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Libraries Let's Find Books! - cover

Libraries Let's Find Books!

Mary Walsh

Publisher: Mary Walsh

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Summary

Sam is a little boy who learns how to find his way around a library – and – he discovers how useful a library can be! 
 
Simply written and beautifully illustrated this book will help children and young scholars understand library layout and classification and so feel 'at home' in a library. 

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