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The prairie community

Book Description
Describes the activities of prairie animals during the year and ways in which the prairie has changed since the days of the Indians and early pioneers.
Book Information
PublisherJ. Messner
BindingUnknown Binding (2 editions)
Reading LevelUncategorized
# of Pages64
Publication Date/1978
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About Kathleen Vyn (Author) : Kathleen Vyn is a published author. Published credits of Kathleen Vyn include Spring in the high Sierras, The prairie community.
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About Elliott Ivenbaum (Illustrator) : Elliott Ivenbaum is a published author. A published credit of Elliott Ivenbaum is Drawing People (How-to-Draw Book).
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