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Series: Step-Up Books

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The Adventures of Lewis and Clark (Step-Up Books) by Ormonde De Kay
Animals Do the Strangest Things by Leonora Hornblow
Baseball Players Do Amazing Things (Step-Up Books) by Mel Cebulash
Birds Do the Strangest Things by Leonora Hornblow
The First Christmas (Step-Up Books) by John Paris
Fish Do the Strangest Things by Leonora Hornblow
Insects Do the Strangest Things by Leonora Hornblow
Kids do amazing things by Arthur Myers
Meet Abraham Lincoln (Step-Up Books) by Barbara Cary
Meet Andrew Jackson (Step-Up Books) by Ormonde De Kay
Meet Christopher Columbus (Step-Up Books) by James T. de Kay
Meet George Washington (Step-Up Books) by Joan Heilbroner
Meet John F. Kennedy (Step-Up Books) by Nancy Bean White
Meet the Men who Sailed the Seas by John Dyment
Meet the Pilgrim Fathers (Step-Up Books) by Elizabeth Payne
Meet Theodore Roosevelt (Step-Up Books) by Ormonde De Kay
Meet Thomas Jefferson (Step-Up Books) by Marvin Barrett
Prehistoric Monsters Did the Strangest Things by Leonora Hornblow
Reptiles Do the Strangest Things by Leonora Hornblow
Sea Creatures Do Amazing Things (Step-Up Books) by Arthur Myers
Star Wars: The Making of the Movie (Step-Up Books) by Larry Weinberg
The Story of Flight (Step-Up Books) by Mary Lee Settle
White House Children (Step-Up Books) by Miriam Anne Bourne
Wonder Women of Sports (Step-Up Books) by Betty Millsap Jones
Meet the North American Indians (Step-Up Books) by Elizabeth Payne8
Meet Benjamin Franklin (Step-Up Books) by Maggi Scarf16
Meet Robert E. Lee (Step-Up Books) by George Swift Trow18
Meet Martin Luther King, Jr. (Step-Up Books) by James T. de Kay19
Football Players Do Amazing Things by Mel Cebulash22
Plants Do Amazing Things (Step-Up Books) by Hedda Nussbaum25
Daredevils Do Amazing Things (Step-Up Books) by Robert Kraske26
Magicians Do Amazing Things (Step-Up Books) by Robert Kraske27
Animals Build Amazing Homes (Step-Up Books) by Hedda Nussbaum29
Put Your Foot in Your Mouth (Step-Up Books) by James A. Cox31
Secrets of the Mummies (Step-Up Books) by Joyce Milton35

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