What Is America?

Contributors

By Michelle Medlock Adams

Illustrated by Amy Wummer

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$7.99

Price

$11.99 CAD

Format

Board book

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Board book $7.99 $11.99 CAD

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Little learners can discover the symbols, values, and beliefs that make America so great with this patriotic follow-up to best-selling board books What Is Christmas? and What Is Easter?
In this engaging look at America, Michelle Medlock Adams introduces little ones to the beliefs and ideals that make America unique. Heartfelt and humorous questions ponder all of the things that America might be about-the flag, the Fourth of July, the Statue of Liberty. Readers quickly learn that America is about more than symbols and monuments. It’s a land of freedom and democracy where dreams come true. Whimsical artwork and rhyming verse will capture children’s imaginations as they explore what America means to them.

Series:

On Sale
Apr 23, 2019
Page Count
22 pages
Publisher
WorthyKids
ISBN-13
9780824916954

Michelle Medlock Adams

About the Author

Michelle Medlock Adams is an award-winning author of over 90 books, with close to 4 million books sold. Her best-selling What Is . . .? board book series with WorthyKids includes What Is Easter? and What Is Christmas?, which have sold more than 300,000 copies each. Michelle has helped pen a New York Times bestseller, hosted TBN's Joy in Our Town TV program, blogged for Guideposts, and taught "Writing for Children" at Taylor University and at more than 100 writers' conferences. Michelle is married to her high-school sweetheart, Jeff. They have two married daughters, two grandsons, and four granddaughters. When not writing, teaching, or speaking, Michelle enjoys bass fishing with her husband and cheering on the Chicago Cubs. Michelle lives in Bedford, Indiana.

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