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Title: CAN AN OLD DOG LEARN NEW TRICKS?
By: Buffy Silverman, Colin W. Thompson (Illus)
Format: Paperback

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ISBN 10: 0761368736
ISBN 13: 9780761368731
Publisher: LERNER PUBLISHING GROUP
Pub. date: 1 February, 2011
Series: Is That a Fact?
Pages: 40
Illustrations: full colour illustrations and photogrpahs
Publication: US
Imprint: Lerner Books
Returns: Non-returnable
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