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    America the Beautiful: Indiana

    America the Beautiful: Indiana

    by Darlene R. Stille

    Readers will learn about the state of Indiana, including its history, geography, government, and people.

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    "America the Beautiful, Third Series" is bursting with fascinating facts, up-to-date statistics, glorious full-color photographs, and unusual lists guaranteed to elicit at least one WOW! with the turn of every page. Its new dynamic design and editorial approach to the geography, history, people, economy, and government of each state will continue to make this award-winning series the one that students turn to first for researching school assignments.

    This third edition takes an updated look at Minnesota, discussing the history, geography, people, government, and economy of this state, and also presents a travel guide.

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    • New dynamic design and updated text and statistics
    • “Project Room” feature offers ideas for standards-based school assignments
    • Freshly designed TOC with visual annotations immediately engages readers
    • Primary sources appear throughout with explanations of what they are and how to cite them
    • Author's Tips and Source Notes
    • Content-area vocabulary words defined on page
    • New features such as "Weird Laws," WOW Factor, and "Picture Yourself" make "America the Beautiful, Third Series" a standout in state series books.
    • Includes original art, full-color photography, words to know, FAQs, mini-bios, interactive sidebars, maps, and graphs

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    America the Beautiful: New York

    America the Beautiful: New York

    by Barbara A. Somervill

    Located in the northeastern United States, along the border with Canada, New York is home to the country's largest city. Readers will trace the history of this remarkable state from its earliest settlement to its latest developments. They will also dive into the local culture, see the states many fascinating sights, and learn about its economy.

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    "America the Beautiful, Third Series" is bursting with fascinating facts, up-to-date statistics, glorious full-color photographs, and unusual lists guaranteed to elicit at least one WOW! with the turn of every page. Its new dynamic design and editorial approach to the geography, history, people, economy, and government of each state will continue to make this award-winning series the one that students turn to first for researching school assignments.

    Series Features

    • New dynamic design and updated text and statistics
    • “Project Room” feature offers ideas for standards-based school assignments
    • Freshly designed TOC with visual annotations immediately engages readers
    • Primary sources appear throughout with explanations of what they are and how to cite them
    • Author's Tips and Source Notes
    • Content-area vocabulary words defined on page
    • New features such as "Weird Laws," WOW Factor, and "Picture Yourself" make "America the Beautiful, Third Series" a standout in state series books.
    • Includes original art, full-color photography, words to know, FAQs, mini-bios, interactive sidebars, maps, and graphs

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America the Beautiful

Author: Katharine Lee Bates

Illustrator: Wendell Minor

Interest Level:
K-2

Lexile Framework:
650L

Grade Level Equivalent:
2.9

Guided Reading Level:
R

Age:
5-7

Genre:
Song, Poetry and Rhymes

Subject:
Patriotism, United States

About This Book

With his stunning paintings of American landscapes and historical moments, Wendell Minor celebrates our nation's history and beauty and transforms a musical tribute into a visual masterpiece. Wendell Minor is an extraordinarily talented fine artist who has received more than 200 awards for his work. Authors refer to him as a "quiet genius" who creates with simplicity and elegance, a "master" at capturing the essence of the written word in vivid imagery, of creating brilliant paintings that evoke the true spirit of story and place. He has illustrated hundreds of covers for many of the most popular books of the past few decades.

Now, inspired by Katharine Lee Bates's classic verse, Minor gives readers his first picture book — beautiful visual accompaniment for an American standard. Traversing the entire nation, from the Empire State Building to the Grand Tetons, from the Alaskan coast to the Florida Everglades; encompassing multiple eras, from Pilgrims to wagon trains, from the Wright brothers to NASA, Minor takes us on a journey across land and time, from sea to shining sea.


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