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My dad's first book, an important historical record: Chasing a Mirage: The Tragic Illusion of an Islamic State by Tarek Fatah

My dad's first book, an important historical record: Chasing a Mirage: The Tragic Illusion of an Islamic State by Tarek Fatah

LITTLE RED HEN Vintage Ladybird Book Well Loved Tales Matt Hardback 1981

LITTLE RED HEN Vintage Ladybird Book Well Loved Tales Series 606D Gloss Hardback 1985

LITTLE RED HEN Vintage Ladybird Book Well Loved Tales Matt Hardback 1981

First Term at Malory Towers Why I convinced Mum and Dad to send me to boarding school- seven years later, felt like asking for my money back.....

First Term at Malory Towers Why I convinced Mum and Dad to send me to boarding school- seven years later, felt like asking for my money back.....

Classic Childrens Books - The Jungle Book, my dad used to read the books to me when I was young - wonderful!

Classic Childrens Books - The Jungle Book, my dad used to read the books to me when I was young - wonderful!

Blessings in My Dad's Last Days

Blessings in My Dad’s Last Days

Blessings in My Dad's Last Days

My Dad by Anthony Browne. Ms. Ashley read this book on 6/15/17.

My Dad by Anthony Browne. Ms. Ashley read this book on 6/15/17.

I love this so much, because I truly believe that he would that type of father. He's never taken being part of a family for granted, and now that he's created one of his very own, he's going to be father/friend/husband he can be. This really does warm my heart.

I love this so much, because I truly believe that he would that type of father. He's never taken being part of a family for granted, and now that he's created one of his very own, he's going to be father/friend/husband he can be. This really does warm my heart.

I used to get up and go to work. I couldn't afford breakfast; could hardly afford my train. I had holes in my shoes and I was skint. I was the working poor. Poem by Ricky Willis.

The Working Poor

I used to get up and go to work. I couldn't afford breakfast; could hardly afford my train. I had holes in my shoes and I was skint. I was the working poor. Poem by Ricky Willis.

My Dad is a Superhero (Volume 1)

My Dad is a Superhero (Volume 1)

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