2 edition of language of fifteen-year-old children found in the catalog.
language of fifteen-year-old children
R. W. Rutherford
|Statement||R.W. Rutherford and E.S. Mercer|
|Series||Reports and occasional papers -- no.42, Reports and occasional papers (Nuffield Foreign Languages Teaching Materials Project) -- no.42|
|Contributions||Mercer, E. S., Nuffield Foreign Languages Teaching Materials Project|
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Topics of conversation in the speech of fifteen-year-old children. London, Nuffield Foundation, (OCoLC) Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: R W Rutherford; M. Might I suggest picking a book from this list of 50 must-read Canadian children’s and YA books, and settling in for a good read.
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Since then, the children have been rounded up and placed in prison-like dorms. No child may live past their fourteenth birthday (known as a "Sad Birthday"), when they are taken Author: Garth Nix.
This is a sweet little book written in the fifties, about being fifteen in the fifties, that is probably too dated for a modern fifteen-year-old. Cleary's books about the children of the Klickitat Street neighborhood written in the same period have retained more relevance, and kept their bloom much better/5.
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