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Pup to Shark

Series: Lifecycles
By: Camilla de la Bédoyère(Author)
24 pages, colour photos
Publisher: QED Publishing
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  • Pup to Shark ISBN: 9781848352261 Paperback Jan 2010 Usually dispatched within 5 days
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  • Pup to Shark ISBN: 9781848351721 Hardback Jun 2009 Out of Print #222875
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From kangaroos and sharks to chickens and sunflowers, each title in this series is packed with facts about a life cycle. Photographs show children the processes that animals and plants go through on their way to being fully grown. This book looks at the life cycle of a shark.

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Series: Lifecycles
By: Camilla de la Bédoyère(Author)
24 pages, colour photos
Publisher: QED Publishing
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