1 edition of The Earth for Sam, revised edition. edited by P.F. Brandwein found in the catalog.
The Earth for Sam, revised edition. edited by P.F. Brandwein
|LC Classifications||QE 29 R325 1960|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||236|
In this workbook companion to Dr. Myles Munroe’s captivating book, The Most Important Person on Earth: The Holy Spirit, Governor of the Kingdom, you will gain a deeper understanding of why the Holy Spirit is the key to your purpose and fulfillment on earth. Discover life-changing truths for personal application as you explore the book’s themes and answer . PreS-Gr 1-This deceptively simple book celebrates the wonders of nature as seen by a child. DeMunn's chant consists of short phrases that enumerate parts of the natural world and declare them good. Accompanied by a puppy, the child explores ocean, mountains, fields, and forest. Condition: Very Good. 1st Edition. First UK edition. Octavo. Tan cloth with blind stamped title to front side and gilt lettering to spine. In good condition. Stains to boards mostly to the front. Age toning to the page edges. Otherwise, a good copy. Binding is strong and square and contents are clean. Book comes protected in a brand new mylar.
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See all 6 formats and editions Hide other formats and editions. Price New from 5/5(1). In its long-awaited revised edition, You Can Save the Earth, Revised Edition provides even more reasons and ways to pay attention to our planet by being stewards to sustainability.
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Contents: When the Earth Was Hot; The Air We Breathe; Seaweed and Jellyfish; Shells and Fishes; Mountains and Rivers; Volcanoes; Silurian Period; Devonian Period; Carboniferous Period; Glaciers; Permian Period.
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Signed by the author in blue pen on a blank page from a different book that the previous owner has laid into the front of the book at the half title page. Very light cream colored pages are all clean and crisp. pages. Brown topstain on the upper edge of the textblock. Dust Jacket - has light rubbing at all eight of the book's corners.
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