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Series: Young People's Illustrated Encyclopedia

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Young People's Illustrated Encyclopedia Volume 01: Aborigine - Artesian Well by D S: Entwistle C J Sehbai Tunney, A T H Rowland;1
Young People's Illustrated Encyclopedia Volume 02: Arthur to Bird by C. J. Tunney2
Young People's Illustrated Encyclopedia Volume 03: Birds of Prey to Cartier by C. J. Tunney3
Young People's Illustrated Encyclopedia Volume 04: Carver to Confucius by C. J. Tunney4
Young People's Illustrated Encyclopedia Volume 05: Congo to Dry Farming by C. J. Tunney5
Young People's Illustrated Encyclopedia Volume 07: Filter to Geyser by C. J. Tunney7
Young People's Illustrated Encyclopedia Volume 08: Ghana to Horse by C. J. Tunney8
Young People's Illustrated Encyclopedia Volume 09: Hospital to Jazz by C. J. Tunney9
Young People's Illustrated Encyclopedia Volume 11: London to Molecule by C. J. Tunney11
Young People's Illustrated Encyclopedia Volume 12: Mollusk to New York by C. J. Tunney12
Young People's Illustrated Encyclopedia Volume 13 by Tunney Sehbai Entwistle And Cooke13
Young People's Illustrated Encyclopedia Volume 14 by Tunney Sehbai Entwistle And Cooke14
Young People's Illustrated Encyclopedia Volume 15 by Tunney Sehbai Entwistle And Cooke15
Young People's Illustrated Encyclopedia Volume 16: Roman Empire to Shipbuilding by C. J. Tunney16
Young People's Illustrated Encyclopedia Volume 17: Shoes to Squirrel by C. J. Tunney17
Young People's Illustrated Encyclopedia Volume 18: Stained Glass to Toad by C. J. Tunney18
Young People's Illustrated Encyclopedia Volume 19: Tobacco to Venice by C. J. Tunney19
Young People's Illustrated Encyclopedia Volume 20 by Tunney Sehbai Entwistle And Cooke20

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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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