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100 Most Dangerous Things on the Planet
RRP*: $10.99
Binding
Paperback
ISBN13
9781741691429
Pages
128
Dimensions
132 x 233 x 0mm
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Description

What to Do if It Happens to You! In this exciting book, children learn how to face and survive the most dangerous or disastrous things that could possibly happen to them. From natural disasters to dangerous weather, from the dangers of getting lost in the wild to fighting off dangerous animals, any child can imagine the special skills theyll need to combat 100 real-life dramas.

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