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Police working Animals
Police Cars
Price: $25.65 Price: $40.78
Author: Jim Mezzanotte Author: Cynthia Roberts


"Describes animals, such as dogs and horses, which work with police in such areas as search-and-rescue, tracking criminals, and sniffing out explosives"--Provided by publisher.
I need to reveal to you a great book called Police. The author is Jim Mezzanotte and the publisher is Benchmark Books (NY). The was available in September of 2010. The library binding children's book is focused on Animals in police work and is perceived as great juvenile literature. The book has 64 pages and it has colorfully illustrated pages. It accentuates Vocational guidance, Police horses and Police dogs, add to cart by clicking on the hyperlink below.


Kids love Police Cars. The author is Cynthia Roberts and it is published by Child's World. The children's book went on sale sometime in 2007. The book is all about Police vehicles and it is considered first-rate juvenile literature. The book is 24 pages long and it provides quite a few beautifully colored illustrations. To obtain your very own copy of this book for your children, click on the shopping cart add to cart button on this page.

Manufacturer: Benchmark Books (NY) Manufacturer: Child's World
ISBN: 1608701662 ISBN: 1592968341
EAN: 9781608701667 EAN: 9781592968343
SKU: BKTL9781608701667 SKU: CW6A038
Publication Date: 2010-09-01 Publication Date: 2007-01-01
Binding: Library Binding Binding: Library Binding
Pages: 64 Pages: 24
Height: 0.46" Height: 0.3"
Length: 10.14" Length: 8.36"
Width: 7.94" Width: 9.76"
Weight: 0.94 lbs. Weight: 0.57 lbs.
Package Height: 0.5" Package Height: 0.3"
Package Length: 10.2" Package Length: 9.6"
Package Width: 7.9" Package Width: 8.1"
Package Weight: 0.95 lbs. Package Weight: 0.55 lbs.
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