People Who Help Us by Rebecca Hunter
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This title is part of a series of books explaining the roles of different people who help us everyday in the community. Each book is based on a real person that the reader follows them through a typical day at work. We learn about what they do, who they interact with, the equipment they use, and what they like about their jobs. Specially commissioned photography and clear text make the books friendly and accessible to young readers, making this a perfect series for introducing children to what goes on in the world around them, and how different people contribute to our society in different ways.

 

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Published April 15, 2005 by Evans Brothers. 32 pages
Genres: Education & Reference, Science Fiction & Fantasy, Children's Books. Fiction

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A Patchwork of Books

Specially commissioned photography and clear text make the books friendly and accessible to young readers, making this a perfect series for introducing children to what goes on in the world around them, and how different people contribute to our society in different ways.

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