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America’s 50 States - cover

America’s 50 States

Publishing Flying Frog

Publisher: Gibbs Smith

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Summary

Read about the special features and quirky characteristics that make up America’s patchwork in America’s 50 States. Full-color illustrations (including state maps and icons) and interesting trivia make it an easy and fun journey of learning! Each of America’s states has its own unique symbols, facts, history, landscape, and so much more.
Available since: 06/30/2020.
Print length: 56 pages.

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