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Author Name    Yorke, Jennifer, and Megan Miller

Title   Everyone Seems to Know What I Should Think about Sex, Book 4 :

Binding   Hardcover

Book Condition   Fine with no dust jacket

Publisher   Grand Rapids, Minn: Published by Authors; 1993

Seller ID   7744

12 pages; 4to (10") 26 cm; Hardcover art book, heavy stiff pages in accordion style. Illustrated throughout with monochrome images, text in black. Appears to have been printed by serigraph (silkscreen) method. ; Title page states Book #4, Copy #62175, with copy number penciled in. ; No discernable wear. No jacket, as issued.

Art  Serigraph  ;  Serigraphs  ;  Sex  ;  Sexuality  ;  Teenagers  ;  Artist  Book  ;  Artists  Books  ; 

Price = 15.00 USD


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