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Together Again

Belinda Senter Kingsley

For as long as Belinda can remember, she has lived in the little concrete block house in rural Tanzania, East Africa. Her parents are missionaries. They consider Tanzania to be their mission field. Belinda considers Tanzania to be her home. Her brother has just spent his first term at boarding school in Kenya and has returned home. Belinda and her outrageously dressed sister, gentle mother, and constantly sneezing father welcome him home for Christmas vacation.

Together Again, written with the youth in mind, is the first of three books I've planned for a series about my African adventures.

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Send check or money order in US funds for $12.50 and $2.50 for postage and handling to:
Together Again
9312 Farmer Drive
Keller, TX 76248

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