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North Carolina: Facts and Symbols (The States and Their Symbols) by Shelley Swanson Sateren
This book is geared toward readers aged 4-8 and is part of the "States and Their Symbols" series.
North Carolina (America the Beautiful. Second Series) by Martin Hintz, Stephen V. Hintz, Richard Conrad Stein
An introduction to the Tar Heel State. This book introduces the geography, history, government, economy, the culture and some well-known people of North Carolina, the 12th state to join the Union. For readers 9 to 12 years old.
North Carolina (From Sea to Shining Sea) North Carolina (From Sea to Shining Sea) by Dennis Brindell Fradin
An overview of the state of North Carolina, introducing its history, geography from the Great Smokey Mountains to the Outer Banks, industries, sites of interest, and its famous people for young readers from around 9 to 12 years old. Available in hardcover and paperback.
North Carolina (Portrait of America) North Carolina (Portrait of America) by Kathleen Thompson
This book covers state history, the economy and culture of Georgia with lots of statistics and maps. For readers from around 9 to 12 years old. Available in hardcover and paperback.
North Carolina: The Tar Heel State North Carolina: The Tar Heel State (World Almanac Library of the States) by Sarah Rafle, Jean Craven
The Tar Heel States motto, To be rather than to seem, means that North Carolinians are doers, but theyre dreamers, too. A hundred years ago, the Wright Brothers made their famous first flight on a windy beach here to begin the age of air travel. Today the Raleigh-Durham region is one of the most important research centers in the country. From the coastal scenery of the Outer Banks to the misty glory of the Blue Ridge Mountains, North Carolina is as beautiful as it is busy. This book is geared toward readers aged 9-12.
The North Carolina Atlas: Portrait for a New Century The North Carolina Atlas: Portrait for a New Century Edited by Douglas M. Orr, Jr. and Alfred W. Stuart
The North Carolina Atlas will be an invaluable aid in any effort to better comprehend the past, present, and future of our changing state. Using text and more than three hundred maps, charts, and photographs, the book offers an in-depth yet accessible look at the state's physical environment, history, population, and economy as well as such other aspects of life as government, politics, education, health, culture, and outdoor recreation. Tracing the shifts and patterns that have made North Carolina what it is today, the book also forecasts where these and other trends are taking us in this new century.
Discovering North Carolina Discovering North Carolina: A Tar Heel Reader Edited by Jack Claiborne and William Price
This anthology offers an engaging journey through four centuries of North Carolina life. It draws on a wealth of sources, histories, biographies, diaries, novels, short stories, newspapers, and magazines, to show how North Carolina's rich history and remarkable literary achievements cut across economic and racial lines in often surprising ways. There are selections by or about some of the state's best-known sons and daughters, from Daniel Boone and Andrew Jackson to Ava Gardner, Doris Betts, and Tom Wicker; and topics covered include politics, sports, business, family life, education, race, religion, and war.
The North Carolina Gazetteer The North Carolina Gazetteer by William Stevens Powell
"There is no state glossary for the Atlantic Seaboard (possibly anywhere) that can compare in quality with Bill Powell's glossary of North Carolina." Raven I. McDavid Jr., University of Chicago. "One can't get all this information anywhere else. . . . The book is practically a 'must' for anyone interested in the state's geography or history." North Carolina Historical Review. Winner of an Award of Merit, American Association for State and Local History.
The United States of America
The Scrambled States of America The Scrambled States of America by Laurie Keller
Sorry we didn't run across this incredibly cool visit with the states sooner. This wacky and fun, fun, fun geographical adventure all begins with a grumpy Kansas. Add a 50 state party with dancing and.... We can't stop smiling. For readers 4 to 8 years old.... and the rest of us. REMINDER: If there are young children in your life, don't make the mistake of only purchasing one copy.
The United States of America: A State by State Guide The United States of America: A State by State Guide by Millie Miller, Cyndi Nelson
A guide to each state's official state flower, bird and insect plus info on famous people, inventions and even endangered species. For readers from around 9 to 12 years old.
State Names, Seals, Flags and Symbols State Names, Seals, Flags and Symbols by Benjamin F. Shearer, Barbara S. Shearer.
This is the most comprehensive book we could find about the official state names and nicknames, mottoes, seals, flags, capitols, flowers, trees, birds, songs, and other designations of each state. This book pays special attention to the seals, flags, capitols, flowers, trees, birds and songs of each state. Legal Holidays are included along with license plates, postage stamps fairs and festivals. A reference book.
How Proudly They Wave: Flags of the 50 States How Proudly They Wave: Flags of the 50 States by Rita D. Haban
The design, history and significance of all fifty state flags are covered in this book. For readers 9 to 12 years old.
Yo, Sacramento (And All Those Other Capitals You Don't
			Know : And All Those Other State Capitals You Don't Know Yo, Sacramento (And All Those Other State Capitals You Don't Know) by Will Cleveland, Mark Alvarez, Tate Nation
A great introduction to the state capitals of the United States, including lots of interesting facts about geography, history, people and landmarks of the United States. For readers from around 9 to 12 years old, but fun and informative for all ages.
The World Almanac of the U.S.A. The World Almanac of the U.S.A. by Allan Carpenter and Carl Provorse
This book is chock full of statistical data, historical information and items of interest for all 50 states. Essential facts about the U.S.A. In depth profiles of all fifty states. State rankings in 100 categories. We can recommend this book as an excellent resource.
The World
Times Atlas of the World. Times Atlas of the World : Comprehensive Edition
The "Times Atlas of the World" is certainly the most comprehensive single volume world atlas available. If you want accuracy and detail, purchase this book... over thirty years in the making. This Atlas is remarkable in its reliability with an index listing over 200,000 place names; more by far than any of its competitors.
National Geographic Atlas of the World National Geographic Atlas of the World
When opened, you'll be viewing three square feet of maps and information. This beautiful atlas, first published over 35 years ago is in its seventh edition and has a personal feel that brings life to the 191 countries of the world. Over 3,500 place names in the index and state of the art maps make this wonderful atlas... wonderful!

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