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earth and sky by Jean-Pierre Verdet

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Published by Scholastic Inc. in New York .
Written in English



  • Earth,
  • Solar system,
  • Earth.,
  • Solar system.


  • Earth -- Juvenile literature.,
  • Solar system -- Juvenile literature.,
  • Earth.,
  • Solar system.

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About the Edition

An introduction to the sun, moon, solar system, and different aspects of the earth.

Edition Notes

Translation of: La terre et le ciel.

Statementcreated by Gallimard Jeunesse and Jean-Pierre Verdet ; illustrated by Sylvaine Perols.
SeriesA First discovery book
ContributionsPerols, Sylvaine, ill., Galimard Jeunesse.
LC ClassificationsQB631.4 .V4713 1992
The Physical Object
Pagination1 v. (unpaged) :
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL1560776M
ISBN 100590452681
LC Control Number91042044

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