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The Dreamweaver

Book Description
The Dreamweaver is for Ages 9-12. The Dreamweaver was written by Harold B. Bullock. The Dreamweaver was published by Golden Oak Publishing. A subject of The Dreamweaver is Children: Grades 4-6.
Book Information
PublisherGolden Oak Publishing
Reading LevelAges 9-12
# of Pages120
Publication Date04/30/2002
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About Harold B. Bullock (Author) : Harold B. Bullock is a published author of children's books. A published credit of Harold B. Bullock is The Dreamweaver (The Tarlian Adventures Series, Volume 4).
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About Barbara Dumas (Editor) : Barbara Dumas is a published editor of children's books. A published credit of Barbara Dumas is The Dreamweaver (The Tarlian Adventures Series, Volume 4).
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