Spenser's America

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After visiting cities and towns all over the country, Spenser decided he needed to talk to his friends about the whole United States of America. In this book, Spenser’s America, Spenser and Mom talk about the natural wonders, the man-made wonders, the special moments in history, and the great stuff made in our United States. With a free map available online, children and their parents or teachers can follow along with Spenser and Mom as they talk about these things. Spenser and Mom also talk about the Melting Pot...
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Overview

After visiting cities and towns all over the country, Spenser decided he needed to talk to his friends about the whole United States of America. In this book, Spenser’s America, Spenser and Mom talk about the natural wonders, the man-made wonders, the special moments in history, and the great stuff made in our United States. With a free map available online, children and their parents or teachers can follow along with Spenser and Mom as they talk about these things. Spenser and Mom also talk about the Melting Pot of America and how we have not always been nice to people who looked or acted different from us. Spenser encourages his young friends to join him in being a Proud American.
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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9780983793205
  • Publisher: Simple Fish Book Company, LLC
  • Publication date: 12/1/2011
  • Series: SpenserNation Series , #5
  • Pages: 45
  • Sales rank: 1,225,094
  • Age range: 4 - 11 Years
  • Product dimensions: 9.10 (w) x 12.20 (h) x 0.40 (d)

Meet the Author

Mom is the originator of the SpenserNation concept. She developed these ideas as the result of comments from friends who received her emails about Spenser's travels. Mom cares deeply about hungry children in America and decided to use the skills God blessed her with to support the food banks associated with Feeding America. Spenser is the last of Mom's children and she is very fortunate to have a beautiful granddaughter, Hannah, to love and spoil. Mom and Spenser have been very lucky to meet wonderful people in their travels and have friends from coast to coast that they love to visit. They have visited all fifty states. Many churches, community associations, and civic organizations around the country are also involved in the fight to end child hunger. Mom and Spenser also volunteer with charitable organizations in the cities they have visited.
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