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May 28, 2001:
Arlington National Cemetery (Cornerstones of Freedom)
This book is featured in Robert's Books. Looking for facts about Arlington National Cemetery? This book is PERFECT FOR YOU! The large print and pictures lets you follow the interesting history of how Arlington became a National Cemetery. Look for other topics from the Cornerstones of Freedom Series, including The Gettysburg Address, The Declaration of Independence, and The Constitution.

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May 21, 2001:
Henry Ford: Young Man With Ideas UNDER $5.OO
This book is featured in Alva's Books. LEARNING IS FUN with this fictional book about Henry Ford's childhood. The Childhood of Famous Americans Series is a medium-size print book with conversational writing and few pictures. Look for biographies about other famous people, including Thomas Alva Edison, Robert E. Lee, and Sacagawea.

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May 14, 2001:
Bowled Over; The Case of the Gravity Goof-Up UNDER $5.OO
This book is featured in Galileo's Books. A GREAT WAY to learn about Galileo and science is by traveling back to Galileo's times with the Kinetic City Super Crew! This group of seven kids help Galileo re-create his gravity experiment at the Leaning Tower of Pisa and make other important scientific discoveries. It also has a section at the back which summarizes the scientific facts learned through their adventures and puzzles to unscramble and decode. It's FUN and EDUCATIONAL!

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May 7, 2001:
A Picture Book of Florence Nightingale
This book is featured in Florence's Books. Great book for young readers. It tells about the life of Florence Nightingale in a simple and easy-to-understand way. There are plenty of pictures with words on every other page. There is also a list of the Important Dates for easy reference. Look for Picture Books about other people, including Abraham Lincoln, Benjamin Franklin, Robert E. Lee, and Sacagawea.

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April 30, 2001:
Biography - Thomas Edison
This video is featured in Alva's Books. A fun and entertaining way to learn about Thomas Alva Edison, the brilliant U.S. Inventor. A&E Biography does a great job on all it documentaries, and the Thomas Edison documentary is no exception. It explores the interesting life and inventions of the fascinating Edison using old photographs, words, and stories. Great addition to your Video Collection!

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April 23, 2001:
Ulysses S. Grant: Eighteenth President of the United States (Encyclopedia of Presidents)
This book is featured in Ulysses' Books. In-depth children's biography about Ulysses as a young boy, cadet at West Point, Civil War General, U.S. President, world traveler, and family man. This series is a great introduction to young readers about Presidents of the United States. There's also a Chronology of American History in the back of the book for an easy-to-look up reference guide.

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April 16, 2001:
Bard of Avon: The Story of William Shakespeare
This book is featured in William Shakespeare's Books. Packed with facts and colorful drawings about William Shakespeare, his life, and his plays, as well as a general knowledge of theatres, actors, acting companies, and patrons. Where did the name "theater" come from? What did it mean when a flag flew over the theatre? What are groundlings? How did the Globe Theatre catch on fire? This book answers these questions and much more. It's a great place to begin to learn about the one of the world's greatest poets and playwrights.

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April 9, 2001:
Robert E. Lee (A&E Civil War Journal)
This video is featured in Robert's Books. An outstanding video about Robert E. Lee. In fact, the entire A&E Civil War Journal is a great history of the war, the battles, the people, and the times in general. It brings the Civil War to life through old photos, actual words and quotes from Robert E. Lee and others, and brilliant historians interpreting what it all meant. If I were back in Jr. High School, I would definitely invest in this series!

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April 2, 2001:
Columbus Discovers America Coloring Book UNDER $5.OO
This book is featured in Christopher's Books. What are your plans for Spring Break? Whether it's hanging out with your friends, going to vacation, visiting relatives, or staying at home, you can add COLOR and EXCITEMENT to your life! This coloring book has ships, oceans, people, and plenty of scenery for you to color and image. And it tells the story of Christopher Columbus' adventures to America with a great map for easy reference. And it's a great bargain for UNDER $5.OO.

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March 26, 2001:
History of Britain (Hotshots Series) UNDER $5.OO
This book is featured in King Hal's Books. Did you ever want a 1-paragraph summary of the 100 Years War, Industrial Revolution, or the London Underground? Then here is a book perfect for you. This quick reference, pocket-sized book highlights 100 major events in British History starting from 4000 BC to the 20th Century. With this book, you'll have access to everything you'll ever need to know about Britain. And for UNDER $5.OO, you can't beat this deal.

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March 19, 2001:
Leonardo Da Vinci
This book is featured in King Hal's Books. Lots of information about the Great Leonardo da Vinci. Leonardo did everything. He painted, invented, experimented, and lived life fully. This book explores everything he did from painting The Last Supper and Mona Lisa to inventing a Flying Machine and Underwater Diving Apparatus. This is a must for every Library. Get Yours Today!

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March 12, 2001:
Lewis and Clark Expedition Coloring Book UNDER $5.OO
This book is featured in Sacagawea's Books. Why not add some color to your lessons? Did Lewis & Clark travel up a blue or pink Missouri River? What color was the sky as they crossed the Continental Divide? Now, you can imagine the Louisiana Territory and the Lewis and Clark Expedition in any color! Just Color-and-Learn. Each picture tells a short account of the journey so you can get a quick lesson while having tons of fun. And it's UNDER $5.OO.

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March 5, 2001:
Schoolhouse Rock! - Science Rock
This video is featured in our Schoolhouse Rock! Bookstore. Every child should own a copy of the Schoolhouse Rock Collection. Fun, cartoon videos and catchy, sing-along songs will stick with you for the rest of your life - who can forget "Conjunction Junction, what's your function?" Don't be left out when your friends sing "Do The Circulation" and "The Energy Blues." Also available: America Rock, Grammar Rock, Multiplication Rock, Schoolhouse Rock CDs.

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February 26, 2001:
Young Harriet Tubman: Freedom Fighter UNDER $5.OO
This book is featured in Abe's Books. Learn how
Harriet Tubman earned the nickname Moses in this easy-to-read book. You'll get a great introduction into the life and times of a real Freedom Fighter. With big print and colorful drawings, this is a must buy for young readers. And it's UNDER $5.OO.
More on African American History at IMA Hero™ Online Bookstore.
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February 19, 2001:
If You Grew Up With George Washington
This book is featured in Ben's Books. Have you ever wondered what kinds of clothes you would wear or what subjects you would learn in school if you lived during George Washington's lifetime? This Question-and-Answer book has these answers and more. Part of the "If You" Series. Great mixture of text and illustrations!

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February 12, 2001:
Abe Lincoln's Hat (Step into Reading) UNDER $5.OO
This book is featured in Abe's Books. Great book for beginning readers! It uses small and easy-to-read words, and it includes colorful drawings on every page. Plus, it tells the INTERESTING and TRUE story about what Abe carried in his tall black stove-pipe hat. At $3.59, it's a GREAT DEAL!

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February 5, 2001:
The Planets in Our Solar System (Let's Read And Find Out Science) UNDER $5.OO.
This book is featured in our
Planets/Space Bookstore. The series contains great books on a variety of subjects, including the earth, sun, moon, and solar system.

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