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About David Calder

David Calder is a published author of children's books and young adult books. Some of the published credits of David Calder include Test Your Higher Chemistry Calculations, Mary Barton (Radio Collection), Dragonslayer's Apprentice.
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1. Test Your Higher Chemistry Calculations (Paperback)
    Author: David Calder
    Publisher: Hodder Gibson
? 08/27/2004
6 Reviews  
2. The Dragonslayer's Apprentice (Point Fantasy) (Mass Market Paperback)
    Author: David Calder
    Illustrator: Stieg Retlin
    Publisher: Scholastic
YA 12/1998
28 Reviews  
3. Test Your Credit Level Chemistry Calculations (Prepare to Pass) (Paperback)
    Author: David Calder
    Publisher: Hodder Gibson
? 01/01/1992
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Comment by Susan Mains on 11/20/2013 at 12:20 AM:
I would like to have Mr. Calder's permission to use his poem on my wine label
Comment by Susan Mains on 11/20/2013 at 12:18 AM:
Dave Calder's poem' They tried to persuade me not to cross the curious hills was given to me when I left the UK in 1977.
It has become my mantra, my reason for following my own path - for going where my pig is headed.

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