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by Melissa Gish Creative Education
Children and adults alike will enjoy reading about all of the different ways camels have to conserve water or about the history of the wild camels still roaming the earth today.
Children and adults alike will enjoy reading about all of the different ways camels have to conserve water or about the history of the wild camels still roaming the earth today. The book will make a wonderful addition to your home or school, in addition to the other books in the "Living Wild" series.
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Zebras (Living Wild (Hardcover)): ISBN 9781608181735 (978-1-60818-173-5) Creative Education, 2012. Founded in 1997, BookFinder. Coauthors & Alternates. Melissa Gish Creative Education. Learn More at LibraryThing. Melissa Gish at LibraryThing.
This is a work of fiction. Don’t fuck this up, Bullet, or I swear I’ll make your life a living hell. She’s agreed to work with us for a month, and we need her if we’re going to pull this off. The events and characters described herein are imaginary and are not intended to refer to specific places or living persons. The opinions expressed in this manuscript are solely the opinions of the author and do not represent the opinions or thoughts of the publisher. The author has represented and warranted full ownership and/or legal right to publish all the materials in this book. She knows about menus, hiring kitchen staff, and health regulations.
Crocodiles Library Binding – 15 Jul 2009. by Gish Creative Education, Melissa (Author). Library Binding: 46 pages. Publisher: Creative Education (15 July 2009). ISBN-13: 978-1583417386.
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Living Wild: Crocodiles. A look at crocodiles, including their habitats, physical characteristics such as their interlocking teeth, behaviors, relationships with humans, and protected status in the world today. 1. 2. Current institution. Glenville State College.