International Book Project
1966, Lexington KY (USA), by Harriet Drury Van Meter.
Promote education and literacy while broadening Americans' understanding of their neighbours; serve long-term emerging literacy needs around the globe and at home; respond to areas impacted by natural and humanitarian crises; provide an array of basic subject textbooks for pre-kindergarten through graduate school levels, general library books, nursing and other specialized medical texts, as well as popular and technical journals, reference materials and fiction; partner with organizations including primary and secondary schools, universities, libraries, hospitals, churches, orphanages and Peace Corps volunteers.Available with paid subscription only.
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