dog called Scholar

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Heinemann
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The Physical Object
Pagination136p.,ill.,21cm
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Louisan — who bounced between foster homes and often slept on couches at the homes of friends — has been named a Rhodes Scholar. They publish books on history, art and architecture, body and mind, literature, sports, science and technology, and many other subjects. They also publish books on dogs.

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