Guidance and Counselling

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BIBLIOGRAPHIES OF FIVE BOOKS IN THE THREE LIBRARY CLASSIFICATION SYSTEMS.

Namely: APA, MLA (Turibian) and 2007 7th Ed. Harvard.

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Kavanaugh, Patrick. The Spritual Lives of great Composers. United States of America: Sparrow Press, 1991.

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Mbaya, Margaret. Bringing Up Positive Teenagers: In a Negative World. Nairobi, Kenya: Flame Keepers Publishing. 2009.

Mbaya, M. 2009. Bringing Up Positive Teenagers: In a Negative World. Nairobi, Kenya: Flame Keepers Publishing.

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