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The Bill of Rights in Translation: What It Really Means (Fact Finders: Kids' Translations) by Amie Jane Leavitt
The Declaration of Independence in Translation: What It Really Means (Fact Finders: Kids' Translations) by Amie Jane Leavitt
The Dollar Bill in Translation: What It Really Means (Fact Finders: Kids' Translations) by Christopher Forest
Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.'s I Have a Dream Speech in Translation: What It Really Means (Fact Finders: Kids' Translations) by Leslie J. Holland
The Gettysburg Address in Translation: What It Really Means (Fact Finders: Kids' Translations) by Kay Melchisedech Olson
The Pledge of Allegiance in Translation: What It Really Means (Fact Finders: Kids' Translations) by Elizabeth Raum
The Star Spangled Banner in Translation: What It Really Means (Fact Finders: Kids' Translations) by Elizabeth Raum

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  1. Martin Luther King, Jr. : 10 Days by David Colbert (2008)
  2. The Bill of Rights (We the People: Revolution and the New Nation) by Michael Burgan (2001)
  3. A New Nation: The United States: 1783-1815 (American Story) by Betsy Maestro (2009)
  4. The Mystery of the Roanoke Colony (Graphic Library: Graphic History) by Xavier W. Niz (2006)
  5. True Stories of the Revolutionary War by Elizabeth Raum (2013)
  6. Speeches and Writings: Volume 2: 1859-1865 by Abraham Lincoln (1989)
  7. The Star-Spangled Banner (On My Own History) by Catherine A. Welch (2005)
  8. The Declaration of Independence by Sam Fink (2002)
  9. The Constitution (Cornerstones of Freedom second series) by Marilyn Prolman (1995)
  10. The Gettysburg Address by Abraham Lincoln (1963)
  11. The Declaration of Independence (True Books: American History) by Patricia Ryon Quiri (1998)
  12. National Geographic Readers: Martin Luther King, Jr. (Readers Bios) by Kitson Jazynka (2012)
  13. Steve Jobs, Steve Wozniak, and the Personal Computer (Graphic Library: Inventions and Discovery) by Donald B. Lemke (2007)
  14. Shh! We're Writing the Constitution by Jean Fritz (1987)
  15. Those Rebels, John and Tom by Barbara Kerley (2012)

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