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Coral Reefs (First Reports: Biomes) by Susan Heinrichs Gray
Deserts (First Reports: Biomes) by Susan Heinrichs Gray
Grasslands (First Reports: Biomes) by Susan Heinrichs Gray
Mountains (First Reports: Biomes) by Susan Heinrichs Gray
Oceans (First Reports: Biomes) by Susan H. Gray
Rain Forests (First Reports: Biomes) by Shirley W. Gray
Tundra (First Reports: Biomes) by Susan Heinrichs Gray
Wetlands (First Reports: Biomes) by Shirley W. Gray

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  8. Asian Holidays (Ethnic Holidays) by Faith Winchester (1996)
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  11. Wetlands (True Books: Earth Science) by Darlene R. Stille (1999)
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  13. The Magic School Bus: All Dried Up: A Book About Deserts by Joanna Cole (1996)
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