Series: The World Almanac for Kids

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The World Almanac for Kids 1996 by Judith S. Levey1996
The World Almanac for Kids 1997 by Judith S. Levey1997
The World Almanac for Kids 1998 by Judith S. Levey1998
The World Almanac for Kids 1999 by Elaine Israel1999
The World Almanac for Kids 2000 by Elaine Israel2000
The World Almanac for Kids 2001 by Elaine Israel2001
The World Almanac for Kids 2002 by Elaine Israel2002
The World Almanac for Kids 2003 by Editors of World Almanac2003
The World Almanac for Kids 2004 by World Almanac2004
The World Almanac for Kids 2005 by The Editors of World Almanac2005
The World Almanac for Kids 2006 by Editors of World Almanac2006
The World Almanac for Kids 2007 by Editors of World Almanac2007
The World Almanac for Kids 2008 by Editors of the World Almanac for Kids2008
The World Almanac for Kids 2009 by World Almanac2009
The World Almanac for Kids 2010 by World Almanac2010
The World Almanac for Kids 2011 by World Almanac2011
The World Almanac for Kids 2012 by Sarah Janssen2012
The World Almanac for Kids UnknownHelp

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  1. Scholastic Kid's Almanac Revised by Scholastic Inc. (2004)
  2. Information Please Kids' Almanac by Alice Siegel (1992)
  3. Scholastic Kid's Almanac for the 21st Century by Elaine Pascoe (1999)
  4. The Old Farmer's Almanac for Kids, Volume 2 by Old Farmer's Almanac (2007)
  5. National Geographic Kids Almanac 2010 by National Geographic (2009)
  6. Scholastic Book Of Lists by Robert Stremme (2003)
  7. Time for Kids Almanac 2005 by Beth Rowen (2004)
  8. Scholastic Book of World Records 2006 by Jenifer Morse (2005)
  9. The World Almanac and Book of Facts 1999 by World Almanac (1998)
  10. Popular Science: Almanac for Kids by Brainpop.com (2004)
  11. Second Kids World Almanac of Records and Facts by Margo McLoone-Basta (1987)
  12. Oh, Yuck! The Encyclopedia of Everything Nasty by Joy Masoff (2000)
  13. Time Almanac 1999 by Borgna Brunner (1998)
  14. Merriam-Webster's Pocket Dictionary by Merriam-Webster (1964)
  15. Guinness World Records 2002 by Antonia Cunningham (2001)

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