5 edition of Mac, Information Detective, in-- the Curious Kids and why dolphins visit Curiosity Creek found in the catalog.
Mac, Information Detective, in-- the Curious Kids and why dolphins visit Curiosity Creek
Marilyn P. Arnone
|Other titles||Curious Kids and why dolphins visit Curiosity Creek, Why dolphins visit Curiousity Creek, Mac, Information Detective, in-- the Curious Kids and why dolphins visit Curiosity Creek :|
|Statement||written by Marilyn P. Arnone, with illustrations by Gerry Stockley ; graphic design by Andrea Reeves.|
|Contributions||Stockley, Gerry, ill.|
|LC Classifications||ZA3080 .A7625 2007|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||1 v. (unpaged) :|
|ISBN 10||1591584981, 1591581877, 1591581958|
|ISBN 10||9781591584988, 9781591581871, 9781591581956|
|LC Control Number||2007051062|
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