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On the shores of Botany Bay / Bill Scott ; with Betler Moore Associates
Bib ID 2999292
Format BookBook
Author
Scott, Bill, 1923-2005
 
Description Melbourne : Longman Cheshire, 1981 
97 p. : col. ill., music, maps ; 23 cm. 
ISBN 0582660688
Series

Reading 360 Australian content readers ; level 11, bk. 1.

Notes

Map on inside cover.

For children.

Subjects English language. Reading books. For schools.  |  Readers (Primary)
Other authors/contributors Betler Moore Associates

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