Children"s response to story in illustrated and non-illustrated text at three grade levels

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  • Picture books for children.,
  • Illustrated children"s books.

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Statementby Lynette Joy Hehn Hill.
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Paginationxii, 195 leaves, bound ;
Number of Pages195
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Open LibraryOL16894366M

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