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The origins of today's capital city began with George Washington, who hired Pierre Charles L'Enfant to design the capital. Washington, D.C. has been the sight of many historical events.
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Rice is one of the most important foods in the world. In countries around the globe, lots and lots of people eat rice every single day. Find out where farmers grow rice, how its grown, and how it arrives at the grocery store. Discover the story of your foodwhere it was grown, who grows it, and how it gets to your plate.
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Children will be delighted by exciting images of pyramids and mummies in this introduction to one of the worlds oldest civilizations. Spotlight on Egypt covers everything from this countrys ancient history under the ruling pharaohs to the customs and traditions of its people today. Egypts wildlife and the importance of the Nile River and Sahara Desert are also highlighted.
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This wonderful book illustrates people's different ways of life and the traditions we practice. Young readers will learn about how culture is expressed through our clothing, our food, and music and dance. An interactive section at the end asks children what their favorite part of culture is.
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Introduction to structures and buildings.
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By speaking boldly, Abraham Lincoln earned the nickname â€œHonest Abe.â€ Young readers will learn how Abraham Lincoln used honesty to lead a country divided over slavery. Blastoff! Series