Guide to the Content of Second-year Field Teaching in Casework
School of Social Service Administration, The University of Chicago, 1961 - Social case work - 42 pages
"Thanks to the manipulations of Gaius the Dragon Man, Leticia witnesses her bodyguard Alex declaring his love for the beautiful Latona. How will she cope with the heartache? Meanwhile, Asta finds the first of the Invisible Towers and learns the shocking secret of how to gain entry. The news he unearths must be shared with the other participants in the quest, but his way is blocked--first by the elements, and then by a Dragon Man!"--Cover.
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