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by Neil Ardley
Author: Neil Ardley
Publisher: Franklin Watts (November 1, 1982)
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Fact or Fantasy (World of Tomorrow) . In 1984 Ardley began to write mainly for Dorling Kindersley, producing a series of books which included the best-selling (over three million copies worldwide) and award-winning The Way Things Work, illustrated by David Macaulay. When he retired in 2000 Ardley had written 101 books, with total sales of about ten million.
Published by Franklin Watts 1982-11-01 (1982). ISBN 10: 0531044734 ISBN 13: 9780531044735.
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