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New January Titles Starter Set by

Collins Big Cat new January titles starter set The House in the Forest: 978-0-00-746530-9 Star Gazing: 978-0-00-746531-6 Air-sea Rescue: 978-0-00-746532-3 Chocolate: 978-0-00-746533-0 Rapunzel: 978-0-00-746534-7 Anansi Story Collection: 978-0-00-746535-4 Harriet Tubman: 978-0-00-746536-1 Breath: 978-0-00-746537-8 Flash Harriet and the Missing Ostrich Eggs: 978-0-00-746543-9 Jaws and Claws and Things With Wings: 978-0-00-746539-2 Black Holes: 978-0-00-746540-8 The History of Surgery: 978-0-00-746541-5 Great Expectations: 978-0-00-746542-2 The Drawer of Hidden Treasures: 978-0-00-746538-5 Tutankhamun's Tomb: 978-0-00-746544-6 Your Brain: 978-0-00-746545-3 Untitled: 978-0-00-746546-0 The Black Dog: 978-0-00-746547-7 Autobiography: 978-0-00-746548-4 Frederick Douglass: 978-0-00-746549-1 Project Bright Spark: 978-0-00-746550-7 I Have a Dream: 978-0-00-746551-4 My Journey Across the Indian Ocean: 978-0-00-746552-1 How to be a Victorian: 978-0-00-746553-8

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Paperback
Contains 3 Paperbacks
5000 pages
Interest Age: From 4 To 5

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www.collinseducation.com

Publication date

28th January 2013

ISBN

9780007928767


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