Australia (Step into). Published June 3, 1999 by Heinemann Library.
Australia (Step into).
Learn all of this and more without ever leaving home. Clear text, color photographs, detailed maps, and interesting fact files give primary readers an accurate glimpse into life in each country, including the opportunity to visit real families in both urban and rural settings.
Venture into the unknown on a very special voyag. Fred. On these unique sailings, an electric atmosphere and sense of anticipation builds from the moment you step foot on board your smaller, friendlier ship, as whispers and theories about which destinations might pop up on your horizon spread amongst your fellow travellers. You’ll have to wait to find out each day whether your Captain is guiding you to somewhere you’ve always wanted to visit, or an undiscovered gem, but you can be sure that your holiday will be one to remember for years to come.
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James Fred Rippy (27 October 1892 in Nubia, Tennessee – 10 February 1977) was an American professor, author, and historian of Latin America and American diplomacy.
James Fred Rippy (27 October 1892 in Nubia, Tennessee – 10 February 1977) was an American professor, author, and historian of Latin America and American diplomacy. J. Fred Rippy grew up on a subsistence farm in Tennessee until a fire destroyed several farm buildings and forced his parents in 1902 to move to Richardson, Texas to live with relatives. He graduated from high school in 1907 and in 1909 entered Southwestern University, where he graduated in 1913.
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Author: Fred Martin
Subcategory: Australia & South Pacific
Publisher: Heinemann Library (July 28, 1998)
Pages: 32 pages
ePUB size: 1286 kb
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