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Carry the Constitution with you! Makes a great teaching tool! We offer a 20% bulk discount on purchases of 25 or more. Fits perfectly in any pocket.
    AMERICA takes a fresh and compelling look at the birth of our nation, with lavish illustrations and interactive novelty spreads on every page.
      Book Includes: Adventure Comic, Hands-on Activities, National Archives Essentials, Photos, Documents, Cool Facts, Archiving How-Tos, Membership Card, and lots more!
        Articles in the issue include an introduction to the facility's history, a behind-the-scenes look at the renovation of Archives I and the restoration of the murals that hang there, as well as some history about the Charters of Freedom.
          Build replicas of famous paddlewheelers and ironclad fighting ships. Create regimental uniforms and flags, for both Confederate and Union armies. Construct a working telegraph and battlefield camera.
            From colonial fashions and trades to biographies on key historical figures such as Captain John Smith and Thomas Jefferson, this interactive guide blends engaging activities with facts and trivia about early America.
              A fine classroom supplement and a solid information source for kids writing social studies reports, this book explains the federal system as it works today.
                "For those constitutionally opposed to history lessons, Smith profiles the Founding Fathers as the nonconformist kids they might have been…As hilarious as it is informative, a wonderful complement to the singular blend of parody and historically..."
                  This publication focuses on the elements that combined to achieve that success: the grand vision and the hard science―the imagination and engineering—the poetry and power that characterized so much of the Kennedy Presidency.
                    This highly illustrated volume uses memoirs, scrapbooks, and letters to reveal the wide range of formative experiences that shaped the lives of the Presidents from Herbert Hoover to George W. Bush. (hardcover)
                      This highly illustrated volume uses memoirs, scrapbooks, and letters to reveal the wide range of formative experiences that shaped the lives of the Presidents from Herbert Hoover to George W. Bush. (softcover)
                        Begins with Calvin Coolidge who lit the first national Christmas tree in DC, 1923. Traces Christmas for every President through every year, starting with Calvin Coolidge (updated through the 2006 Christmas).
                          This collection tells the story of the Revolution, from the hated Stamp Act and the Boston Tea Party to the British surrender at Yorktown and the creation of the United States Constitution.
                            "Imagine laws ordering you not to eat with, ride the bus with, go to school with, or marry someone just because you and that person had different skin colors."
                              Learn about the National Archives as you color in images of the Rotunda murals, George Washington and our new Public Vaults exhibit!
                                This little book, written for ages 3+, explains the birth of America.
                                  This little book, written for ages 3+, explains the life of Martin Luther King Jr.
                                    This book tells boys and girls about the great American document itself--explaining exactly what the Constitution does, as well as how it affects and protects people today.
                                      Updated to include reference to recent Supreme Court cases, this volume explains all seven Articles of the Constitution, its Preamble, and its Amendments. The Constitution is set down in its entirety and explained in detail.
                                        Pulitzer Prize winner Jules Feiffer teams up with his daughter Kate to tell a warm-hearted story of a worldwide competition to be the perfect White House pet!
                                          The activities in this book show children how it felt to live through this monumental period in history. Kids can play a rationing game or try the butter extender recipe to understand the everyday sacrifices of rationing goods...and MORE!