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France: Things to Make, Activities, Facts (Country Topics for Craft…
by Anita Ganeri
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Amazon.com Product Description (ISBN 053115274X, Paperback)This title on France forms part of a series which examines different countries through the eyes of a recent immigrant. The text is accompanied by photographs and maps.
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