The Resource The most beautiful place in the world
- The most beautiful place in the world
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- by Ann Cameron ; drawings by Thomas B. Allen
- Growing up with his grandmother in a small Guatemalan town, seven-year-old Juan discovers the value of hard work, the joy of learning, and the location of the most beautiful place in the world
- Josette Frank Award, 1988.
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- Intended audience
- "RL: 3.7"--P.  of cover
- "007-010"--P.  of cover
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