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The coolest and the purest By Anna Pisarski
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this is cool photagraphy!!!!!
The Coolest Braid Designs By Jaclyn D'Arcy
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Completely unique braid designs, including braided buns that don't need pins! This book has full-color photos and step-by-step instructions to help anyone learn how to make the coolest braids!
The Coolest Braid Designs By Jaclyn D'Arcy
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Completely unique braid designs, including braided buns that don't need pins! This book has full-color photos and step-by-step instructions to help anyone learn how to make the coolest braids!
The Coolest Cookies on the Planet By Mari Pfeiffer
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You don’t need to be a highly-trained expert to turn a simple cookie into a beautiful, whimsical, unforgettable edible work of art. What you do need, says Mari Pfeiffer, the genius behind... More > mischief mari cookies, is a grand imagination, a sense of humor and a few good recipes. Featuring vibrant and highly unusual photography by Aasulv Austad, Pfeiffer starts with the stories that inspired some of her most famous designs including her Jane Austen Teapot and her Obama Hope cookie. In the second half of the book, Pfeiffer gives icing and cookie recipes and a set of detailed tutorials that will inspire even novices to try their hand at baking and decorating their own little works of yummy art. Although the coolest cookies on the planet is about decorated cookies, this heartwarming little gem is really about friends and family and what binds us together. Mischief Mari Cookies have appeared in The New York Times and popular design and cooking blogs in the U.S. and France. For more info, visit mischiefmaricookies.com< Less
the coolest coster ever By angel stewart
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it is like a phineas and ferd story
Secrets to the Coolest Witch By Brooks Lisenby
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Braitlyn Lisenby is a seven year old girl who is excited about spending the summer with her dad, but she soon discovers there is more to be excited about then just summer!
Secrets to the Coolest Witch By Brooks Lisenby
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Braitlyn Lisenby is a seven year old girl who is excited about spending the summer with her dad, but she soon discovers there is more to be excited about then just summer!
To make the coolest clubhouse By Nina Nodland
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How to build and decorate a clubhouse.
Lost and Found Again, or, Pierre Cholet By J. R. Koenig
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A new translation of “l’Enfant perdu et retrouvé ou Pierre Cholet” by J.-B. Proulx with new maps, notes, and illus. is for all readers of adventure stories and history. It is... More > a true story of one man’s perseverance despite his many hardships to return home. In 1845, five-year-old Pierre Cholet is kidnapped along with his brother and cousin from rural Quebec. The kidnapper eludes a manhunt of 400 parishioners and sells the boys to a French sea captain sailing to St. Malo, France. Thirty-six years later, Cholet alone returns home. Cholet tells his story to the author J.-B. Proulx, relating the fate of the other two boys, his hard life as a sailor on the high seas, his shipwrecks, his escape and near death in Labrador’s wilderness, and his decade of searching throughout eastern Canada for his parents. Proulx combines his literary skills with Cholet’s talents as a raconteur to produce both an enthralling tale and a brief history of French Canadian life.< Less
Lost and Found Again, or, Pierre Cholet By J. R. Koenig
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A new translation of “l’Enfant perdu et retrouvé ou Pierre Cholet” by J.-B. Proulx with new maps, notes, and illus. is for all readers of adventure stories and history. It is... More > a true story of one man’s perseverance despite his many hardships to return home. In 1845, five-year-old Pierre Cholet is kidnapped along with his brother and cousin from rural Quebec. The kidnapper eludes a manhunt of 400 parishioners and sells the boys to a French sea captain sailing to St. Malo, France. Thirty-six years later, Cholet alone returns home. Cholet tells his story to the author J.-B. Proulx, relating the fate of the other two boys, his hard life as a sailor on the high seas, his shipwrecks, his escape and near death in Labrador’s wilderness, and his decade of searching throughout eastern Canada for his parents. Proulx combines his literary skills with Cholet’s talents as a raconteur to produce both an enthralling tale and a brief history of French Canadian life.< Less