All About America: American Indians

All About America

by Paul Robert Walker

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Be part of history in action! Travel back in time to the most exciting and inspiring periods in American history. Action-packed and historically accurate, All About America covers the most important periods in the history of a burgeoning nation, from Colonists and Independence to The Civil War, and from Cowboys and the Wild West to the early inhabitants, the Native Americans. With detailed reconstructions and original artwork from each period, find yourself immersed in the incredible action, as you confront the redcoats, catch gold fever, journey West, and ride the trails, your trusty lasso at your side.

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by Paul Robert Walker

Paul Robert Walker has written more than 25 books for adults and younger readers, with a special emphasis on the American West. Among his recent titles, Remember Little Bighorn (National Geographic 2006) received multiples awards including School Library Journal Best Book of the Year, and Remember the Alamo (National Geographic 2007) won the June Franklin Naylor Award, given by the Daughters of the Republic Texas to the best book for children on Texas history. Walker lives in Escondido, California.

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All About America: American Indians
by Paul Robert Walker

Reinforced Library Binding

Reinforced Library Binding
Kingfisher
November 2011
Reinforced Library Binding
ISBN: 9780753466940
ISBN10: 0753466945
Middle-Grade Nonfiction
7 7/8 x 10 1/4 inches, 32 pages, Full-color illustrations throughout
Age Range: 9 to 12
Grade Range: 4 to 6
$19.89
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