By P.J. Harding
Written and released through P.J. Harding. one other within the 'LOOK booklet' sequence - Your baby will love this straightforward reader and fantastic colour photograph publication of airplanes. every one web page has a photographic snapshot of all types of airplanes from around the globe. the easy textual content is well understood by way of younger pre-readers and straightforward to profit for rising readers.
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Airplanes. A LOOK BOOK Easy Reader by P.J. Harding