100 things to be when you grow up

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Washington, D.C. : National Geographic Kids, [2017].
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255 pages : color illustrations ; 17x17 cm.
9781426327117 (pbk.), 1426327110 (pbk.), 9781426327124 (lib. bdg.), 1426327129 (lib. bdg.)
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Includes index.
"From beekeeper to ice-cream taster, Chief Happiness Officer to Hollywood animal trainer, this book features 100 of the coolest, wackiest, and most amazing jobs out there (and some you never knew existed)! Jam-packed with inspiration, advice from National Geographic explorers, weird-but-true facts, and a heaping sense of wonder, this book will get kids excited about their future and all the amazing possibilities as they prepare to take on the world!" --Back cover.

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APA Citation (style guide)

Gerry, L. (2017). 100 things to be when you grow up . National Geographic Kids.

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Gerry, Lisa. 2017. 100 Things to Be When You Grow Up. Washington, D.C.: National Geographic Kids.

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Gerry, Lisa. 100 Things to Be When You Grow Up Washington, D.C.: National Geographic Kids, 2017.

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Gerry, Lisa. 100 Things to Be When You Grow Up National Geographic Kids, 2017.

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