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The prince

Author: Walter Dean Myers; Stacie Johnson
Publisher: New York : Bantam Books ©1993.
Series: 18 Pine St.
Edition/Format:   Book : English
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Things start jumping at Murphy High when Sarah Gordon persuades the gang to do a rap version of Romeo and Juliet for the Junior jump. In the midst of this whole thing there is a new guy in town. Who is he and what secret is he to divulge?
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Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Walter Dean Myers; Stacie Johnson
ISBN: 0833593870 9780833593870
OCLC Number: 228450664
Series Title: 18 Pine St.
Responsibility: Stacie Johnson.

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Things start jumping at Murphy High when Sarah Gordon persuades the gang to do a rap version of Romeo and Juliet for the Junior jump. In the midst of this whole thing there is a new guy in town. Who is he and what secret is he to divulge?

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