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Feb 08, Stevie rated it it was ok. Too complicated for small kids and I didn't find it that interesting either - even though I like this series and I love DC. Jul 24, Theresa rated it liked it Shelves: Jul 05, Ranell rated it really liked it.
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N is for Our Nation's Capital: A Washington DC Alphabet
Readers will eagerly turn the pages to learn more true facts like these. Wonderfully written in engaging rhymes for young readers backed with expository text that reveals even more for the more inquisitive reader make N is for our Nation's Capital the perfect keepsake and tribute to Washington DC.
Authored by the husband and wife team of Roland and Marie Smith and backed by Barbara Gibson's stylish illustrations, N is for our Nation's Capital is a perfect fit on any bookshelf. This great exploration into our country's nerve center will have teachers and parents excited and help introduce one of the world's most important cities to children from sea to shining sea.
N is for Our Nation's Capital: A - Sleeping Bear Press
Roland Smith the author of over 25 award winning books for young people. Author Marie Smith was born and raised in Oregon. She lives on a small farm outside of Portland that she shares with a horse, a goat, two dogs, two cats, and another author, Roland Smith. Together Marie and Roland have written five alphabet books. Besides visiting schools and writing, she spends time traveling across country visiting her four grandsons.
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Barbara Leonard Gibson received her B. An ardent environmentalist, she specializes in horse, wildlife and nature illustration. When not engrossed in work, she can usually be found either at the small farm where her two horses are boarded, or at a therapeutic riding center where she volunteers her time.