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Something to Share Hb

Book Description
The result of over three years' work at the University of Warwick, this series teaches primary-school pupils about the major religions through a study of the families and religious traditions of specific children in Britain. Each of the books focuses on real children from the Christian, Muslim, Jewish or Buddhist community, and shows aspects of each child's daily life, including customs and tradit... More
Book Information
BindingHardcover (18 editions)
Reading LevelUncategorized
# of Pages24
Publication Date10/03/1994
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About Margaret Barratt (Author) : Margaret Barratt is a published author. Some of the published credits of Margaret Barratt include Meeting Christians: Evaluation Pack (Bridges to Religions).
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