Oxford First Encyclopedia (2009) by Andrew Langley
  

Oxford First Encyclopedia (2009)

Written by Andrew Langley
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Oxford First Encyclopedia (2009) by Andrew Langley

Starting with their own body and how it works, children soon become interested in other people, the Earth with all its animals and plants, and beyond to science, technology and the wonders of the universe. The books is comprised of seven sections covering the topics, My Body, People and Places, The Arts, The Earth, Animals and Plants, Science and Technology and The Universe. It is ideal for young readers who are curious about the world they live in.

About the Author

Andrew Langley is an author of hundreds of children's books and has focused his writing on educational resources.

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Format

Paperback
144 pages

Author

Andrew Langley
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Publisher

Oxford University Press

Publication date

3rd September 2009

ISBN

9780199119950


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