We Discover Lights: Units of Experience for Primary Groups

Collins, Helen

Published by Friends General Conference, Philadelphia, 1936
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Title: We Discover Lights: Units of Experience for ...

Publisher: Friends General Conference, Philadelphia

Publication Date: 1936

Binding: Hardcover

Book Condition: Fair


Covers worn, library sticker on spine, cloth covering spine mostly detached with piece torn out of bottom. Library stamps, date due flap, pocket and card. Pages good."We Discover LIghts plans to lead children, by the discover and study of natural and man-made lights, to a growing realization of the Inner Light.". Bookseller Inventory # 085035

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