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ISBN:030761803X
Author: Jenifer W. Day
ISBN13: 978-0307618030
Title: What Is an Insect? (Child's Golden Science Books)
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Language: English
Publisher: Goldencraft (May 1, 1985)

What Is an Insect? (Child's Golden Science Books) by Jenifer W. Day



What Is an Insect? (Child's Golden Science Books). ISBN 13: 9780307618030. Publication Date: 5/1/1985.

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A honeybee, a June bug, a butterfly, an ant, and other common insects are depicted in well-defined drawings and a brief text