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Activities to help young campers build an awareness of the environment, learn about insect and animal behavior, boost their self-esteem, and learn the basics for fun, successful camping.
Published: Chicago Review Press an imprint of Independent Publishers Group on
ISBN: 9781569767887
List price: $16.99
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