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Southwest (21st Century Basic Skills Library: Level 3) by Helen Foster James

By Helen Foster James

Books within the open air Explorers sequence introduce kids to the explicit US nearby crops, animals, panorama, climate, and geography via a enjoyable nature hike. This e-book reports the Southwest (Arizona, New Mexico, Oklahoma, and Texas). vivid, colourful photographs will preserve young children engaged as they know about the good outside within the usa. thesaurus, index, and bibliography are included.

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