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Title: ANIMAL LIFE CYCLES
Format: Paperback


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Product ID: K200010627
Pub. date: 11 January, 2006
Pages: 32
Description: A series that helps readers understand some of the natural phenomena in the world around them. It introduces patterns and cycles that take place in nature, using a range of examples from around the world. It explores the affects of these processes in a child-friendly way, and features diagrams with labels and colour photography.
Reader Age: From 5 To 7
Key Stage: UK School Key Stage 1
Illustrations: colour photos

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