Kingfisher First Dictionary by John Grisewood
  

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Kingfisher First Dictionary by John Grisewood

?The Kingfisher First Dictionary is the ideal introductory dictionary for young children. One thousand five hundred entry words are clearly defined, and each word is used in a sample sentence to reinforce understanding of its usage. Over 1,000 colour photographs and illustrations enhance definitions. Coloured letter sidebars allow children to move quickly through the book to find the page they want.

About the Author

?John Grisewood graduated from Oxford University, England. His early career was in children's magazines. He compiled and edited numerous reference books including The Kingfisher Illustrated Thesaurus and The Kingfisher Illustrated Dictionary.

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Book Info

Format

Paperback
180 pages

Author

John Grisewood
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Publisher

Kingfisher Books Ltd an imprint of Pan Macmillan

Publication date

18th July 2011

ISBN

9780753431825


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