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by S. M. Maimone
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Harvesters by S. M. Maimone

After the crops are grown, it's harvest time. On large farms, this is a huge job. Luckily, there are some huge machines to help out. Harvesters are devices that pick crops and sometimes even sort the parts of the plant we use from those we don't. Readers will enjoy learning about these ingenious farm machines almost as much as they'll love seeing them at work in the field in the bright photos of this fun volume.

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Ebook Details
Pages: 24
Size: 34.0 MB
Publisher: Gareth Stevens
Date published:   2016
ISBN: 9781482445770 (DRM-PDF)

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