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By Emma E. Haldy,Jeff Bane

The My Itty-Bitty Bio sequence are biographies for the earliest readers. This e-book examines the lifetime of Amelia Earhart in an easy, age-appropriate approach that might aid little ones strengthen be aware reputation and examining talents. incorporates a timeline and different informative backmatter.

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