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Stuck on History: The Story of Australia in Stamps

Stuck on History: The Story of Australia in Stamps (Paperback)

By Miles, Chris

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Australia's history is bought to life through the wonderful world of stamps. Companion volume to 'Who's on the Money?', and an excellent project resource. Features include contents page, glossary, index and reference information. Age 7+.

ISBN 9781742030333
Barcode 9781742030333
Published 1 April 2008 by Walker Books Australia
Format Paperback
Series Our Stories
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ISBN-13 9781742030333
ISBN-10 1742030335
Stock Available
Status In stock at publisher; ships 6-12 working days
Publisher Walker Books Australia
Imprint Black Dog Books
Publication Date 1 April 2008
Publication Country Australia Australia
Format Paperback
Author(s) By Miles, Chris
Series Our Stories
Category History
Quizzes & Games and Hobbies
Australian & Pacific History
Number of Pages 48
Dimensions Width: 210mm
Height: 295mm
Spine: 3mm
Weight 230g
Interest Age 7-9 years
Reading Age 7-9 years
NBS Text Children's General Interest & Leisure
ONIX Text Children/juvenile
Dewey Code 769.56994
Catalogue Code NZ505349

Description of this Book

This history of Australian stamps is part of the award-winning non-fiction Our Stories series for kids. Fascinating things you need to know are trapped in the coloured squares stuck in the corners of our letters. Chris Miles - author of Who's on the Money? - gets stuck into Australia's exciting history through our stamps.

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Awards, Reviews & Star Ratings

NZ Review A great book for young people interested in the history of Australia. Or for people who collects stamps and like to know a bit more about Australian History. Children (and adults) will love to read this book as it is colourful, and interesting. -- Tinyde * goodreads *

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Author's Bio

Chris Miles holds a Bachelor of Commerce degree, but soon after graduating he made the economically dubious but spiritually fulfilling decision to become a writer and not an accountant. Strangely, his first book was about money.

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