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The Theory, Practice and Destructive Properties of Love

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Readers met the comical Kevin in Liar, Liar and Flat Broke.  Kevin gets serious about Tina Zabinski, the Most Beautiful Girl in the World. Finally, finally, he's worked up his courage—he's going to ask her out. Or will his trademark scheming get in his way?
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Readers met the comical Kevin in Liar, Liar and Flat Broke.  Kevin gets serious about Tina Zabinski, the Most Beautiful Girl in the World. Finally, finally, he's worked up his courage—he's going to ask her out. Or will his trademark scheming get in his way?
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eBook (144 pages)
Published: May 8, 2012
Publisher: Random House Children's Books
Imprint: Wendy Lamb Books
ISBN: 9780307974532
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