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001 1811488$
008 160414s2017 onca p 000 1 eng $
016 $a20169025764$
020 $a1771387289$
020 $a9781771387286$
035 $a3081033$
040 $aCaOONL$beng$erda$cCaOONL$
041 1 $aeng$hfre$
055 0 $aPZ7 C349$bLa 2017$
082 04 $aJP$
100 1 $aChabbert, Ingrid,$
245 14 $aThe last tree /$cwritten by Ingrid Chabbert ; illustrated by Guridi.$
264 1 $aToronto, ON :$bKids Can Press,$c2017.$
300 $a1 volume (unpaged) :$bcolour illustrations$
336 $atext$btxt$2rdacontent$
336 $astill image$bsti$2rdacontent$
337 $aunmediated$bn$2rdamedia$
338 $avolume$bnc$2rdacarrier$
500 $aTranslation of: Le dernier arbre.$
520 $aA young boy and his friend find a tiny tree growing amid the concrete of their city. When they find out that a construction project is going to be located where the tree is, they dig it up and transplant it outside of the city.$
541 $aLSC$h18.95$
650 $aFriendship$vJuvenile fiction.$
650 $aCities and towns$vJuvenile fiction.$
650 $aTrees$vJuvenile fiction.$
650 $aNature$xEffect of human beings on$vJuvenile fiction.$
650 $aNature conservation$vJuvenile fiction.$
700 1 $aNieto Guridi, Raúl,$d1970-$
949 $csmjp$tsmjc$zr$nsma$
949 $cjp$tjc$zr$nstr$
949 0 $dJP Chabb$cjp$b33028007280193$zt$tjc$nstr$p18.95$
949 $dJP Chabb$csmjp$b32028013353985$zt$tsmjc$nsma$p18.95$

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