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Proud Americans - The Brite Star Kids Learn About the Flag - cover

Proud Americans - The Brite Star Kids Learn About the Flag

Carolyn Larsen, Vincent W. Goett

Publisher: Peter Pan Press

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Summary

The Brite Star Kids is a collection of books that teach living skills to young children. All the books are story-based and include questions at the end of the book to help reinforce the lesson being taught.
 
In Proud Americans the Brite Star Kids learn about the history and how to respect the American flag.

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