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About John Schofield

John Schofield is a published author and an editor of children's books. Some of the published credits of John Schofield include My First Pair of Glasses: The Snaggletooth Family, Residential schools history a complex 'black and light' issue. (General Assembly 2003). : An article from: Presbyterian Record, The Building of London.
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1. My First Pair of Glasses: The Snaggletooth Family (Paperback)
    Author: John Schofield, Robert Brown, Darla Schofield
    Illustrator: Robert Brown
    Publisher: BookSurge Publishing
4-8 02/12/2008
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2. Residential schools history a complex 'black and light' issue. (General ...
    Author: John Schofield
    Publisher: Presbyterian Lay Committe
? 07/01/2003
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3. The Building of London (Paperback)
    Author: John Schofield
    Publisher: Sutton Publishing
? 07/01/1999
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4. Interpreting Artifact Scatters (Paperback)
    Publisher: Constable Robinson
? 06/1991
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