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    From Sea to Shining Sea: Missouri

    From Sea to Shining Sea: Missouri

    by Mary Ellen Lago

    Missouri's history, which includes the Lewis and Clark Expedition and the famous Dred Scott decision, provides a rich and interesting learning experience for all readers.

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    Take a tour of Tombstone, a drive along the Extraterrestrial Highway, or visit a colonial theme park in a state that's named for a Tudor queen. You'll find them all in the exciting series that celebrates the history and geography, people and culture, sights and cuisines that make each of America's 50 states unique — from sea to shining sea.

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    From Sea to Shining Sea: West Virginia

    From Sea to Shining Sea: West Virginia

    by Barbara A. Somervill

    This book takes the reader on a tour of the Mountain State, emphasizing its geography, history, government, and culture.

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    Take a tour of Tombstone, a drive along the Extraterrestrial Highway, or visit a colonial theme park in a state that's named for a Tudor queen. You'll find them all in the exciting series that celebrates the history and geography, people and culture, sights and cuisines that make each of America's 50 states unique — from sea to shining sea.

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From Sea to Shining Sea

A Treasury of American Folklore and Folksongs

Editor: Amy L. Cohn

Interest Level:
3-5

Grade Level Equivalent:
5.1

Age:
8-10

Genre:
Fables, Folk Tales and Myths, Poetry and Rhymes, Anthology

Subject:
American History, National Poetry Month, Communities and Ways of Life

About This Book

A unique celebration of America, splendidly illustrated by 15 Caldecott Award-winning artists. Here are more than 140 folk tales, songs, peoms and essays by voices as diverse as Mark Twain, Walt Whitman, Abbott and Costello, and Bob Dylan. Full-color illustrations.


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