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Includes the books: ten girls who changed the world, ten girls who used their talents, ten girls who made a difference, ten girls who didn' t give in, and ten girls who made history. Recommended for ages 8 to 12. Light keepers: ten girls who. 5- volume boxed setby irene howat


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