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Dictionary Of Ordinary Extraordinary
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Price: $3.90Price: $19.99
Author: Leslie Jonath / Lisa Mc GuinnessAuthor: Corinne Stockley / Chris Oxlade / Jane Wertheim

Are you looking to pick a dictionary? Order a copy of Ordinary Extraordinary Animals written by Leslie Jonath / Lisa Mc Guinness. The author is Leslie Jonath / Lisa Mc Guinness and it was published sometime in 2011 by Running Press Kids. The hardcover dictionary is mostly about Animals and it is perceived as outstanding encyclopedias, juvenile. The child's book is 128 pages long and it contains marvelously colored illustrations. For more information on this dictionary, check out our affilate add to cart button.


Illustrated Dictionary Of Physics (illustrated Dictionaries) is a must own dictionary. Written by Corinne Stockley / Chris Oxlade / Jane Wertheim and it was published on the 1st of January, 2007 by Usborne Books. The children's book has 128 pages. We would like for you to get the best price and service when acquiring a child's book for your children. Please visit our affilate button.

Manufacturer: Running Press KidsManufacturer: Usborne Books
Part Number:FBA-|289235Part Number:515614
Model: FBA-|289235Model:
MPN: FBA-|289235MPN: 515614
Publication Date: 2011-09-27Publication Date: 2007-01-01
Binding: HardcoverBinding: Paperback
Pages: 128Pages: 128
Height: 8.27"Height: 0.47"
Length: 5.51"Length: 9.6"
Width: 0.91"Width: 7.04"
Weight: 1.85 lbs.Weight: 0.99 lbs.
Package Height: 0.9"Package Height: 0.47"
Package Length: 11.3"Package Length: 9.61"
Package Width: 9"Package Width: 6.85"
Package Weight: 1.7 lbs.Package Weight: 0.97 lbs.
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