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Addition and Subtraction - третья (и последняя из имеющихся у меня) книга из обучающей серии Disney studying, посвященная основам элементарной математики. Эта книга поможет ребенку освоить сложение и вычитание, научит основам логического мышления.
The Alphabet - первая книга серии Disney Learning;
Reading for realizing - вторая книга, посвященная основам чтения.
Так же на Infanata Anton-om выкладывался "Большой Cловарь Walt Disney", спасибо ему за это.
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