2 edition of It"s in the bag found in the catalog.
It"s in the bag
|Statement||by McElbert Moore ...|
|LC Classifications||PS3525.O5613 I8 1933|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||95,  p.|
|Number of Pages||95|
|LC Control Number||ca 33001070|
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Despite price hikes –– $1, for a Prada bowler bag that once cost $ –– the craze for high–end purses helps fuel the booming luxury–goods market and, via knock–offs, hugely influences the $6 billion–a–year mainstream handbag in The time is perfect for a short, smart purse book/5.
Oh Susannah: It's in the Bag is an educational and enlightening read for both kids and parents. While it shows kids how to become a better problem solver, to stay organized, and to stop procrastinating, it encourages parents to strive for balance between work and family, to be more attentive to not only the physical but also the emotional needs of their children, to spend more time /5(35).
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In The Bag is the perfect summer book. It follows a mother/daughter and father/son who are travelling in Europe and have an unlikely bag mix up that results in a flurry of emails, missed connections, and cute/quirky misunderstandings/5.