Celebrating Georgia-9780544419766

Celebrating Georgia: 50 States to Celebrate

by Jane Kurtz and C.B. Canga
$12.99
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Join Mr. Geo on his whirlwind tour of  Georgia in this Level 3 Green Light Reader. Like the other books in the 50 States to Celebrate series, Celebrating Georgia combines travel with social studies in a way that's entertaining and educational. The fun starts with a peach festival and a visit to a peanut farm. Then then onward to historic Savannah, beautiful islands, and the exciting city of Atlanta where Mr. Geo visits Martin Luther King's boyhood home, Centennial Olympic Park, a TV news station and much more. Packed with picture and context clues to keep beginning and newly independent readers moving along with ease and confidence.


  • Format: Hardcover
  • ISBN-13/EAN: 9780544419766
  • ISBN-10: 0544419766
  • Pages: 40
  • Publication Date: 08/25/2015
  • Carton Quantity: 50

About the book

"The titles in this series are perfect for reports on the fifty states." —Kiss the Book blog 

 

Say hello to Mr. Geo, everybody's favorite geography teacher! He loves to explore new places. Today he's visiting Georgia, the Peach State. His first stop is a peach festival to bake the world's biggest peach cobbler. Then he's headed to a farm to pick peanuts and pecans. He'll also explore the cities of Savannah and Atlanta. Join Mr. Geo and discover what makes Georgia a state to celebrate. Includes maps and fun facts. Colorful  illustrations and easy-to-read text are great for beginning and newly independent readers! 

About the author
Jane Kurtz

JANE KURTZ lives in Portland, Oregon. She has written more than twenty fiction and nonfiction books for children, including Lanie and Lanie's Real Adventure from the American Girl Today series, Anna Was Here, and River Friendly, River Wild, a story in verse for which she received a Golden Kite award. Visit her website at www.janekurtz.com.

C.B. Canga

C.B. Canga has illustrated numerous early chapter books, including Field Trip Mysteries by Steve Brezenoff. He lives in Pleasant Hill, California.