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Chris came running out of her brother's room, very red in the face. "Randy's been calling me names again, Mother. This time he called me 'piggy,' and that's not very nice!" Mother, who was sweeping the patio, put down her broom and listened.
"He says I have to play with his car game, but I don't want to. I want to color with his pastels, but he says I just break them, so he won't lend them to me anymore." It just didn't seem fair to Chris. She loved to do artwork so much, and her older brother, Randy, didn't care about it. But right now he was the one who had this big box of colorful chalk for drawing pictures.
"Chris, you and Randy have been getting along so well these days," said Mother. "I hope you're not going to start quarreling again."
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The Liberating Law of God
Our Friend: The Law
RALPH E. WAGERS
Discipline: Who Needs It?
PATIENCE M. CANHAM
Have You Reached a Verdict?
JOHN G. JOSTYN
Mission: Control Juvenile Delinquency
ROBERT M. CARNES
TO OUR INSTITUTIONAL WORKERS
Joseph W. Paddock
Ruling Out Hurt Feelings
ISABEL F. BATES
AURIEL WYNDHAM ADAMS
Divine Justice is Merciful
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Alan A. Aylwin
It has been eleven years since my last testimony of appreciation...
Ben B. Taylor with contributions from Lillian Sharp
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Alida B. Gates with contributions from Franklin I. Gates
For many years our family has enjoyed daily protection and...
Eleanor J. Hunt with contributions from William John Hunt
Signs of the Times
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