Poems for magic seasons
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Poems for magic seasons by Alec Allinson

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Published by Nelson in London .
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  • Children"s poetry.

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Edition Notes

Statement(compiled by) Alec Allinson, Beverley Allinson.
SeriesNelson language stimulus programme
ContributionsAllinson, Beverley.
LC ClassificationsPN6110.C4
The Physical Object
Pagination(2),48p. :
Number of Pages48
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL14953891M
ISBN 100174242727

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