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The Mississippi River

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The highest-level Wonder Books encourage advanced students to extend their skills, by instilling the confidence that they can read to learn subjects of their own choosing! Level Three Readers feature more difficult vocabulary and longer page lengths, with three or four sentences per page. Topics are selected to meet higher comprehension abilities, including U.S. history ...more
Hardcover, 32 pages
Published August 1st 2000 by Child's World (first published July 2000)
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Amy
Aug 07, 2010 Amy rated it it was amazing
A cute book and very informative.

For those who didn't know, the name of the river comes from the Ojibwa Indians. The Ojibwa call the river Mezzi-sippi. This word means "great river". The river came to be known as the Mississippi River.
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Per Library of Congress Authorities:
670 __ |a E-mail from author, 25 April 2011: |b (Remarried and changed surname to Amoroso; several series being re-issued under new name)

Previous/other names:
Cynthia Fitterer Klingel
Cindy Klingel
Cynthia Klingel
Cynthia A. Klingel
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