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Who Is The World For?

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Chinese edition of "Who is the World for?" The question was asked by the bear, the lion, the hippo, the whale, the rabbit, the owl, and the baby boy!- 29 pages, Chinese phonics, HC
Paperback, 30 pages
Published December 3rd 2001 by Walker Books Ltd (first published November 1st 1900)
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This is a pictorial book about different types of animals. In each case, about a parent and their young: bears, lions, hippos, whales, hares and owls. It is also about a boy and his father.

Whether on the plains of Africa or in the deepest ocean, worldwide, each youngster asks the same question, 'Who is the World for?' In every case the parent responds with their own view of the world, but they all ultimately finish with the same answer: ‘The World is for You’.

This delightful book with its water
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Tom Pow was born in Edinburgh in 1950. Primarily a poet, several of his collections have won awards and three of his poetry collections have been short-listed for Scottish Book of the Year. Most recently, Dear Alice – Narratives of Madness (Salt Publishing) won the poetry category in the Scottish Mortgage Investment Trust’s Scottish Book Awards in 2009. He has also written young adult novels, pict ...more
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