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New Century Press

New Century Press is a publisher of children's books. Some of the books published by New Century Press include Managing the Gift, The Unaccepted Child, The Enchanted Forest, Vol. 2, and The Enchanted Forest.

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1. Managing the Gift (Paperback)
    Author: Kevin Emery
All Ages 04/04/2005
2 Reviews  
2. The Unaccepted Child (Paperback)
    Author: Marie A. Celestin
Ages 9-12 11/11/2003
3 Reviews  
3. The Enchanted Forest, Vol. 2 (Audio CD)
    Author: Donald O'Donovan
(Unknown)  05/2005
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4. A Christmas Riddle (New Century Drama) (Paperback)
    Author: Louise Byres
(Unknown)  06/05/2000
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5. The Enchanted Forest (Audio CD)
    Author: Donald O'Donovan
(Unknown)  05/2005
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6. The Enchanted Forest, Vol. 3 (Audio CD)
    Author: Donald O'Donovan
(Unknown)  06/2005
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