The Wheat We Eat

The Wheat We Eat
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ISBN10: 
0516212125
ISBN13: 
9780516212128
Pages: 
32
Published: 
September 1st 1999 by Children's Press(CT)
Rating: 
3.38

This series meets National Curriculum Standards for: Science: Life Science. Social Studies: Production, Distribution, & Consumption

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