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HISTORY AND GEOGRAPHY BOOKS ON SALE
Songs That Teach: America's Freedoms. Sing the Song of America's Freedoms and learn what the Bill of Rights and the U.S. Constitution guarantees America's citizens. Contains fully orchestrated cassette with chorus/narration, "sing-along-and-color" placemats of America's freedoms, a U.S.Constitution booklet, felt-tip markers and an instructor's guide. The markers have never been open, but they have been around for awhile, and we can't guarantee how good they still are. Regular price is 19.95. Clearance price is 11.95-S
African Punch-Out Masks by A.G. Smith and Josie Hazen. Contains six exotic punch out masks on heavy card stock. No scissors needed for assembly. A Dover publication. Was 3.50. Now 3.00-S.
The Age of Revolutions: Inventions, revolutions, and
the colonization of Africa, Australia, and New Zealand. Part of the Usborne
Children's Picture World History series. Covers for AD1750 to AD 1914. New but a little
BrainBoosters Culture Trek, by Educational Insights. This will only work for people who already have the decoder. Was 5.95. Now only 3.25-S
California, by Kathy Pelta, published by Lerner. A hardcover book that introduces California's history and geography and its attempts to protect the environment. Contains timeline, mini-sketches of some of California's famous people, facts-at-a-glance, and a glossary. Books assumes an old earth. Was 17.50. Now only 11.95-S
Children's Companion Guide to America's History, by Catherine Millard. Contains 31 lessons related to America's spiritual roots for children ages 10-14. Includes full page illustrations from original paintings and sculptures. Top corner dog-eared. Was 10.99. Now only 8.25-S
Cornerstones of Freedom, out of print books, while they last. The following titles are available: The Story of Mt. Vernon, 2.95-S; The Story of the Smithsonian Institution, 3.25-S
First Book of France, an Usborne book. Ages 8-11. Was 6.95. Now only 4.95-S
The First Ladies of the United States, Quiz cards. Contain black and white portraits of the wives of the presidents with biographical information. Was 5.00. Now only 3.50-S
Great Empresses and Queens Paper Dolls, by Tom Tierney. Dover. I had to stop carrying this because it isn't right for school book fairs. The first few queens in the book (from the B.C. years) include some who are quite immodestly dressed -- a fact that will not be noticeable by looking at the cover. My mistake was judging the book by its cover. Was 3.95. Now only 1.95-S
Hands-On Geography, by Scholastic Professional. Reproducibles and Activities to Develop Early Geography Skills. Cover is loose from book. Lessons for grades K-3. Now out of print. Was15.95. Now only 11.95-S
Indian Punch-Out Masks A.G. Smith and Josie Hazen. Contains six unusual punch out masks on heavy card stock, based on authentic Indian artifacts. No scissors needed for assembly. A Dover publication. Was 2.95. Now 1.95-S.
Indian Pueblos Coloring Book by Treasure Chest Publications. A color-by-number book featuring scenes of everyday life in the pueblos of the southwestern United States. Each pueblo is identified and features one of its inhabitants engaged in a common activity. Was 2.95. Now only 2.00_S
M.A.P.S. Book 2 (Map Activities for Primary Students. A Dandy Lion publication for teachers of grades 2-4. Teaches map skills to primary students (practice in using a map's scale and symbols). Transports students to the mystical medieval village of Juma, where they meet the town's residents and shares in their adventures, Combines mapping practice with stories of these adventures. Includes poster map of Juma. Top corner dog-eared. 32 reproducible pages. Was 6.95. Now only 5.50-S
Navajo Indian Coloring Book by Treasure Chest Publications. A coloring book featuring scenes of everyday life among the Navaho Indians of the southwestern United States. Was 2.95. Now only 2.00-S
The Presidency, by Richard, M. Pious. Part of the Ballots and Bandwagons series. This book, published in 1991, provides and anecdotal history of our nation's chief executives. Explains the personal styles , policies, and leadership of each president. At the end the author speculates about what new phase the presidency will enter in 1992 . For upper elementary and junior high students. Paper, Silver Burdett Press, 159 indexed pages. Black and white photos. Was 8.95. Now only 5.95-S
SOURCEBOOK ON THE CIVIL WAR: THE FIRST BATTLES.
Edited by Carter Smith. An American Album from the Collections of the Library of Congress.
Millbrook, softcover. 96 indexed pages. Contains a timeline of major events, and a rich
assortment of source materials -- historical prints, maps, photographs, and journals, from
the Library of Congress. Light wear to cover. First few pages are loose. Great
for cutting up for pictures for reports, bulletin boards, etc. Or you could
tape loose pages in. BTH-4882.
The Japanese in America, by Nole Leathers. This book is for those of upper elementary level and above and relates the history of the Japanese experience in America and the contributions of Japanese Americans to the nation. One corner dog-eared. Was 5.95. Now only 3.50-S
The Koreans in America, by Patterson and Kim. This book is for those of upper elementary level and above and relates the history of the Korean experience in America and the contributions of Korean Americans to American life. Was 5.95. Now only 3.50-S
The Mexicans in America, by Jane Pinchot. This book is for those of upper elementary level and above and relates the history of the Mexican experience in America and the contributions of Mexican Americans to the nation. Was 5.95. Now only 3.50-S
The Vietnamese in America, by Jane Pinchot. This book is for those of upper elementary level and above and relates the history of the Vietnamese experience in America and the contributions of Vietnamese Americans to the nation. Was 5.95. Now only 3.50-S
The Things That Matter Most, by Cal Thomas. America's most controversial columnist turns his attention to the tragic consequences of misguided liberal thinking. this is for those who wonder why social problems in America are not going away no matter how much money the government spends trying to solve them, who think that families are important, that fidelity counts, and that one cannot wink at corrupt politics. Hardcover. List price is 22.00. Now only 12.00-S
Timelines Series, Explorers: Expeditions and Pioneers. A Franklin Watts book by Fiona Macdonald. This book traces the adventures of explorers from their earliest expeditions on foot to present-day space missions. Contains two pages of material on the evolution of man and early man. Full of color illustrations and maps. For upper elementary and up. Contains 48 indexed pages, a timeline, and glossary. List price: 7.95. One copy has a slight tear in top of spine: the other is bent in the top corner. Sale price is 3.95-S
Usborne Picture Atlas, 1993 edition. Light edge wear. 32 pages with index. Though not totally up to date, still handy for reference and basic geographic knowledge. Pictures maps, flags, main products, plants, animals, etc. BTH-3703. Originally 6.95. Now $2.00-S
What's the Verdict: You're the Judge in 90 Tricky Courtroom Quizzes by Ted LeValliant and Marcel Theroux. Children middle elementary and older are presented with a paragraph summarizing actual courtcases and have a chance to guess the verdict before reading at the back the actual results and appeals. 128 indexed pages. List price is 5.95. Sale price is 4.73-S
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