Excerpt from God’s Smuggler Study Guide
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4 Replies to “Excerpt from God’s Smuggler Study Guide”
Hello! I am wondering if this is a book that can be taught to an 8th grade class?
8th graders vary a lot. In our experience, lots of 8th graders really like the book and are inspired by it.
Oh okay great! thank you!
great thank you