In this work, Robert E. Brown applies the fruits of modern historical scholarship toward an understanding of Beard's groundbreaking and controversial work. With a perspective of forty years, Brown attempts to separate the valid from the bogus in this work.
Olivia, Ian, and Julian decide to create a backyard parade. Francine is invited to join in, but she decides to create her own parade instead. It's up to Olivia to convince Francine that one big, fabulous parade is better than two medium-sized parades!
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