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      Wojciechowska, Maia,
      1984, c1964.
      Manolo Olivar has to make a decision: to follow in his famous father's shadow and become a bullfighter, or to follow his heart and become a docto
      Wojciechowska, Maia,
      1968, c1964.
      Manolo Olivar has to make a decision: to follow in his famous father's shadow and become a bullfighter, or to follow his heart and become a docto
      Wojciechowska, Maia,
      [1972]
      [1st ed.]
      Thrown out of her 12th foster home with only a copy of "Through the Looking-Glass, " a 12-year-old black girl interchanges the people and situati
      Wojciechowska, Maia,
      [1972]
      [1st ed.]
      The confrontation between a matador and a bull climaxes a lifetime of courage and pride for both.
      Wojciechowska, Maia,
      [1972]
      [1st ed.]
      Memoirs of the author's adolescence during World War II, when her family escaped from Poland to temporary haven in France, Portugal, England, and
      Wojciechowska, Maia,
      1971.
      [1st ed.]
      A history teacher, who has been fired eighteen times during her thirty-year career, gives thirty-four of her students a month's crash course in s
      Wojciechowska, Maia,
      [1970]
      Fourteen-year-old Byron and the disturbed boy he is baby sitting form a close friendship that helps them through several crises in the following
      Wojciechowska, Maia,
      [1969]
      Three brothers have everything they want except a mother and, after the latest housekeeper leaves in despair, they decide to help father find a n
      Wojciechowska, Maia,
      [1968]
      [1st ed.]
      A deaf and dumb girl growing up in a small Spanish village finds in the church a priceless statue of the Christ Child which becomes the one thing
      Wojciechowska, Maia,
      [1968]
      [1st ed.]
      A 16-year-old boy recounts his painful adjustment to the discovery that his adored older brother is a drug addict.
      Wojciechowska, Maia,
      1965.
      [1st ed.]
      An account of the journey of the 16th century Spanish explorer who traveled from Florida to Mexico and who sought freedom and peace for the India
      Wojciechowska, Maia,
      [1965]
      [1st ed.]
      A chestnut mare bought by an elderly widow at auction makes a great difference in the lives of her new owner and a bitter young neighbor.