Ready for a road trip?
Get the scoop on the nifty fifty from North to South and
coast to coast with no need for batteries or a charger!
Through the pages of this book you can travel to all 50 states, from
Alabama to , to discover the
history, geography, and culture that make each one great. With more than 100
kid-friendly maps by illustrator Aaron Meshon, full-color photographs, and fun
facts galore, this state-by-state guide is perfect for exploring your own
state, uncovering new places, and digging into the history of the United States
of America. Wyoming
A great resource for school reports and general curiosity, kids will learn the story of the people who lived on the land before European settlement; how each state joined the
the natural resources and people that make it unique; and the industry and
agriculture that drive it today. 50
cross-discipline learning in
history, geography, natural history, and cultural studies. U.S.
This is a very condensed book about the
. It is a thumb nail sketch of each state. Early elementary age kids should enjoy
it. I discovered several things I either
knew and forgot or never knew in the section on territories and commonwealths. There is also a regional section which looks
at groups of states and their regional similarities. United States
This book may have been received free of charge from a publisher or a publicist. That will NEVER have a bearing on my recommendations.