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First Step Nonfiction - Animal Traits. Provides a simple introduction to the different types of wings, including the wings of a bird, bee, bat, and owl. show more. By (author) Melanie Mitchell. For ages 6-8. Format Paperback 8 pages. Dimensions 203 x 241 x . 2mm 2. 2g. Publication date 01 Jan 2006. Publisher Lerner Publishing Group. Publication City/Country Minneapolis, United States.
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