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Product Description: Every young lady dreams of a life spent exchanging witty asides with a dashing Mr. Darcy, but how should you let him know your intentions? Seek counsel from this charming guide to Jane Austen’s world. Its step-by-step instructions reveal the practicalities of life in Regency England, including sensible advice on:     •  How to behave at your first ball     •  How to ride sidesaddle     •  How to decline an unwanted marriage proposal     •  How to improve your estate     •  How to throw a dinner party—and much more...read more

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9781594745058 | Quirk Books, March 8, 2011, cover price $16.95 | About this edition: Every young lady dreams of a life spent exchanging witty asides with a dashing Mr.

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Product Description: You can't change the past, but with Mass Historia, Chris Regan has done a very fine job of making fun of it." --Stephen ColbertThe History Channel meets Comedy Central in this sidesplitting, quasi-historical almanac by Chris Regan, a five time Emmy award winning comedy writer and one of the coauthors of Jon Stewart's bestselling America (The Book)...read more
By Kathryn Rathke (illustrator) and Chris Regan

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9780740768699 | Andrews McMeel Pub, August 1, 2008, cover price $24.99 | About this edition: You can't change the past, but with Mass Historia, Chris Regan has done a very fine job of making fun of it.

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A Jane Austen companion offers a guide to daily life in Regency England, providing guidance on graceful living, love among the social classes, dress, and the practicalities of everyday life.

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9781594741715 | Quirk Books, April 19, 2007, cover price $16.95 | About this edition: A Jane Austen companion offers a guide to daily life in Regency England, providing guidance on graceful living, love among the social classes, dress, and the practicalities of everyday life.

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Sweet Adeline Addison receives valentines from many admirers, but in the end discovers that it is God who loves her most of all.
By Nohra Bernal (trans), Kathryn Rathke (illustrator) and Bobby Strickland

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9780825416170 | Editorial Portavoz, June 22, 2005, cover price $5.99 | About this edition: Adelina Amores receives valentines from many admirers, but in the end discovers that it is God who loves her most of all.

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Young Adeline's pet porcupine feels sad because she is not as beautiful as the arrogant city pets, but her inner beauty and compassion help the other pets discover her true worth.
By Kathryn Rathke (illustrator) and Bobby Strickland

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9780825416187 | Editorial Portavoz, June 22, 2005, cover price $5.99 | About this edition: Young Adelina's pet porcupine feels sad because she is not as beautiful as the arrogant city pets, but her inner beauty and compassion help the other pets discover her true worth.

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Sweet Adeline Addison receives valentines from many admirers, but in the end discovers that it is God who loves her most of all.

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9780801045080 | Baker Pub Group, August 1, 2004, cover price $16.99 | About this edition: Sweet Adeline Addison receives valentines from many admirers, but in the end discovers that it is God who loves her most of all.

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Young Adeline's pet porcupine feels sad because she is not as beautiful as the arrogant city pets, but her inner beauty and compassion help the other pets discover her true worth.

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9780801045073 | Baker Pub Group, August 1, 2004, cover price $16.99 | About this edition: Young Adeline's pet porcupine feels sad because she is not as beautiful as the arrogant city pets, but her inner beauty and compassion help the other pets discover her true worth.

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