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Welcome to the United States of America! Visit its mountains. Celebrate the Fourth of July. Find out about this country's animals, people, and food.
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Explains the Pledge of Allegiance in a way kids can understand, with the primary-source document side by side with the explanation. Also includes context and ...
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The stars and stripes remind people of freedom. Read about this important national symbol.
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