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Let's Learn English Picture Dictionary The Merriam-webster And Garfield Dictionary
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Lets Learn English Picture Dictionary
And Garfield Dictionary
Price: $6.46 Price: $1.74
Author: Marlene Goodman Author: Merriam-Webster

Kids love Let's Learn English Picture Dictionary. The author is Marlene Goodman and it was published on the 31st of January, 2003 by McGraw-Hill. The child's dictionary is concerning Picture dictionaries, English and it is perceived as positive juvenile literature. The children's book is 80 pages long and it has colorfully illustrated pages, add to cart by selecting the weblink below.


Merriam-webster And Garfield Dictionary by Merriam-Webster is an awesome dictionary. Written by Merriam-Webster and it was published sometime in January of 1999 by Merriam-Webster. The dictionary is 816 pages long and it is packed with black and white pictures. combines the text of a Merriam-Webster dictionary with a collection of Jim Davis's Garfield cartoon strips carefully selected for the ways they illustrated the use of language. The child's book also highlights Garfield, click on the weblink below.

Manufacturer: McGraw-Hill Manufacturer: Merriam-Webster
ISBN: 0071408223 ISBN: 0877796262
Part Number: FBA-|296546 Part Number: FBA-|302782
Model: FBA-|296546 Model:
MPN: FBA-|296546 MPN: FBA-|302782
UPC: 639785411024 UPC:
EAN: 9780071408226 EAN: 9780877796268
SKU: ACOM-INT_book_new_0071408223 SKU: 1101116045
Publication Date: 2003-01-31 Publication Date: 1999-01-01
Binding: Hardcover Binding: Paperback
Pages: 80 Pages: 816
Height: 12.17" Height: 8.46"
Length: 8.98" Length: 5.79"
Width: 0.39" Width: 1.73"
Weight: 1.28 lbs. Weight: 1.54 lbs.
Package Height: 0.4" Package Height: 1.9"
Package Length: 12.1" Package Length: 8.2"
Package Width: 9.2" Package Width: 5.5"
Package Weight: 1.2 lbs. Package Weight: 1.6 lbs.
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