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Junior Illustrated English Dictionary and Thesaurus

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Children will boost their writing and speaking skills with this bumper book of words. They will learn new words, find out what they mean, check spellings and discover 50 other ways to say 'nice'. Easy to use and packed with pictures, it's the perfect book to help children with school and homework from age 7 to 11 and well beyond.

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9781474924481

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Nikki grew up in the countryside in a small village called Shrivenham in Oxfordshire. Nikki studied for her illustration degree in Swindon and since graduating in 2006 has illustrated books for children including 1,000 Animals, 1,000 Things to Eat, How to be a Superhero and How to be a Pirate.

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