A Kid's Guide to the Smithsonian
From Dorothy's red slippers to the Wright brothers plane, the Smithsonian is filled with objects fascinating to kids. Yet choosing what to see in the nation's largest museum complex can challenge even the most enthusiastic families. Packed with information and pictures, this lively new guide offers eight to 12-year-olds a way to navigate the Smithsonian. 250 full color illustrations.
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NATIONAL MUSEUM OF AMERICAN HISTORY
Digging into the Past
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