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Lewis and Clark: A Prairie Dog for the President

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In 1803, President Thomas Jefferson sends Lewis and Clark out west to explore. He tells them to make maps, draw pictures, and collect plants. Most importantly, he tells them to send presents. What kind of present is good enough for a president? Illustrations.
Hardcover, 48 pages
Published May 27th 2003 by Turtleback Books (first published January 1st 2003)
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Eva Leger
Julia liked this more than she usually seems to with stories based on fact. I personally love non-fiction and even though I read a lot of fiction of different sorts, in my heart, non-fiction is set in place. I kind of always assumed Julia would love the genre as much as I did. But she really hasn't - not to the degree I'd like to see anyway. Maybe she'll be more of a fiction lover.
She can't read well enough to read this alone so we read this one together. She's not into history or geography enou
Jennifer Oaks
This book is an excellent representation of the expedition of Lewis and Clark. It shows what they found on their expedition and how they came up with the name for the prairie dog.
Sharlene Spencer
This story of Lewis and Clark has humorous illustrations. The story and characters are true. A good book to have in the classroom for discussions on exploring.
Catherine Woodman
This whole series is a good introduction to famous folks at a casual level
Great book for 2-5th grade on learning about the adventures of Lewis and Clark!
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Shirley Raye Redmond is the author of several "sweet" romance novels and dozens of children's books. Many of her titles have won both national and regional awards. She is a member of numerous writing organizations, including Women Writing the West, Southwest Writers, American Christian Fiction Writers, Romance Writers of America, and the Society of Children's Book Writers and Illustrators. She liv ...more
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