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What Are Elections? (Heinemann First Library: First Guide to Government) by Nancy HarrisMy First Guide to Government
What's the State Legislative Branch? (First Guide to Government) by Nancy HarrisMy First Guide to Government
What's a City Council? (Heinemann First Library: First Guide to Government) by Nancy HarrisMy First Guide to Government
What's a Governor? (Heinemann First Library: First Guide to Government) by Nancy HarrisMy First Guide to Government
What's a Mayor? (Heinemann First Library: First Guide to Government) by Nancy HarrisMy First Guide to Government
What's a President and Vice President? (Heinemann First Library: First Guide to Government) by Nancy HarrisMy First Guide to Government
What's Congress? (Heinemann First Library: First Guide to Government) by Nancy HarrisMy First Guide to Government
What's Government? (Heinemann First Library: First Guide to Government) by Nancy HarrisMy First Guide to Government
What's the State Judicial Branch? (Heinemann First Library: First Guide to Government) by Nancy HarrisMy First Guide to Government
What's the Supreme Court? (Heinemann First Library: First Guide to Government) by Nancy HarrisMy First Guide to Government

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  3. What Are the Amendments? (First Guide to Government) by Nancy Harris (2008)
  4. Smokestacks and Spinning Jennys (Industrial Revolution) by Sean Stewart Price (2007)
  5. Monkeys (Creature Comparisons) by Tracey Crawford (2006)
  6. Who Leads Our Country? (Know Your Government) by Jacqueline Laks Gorman (2008)
  7. The Pledge of Allegiance (Heinemann First Library: Symbols of Freedom) by Lola M. Schaefer (2002)
  8. Our Leaders (First Step Nonfiction) by Ann-Marie Kishel (2007)
  9. Voting and Elections (Let's See Library: Our Nation) by Patricia J. Murphy (2001)
  10. The American Presidency by Clinton Rossiter (1926)
  11. All about Poodles (Pebble Plus: Dogs, Dogs, Dogs) by Erika L. Shores (2013)
  12. Chief Tecumseh (Native American Biographies) by Anne M. Todd (2004)
  13. Running for Public Office (True Books: Civics) by Sarah E. De Capua (2002)
  14. The New Big Book of U.S. Presidents: Fascinating Facts about Each and Every President, Including an American History Timeline by Todd Davis (2000)
  15. Vice President (Know Your Government) by Jacqueline Laks Gorman (2008)

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