Series: Känn Ditt Land

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Svenska kartor by Margareta Elg1
Svenska ortnamn by Karin Calissendorff2
Spår efter isen by Lars-Erik Åse3
Åsen by Karin Calissendorff4
Runstenar by Sven B. F. Jansson5
Mineral och bergarter by Sven Laufeld6
Känn ditt land. Nr 7: Svenska träd by Lars-Gunnar Bråvander7
Utvandringen by Ralph Scander8
Känn ditt land. Nr 9: Göta kanal by Ing-Marie Munktell9
Känn ditt land. Nr 10: Jordbruksbygd by Ulf Sporrong10
Känn ditt land. Nr 11: Partier och väljare by Olof Petersson11
Svenska frimärken by Ingrid Florén12
Känn ditt land. Nr 13: Böcker och bibliotek by Ulla Ehrensvärd13
Känn ditt land. Nr 14: Känn ditt vatten by Malin Falkenmark14
Känn ditt land. Nr 15: Gotska Sandön, Blå Jungfrun by Sven Laufeld15
Känn ditt land nr 17 : Svenska Pengar by Lars O. Lagerqvist17
Invandrarnas svenska historia by Arne Järtelius19

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Also avoid publisher series, unless the publisher has a true monopoly over the "works" in question. So, the Dummies guides are a series of works. But the Loeb Classical Library is a series of editions, not of works.


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