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|Giraffes Can't Dance
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|Giles Andreae, Guy Parker Rees||10.0|
Tags: art, black board, chalk, drawing, duster, magnetic, practice, school, tray, white board, writing
|The 3 a.m. Epiphany: Uncommon Writing Exercises That Transform Your Fiction
Tags: breakthroughs, brian kiteley, creativity, exercises, practice, writing, fiction, author
|Tiny Timmy #1: Soccer Superstar
Tags: fit in, hardwork, kids, novel, practice, scholastic, soccer, sport, team, tim cahill
|Tiny Timmy #2: Tiny Timmy Makes The Grade
Tags: ambition, coach, football, kids books, practice, scholastic, soccer, sports, team, training
|Tiny Timmy #3: Living the Dream!
Tags: aspiration, family, football, friendship, kids books, overcoming adversity, paperback, persistence, practice, scholastic, soccer, sports, team, tim cahill, training
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