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100 Great Ideas to Be a Good Friend

Lila Empson Wavering
100 Great Ideas to Be a Good Friend
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Friends are important, and we all need them, but we sometimes fumble when it comes to being a friend to someone else. This book is all about being the best friend possible. It covers everything from a simple get-together for coffee to heavy-duty support in times of crisis. I... Read More

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Friends are important, and we all need them, but we sometimes fumble when it comes to being a friend to someone else. This book is all about being the best friend possible. It covers everything from a simple get-together for coffee to heavy-duty support in times of crisis. In addition to encouragement and practical tips, this book gives solid advice and direction.
The 100 Great Ideas series provides encouragement, advice, and practical tips in areas where people experience their greatest heartfelt needs-handling stress, coping with tough situations, simplifying life, getting organized, being a good friend, and spending time with God. These books are great for those who seek quick and accessible advice, and those who need encouragement while working through life's issues.
  • Product type: Book
  • Format: Book
  • Release Date: Aug 9, 2010
  • UPC: 9781414338859
  • Height: 0.38
  • Width: 7.14
  • Length: 6.9
  • Volumes/Discs: 1
  • Pages: 127
  • Publish Date: Aug 23, 2010
  • BISAC: "REL036000 , REL012040"
  • ISBN: 1414338856

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