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Hannah and the Special 4th of July by Hilda Stahl

Hannah and the Special 4th of July

Description : Hannah struggles with her Native American heritage especially after her cousin comes to visit and questions her involvement with the King's Kids and her acceptance of Jesus as her Savior.

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Authors : Hilda Stahl

Published Date : 1992

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ISBN : 0891076603

Page : 159 Pages

Categories : Religion

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