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Most students study the fifty states in the upper elementary grades (with many teachers integrating poetry across the curriculum), so this volume will be a logical and welcome choice for larger school and public library collections. (Poetry 8-12) "In this unique review of American geography, we tour region by region from the Northeast through the South, Great Lakes, Plains, Mountains, Southwest and Pacific states. It also did not help that CBS had placed 60 Minutes directly opposite it.

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