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Making Sense I: How to Say What You Mean and Understand What You Read Salisbury & Leonard 1936
 

Making Sense I: How to Say What You Mean and Understand What You Read Salisbury & Leonard 1936

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Published in 1936 by Scott, Foresman and Company and written by Rachel Salisbury & J. Paul Leonard, Making Sense I: How to Say What You Mean and Understand What You Read is a guide for students to improve thinking, reading, and writing skills, which is still very valuable information in our society today. 260 pages in very good condition with mostly clean pages, minus a few pen/pencil markings here and there.
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