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Estes, Sally
October 1995
Booklist;10/15/95, Vol. 92 Issue 4, p392
Cites developments pertaining to books for young readers in the United States as of October 15, 1995. Includes the Fifth Annual Conference on Books in Spanish for Young Readers in San Diego, California on November 18, 1995; Annual Children's Literature Festival hosted by the Department of Library Science at Sam Houston State University on March 16, 1996.


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