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The Golden Book Encyclopedia, Book 1: Aaron to Antiseptic by Golden Books01
The Golden Book Encyclopedia, Book 2: Apache Indians to Berries by Golden Books02
The Golden Book Encyclopedia, Book 3: Bhutan to Cave Dweller by Golden Books03
The Golden Book Encyclopedia, Book 4: Cell to Computer by Golden Books04
The Golden Book Encyclopedia, Book 5: Concerto to Dynamite by Golden Books05
The Golden Book Encyclopedia, Book 6: Eagle to Eye by Golden Books06
The Golden Book Encyclopedia, Book 7: Fable to Furniture by Golden Books07
The Golden Book Encyclopedia, Book 8: Gabon to Heredity by Golden Books08
The Golden Book Encyclopedia, Book 9: Hibernation to Ivory Coast by Golden Books09
The Golden Book Encyclopedia, Book 10: Jackson to Lynx by Golden Books10
The Golden Book Encyclopedia, Book 11: Macao to Milky Way by Golden Books11
The Golden Book Encyclopedia, Book 12: Mineral to Nevada by Golden Books12
The Golden Book Encyclopedia, Book 13: New Brunswick to Ozark Mountains by Golden Books13
The Golden Book Encyclopedia, Book 14: Pacific Islands to Population by Golden Books14
The Golden Book Encyclopedia, Book 15: Porcupine to Rocky Mountains by Golden Books15
The Golden Book Encyclopedia, Book 16: Rodent to Snow by Golden Books16
The Golden Book Encyclopedia, Book 17: Soap to Syria by Golden Books17
The Golden Book Encyclopedia, Book 18: Taft to Utah by Golden Books18
The Golden Book Encyclopedia, Book 19: Vaccine to Wizard of Oz by Golden Books19
The Golden Book Encyclopedia, Book 20: Wolf to Zoology - Index by Golden Books20
The Golden Book Encyclopedia: Volumes 1-20 by Golden Booksset

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Series description

"The Golden Book Encyclopedia is a set of children's encyclopedias published by Western Printing and Lithographing Company under the name Golden Press.
See Wikipedia page for more information.

1988 Edition
V. 1 Aaron to Antiseptic
V. 2 Apache Indians to Berries
V. 3 Bhutan to Cave dweller
V. 4 Cell to Computer
V. 5 Concert to Dynamite
V. 6 Eagle to Eye
V. 7 Fable to Furniture
V. 8 Gabon to Heredity
V. 9 Hibernation to Ivory Coast
V. 10 Jackson to Lynx
V. 11 Macao to Milky Way
V. 12 Mineral to Nevada
V. 13 New Brunswick to Ozark Moutnains
V. 14 Pacific Islands to Population
V. 15 Porcupine to Rocky Mountains
V. 16 Rodent to Snow
V. 17 Soap to Syria
V. 18 Taft to Utah
V. 19 Vaccine to Wizard of Oz
V. 20 Wolf to Zoology – Index

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