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Chocolate : how it saved a life, built a city and conquered the world / Natalie Jane Prior ; illustrated by Karen Carter
Bib ID 1826382
Format BookBook [text, image, volume]
Author
Prior, Natalie Jane, 1963- , author
 
Description Sydney, NSW : Hodder Children's Books Australia, 2000 
©2000 
59 pages : illustrations (some in colour) ; 26 cm. 
ISBN 0733610587
Series

Prior, Natalie Jane, 1963- Ubiquitous things.

Kerry White collection of Australian children's books.

Notes

Includes index.

Primary school age.

Cited In

White, v. 3, 11674

Subjects Chocolate -- Juvenile literature.
Other authors/contributors Carter, Karen, illustrator  |  Prior, Natalie Jane, 1963-

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