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Democracy!  by Philip Bunting


Philip Bunting

"Democracy! is full of fascinating and engaging information about democracy, and provides young readers with easily digestible information about the importance of their voice. It is filled with handy tips on how to engage in community discussions, from...

The 100% official Piggy survival manual.

The 100% official Piggy survival manual.

"Make it out alive with PIGGY: The Official Guide! This handbook includes everything you need to survive in the terror-filled world of PIGGY! Uncover secrets, master every book and chapter, and learn all there is to know about the world and characters of...

On the tip of a wave  by Joanna Ho

On the tip of a wave

Joanna Ho

"A moving text about the life and work of social activist and artist, Ai Weiwei. Told in...lyrical writing, this story shines a light on Ai Weiwei's journey and focuses on Safe Psasage, his exhibition of thousands of life jackets at the Konzerthaus Berlin....

Dragon lore  by Curatoria (Fictitious character) Draconis

Dragon lore

Curatoria (Fictitious character) Dr...

The wheel of the year  by Fiona (Writer) Cook

The wheel of the year

Fiona (Writer) Cook

"Each "spoke" in The Wheel of the Year marks an important turning point: the winter and summer solstices, the spring and fall equinoxes, and the festivals of seeding, growing, and harvesting that arrive in between. Within each section, enjoy: An overview of...

Ancient night  by David (David O.) Bowles

Ancient night

David (David O.) Bowles

"At the start of things, the elders say, the universe was hushed and still. The moon alone shone bright and round in the star-speckled dark of the sky. David Álvarez is one of the most extraordinary artists working today. His black-and-white illustrations have...

Brothers Grimm  by Valeria Manferto

Brothers Grimm

Valeria Manferto

"The imaginations of children from all over the world have been inhabited by the unforgettable characters of the fairy tales written by the Brothers Grimm, such as Snow White and the Seven Dwarves, the courageous twins Hansel and Gretel, the unfortunate Frog...

The football encyclopedia  by Emily Stead

The football encyclopedia

Emily Stead

"This newly updated edition of The Football Encyclopedia (FIFA) will make you an expert of the most popular game in the world. The pages are brimming with the latest facts, stats and records, plus punchy profiles of the best international teams on the planet,...

Wings, waves & webs  by Robin Mitchell Cranfield

Wings, waves & webs

Robin Mitchell Cranfield

"A visually stunning introduction to patterns found in nature. Perfect for early STEM learning in preschool and kindergarten. From the dots on a ladybug to the spiral on a snail, patterns in nature can be found anywhere. This simple and playful concept book...

Don't panic, it's puberty!  by Anna Claybourne

Don't panic, it's puberty!

Anna Claybourne

"Girls today are learning about and going through puberty at a younger age than ever before. Don't Panic, It's Puberty! offers a positive, reassuring look at the main changes that they will go through during puberty both physically and emotionally - from hair...

Don't panic, it's puberty!  by Tim Collins

Don't panic, it's puberty!

Tim Collins

"A funny, body-positive look at puberty for boys. Boys today are learning about and going through puberty at a younger age than ever before. Don't Panic, It's Puberty! offers a positive, reassuring look at the main changes that they will go through during...

Pets  by Erin Suzanne Kelly


Erin Suzanne Kelly

"Book introduces the reader to different pets"--Publisher's description.

Medical robotics breakthroughs  by Heather E. Schwartz

Medical robotics breakthroughs

Heather E. Schwartz

"From laboratory robots to robotic prosthetics, this exploration of scientific inquiry celebrates the greatest developments to date in medical robotics. Get to know the physicians, scientists, and other researchers responsible for these breakthroughs in...

Vaccine breakthroughs  by Heather E. Schwartz

Vaccine breakthroughs

Heather E. Schwartz

"From the polio vaccine to mRNA vaccines, this exploration of scientific inquiry celebrates the greatest developments in vaccine science. Get to know the scientists responsible for these breakthroughs, and explore science in action.--"--Publisher's...

Painting with Bob Ross for kids  by Doug Hallgren

Painting with Bob Ross for kids

Doug Hallgren

"Young artists can learn to paint just like televisions favorite painter, Bob Ross, with these simple-to-follow lessons! In the officially licensed Painting with Bob Ross for Kids, children discover how to create stunning natural landscapes such as Happy Trees...

A kid's guide to tabletop RPGs  by Gabriel Hicks

A kid's guide to tabletop RPGs

Gabriel Hicks

"An accessible, inclusive guide aimed at helping younger members of the gaming community get in touch with their inner Game Master with practical advice on how to design and share their own games, and create a safe, supportive community, plus a look at the...

Aesop's fables  by Elli Woollard

Aesop's fables

Elli Woollard

"Charmingly retold in rhyming verse, with enchanting illustrations throughout, this is a retelling of a selection of Aesop's Fables. In this wonderfully illustrated collection meet the vain peacock and the wise crane, discover what happens to the boy who cried...

Minecraft mobspotter's encyclopedia  by Tom (Writer on Minecraft) Stone

Minecraft mobspotter's encyclopedia

Tom (Writer on Minecraft) Stone

"It's time for adventure! Discover all there is to know about every mob in Mincraft in the official Mobspotter's Encyclopedia: The Ultimate Guide to the Mobs of Minecraft. You'll meet seven expert guides, who are full of stories of their fun experiences, and...

Poetry prompts  by Joseph Coelho

Poetry prompts

Joseph Coelho

"A compendium of poetry prompts from Joseph Coelho (Children's Laureate 2022-2024). Each fun and engaging prompt for writing a poem helps children discover how to write poems and then read them out loud. This is a book to build confidence and literacy skills...

Rocks and minerals ultimate handbook  by Devin Dennie

Rocks and minerals ultimate handbook

Devin Dennie

"Welcome to the world of rocks and minerals! Come on an exciting adventure and unearth everything you need to know about the incredible rocks, minerals, and gemstones of the natural world. Did you know some rocks contain more than one mineral? Or that some...

Amazing oceans  by Annie Roth

Amazing oceans

Annie Roth

"An underwater adventure to discover our oceans' most fascinating places, plants, and animals. A thrilling guide to the weirdest wildlife, most incredible places, and most surprising science in our oceans. This fascinating book will take you beyond the...

I wonder why camels have humps and other questions about animals  by Anita Ganeri

I wonder why camels have humps and other questions about animals

Anita Ganeri

"What do all birds have in common? Why do leopards have spots? Which fish can climb trees? Learn the answers to these questions and more in this fascinating question-and-answer book all about animals. Information is presented in bite-sized nuggets, making it...

Brick fairy tales  by John (Photographer) McCann

Brick fairy tales

John (Photographer) McCann

"Presents thirteen tales from the original Grimm's collection, rendered in LEGO bricks, featuring scene-by-scene reenactments accompanied by captioned excerpts from the tales"--Publisher's description.

The Usborne big maze book  by Ruth Russell

The Usborne big maze book

Ruth Russell

"Over 50 imaginative mazes for children to wind their way through to find lost friends, escape danger, discover treasure and much more. Includes extra puzzles to solve and challenges to complete along the way. Great for dipping in and out of, and a fun way to...

Usborne illustrated Grimm's fairytales  by Ruth Brocklehurst

Usborne illustrated Grimm's fairytales

Ruth Brocklehurst

"A wonderful collection of stories from the famous collectors of fairytales, The Brothers Grimm. Stories include; The Frog Prince, Rapunzel, Hansel and Gretel, Little Red Riding Hood, The Bremen Town Musicians, Tom Thumb, The Elves and the Shoemaker, Sleeping...

Aesop's fables  by Caroline Lawrence

Aesop's fables

Caroline Lawrence

"Aesop's Fables belong to every one of us. They were once the words of a man who lived 600 years before Christ. The world in which Aesop lived was brutal - a place where death could happen in a moment - but in his imagination it was also a vibrant and magical...

A year in Fleurville  by Felicita Sala

A year in Fleurville

Felicita Sala

"In each garden, someone is tending to their produce. Maria is picking asparagus, Ramon's mum is watering the cucumbers, and a gaggle of kids are eating cherries fresh from the tree and even wearing some as earrings! Meet the many people of Fleurville, delight...

Periodic table  by Adrian Dingle

Periodic table

Adrian Dingle

"Beginning with a concise history of chemistry, scientific pioneers, and the creation of the first periodic table, this comprehensive guide then launches into a visual tour of each individual element. Along the way, you'll find out where each element comes...

Roots and wings  by Shahzia Sikander

Roots and wings

Shahzia Sikander

"Growing up in Lahore, Pakistan, Shahzia flew kites, ate fruit from jamun trees, and devoured Russian fairy tales, American Westerns, and Bollywood films. She also read poetry in Urdu, her own language, and learned the slow and detailed painting technique of...

The illustrated encyclopedia of dinosaurs  by Claudia Martin

The illustrated encyclopedia of dinosaurs

Claudia Martin

"This is the ultimate reference guide to the prehistoric world , combining a thorough introduction to dinosaurs with magnificent illustrations. Full of fascinating facts and dramatic, specially commissioned illustrations, and based on the latest ...

Astronomy for curious kids  by Giles Sparrow

Astronomy for curious kids

Giles Sparrow

"Expert science writer Giles Sparrow takes readers on a journey through time and space, from the Big Bang to black holes, to study solar eclipses, shooting stars, supernovas and much more. Children can explore key ideas in astronomy and the scientists who made...

The magnificent book of monkeys and apes  by Barbara Taylor

The magnificent book of monkeys and apes

Barbara Taylor

"Journey into rainforests, across grassy plains, and up snowy mountains to meet the extraordinary monkeys and apes that live there. From the tiny pygmy marmoset to the huge Western lowland gorilla, this book showcases some of the world's most extraordinary...

An animal a day  by Miranda (Children's nonfiction author) Smith

An animal a day

Miranda (Children's nonfiction author)...

"A fascinating animal for every day of the year! Dip in each day to discover a new animal to enjoy sharing with friends or family – make sure to find YOUR birthday animal! Travel through the incredible ecosystems and habitats of our beautiful planet, and meet...

Totally random facts. Vol. 2  by Melina Gerosa Bellows

Totally random facts. Vol. 2

Melina Gerosa Bellows

"Packed with over 3,000 facts about everything from cuddly baby animals to lethal predators, outer space to the deep sea, and man-made marvels, human history, and more, each page explodes with colorful photographs, perfectly paried with endless lists of...

Bedtime prayers for little ones  by Max Lucado

Bedtime prayers for little ones

Max Lucado

"Hearts filled with prayer will snuggle into sweet dreams. Settle into a peaceful night with these simple rhyming prayers and short scriptures that help little ones learn the value of prayer and end each day with the Lord"--Publisher's description.

Fiji  by Tarisi Sorovi-Vunidilo


Tarisi Sorovi-Vunidilo

"The islands of Fiji are full of rich history and culture. Describes the history, customs, geography, and culture of the people who live there, and provides authentic vocabulary words for an immersive experience. Includes a glossary, index, and bibliography...

The worst in the world  by Terry Deary

The worst in the world

Terry Deary

"The Worst in the World is packed full of the foulest gold, silver and bronze medal-winning entries in horrible categories such as: diseases, battles, emperors, punishments, schools and more. Discover what made the cut for the worst job in history (spoiler...

My body sends a signal  by Natalia Maguire

My body sends a signal

Natalia Maguire

"Are you passionate about making your children more confident, enabling them to build stronger relationships as well as to perform better academically? These abilities require “emotional regulation”— that is, the process of recognizing emotions, expressing...

Boy  by Roald Dahl


Roald Dahl

"Dahl presents humorous and sometimes painful anecdotes from his own childhood, including summer vacations in Norway and his years at English boarding schools"--Publisher's description.

Let's play sports  by Kate Baker

Let's play sports

Kate Baker

"Embark on a fun-filled sporting journey with this lift-the-flap book for young readers. Find famous and lesser-known games and sports from across the continents and learn how children around the world play. From ice hockey in Canada, baseball in the USA to...

Bird atlas  by Camilla De la Bédoyère

Bird atlas

Camilla De la Bédoyère

"Take to the skies and meet the world's most amazing birds. Navigate your way across the continents using detailed maps and discover birds of prey, birds of paradise, aquatic birds and more. Fun lift-the-flaps offer kids an immersive experience, revealing...

The ultimate guide to surviving in the wild  by Clive Gifford

The ultimate guide to surviving in the wild

Clive Gifford

"An absorbing, fast-paced and comprehensive guide to surviving in the wild, with a particular focus on the animals you might encounter - and want to avoid! - while you're there. Whether you're lost in the mountains, stranded in the desert, or adrift at sea, if...

Learn to sew and embroider  by Emma Hardy

Learn to sew and embroider

Emma Hardy

"Pick up this book and you'll soon be a sewing whiz, using a wide variety of hand stitches and learning how to sew on a zipper, attach buttons, embroider, and appliqué. In Jewelry and Accessories, you can make adorable watermelon slice brooches or a fun...

Laugh out loud  by Vicki Whiting

Laugh out loud

Vicki Whiting

"This hysterical book is chock-full of goofy jokes, riddles, and puns for endless laughter, chuckles, and groans! From the creative minds at Kid Scoop, you'll love flipping through these colourful pages and sharing more than 100 timely jokes you've never heard...

Football legends 2024  by David Ballheimer

Football legends 2024

David Ballheimer

"Messi may have won the World Cup in 2022 but is he really a better striker than Mbappé? Which midfielder creates more chances for his side - City's De Bruyne or Barca's Pedri? Who's the best penalty saver - Alisson or Neuer? While every fan has their opinion,...

Minecraft explorer's handbook.

Minecraft explorer's handbook.

"Discover the thrill of adventure and prepare for action with the Minecraft Explorer's Handbook - the only book you need to take your exploring skills to the next level. From simple journeys to epic quests, learn how to navigate the Overworld to discover...

Animal eyes  by Françoise Vulpé

Animal eyes

Françoise Vulpé

"Imagine being able to see in ultraviolet wavelengths, or finding your next meal in near darkness, or being able to rotate your eyes independently so you can see nearly everything around you without moving your head. These are just a few of the incredible...

I wonder why camels have humps and other questions about animals  by Anita Ganeri

I wonder why camels have humps and other questions about animals

Anita Ganeri

"What do all birds have in common? Why do leopards have spots? Which fish can climb trees? Learn the answers to these questions and more in this fascinating question-and-answer book all about animals. Information is presented in bite-sized nuggets, making it...

The tyrannosaur's feathers  by Adam Stuart Smith

The tyrannosaur's feathers

Adam Stuart Smith

Picture book

"Tyrannosaurus rex may be the king of the dinosaurs, but that doesn't stop know-it-all Velociraptor from telling him he looks old-fashioned and needs a makeover. So, with an improved posture, some restyled body parts and a coat of shaggy feathers, T. rex gets...

Brains  by John Devolle


John Devolle

"How do we make our bodies move? Where do all of our amazing ideas come from? How many brains does an octopus really have? Take a peek inside your head and discover all of the incredible things that your brain can do!"--Publisher's description.

The good luck book  by Heather Alexander

The good luck book

Heather Alexander

"Ever wondered why we knock on wood, cross our fingers, or say "white rabbits" on the first day of the month? Dive in and learn about fascinating traditions and superstitions from all over the world! The Good Luck Book explores the surprising -- and sometimes...

Life underground  by John Woodward

Life underground

John Woodward

"An illustrated journey through nature's unseen habitats revealing the curious creatures that live under the earth, from warm Arctic warrens to sandy desert dens. Illustrated in incredible detail, Life Underground explores the different communities of animals...

The ultimate book of reptiles  by Ruchira Somaweera

The ultimate book of reptiles

Ruchira Somaweera

"Get ready to sink your fangs into the hidden worlds of reptiles with leading reptile scientist and National Geographic Explorer Dr. Ruchira Somaweera as your guide! Between the pages of this book, readers will get up close and personal with the coolest...

Welcome to the mysteryverse  by Clive Gifford

Welcome to the mysteryverse

Clive Gifford

"Why do we dream? How come more people are right-than left-handed? What’s inside a black hole? Science is pretty amazing, but even though we know more about our universe than ever before, there still remain lots of unanswered questions that fascinate and...

Wot knot you got?  by Selina Tusitala Marsh

Wot knot you got?

Selina Tusitala Marsh

"'What do you do if nothing is right - not at home, at school, anywhere?''What if people don't like me?''What if your own ideas stink?'' How do I hug my dad?' One morning, Selina wakes up with a twisting, tangling, knotty problem. It takes over everyone and...

Extreme biology  by Dan Green

Extreme biology

Dan Green

"Learn about the amazing research that is revolutionizing biology, from advances in medicine to genetic engineering. Meet the world's toughest bacterium and a biologically immortal flatworm whilst learning about epigenetics, superbugs, nanomedicine and...

A river of dust  by Jilanne Hoffmann

A river of dust

Jilanne Hoffmann

"A narrative nonfiction story detailing the long distance that dust from the Sahel in Africa travels across the Atlantic Ocean to replenish life in the Amazon Rainforest. Told from the perspective of dust, A River of Dust takes readers on a journey through...

South Asian folktales, myths and legends  by Sarah Shaffi

South Asian folktales, myths and legends

Sarah Shaffi

"Adventure with brave princesses, battle with the monkey god Hanuman, test your wits against the wily jackal, discover the origins of chess and much more in this gorgeous collection of South Asian folktales, myths and legends, bound in this beautiful...

Encyclopedia of everything

Encyclopedia of everything

"Become an eyewitness to the world's most incredible nature, science, and historical events, all in one tremendous picture-led reference guide that will take you on a visual tour of everything. Like the hugely successful Eyewitness series itself, Eyewitness...

A child's introduction to hip-hop  by Jordannah Elizabeth

A child's introduction to hip-hop

Jordannah Elizabeth

"With A Child's Introduction to Hip Hop, parents can teach their kids about their favorite musical genre through this beautifully illustrated exploration of the history and origins of hip hop, beginning with the "Holy Trinity" of DJ Kool Herc, Afrika...

The Queen's wardrobe  by Julia Golding

The Queen's wardrobe

Julia Golding

"Did you know the Queen's crown weighs as much as two bags of potatoes? Or that she has her own tartan nobody else is allowed to wear? Full of astounding facts and major historical moments, The Queen's Wardrobe tells the story of a young girl who never...

An unofficial cookbook for fans of Willy Wonka  by Dahlia Clearwater

An unofficial cookbook for fans of Willy Wonka

Dahlia Clearwater

"Enter here and you'll find a world of fanciful treats, delectable chocolates and candied confections as colourful as their creator. From the moment Mr Wonka first somersaulted onto the red carpet in 1971, the magical, maniacal chocolatier has captivated...

Wings of fire  by Maria S. Barbo

Wings of fire

Maria S. Barbo

"Want to become a Wings of Fire drawing expert? You've come to the right place! This official How to Draw book includes simple, step-by-step instructions on how to sketch and colour the simplest dragonets all the way to the most powerful, full-grown dragons....

Complete Greek myths  by Henry Brook

Complete Greek myths

Henry Brook

"Comprehensive and beautiful volume of Greek Myths, including maps, glossary and every story you can think of! This comprehensive volume of Greek Myths is perfect for a family bookshelf, containing all of the best known myths, told in a detailed and fresh way...

The spectacular science of the human body  by Rob Colson

The spectacular science of the human body

Rob Colson

"The Spectacular Science of the Human Body is guaranteed to answer all those tricky science questions that children ask about their bodies – and that parents often struggle to answer – such as: What are the different parts of our brain, and what do they do?...

How to spaghettify your dog  by Hiba Noor Khan

How to spaghettify your dog

Hiba Noor Khan

"Have you ever wondered how to slow down time? Or what would happen if the Earth stopped spinning? Or whether you'd be OK if you fell into a black hole? Well, wonder no more. This book, by former physics teacher Hiba Noor Khan, is bursting with fascinating...

Shining a light  by Veeda Bybee

Shining a light

Veeda Bybee

"A collective biography of 40 influential Asian Americans and Pacific Islanders, from Kalpana Chawla to The Rock to Tammy Duckworth, whose historical contributions readers may not know but whose light shines on, with stunning illustrated portraits by Hugo...

Easter hop & find  by Rubie Crowe

Easter hop & find

Rubie Crowe

"Look, find, search, and laugh with the Easter Bunny and his tightly-wound chick helper, as they travel around delivering eggs and treats on Easter morning! Follow along through 12 busy scenes as they begin their day at the Easter factory, before visiting the...

Diggers at work!  by Max Walther

Diggers at work!

Max Walther

"Diggers at Work! is packed with digging machines of all kinds, alongside a crew of hard workers who are tearing down houses, shoveling dirt, and moving scrap. This is our first wimmelbook to include a spread with illustrated diagrams, helping curious kids...

The Lion Queen  by Rina Singh

The Lion Queen

Rina Singh

"A true tale of big cats and even bigger courage, inspired by the personal story of Gir Forest's first female guard and Lion Queen, Rasila Vadher. 'Never look a lion in the eyes,' a mother tells her fearless girl. After a field trip to the Gir Forest, the girl...

A world of dogs  by Carlie Sorosiak

A world of dogs

Carlie Sorosiak

"From tracing the evolutionary history of dogs to explaining the science of doggy senses, find out how pups communicate, whether they understand us, and if they really love us back! Meet the hounds of ancient history, worshipped as gods, and painted in works...

民主比較好!  by Philip Bunting


Philip Bunting

Picture book

What you say (and how you say it) has the power to change the world. Democracy gives you that power. Democracy is people power. But does democracy really matter? How does it work? And what exactly is democracy, anyway?! Get set to speak up and learn how you...

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出發吧!環遊世界24個傳統市場  by Maria Bakhareva


Maria Bakhareva

"Discover the most common foods of each country, learn the essential phrases, and try the typical recipes"--Publisher's webpage.

地球大書  by Moira Butterfield


Moira Butterfield

Discover all the answers to 50 big questions about the world in this gorgeous book, perfect for curious young readers. Where do stars go in the daytime? Do animals talk to each other? What are people made of? Questions pop into our heads all the time and every...

坐飛機, 上學去  by 羅曦

坐飛機, 上學去



陸地會移動!  by 羅曦




是誰跳得比袋鼠遠  by 羅曦




鬧哄哄的巢  by Dianna Hutts Aston


Dianna Hutts Aston

靜悄悄的蛋  by Dianna Hutts Aston


Dianna Hutts Aston

A beautifully illustrated work which introduces young naturalists to more than 60 types of eggs and an array of egg facts.

神祕魷魚的驚奇冒險 = Secret Squid's wonders of the world  by Barry Ablett

神祕魷魚的驚奇冒險 = Secret Squid's wonders of the world

Barry Ablett

Join Secret Squid, master of disguise, on a fun-filled adventure to uncover the history of seven of the world's most remarkable wonders, including.the colossal Colosseum of Rome, the pristine Pyramids of Giza, the majestic Machu Picchu in Peru.and more! Take...

恐龍變成鳥  by 鈴木まもる




我們的星球!  by Stacy McAnulty


Stacy McAnulty

Meet Earth. Planet Awesome! And your awesome home! Actually, Earth is home to all the plants and all the animals in the solar system, including nearly eight billion people. Humans have accidentally moved Earth's climate change into the fast lane, and she need...

Little kids first big book of pets  by Catherine D. Hughes

Little kids first big book of pets

Catherine D. Hughes

"Playful puppies! Cuddly kittens! Beautiful birds! Learn all about pets with fur, feathers, fins, scales, and shells and how to find and care for the perfect family pet. Whether cats, dogs, guinea pigs, birds, fish, snakes or others, this adorable reference...

Space and time  by Mark Brake

Space and time

Mark Brake

"What's the difference between me, a planet and a star? Does the Universe follow a recipe? If a wardrobe has three dimensions, what is the fourth? These are some of life's biggest questions, and you are a daring thinker for even thinking about them! So open...

The spectacular science of planet Earth  by Rob Colson

The spectacular science of planet Earth

Rob Colson

"The Spectacular Science of Planet Earth is guaranteed to answer all those tricky science questions that children ask about earthquakes and volcanoes, weather and geology -- and that parents often struggle to answer. Did you know what causes an Ice Age? Or how...

Discovery atlas  by Thiago de Moraes

Discovery atlas

Thiago de Moraes

"Prepare to set off on a grand voyage of discovery. You might want to take a map . . . But this is no ordinary atlas. The 'maps' in Discovery Atlas are fabulous, imaginative scenes, packed with incredible inventions and dramatic discoveries. There are twelve...

Dance  by Alistair Spalding


Alistair Spalding

"Brilliantly curated and beautifully illustrated, the Welcome to the Arts series offers all-hours admission to some of the world's most wondrous performances. You are cordially invited to an evening of live entertainment unlike anything you have seen before....

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