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Price: $40.82Price: $5.85
Author: Therese DeAngelisAuthor: Tea Benduhn


Reviews the causes and effects of some major blackouts, from the 1965 power outage that affected much of New England to the 2001 rolling blackouts in California, focusing on the 1977 blackout in New York City that lasted over twenty-five hours.
Do you want to get hold of a book? Buy yourself a copy of Blackout : Cities In Darkness : cities in darkness by Therese DeAngelis. Written by Therese DeAngelis and the publisher is Enslow Publishers. This child's book went on sale around June of 2003. The book has 48 pages and it comes with colorfully illustrated pictures. To pick up your personal copy of this children's book, visit the market link below.

The author is Tea Benduhn and it was published by Gareth Stevens Publishing. The child's book was available sometime in 2008. The book has 24 pages. The child's book is 0.01"H x 7"L x 7"W. It has got a weight of 0.1 lbs. Visualize oneself as being the leading figure, contemplating and also desperate for an answers, add to cart by clicking the link below.

  • Condition: New
  • ISBN: 9780836893632
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Manufacturer: Enslow PublishersManufacturer: Gareth Stevens Publishing
Part Number:Part Number:FBA-|302581
MPN:MPN: FBA-|302581
Publication Date: 2003-06Publication Date: 2008-07-01
Binding: Library BindingBinding: Paperback
Pages: 48Pages: 24
Height:Height: 0.01"
Length:Length: 7"
Width:Width: 7"
Weight:Weight: 0.1 lbs.
Package Height: 0.36"Package Height: 0.1"
Package Length: 9.14"Package Length: 7.3"
Package Width: 6.44"Package Width: 7.1"
Package Weight: 0.54 lbs.Package Weight: 0.05 lbs.
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