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  • Item #: 001548
    ISBN: 9781561452453
    Retail: $8.95
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    Written around real people and events from history, this book is a realistic, exciting story of 12-year old Sam Collier, the page of John Smith. Sam thinks he is the luckiest boy in the world, on an adventurous voyage to the New World. However, there are dangers Sam never even considered, and his courage will be tested many times. If Sam ever gets the opportunity to leave Virginia and go back to England, will he leave the dangerous New World behind? 198 pgs.

  • Item #: 037661
    ISBN: 9780736862103
    Retail: $8.10
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  • Item #: 006837
    ISBN: 9780310713920
    Retail: $7.99
    Rainbow Price: $5.75
  • Item #: 043463
    ISBN: 9780736844796
    Retail: $8.19
    Rainbow Price: $6.75
  • Item #: 045915
    ISBN: 9781933122045
    Retail: $6.95
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  • Item #: 046741
    ISBN: 9781929756612
    Retail: $25.00
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  • Item #: 035186
    Retail: $11.99
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  • Item #: 049590
    ISBN: 9781893103474
    Retail: $6.95
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    Discover the settling of Jamestown through the eyes of one of the settlers. A mother reads to her two children the journal entries of their grandfather when he first journeyed to the New World. The grandfather's story is recounted in a journal format, and throughout the book, the mother and children interject comments. Sketches related to the journal entries make the story come alive. 32 pgs, pb. – John

  • Item #: 016107
    ISBN: 9780439369022
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    Feisty, determined Lizzie adjusts to the departure of both Captain John Smith and her dear friend Jessie. Facing new challenges, Lizzie records in her second diary the colony's day-by-day struggle for survival as it faces a harsh winter and a scarcity of food.

  • Item #: 009479
    ISBN: 9780439368988
    Retail: $5.99
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    Lizzie Barker is only nine, but she is keeping a diary of her trip and time in Jamestown for her brother. He had to stay behind because he was too weak to make the journey, so she records all the new and strange things for him, including the land, the Indians, and her adventures.

  • Item #: 052250
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    Lists landmark dates in US history beginning with the 1607 Jamestown settlement through the 2009 Election of President Obama.

  • Item #: 026977
    ISBN: 9781628630220
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    Rainbow Price: $225.00

    Focuses on topics from early American history. 6 units include: Columbus, Jamestown, Pilgrims, Daniel Boone, Lewis & Clark, and Trails West. 3rd edition is split into six perfect-bound books (one per six week unit), and student notebook pages are now sold separately in loose-leaf, 3-hole punched print format. Student pages are no longer included in digital format for this level.

  • Item #: 046702
    ISBN: 9781594763205
    Retail: $6.45
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  • Item #: 029103
    ISBN: 9780064403337
    Retail: $7.99
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    Amanda Freebold's father sails to the new colony of Jamestown, hoping to make a life there for his family. Amanda and her two siblings stay behind with their mother and work hard for Mistress Trippett to make ends meet in the meantime. After three years, the Freebold children's mother dies and they are left alone. Amanda makes the hard decision to cross the ocean and join their father in the new world, and the children start the long, hard journey with only a brass lion that their father left to guard them.

  • Item #: 045883
    ISBN: 9781594648281
    Retail: $34.99
    Rainbow Price: $25.50

    A great value! 6 DVDs include four from the American history series and two combined volumes of the series above: Columbus, Pilgrims and Early Boston; Patriots, Penn and the Freedom Trial; Soldiers, Jamestown and Heroes of VA; The Revolutionary; Rome, Greece and the Word; and Turkey and East Meets West. About 10 hours.

  • Item #: 036870
    ISBN: 9780439241144
    Retail: $15.99
    Rainbow Price: $11.95

    For all your hands-on, kinesthetic, visual, arty, or just-plain-bored-with-textbook students, I recommend this! With 26 different map activities covering various periods from the first Americans (stated as arriving 15,000 years ago) to the landing on the moon, each major period of US history is included. Each map activity includes a two page spread with directions on how to make the maps, followed by two reproducible map pages which usually require tape and scissors to complete. The period-applicable maps, once completed, become 3-D maps with moveable pieces. All are in black and white and can be colored, if desired. The directions pages also include teaching points on the geography and history surrounding the maps. A really neat supplement to any US history program, some of the periods mapped include: Vikings discover America, settlements at Roanoke and Jamestown, piracy on the high seas, Washington crosses the Delaware, the trail of tears, western cattle trails, building the Panama Canal, and many more. pb. ~ Zach

  • Item #: 047788
    Retail: $9.49
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    What can't you do with this paper collection? The package of 32 sheets includes four different double-sided styles, each printed to look like different types of ancient paper. All are blank on one side and feature a subtle pattern on the other. One looks like ancient papyrus, while others look like various types of old parchment. I'd indulge in these sheets for special writing assignments, historical craft projects, invitations for a themed party or event, drawing treasure maps, map-making activities for that special history notebook, scrapbooking, etc. Great student incentive too… I bet that report on Jamestown would look even more impressive on antique parchment! – Jess

  • Item #: 050633
    ISBN: 9780857383396
    Retail: $12.99
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    Fifty events beginning with September 28, 480 B.C. and concluding with September 11, 2001, were chosen for their impact on world history. The author's choice of these important dates and events comes from a secular view of history. He includes the Crucifixion of Jesus Christ on Good Friday 30 A.D. as the start of the Christian era. Other events include: the death of Muhammad, the coronation of Charlemagne, the founding of Jamestown, VA, the fall of the Bastille, Alexander Graham Bell discovers the telephone, the Boxer rebellion, Operation Barbarossa, the bombing of Hiroshima and the release from prison of Nelson Mandela. He explains what may have happened in the world if these events had gone differently. I think it would be interesting for students to read this book and then create their own list of events that they feel changed the world. ~ Sara

  • Item #: 049654
    ISBN: 9781585741373
    Retail: $19.95
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    Immerse yourself in the character and culture of the men and women who conquered the American frontier! Reminiscent of the David Macaulay building and engineering books, the author successfully recreates life on the American frontier with engaging text and first rate, black & white illustrations. Beginning in Jamestown, 1607, you will be transported through the early life and times of America and be introduced to the history of the Germans and Scots in Pennsylvania, the flint lock rifle, building of log cabins, forts, medicine and witchcraft, and what childhood looked like. The author weaves the story of the Seven Year War, the Revolutionary War, Land Ordinances, the Louisiana Purchase and the Northwest exploration. We learn of steam boats, the cotton frontier, early railroads, fur trade, the Oregon Trail, the history of the Mormon Church, stage coaches in California, Civil War and the West, and the Cattle Drives. Each chapter provides abundant illustrations and maps, and interesting text to bring alive the early days of America, this book breathes life into American history studies. Pb, 161 pgs. ~ Deanne

  • Item #: 062245
    ISBN: 9780976579373
    Retail: $0.00
    Rainbow Price: $24.95

    Ballads are somewhat of a lost art form, but historically, they were a way to pass on to future generations the events and details from history. From Sing ‘n Learn comes this musical approach to reinforce your American History study. Nine ballads (chapters) move through key elements of US history, from Roanoke/Jamestown, Revolutionary and Civil War, to the Transcontinental Railroad.

    Each chapter follows the same format. First, you’ll find the ballad printed in full (the audio is located in chronological order on the CD). Then the author expands on specific details highlighted in each song. The author clarifies that this is not a history textbook, but the elaboration contains a good amount of explanation. Each chapter ends with a set of Discussion Questions (no answers included). At the book’s end, each ballad is reprinted in full text and includes the melody line and chords.

    Black and white illustrations are included throughout. Some illustrations appear as though they’ve been photocopied and some are occasionally applied as a “watermark” behind text, making the text a little more challenging to read. Another minor negative is that in adding CDs, book references to song locations being on specific cassette tapes were not updated. However, songs are placed chronologically on each CD. One CD includes music and vocals; one contains instrumental only. This set could serve as a tool for your auditory learners and a simple way to remember key points of American history. 8 1/2” x 10 3/4”, 159 pp, sc. ~ Ruth