English Roses

Some articles on english roses:

Madonna Bibliography
... On September 15, 2003, she released her first children's book, The English Roses, and it instantly became the biggest and fastest selling book ever by a first-time children's author ... The English Roses received the widest launch in publication history as it was released in over a hundred countries on the same day it also debuted in thirty languages ... For example, in The English Roses, her lead character's name, Binah, comes from the word Kabbalists use for "Understanding" ...
Madonna Bibliography - Children's Books - Chapter Books
... Chapter books in the The English Roses collection ... the collection Title Release details Synopsis 13 September 1 ... The English Roses Friends for Life! Publisher Puffin Author Madonna Co-author - Illustration Jeffrey Fulvimari Pages 96 (83+13. 13 September 2 ... The English Roses Goodbye, Grace? Publisher Puffin/Callaway Author Madonna Co-author Rebecca Gomez Illustration Jeffrey Fulvimari Pages 124/1 ...

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