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Engaging in the U.S. Presidential Election A lot of home educators want to engage their students in learning about contemporary U.S. politics, especially the upcoming
U.S. History Books & Resources
As climate change is warming our planet, the ice in Earth’s cryosphere is melting — from glaciers to mountaintop patches to permafrost. An unexpected result of this melting has been the discovery of artifacts that were long preserved in the ice’s depths.
From the crossing of the Bering Land Bridge over 20,000 years ago to the arrival of the Europeans, this classic picture book paints the early discoveries of America in grand strokes. The text is useful for both the classroom and at home as it combines beautiful landscape illustrations with factual features: maps, timelines, chronological tables, and easy-to-use appendixes.