In Lead the Way, you will read about people who are working toward their goals by taking bold strides. Some travel to distant lands to student rare plants, while other simply plants a garden in their neighborhood.
Dear Reader, We all can think of people who inspire us. They may be historical figures, friends, or family members. We look up to people who are not afraid to move ahead in a new direction. In Lead the Way, you will read about people who are working toward their goals by taking bold strides. Some travel to distant lands to study rare plants, while others simply plant a garden in their neighborhood. Some help those around them, while others work to improve themselves. Some even brave the dangers of the frontier to lead the way west. As you read this book, you will see how both real people and story characters solve problems and make the most of changes. You may find someone here to inspire you! Now, keep your eyes and your mind wide open, turn the page, and prepare to read about people who lead the way. Sincerely, The Authors
An easy to read practice book for children.
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For children on school trips or traveling with their families, here is kid-friendly information about popular monuments, museums, exhibits, shopping, sporting events--and even day trips outside the immediate metropolitan area. Originally published in 1989, this handy guide now features completely updated text and photographs, along with the puzzles, games, and wonderful tidbits of trivia that have made it one of the most useful D.C. guidebooks for children.A Kid's Guide to Washington, D.C. is the perfect traveling companion for any youngster who wants to play an active role in planning a family vacation. Includes:PuzzlesGamesTriviaAnd More!
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