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The 3 a.m. Handbook: The Most Commonly Asked Questions about Your Child's Health. New York: Facts On File, 1998. 224p. paper, $17.95 (ISBN 0-8160-3802-3).

The ABC-Clio World History Companion to Utopian Movements. By Daniel W. Hollis III. Santa Barbara, Calif.: ABC Clio, 1998. 303p. acid free, $57 (ISBN 0-87436-882-0).

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