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Know about the writers of well known kid's tales with the 'Who Wrote That?' sequence. each one ebook offers the lowdown on a well-liked writer, explaining their motivations and directory the books and characters they've got created. 'Did You Know?' packing containers spotlight attention-grabbing evidence concerning the authors.
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