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Animals at Colonial Williamsburg (Colonial Williamsburg Board Book)
Animals at Colonial Williamsburg - Colonial Williamsburg Board Book
Author: Barbara Leonard Gibson (Illustrator)
Animals were very important in colonial times. They provided wool for clothing, meat and eggs to eat, and feathers for beds. Larger animals pulled plows, wagons, and carriages. When you visit Colonial Williamsburg's Historic Area, you can see animals living the way they did over two hundred years ago.
ISBN-13: 9780879350925
ISBN-10: 087935092X
Publication Date: 10/1994
Pages: 8
Reading Level: Baby-Preschool
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Publisher: Colonial Williamsburg Foundation
Book Type: Hardcover
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A simple short book of appeal to the very young.
It teaches the words for adult and young animals, ie. puppy and dog.


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