The Best American History Book in the World: All the Information You Need to Know Without All the Stuff That Will Put You to Sleep
If you only have enough money to buy one book about American history, this better be that book. Whether you're a confused student, a stressed teacher or just a regular yahoo wanting to finally understand the history of the United States, your search for knowledge needs go no further. Want to know who was the true first president of the United States? Curious about what those early Jamestowners dug their teeth into when the food ran out? Wonder why Israel and the Palestinians just can't seem to get along? It's all in here. Written and edited by top students at one of the most respected high schools, The Best American History Book in the World is packed full of valuable charts, original illustrations, and clear summaries that will help you become a U.S. history expert.All royalties from the sale of this book will be given to a student chosen charity dedicated to improving the health and welfare of children.
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