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Picoult's Nineteen Minutes

Book Description
Picoults Nineteen Minutes Picoults Nineteen Minutes was published by Washington Square Press.
Book Information
PublisherWashington Square Press
BindingPaperback (43 editions)
Reading LevelUncategorized
# of PagesN/A
Publication Date/2008
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7/1/2010 Sheri Radford tagged as: I recommend

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6/22/2010 Lynndy Bennett tagged as: I read

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9/17/2009 Abbey Greenblatt said: Excellent page turning mystery that follows a Columbine type plotline.
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9/11/2009 Tina Mackin tagged as: I recommend

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5/19/2009 Barb Everhart tagged as: I recommend

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7/26/2007 Sondra LaBrie said:
This book really opened my eyes as a parent and how *easy* it is to miss important signals about our own children. My son is only three but I'm glad I read this book now and have recommended it to parents and teachers since it deals with a high school shooting and how the attacker was 'created.' ... more

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