- Author:Grady Kimbrell
- Publisher:West Publishing Company; Student ed. edition (January 1, 1996)
- Pages:296 pages
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Grady Ned Kimbrell, American writer, educator, retired school system administrator. High-quality book in great condition with minimal wear and tear. Certified teacher (life), California, Colorado; certified administrator, California. With United States Army, 1953-1955. Cover is in great shape and the pages are crisp and clean. A few nicks and dings, but nothing very noticeable. Teachers Resource Binder to accompany : Personal and Family Economics. 67914/?tag prabook0b-20. Activities for succeeding in the world of work.
Select Format: Paperback. ISBN13:9780314067906.
University of the West of England and the Economics Network. University of Southampton. Each chapter in the Workbook corresponds to a chapter in the main text.
Published January 1996 by West Publishing Company.
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