Buckaroo Banzai TP Vol 02 No Matter Where You Go

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See also Lost My Head, Un-Sentimental, and 2 Cents .] [Not the same group as this Beowulf or this one. Word on the street is that these are great for those who balk at large chunks of text. In addition, implications for the use of graphic novels in schools and libraries are discussed and the recommendation is made for additional research to validate the use of graphic novels in school and library settings.

Pages: 158

Publisher: Moonstone (June 3, 2014)

ISBN: 1936814722

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