
PublisherSun Break Publishing
BindingHardcover (2 editions)
Reading LevelUncategorized
# of Pages314
ISBN-101609160045
ISBN-13978-1609160043
Publication Date06/2010
The Creators
About Veronica R. Tabares (Author) : Veronica R. Tabares is a published author of children's books and young adult books. Published credits of Veronica R. Tabares include Behold the Eye: Braumaru.
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7/28/2010 Debbie - onyx95 said:
Mother of three young girls, Vanessa also took on a coarse load of classes as an Archeology student at the local University. Having the need to use the lab in the basement of the University for late night study sessions was not unusual. For this curious women who had a certain sense of right and w... more

tags: I read, 2010, review-the-book

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