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Why We Broke Up

by Daniel Handler, Maira Kalman

Why We Broke Up by Daniel Handler, Maira Kalman
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    Dec 2011, 368 pages
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    Dec 2013, 368 pages

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Only a few pages
I have only read a few pages in this book. More like about 60 pages and I love,
Love,
Love
It.
I cant stop reading it but I of course have to stop reading it for school. yay. This book has many wonderful pictures and so many descriptive words and omg omg omg a lovely lovely way of doing a regular american girl breakup.
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