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The Evolution of a Girl | Paperback

by L E Bowman (Author), Marie Worden (Illustrator)


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Binding:  Paperback
Publisher:  Evolution of a Girl, The
Edition:  Firstth Edition
Page Count:  284 Pages
Publication Date:  November 10, 2018
Sales Rank:  32713th



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The Evolution of a Girl is a collection of poetry and prose taking the reader from girl to woman; from heartbreak and anger to transformation and rebirth. It speaks of the strength we find when learning to accept ourselves, and the unbreakable softness that comes from unyielding self-love.A book for those who are hurting, for those who are healing, for those who are ready to try again.

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