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The Usborne children's encyclopedia by Jane Elliott, Colin King

By Jane Elliott, Colin King

This CD-ROM and encylopedia make an ideal f irst reference set for either domestic and faculty use. either hide an unlimited scope of knowledge, from Earth, its vegetation and anim als, to its humans and their discoveries '

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