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Don’t Close the…Door: Rugrats and its Impact on Jewish Children

@inproceedings{McGuire2016DontCT,
  title={Don’t Close the…Door: Rugrats and its Impact on Jewish Children},
  author={Teri McGuire},
  year={2016}
}
.........................................................................................................................................................iv Introduction .................................................................................................................................................1 Chapter 1: Putting It All in Context: The World in which Rugrats Lives..........................10 Chapter 2: A Rugrats Passover: Let My People Learn about Passover… 

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