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Henry Ford for Kids


Known as "The Man Who Put America on Wheels," Henry Ford's life ranged from precocious farm boy to innovator to philanthropist. Complete with historic photos, sidebars, and activities, readers will learn not only about his lasting legacy but related topics such as the Great War, the life of industrial architect Albert Kahn, and much more.

Arriving in bookstores January 2016


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With a focus on dramatic stories, personalities, and turning points, The US Congress for Kids is a perfect complement to a Washington, DC visit and a necessity for any young US history buff. Twenty-one hands-on activities, such as making a model capitol dome and designing a Congressional Medal of Honor, illuminate the workings of Congress and encourage kids to be active citizens.

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An illuminating biography designed for young readers, the book details Christopher Columbus' life before, during, and after his trip to the New World. This popular work comes with 21 activities to help them understand the life and times of this explorer.

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                    Now available from these fine booksellers:  
Chicago Review Press               Barnes and Noble             Indie Bound