Measuring How Big is It? by Jim Pipe, Stewart Ross
  

Synopsis

Measuring How Big is It? by Jim Pipe, Stewart Ross

Introducing early readers to non-fiction. Each book is designed to increase reading fluency and combines a narrative text, accessible language and an easy-to-follow format with an exciting story at the end.

About the Author

A former teacher, Jim Pipe is the author of many books for children. Jim specializes in Early Years readers and has also written books on science, natural history, geography, history and myths and legends. Jim lives and works in Dublin.

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Book Info

Format

Paperback
32 pages

Author

Jim Pipe, Stewart Ross
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Publication date

14th February 2008

ISBN

9780749670306


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