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Price: $3.37Price: $0.01
Author: Seymour SimonAuthor: Gail Herman

Kids love Volcanoes. Written by Seymour Simon and it was published around May of 2006 by HarperCollins. The paperback children's book is focused on Volcanoes and is considered wonderful juvenile literature. This version is the Rev. ed. of the book has 32 pages and it is made up of colorfully illustrated pictures. The book is 0.12"H x 9.9"L x 10.28"W. It has a weight of 0.36 lbs. To buy a copy at the cheapest price, check out the shopping cart add to cart button.


Children love The Magic School Bus Blows Its Top: A Book About Volcanoes (magic School Bus) - a book about volcanoes by Gail Herman. The author is Gail Herman and the publisher is Scholastic Paperbacks. This child's book was released on the 1st of February, 1996. The child's book is 32 pages long and it provides superbly colored illustrations. Based on the episode from the animated TV series produced by Scholastic Productions, Inc. Based on the Magic School Bus book series written by Joanna Cole and illustrated by Bruce Degen. It talks about Volcanoes.

Manufacturer: HarperCollinsManufacturer: Scholastic Paperbacks
Part Number:FBA-|296247Part Number:FBA-|281838
MPN: FBA-|296247MPN: FBA-|281838
Release Date: 2006-05-23Release Date:
Publication Date: 2006-05-23Publication Date: 1996-02-01
Binding: PaperbackBinding: Paperback
Pages: 32Pages: 32
Height: 0.12"Height: 0.19"
Length: 9.9"Length: 8.06"
Width: 10.28"Width: 8.06"
Weight: 0.36 lbs.Weight: 0.16 lbs.
Package Height: 0.1"Package Height: 0.3"
Package Length: 10"Package Length: 7.8"
Package Width: 9.9"Package Width: 7.7"
Package Weight: 0.35 lbs.Package Weight: 0.2 lbs.
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