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The Double-Daring Book for Girls (edition 2009)

by Andrea J Buchanan (Author)

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A follow-up to The Daring Book for Girls contains an original selection of challenges often attributed to male sports or other cultures, in a volume that features introductory guidelines on a range of ideas from learning how to surf and staging April Fools Day pranks to making a labyrinth and understanding the art of the Japanese tea ceremony.… (more)
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Title:The Double-Daring Book for Girls
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Info:William Morrow (2009), Edition: Illustrated, 277 pages
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A follow-up to The Daring Book for Girls contains an original selection of challenges often attributed to male sports or other cultures, in a volume that features introductory guidelines on a range of ideas from learning how to surf and staging April Fools Day pranks to making a labyrinth and understanding the art of the Japanese tea ceremony.

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