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    From Sea to Shining Sea: Kentucky

    From Sea to Shining Sea: Kentucky

    by Suzanne M. Williams

    Information is presented on Kentucky's geography, history, landmarks, natural resources, and government. Full-color photographs, detailed maps, and interesting text provide an exciting guide to Kentucky. Discover Mammoth Cave, Kentucky's role in the Civil War, why the Black Patch Wars occurred, and much more.

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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: Maryland

    From Sea to Shining Sea: Maryland

    by Barbara A. Somervill

    This book is an overview of the history of Maryland. Filled with colorful photos, maps, and even recipes, readers are sure to enjoy learning about the "Old Line State."

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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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