3 edition of The Books Across the Sea Library in the United States found in the catalog.
The Books Across the Sea Library in the United States
|Series||ACRL microcard series -- 80.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||vi, 80 leaves|
|Number of Pages||80|
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At that time there was a ban on the import and export of non-essential goods into Britain to free-up shipping space for more essential goods. In this book, a young American boy sends post cards to his cousin in Australia. Early readers can follow the large font and delightful illustrations as they try to spot the similarities and differences between homes, holidays, and schools in the United States and in Australia.
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If you are an author or a publisher, do tell me about upcoming releases. If you are a reader, I promise to have these titles in the sea library sooner or later. Jūras grāmatas, kuras gaidāmas drīzumā! Ja esi autors vai izdevējs, dod ziņu, ko te pievienot. Ja.