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eBook Kangaroos and Koalas: What They Have in Common (Animals in Order) ePub

by Jose Gonzales,Stephen Savage,Erin Pembrey Swan

  • ISBN: 0531115933
  • Category: Animals
  • Subcategory: For Children
  • Author: Jose Gonzales,Stephen Savage,Erin Pembrey Swan
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Franklin Watts (March 1, 2000)
  • ePub book: 1502 kb
  • Fb2 book: 1743 kb
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  • Rating: 4.6
  • Votes: 789

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Jose Gonzales (Illustrator/-in) Stephen Savage (Illustrator/-in) Erin Pembrey Swan.

Swan, Erin Pembrey; Gonzales, José, illustrator; Savage, Stephen, 1965 .

Swan, Erin Pembrey; Gonzales, José, illustrator; Savage, Stephen, 1965- illustrator.

Erin Pembrey Swan is a published author of children's books.

Camels and Pigs: What They Have in Common. India (Enchantment of the World.

by Erin Pembrey Swan. Publisher: Scholastic Library Pub. Publish date: 09/01/2000. All (3). New (2). More (1). Seller.

Kangaroos and koalas : what they have in common, Erin Pembrey Swan ;. Authors. Swan, Erin Pembrey author. Publication Information. Diprotodontia - Juvenile literature. Savage, Stephen, 1965-. Diprotodontia Juvenile literature.

Kangaroos & Koalas book. This Series meets National Curriculum Standard for: Science: Life Science. 0531115933 (ISBN13: 9780531115930).

What does a huge animal hopping across the plains have in common with a round, furry creature nibbling leaves high in the treetops? The Physical Object.

com's Erin Pembrey Swan Page and shop for all Erin Pembrey Swan books. by Erin Pembrey Swan and Jose Gonzales. Check out pictures, bibliography, and biography of Erin Pembrey Swan. by Erin Pembrey Swan. Other Formats:Mass Market Paperback.

The kangaroo is a marsupial that is indigenous to Australia and the Indonesian island of New Guinea

The kangaroo is a marsupial that is indigenous to Australia and the Indonesian island of New Guinea. Anonymous "they are amazing". leora "was that tiny thing on the news a kangaroo. The one that was rescued from dying in the sun recently?" yves. Lexie s "Really gave me lots of information".

Describes the physical characteristics and behavior of fourteen species of diprotodonts, a primarily herbivorous order of marsupials, including possums, koalas, kangaroos, wallabies, and wombats.

Comments

Friert Friert
The photos in this book make it a darling read! The text is well-written, to go along with the wonderful photos! Highly recommend!
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