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Check Out This Great Blog From Author Jane Kurtz

Author Jane Kurtz has launched a new blog showcasing her book about the new 2010 American Girl, Lanie. You will love to hear all about Jane's travels and experiences while publicizing this newest American Girl book.
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Jaxen said…
I liked when she came to visit shes a really good author and shes been many places so i want to say thanks to Mrs. Rosheim And also to Jane Kurtz for taking her time to to come visit im sure she was was very busy so thanks :-)
Anonymous said…
I think she had a signing for the new book in KC.
Grace Bellman said…
I LOVE Lanie even though I own Chrissa. ;)
GRACE said…
Lanie rocks even though I already own a American girl doll. The names are Chrissa and Mary.

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