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Air Force One (Rookie Read-About: American Symbols) (edition 2014)

by Joanne Mattern (Author)

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This series celebrates those symbols that have extra-special meaning for our nation. Whether it is a bird, a plane, or a building, these American symbols uniquely encapsulate the ideals held dear in the United States. Key Features: A Look Inside feature that includes: - cutaway illustrations with callouts - interactive maps with critical-thinking questions - an in-depth explanation of what the words to The Pledge of Allegiance mean Fun facts offering fun, sometimes little-known facts about the subject A timeline that tracks the development of each American symbol Glossary with pictures www.factsfornow.scholastic.com See inside front cover for more information.… (more)
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Title:Air Force One (Rookie Read-About: American Symbols)
Authors:Joanne Mattern (Author)
Info:Childrens Pr (2014), 32 pages
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Air Force One (Rookie Read-About American Symbols) by Joanne Mattern

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This book is about what the presidents use to fly. The book has much information about the airplanes. The book gives you information about the plane like were the dining facility and the presidents office is. The airplane is very big. It also tells us about which president added more planes. The book provides much information on what plane is used. when the plane was used by Obama he flew to hawaii every december. The plane is the safest fleet on Earth.

I think this book is very informational. The book tells you a lot about the air force one. I think this book is a good book for kids to read. This book also tells you about inside the plane. The book is really good for a book report because it is informational. The book is good because you also learn about how safe it is. All in all it is a great book.
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This series celebrates those symbols that have extra-special meaning for our nation. Whether it is a bird, a plane, or a building, these American symbols uniquely encapsulate the ideals held dear in the United States. Key Features: A Look Inside feature that includes: - cutaway illustrations with callouts - interactive maps with critical-thinking questions - an in-depth explanation of what the words to The Pledge of Allegiance mean Fun facts offering fun, sometimes little-known facts about the subject A timeline that tracks the development of each American symbol Glossary with pictures www.factsfornow.scholastic.com See inside front cover for more information.

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