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I can't figure out the answer to this question. Which book would not help you find information about the planet Mars. A. Visitors from Mars. B. a history of Mars. C. U.S. Robots on Mars. D. A Journty to Mars Aboard Spaceship Spirit. I think the answer is A. Visitors from Mars. Do you think I Am right?

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