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Time for Kids: Abigail Adams: Eyewitness to America's Birth by Editors Of Time For Kids
Time for Kids: Alexander Graham Bell: Inventor of the Telephone by Editors Of Time For Kids
Time For Kids: Benjamin Franklin: A Man of Many Talents by Editors Of Time For Kids
Time For Kids: Clara Barton: Angel of the Battlefield by Editors Of Time For Kids
Time For Kids: Eleanor Roosevelt: First Lady of the World by Editors Of Time For Kids
Time For Kids: Franklin D. Roosevelt: A Leader in Troubled Times by Editors Of Time For Kids
Time For Kids: Harriet Tubman: A Woman of Courage by Editors Of Time For Kids
Time for Kids: Henry Ford: Putting the World on Wheels by Editors Of Time For Kids
Time For Kids: Jackie Robinson: Strong Inside and Out (Time for Kids Biographies) by Editors Of Time For Kids
Time for Kids: Jesse Owens: Running into History by Editors Of Time For Kids
Time for Kids: John F. Kennedy: The Making of a Leader by Editors Of Time For Kids
Time For Kids: Ronald Reagan: From Silver Screen to Oval Office by Editors Of Time For Kids
Time for Kids: Rosa Parks: Civil Rights Pioneer by Editors Of Time For Kids
Time for Kids: Theodore Roosevelt: The Adventurous President by Editors Of Time For Kids
Time for Kids: Thomas Edison: A Brilliant Inventor by Editors Of Time For Kids

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  1. Teddy Roosevelt: Rough Rider by Louis Sabin (1986)
  2. The Wright Brothers: A Flying Start by Elizabeth MacLeod (2002)
  3. World War II Days (American Kids in History) by David C. King (2000)
  4. Who Was Ronald Reagan? by Joyce Milton (2004)
  5. Ghosts of the Civil War by Cheryl Harness (2002)
  6. Abe Lincoln's Hat by Martha Brenner (1994)
  7. Rosa Parks by Maryann N. Weidt (1992)
  8. A Picture Book of Eleanor Roosevelt by David A. Adler (1991)
  9. Franklin D. Roosevelt: A Photo-Illustrated Biography by Steve Potts (1996)
  10. Freedom Seeker (Creative Minds Biography) by Gwenyth Swain (2003)
  11. We'll Race You Henry: A Story About Henry Ford (Carolrhoda Creative Minds Series) by Barbara Mitchell (1986)
  12. Florence Nightingale (Rookie Biographies) by Carol Alexander (2004)
  13. Great Black Heroes: Five Notable Inventors by Wade Hudson (1995)
  14. Bill Gates (WR Social Studies: People We Should Know) by Jonatha A. Brown (2004)
  15. Growing Up in Coal Country by Susan Campbell Bartoletti (1600)

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Also avoid publisher series, unless the publisher has a true monopoly over the "works" in question. So, the Dummies guides are a series of works. But the Loeb Classical Library is a series of editions, not of works.

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