What is a Child?

Beatrice Alemagna
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ISBN: 978-1-84976-412-4

Hard cover book

Children have small hands, small feet and small ears, but that does not mean they have small ideas.

Author: Beatrice Alemagna

Pages: 36

Dimensions: 240 x 340mm

Imprint: Tate Publishing


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