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Cuba and Jamaica
Bib ID 1840497
Format BookBook
Description South Melbourne : Macmillan, 1988 
31 p. : col. ill., col. map ; 26 cm. 
ISBN 0333477308
Series

New world library.

Notes

Includes index.

"A project developed by Clifford Education in association with Rex Marshall-Radcliffe'.

Text on lining papers.

For primary school students.

Subjects Cuba -- Juvenile literature.  |  Jamaica -- Juvenile literature.
Other authors/contributors Marshall-Radcliffe, Rex

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