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Editorial Sigmar S.A.C.I., 1994 - Juvenile Fiction - 18 pages
From the creators of the popular Eyewitness Books comes this series. which is designed to teach young children basic concepts. Color photographs of everyday objects such as toys, food, and articles of clothing are arranged together to illustrate each subject. For example, a chocolate bar and a shoebox represent rectangles, grapes and a frog represent green, and so on. Text copyright 2004 Lectorum Publications, Inc.

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About the author (1994)

Stephen Oliver grew up in Brooklyn-west, Wellington, New Zealand. He has travelled extensively and up until recently lived in Australia for 20 years. Previous to his collaboration with Matt Ottley on King Hit, his most recent collection of poetry is Either Side the Horizon (Titus Books, Auckland/Sydney, 2005). He has worked in the broadcasting industry in Australia and New Zealand, freelancing as production voice, newsreader, feature writer, copywriter, producer, etc.

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