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American Heritage Student Dictionary
First Picture Dictionary
Price: $19.90Price: $10.32
Author:Author: Scholastic

Contains more than 65,000 entries, including computer and internet terms, accompanied by more than 2,000 color photographs and illustrations.
Would you like to purchase a children's book? The American Heritage Student Dictionary by Houghton Mifflin Company is a good child's dictionary! Written by Houghton Mifflin Company and it was published sometime in 2009 by Houghton Mifflin Harcourt. The children's book is centered on English language and it is considered positive dictionaries, juvenile. At the library the reference number is PE1628.5.A45 2010. This version is the. of the dictionary is 1088 pages long and it has colorfully illustrated maps. Purchase a copy of this book, click on our store link on this page.

Your kids will love this fabulous dictionary by Scholastic. The author is Scholastic and it was published by Cartwheel Books. It was available on bookshelves sometime in 2009. The book is 96 pages long. It's 0.53" Height x 10.72" Length x 8.84" Width. It has a weight of 1.43 lbs. To get your own personal print of this child's dictionary, visit the button.

Manufacturer: Houghton Mifflin HarcourtManufacturer: Cartwheel Books
Part Number:9780547215983Part Number:FBA-|294535
MPN: 9780547215983MPN: FBA-|294535
EAN: 9780547215983EAN:9780545137690
Publication Date: 2009-08-03Publication Date: 2009-06-01
Binding: HardcoverBinding: Hardcover
Pages: 1088Pages: 96
Height: 9.96"Height: 0.53"
Length: 1.5"Length: 10.72"
Width: 8.19"Width: 8.84"
Weight: 4.29 lbs.Weight: 1.43 lbs.
Package Height: 1.5"Package Height: 0.5"
Package Length: 11"Package Length: 10.5"
Package Width: 8.6"Package Width: 8.9"
Package Weight: 4.35 lbs.Package Weight: 1.45 lbs.
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