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Product NameThe Usborne Internet-Linked First Encyclopedia Of Our World
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AuthorFelicity Brooks
Page Count64
BindingPaperback
Published06/01/2002
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Long Description-- Why is night dark? What is snow? How do earthquakes happen? What's under the sea?-- These and hundreds of other questions about the world around us are answered in this charming book.-- Simple, easy-to-read text and lively, detailed illustrations introduce the basic concepts of geography to young readers.
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