Nobody's Perfect (Deaf Child Crossing)

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E-Book: <strong>Nobody's Perfect (Deaf Child Crossing)</strong>
Author: <strong>Marlee Matlin, Doug Cooney</strong>
Rating: <strong>4.03 of 5 stars</strong><!–more–>
Format: <strong>Paperback, 240 pages</strong>
Published: <strong>November 6th 2007 by Simon & Schuster Books for Young Readers (first published 2006)</strong>
Language: <strong>English</strong>
ISBN10: <strong>1416949763</strong>
ASIN: <strong>-</strong>
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