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Book: Easter With The Johnsons “A 768 Celebration” by Liberty Dendron
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How Easter Met Della (Della and Easter Series) by Vera Alexander
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Walpajirri - The Legend of an Easter Bilby - The Adventures of a Rabbit-Eared Bandicoot in the Australian Desert by M.E. Skeel
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Seeing The Life by Sophie Dawson
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The Passing Tracks by John Robert McCauley
Caleb and Danielle, University of Texas El Paso students, have $9,750.00 to donate to charity, and decide to venture into Mexico to give these funds to the poor Tarahumura Indians. However, first they have to pass through Juarez, Mexico, one of the most dangerous places in the world, and then visit the rugged Copper Canyon, where many Indians still live in caves. Their adventure by foot, bus and train through drug cartel [...]
 
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