Good and Bad are Funny Things: A Rhyming Book (Ethics for Children) Pp. 85Ethics for Children Pp. 90Emotion: A Critical Analysis for Children Pp. 80Humor: A Critical Analysis for Young People Pp. 166Time: A Critical Analysis for Children Pp. 79Warren Shibles Whitewater, Wisconsin: The Language Press, 1978 [Book Review]

Dialogue 21 (01):160-164 (1982)
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