Jane, the Fox and Me
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Groundwood Books Ltd, 2013.
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9781554983612
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APA Citation, 7th Edition (style guide)

Isabelle Arsenault., Isabelle Arsenault|AUTHOR., & Fanny Britt|AUTHOR. (2013). Jane, the Fox and Me . Groundwood Books Ltd.

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Isabelle Arsenault, Isabelle Arsenault|AUTHOR and Fanny Britt|AUTHOR. 2013. Jane, the Fox and Me. Groundwood Books Ltd.

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Isabelle Arsenault, Isabelle Arsenault|AUTHOR and Fanny Britt|AUTHOR. Jane, the Fox and Me Groundwood Books Ltd, 2013.

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Isabelle Arsenault, Isabelle Arsenault|AUTHOR, and Fanny Britt|AUTHOR. Jane, the Fox and Me Groundwood Books Ltd, 2013.

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