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Black Dog & Leventhal Publishers, Incorporated, 2007 - Juvenile Nonfiction - 45 pages
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Learn about the history, landmarks, and lore of the Grand Canyon State in this illustrated journey through the amazing landscape and culture of Arizona. Fascinating facts about everything that makes Arizona unique are all here in kid-friendly terms—ranging from the Cliffs of Montezuma and the Wild West to the plants and animals living in the desert, the ghost town of Jerome, the New Age village of Sedona, the cosmopolitan city of Phoenix and, of course, the majestic wonder of the Grand Canyon. It is a western feast of delights for kids (and their parents!) to learn about and explore.

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Review: State Shapes: Arizona

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This is a fun series if you have young readers who are just interested in some of the highpoints of facts about states. The books come in state shapes which will draw attention to patrons ... Read full review

About the author (2007)

Erin McHugh is a former publishing executive and author of more than a dozen books, including The Little Road Trip Handbook.nbsp; She is also the author of several of the books in Black Dog and Leventhal's State Shape series.nbsp; She resides in New York City and South Dartmouth, Massachusetts.

Alfred Schriers childrens illustrations have appeared in publications for Disney, Scholastic, Houghton Mifflin, and more. He lives in Cleveland, Ohio.

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