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California State Parks
Code: 0-89886-762-2
Price: $17.95
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California State Parks By RHONDA OSTERTAG The impossibly huge redwoods of Humboldt State Park, the breezy Pacific shores of Point Lobos State Reserve, and the starkly beautiful mountains of Plumas-Eureka State Park are prime examples of California's natural diversity. This recreation guide will help you make the most of them!

Best Book Ever About California Missions
Code: 1-56500-048-X
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BEST BOOK EVER ABOUT CALIFORNIA MISSIONS By RANDY WOMACK - A simplified, yet detailed guide to all of the California Missions. A comprehensive, easy-to-use resource for students of all ages. Reproduction for use in the classroom permissible.

Patty Reed's Doll - The story of the Donner Party
Code: 0-9617357-2-4
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Patty Reed's Doll - The story of the Donner Party - A wooden doll recalls the hope with which a group of pioneers begins their journey and the ordeals they face as they travel from Springfield, Illinois, to California. Patty Reed's Doll tells the story of the Donner Party, a group of pioneers who made a wrong decision to follow an untried cutoff as they journeyed to California. They found themselves trapped in deep snow in the Sierra Nevada Mountains during the winter of 1846. Stranded without sufficient food less than one-hundred miles from safety, they faced the bitter trials of starvation, illness and death. This account is told through the eyes of a tiny doll which eight-year old Patty Reed kept hidden in her apron pocket. The story is appropriate for teaching the Westward Movement and California history and does not go into the bleaker facts of this harrowing event.

Adopted by Indians - A True Story
Code: 0-930588-93-2
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ADOPTED BY INDIANS By THOMAS MAYFIELD - The children's version of our best-selling title Indian Summer, this book gives younger readers a close-up view of traditional California Indian life and early California.

Thomas Jefferson Mayfield kept a wonderful secret for almost sixty years; the secret of his childhood among the Choinumne Indians of California's San Joaquin Valley. For twelve years he played and slept alongside Choinmune children, he hunted and fished with them, ate their food and wore their clothes. Antelope and elk roamed the valley, fish filled the rivers, and millions of birds darkened the skies. Adopted by Indians is the story of a boy who had an adventure that we can only dream about and it is absolutely true.

Adopted by Indians has been approved by the California Department of Education and is listed in the Instructional Materials Approved for Legal Compliance Catalog.

Recommended Grade 4 up. Illustrations by Hilair Chism and Rick Jones

The Great California Story
Code: 0-9754832-1-8
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The Great California Story - Real Life Roots of an American Legend By Carl Palm

From Mark Twain to Jack Lalanne, and from conquistadors to health-food stores, The Great California Story covers it all. If you've ever wondered just what it is that makes California so different from other places, you'll find your answer here. If you only have time to read one book to get that answer, this is the book to read.
378 pages softcover

Sacramento Impressions
Code: 9781560374640
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Sacramento Impressions
Author: Myers, Tom
ISBN: 9781560374640
Cover: Paperback
Copyright: 09/01/2007
Sacramento Impressions is a vivid portrayal by photographers Tom, Sally, and Jeff Myers of California's capital city, Sacramento, also known as the "City of Trees". Featuring an informative foreword by Sacramento's mayor, the Honorable Heather Fargo, as well as informative captions, this collection highlights the dynamic city in the heart of California. Longtime residents, the Myers capture Sacramento in all of its many moods: from the brilliantly-colored fireworks at the Capitol to the silhouetted fishermen quietly fishing along the American River Parkway from the stately, checkerboard fields of rice in the Sacramento Valley to the horse-drawn stagecoaches during Gold Rush Days in Old Sacramento. The Myers' images capture the sights and colors of the vibrant place once known as New Helvetica: from the bright masts of catamarans at the Folsom Lake Regatta to gold autumn leaves blanketing William Land Park.

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