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About Ian Smith

Ian Smith is a published author of children's books and young adult books. Some of the published credits of Ian Smith include What's in the Sky?, How Does It Grow?, What's in the Sky?, and Seasons (QEB Start Talking).
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Published Works by Ian Smith
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1. Seasons (QEB Start Talking) (Library Binding)
    Author: Ian Smith
    Publisher: QEB Publishing
? 08/2004
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2. How Does It Grow? from Seed to Sunflower (QEB Start Writing) (Library Bi...
    Author: Ian Smith
    Publisher: Creative Company
? 08/2004
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3. Emily and the Intergalactic Lemonade Stand (Paperback)
    Author: Ian Smith, Tyson Smith
    Publisher: SLG Publishing
YA 07/13/2004
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4. Better, worse or different? A critique of `Using language policies to hi...
    Author: Ian Smith, S. Gopinathan
    Publisher: Australian Council for Educational Research
? 04/01/2000
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5. Rock Climbing Hb (Extreme Sports) (Paperback)
    Author: Ian Smith
    Publisher: Franklin Watts Ltd
? 04/30/1998
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