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The story of rubbish
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The story of rubbish

Series: Usborne young reading : series two

Format: Hardback

ISBN: 9781409500841

Publication Date: 12 Jan 2009

Subject: Social sciences

Suitable for: Primary (Year 4)

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Looks at how rubbish has been handled throughout history

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Summary

Looks at how rubbish has been handled throughout history

It smells horrible and looks disgusting, but rubbish hasn't always been a problem. Some of it can even be useful. Squelch through its intriguing story, past ancient animal droppings, stinking sewers and dirty nappies. Just remember to hold your nose along the way.

Series two of Usborne Young Reading, combines good stories with easy-reading text and is for readers who are growing in confidence.

Book banded by the publisher, NC level 3A

NOTE : First published under the title The Stinking Story of Rubbish

Contents

p3 In the beginning
p8 Piling up
p19 Industrial waste
p31 Rubbish collection
p36 Plastic problems
p40 What a waste
p50 Useful rubbish
p55 How recycling works

Category
JNF
Subject
Social sciences
Dewey
363.7282
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Full colour illus throughout
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Pub. date
12 Jan 2009
Edition
New
ISBN
9781409500841
Binding
Hardback
Pages
64
Width
130mm
Height
198mm
Weight
220g
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