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Eyes Over the Playground: A Project Nartana Case

Kimberly Vogel

Publisher: Lulu.com

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While people are still at work, the children need to be looked after. One option is afterschool care. Sometimes kids disappear between doorways. Where did they go? Who took them? Mikasi is sent to discover the answers to these questions.

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