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The Bill of Rights in Translation: What It Really Means
The Bill of Rights in Translation: What It Really Means
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The Bill of Rights in Translation: What It Really Means

How long is four score and seven years? Just what are unalienable rights? These translations make important historical documents meaningful. Each book translates the work of a primary source into a language you can understand.

 
ISBN978-1-5157-4218-0
6-Pack ISBN978-1-5157-4394-1
GRLV
Early Intervention   28
Lexile Level900L
ATOS Level5.9
GenreInformational
SubjectGovernment, American Culture
Page Count32
Copyright2016
SeriesKids' Translations
Teacher NotesYes
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$8.10
 


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Amie Jane Leavitt

Amie Jane Leavitt

Amie Jane Leavitt is an accomplished author and photographer who loves to travel the globe in search of interesting story ideas and beautiful places to capture in photos. Amie has written nearly 50 books for children. She graduated from Brigham Young University as an education major and has since taught all subjects and grade levels in both private and public schools. She also has contributed to online and print media, and has worked as a consultant, writer, and editor for numerous educational publishing and assessment companies.

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