5 edition of Punny places found in the catalog.
A collection of jokes about different places.
|Statement||by June Swanson ; pictures by Brian Gable.|
|Series||Make me laugh!|
|Contributions||Gable, Brian, 1949- ill.|
|LC Classifications||PN6371.5 .S865 2004|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||31 p. :|
|Number of Pages||31|
|ISBN 10||157505647X, 1575057034|
|LC Control Number||2002151102|
For whom the cloche tolls
Occupational employment in transportation, communications, utilities, and trade.
Diez comedias del Siglo de Oro
investigation of the critical bearing pressures causing rupture in lubricating oil films ...
The hydrogen murder
International organizations and the idea of autonomy
Victorian origins of the British Welfare State.
That day at Gibraltar.
Janitors for Census and other House committee rooms.
Annual Sunday School and Christian Endeavour Convention, to be held at Watton, from Friday, July 12th to Tuesday, July 16th, 1901
Amendment proposed by Mr. Pickens, in the committee of the whole House, to the bill for the assessment and collection of direct taxes and internal duties
Vladimir Nabokov and the art of painting
Making music work.
Ukulele for kids
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Or get business-day shipping on this item for $ /5(22). The drawings are funny and the text provides a basic introduction to some of the first changes that kids will start to notice, such as the "hair in funny places". This book does not go into "sex education" per se, but focuses instead on those basic changes that all boys and girls experience/5(28).
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