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Corduroy Novelties Study Guide
Encyclopedia Of Infant And Toddlers
Price: $10.00Price: $12.93
Author: Don FreemanAuthor:
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Written by Don Freeman and it was published on the 1st of January, 1991 by Learning Links. The kids book has 16 pages. The kids book is 10.14"H x 0.2"L x 8.17"W. It has a weight of 0.2 lbs. Allow yourself to end up being immersed inside this book. Acquire a copy of this book, click on the shopping cart add to shopping cart button below.

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The author is Charner, Kathy. and it was published on the 1st of September, 2006 by Gryphon House. If you find yourself within the library you can likely look it up using the Dewey Decimal number, LB1139.35.A37 E53 2006. The kids book has 192 pages and it is filled with artwork. GH13614. We would like for you to get the best price when acquiring a kids book.

Features:Features:
  • 192 pages
  • Paperback
  • Author: Kathy Charner
Manufacturer: Learning LinksManufacturer: Gryphon House
ISBN:0881225886ISBN:087659013X
Part Number:Part Number:9780876590133
MPN:MPN: 9780876590133
EAN:9780881225884EAN: 9780876590133
SKU:21587487SKU:ACAMP_book_usedgood_087659013X
Publication Date: 1991-01-01Publication Date: 2006-09-01
Binding: PaperbackBinding: Paperback
Pages: 16Pages: 192
Min. Age:Min. Age: 1 months
Height: 10.14"Height: 10.75"
Length: 0.2"Length: 0.71"
Width: 8.17"Width: 8.27"
Weight: 0.2 lbs.Weight: 0.58 lbs.
Package Height: 0.2"Package Height: 0.7"
Package Length: 10.7"Package Length: 10.9"
Package Width: 8.2"Package Width: 8.4"
Package Weight: 0.25 lbs.Package Weight: 1.5 lbs.
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