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by Brian (illustrator) Schatell,Vicki Cobb

  • Author: Brian (illustrator) Schatell,Vicki Cobb
  • ISBN: 0397319762
  • ISBN13: 978-0397319763
  • ePub: 1806 kb | FB2: 1980 kb
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: J. B. Lippincott; 1ST edition (1982)
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Fuzz Does It! ePub download

Cobb, Vicki; Schatell, Brian, il.

Cobb, Vicki; Schatell, Brian, ill. Publication date.

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Describes plant and animal fibers and how they are used to create a variety of textiles. ISBN13:9780397319763.

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The illustrations by Brian Schatell were in two colors, orange and green .

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