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Constitutional Rights

This book explains freedom of speech, freedom of religion, and freedom of the press--three of the core American values outlined in the Constitution--as well as other rights.

Louisiana, ed. 2

Surveys the history, geography, government, economy, and people of Louisiana.

Knights & Castles

Learn basic art techniques and interesting facts while drawing knights and castles.

Legends, Myths, and Folktales

Collection of articles describing well-known folktales, myths, and legends that are organized by their origins in Europe, Asia, Africa, the Americas, and Australia.

Life During the Revolutionary War

Readers learn what life was like for individuals and their families, what their days consisted of, what they ate and what they wore, living through the Revolutionary War.

Building An Empire

Learn about the Louisiana Purchase in 1803, when the United States purchased approximately 828,000,000 square miles of territory from France, thereby doubling the size of the young republic.

Louisiana

Examines various aspects of the state of Louisiana, from the cultures and peoples that make up the population, to exports, arts, and natural wildlife.

When Hurricanes Howl

This volume offers readers safety tips for preparing and enduring a hurricane, and also explains the science behind hurricane formation and strength. Sidebars about hurricane watches, warnings, and tracking accompany photographs of hurricane devastation around the world.

Pirates

This book covers the fascinating world of pirates from the corsairs and Blackbeard, right up to modern-day pirates. It examines pirate ships and pirate weapons, life on the deck of a pirate ship, and what it meant to "walk the plank".

Hurricane & Tornado, Rev. ed.

Explores various types of extreme weather including tornadoes, hurricanes, snowstorms, and hailstorms, among others.

Pirate, Rev. ed.

Covers the bloodthirsty activities of pirates, from the barbarous corsairs of the Mediterranean to the cutthroat buccaneers of the Spanish Main.

The Growth of the American City

This book examines the growth of U.S. cities. New York City, Boston, Chicago, and other major cities grew exponentially as factories created job opportunities for people in search of a better life. Readers can identify push/pull factors of the immigration that occurred during the Industrial Revolution and how they shaped the United States' unique urban identity.

The Bald Eagle

In this book, readers learn how the American bald eagle came to be the national bird of the United States and the many ways its image is used.

The Liberty Bell

In this book, readers are introduced to the history of the Liberty Bell from its casting to the present day.

The Statue of Liberty

In this book, readers learn that this US symbol was a gift from France for the country's centennial. They also learn about the construction of this beautiful statue and other important historical facts.

The US Flag

In this book, readers learn why stars were added and what the colors of the flag have meant throughout US history. The main content of this book covers both the historical and symbolic background of the US flag.

Environment

When Hurricanes Howl

This volume offers readers safety tips for preparing and enduring a hurricane, and also explains the science behind hurricane formation and strength. Sidebars about hurricane watches, warnings, and tracking accompany photographs of hurricane devastation around the world.

Hurricane & Tornado, Rev. ed.

Explores various types of extreme weather including tornadoes, hurricanes, snowstorms, and hailstorms, among others.

History

Life During the Revolutionary War

Readers learn what life was like for individuals and their families, what their days consisted of, what they ate and what they wore, living through the Revolutionary War.

Building An Empire

Learn about the Louisiana Purchase in 1803, when the United States purchased approximately 828,000,000 square miles of territory from France, thereby doubling the size of the young republic.

Pirates

This book covers the fascinating world of pirates from the corsairs and Blackbeard, right up to modern-day pirates. It examines pirate ships and pirate weapons, life on the deck of a pirate ship, and what it meant to "walk the plank".

Pirate, Rev. ed.

Covers the bloodthirsty activities of pirates, from the barbarous corsairs of the Mediterranean to the cutthroat buccaneers of the Spanish Main.

The Growth of the American City

This book examines the growth of U.S. cities. New York City, Boston, Chicago, and other major cities grew exponentially as factories created job opportunities for people in search of a better life. Readers can identify push/pull factors of the immigration that occurred during the Industrial Revolution and how they shaped the United States' unique urban identity.

The Bald Eagle

In this book, readers learn how the American bald eagle came to be the national bird of the United States and the many ways its image is used.

The Liberty Bell

In this book, readers are introduced to the history of the Liberty Bell from its casting to the present day.

The Statue of Liberty

In this book, readers learn that this US symbol was a gift from France for the country's centennial. They also learn about the construction of this beautiful statue and other important historical facts.

The US Flag

In this book, readers learn why stars were added and what the colors of the flag have meant throughout US history. The main content of this book covers both the historical and symbolic background of the US flag.

Law

Constitutional Rights

This book explains freedom of speech, freedom of religion, and freedom of the press--three of the core American values outlined in the Constitution--as well as other rights.

Literature

Legends, Myths, and Folktales

Collection of articles describing well-known folktales, myths, and legends that are organized by their origins in Europe, Asia, Africa, the Americas, and Australia.

Nation and World

Louisiana, ed. 2

Surveys the history, geography, government, economy, and people of Louisiana.

Louisiana

Examines various aspects of the state of Louisiana, from the cultures and peoples that make up the population, to exports, arts, and natural wildlife.

Arts

Knights & Castles

Learn basic art techniques and interesting facts while drawing knights and castles.

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