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The Bizarre Life Cycle of a Kangaroo


Book Description
The Bizarre Life Cycle of a Kangaroo is for Ages 4-8. The Bizarre Life Cycle of a Kangaroo was written by Barbara M. Linde. The Bizarre Life Cycle of a Kangaroo was published by Gareth Stevens Publishing.
Book Information
PublisherGareth Stevens Publishing
BindingLibrary Binding (2 editions)
Reading LevelAges 4-8
# of Pages24
ISBN-101433970473
ISBN-13978-1433970474
Publication Date08/01/2012
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About Barbara M. Linde (Author) : Barbara M. Linde is a published author of children's books and young adult books. Some of the published credits of Barbara M. Linde include Olympic Wrestling (Great Moments in Olympic History), Managi... more
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