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Series: Time for Kids Biographies

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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 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
Time for Kids: 2 Pack: Harriet Tubman, a Woman of Courage ; Abigail Adams, Eyewitness to America's Birth by Editors of TIME for KidsSet
Time for Kids: U.S. Presidents: Franklin D. Roosevelt, John F. Kennedy & Ronald Reagan - Three Extraordinary Leaders by Editors of TIME for KidsSet

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