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Author: Corinne Stockley / Chris Oxlade / Jane WertheimAuthor: Merriam-Webster

The Usborne Illustrated Dictionary Of Science (usborne Illustrated Dictionaries) is a must own book. Written by Corinne Stockley / Chris Oxlade / Jane Wertheim and it was published on the 1st of June, 2007 by Usborne Books. The child's book is 382 pages long. Let yourself be absorbed within this child's book. Picture yourself as the major figure, thinking about and also struggling to find the answers in the process.


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: Usborne BooksManufacturer: Merriam-Webster
Part Number:518479Part Number:FBA-|302782
MPN: 518479MPN: FBA-|302782
Publication Date: 2007-06-01Publication Date: 1999-01-01
Binding: PaperbackBinding: Paperback
Pages: 382Pages: 816
Height: 1.47"Height: 8.46"
Length: 9.66"Length: 5.79"
Width: 7.01"Width: 1.73"
Weight: 3.13 lbs.Weight: 1.54 lbs.
Package Height: 1.4"Package Height: 1.9"
Package Length: 9.4"Package Length: 8.2"
Package Width: 6.7"Package Width: 5.5"
Package Weight: 3 lbs.Package Weight: 1.6 lbs.
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