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Books with title North Carolina

  • North Carolina

    M. J. York

    language (The Child's World, Inc., Jan. 1, 2014)
    Explore the colorful customs, people, and places of North Carolina. With straightforward text and captivating photos, this book is a great introduction to the state. Maps and symbols are included to enrich the student's understanding of geography and state identity.
  • North Carolina

    Ann O. Squire

    Paperback (Children's Press, Feb. 1, 2018)
    More than 10 million people call the southeastern state of North Carolina home.A True Book: My United States series allows readers to experience what makes each of the fifty state distinctive and exceptional. Readers will get to know each states' history, geography, wildlife and future outlook. This series includes an age appropriate (grades 3-5) introduction to curriculum-relevant subjects and a robust resource section that encourages independent study. Readers will visit the state's beautiful wilderness and diverse cities as they get a feel for the local culture. Along the way, they will learn about North Carolina's history, find out how the state is governed, and see what role it plays in the national economy. They will also find out what life is like for the state's people, from what they eat to how they spend their free time.
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  • Good Night North Carolina

    Adam Gamble, Anne Rosen

    Board book (Good Night Books, July 1, 2009)
    Good Night North Carolina highlights Roanoke Island, White Water Falls, Kitty Hawk and the Wright Brothers, North Carolina Museum of Natural Sciences, North Carolina Zoological Park, Great Smoky Mountains Railroad, Mile High Swinging Bridge, local foods, music, and more. Welcome to the Tar Heel State! Children will be taken on an epic journey across North Carolina, visiting, famous landmarks, sights, and attractions. This book is part of the bestselling Good Night Our World series, which includes hundreds of titles exploring iconic locations and exciting, child-friendly themes.Many of North America’s most beloved regions are artfully celebrated in these board books designed to soothe children before bedtime while instilling an early appreciation for North America's natural and cultural wonders. Each book stars a multicultural group of people visiting the featured area’s attractions as rhythmic language guides children through the passage of both a single day and the four seasons while saluting the iconic aspects of each place.
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  • North Carolina

    Ann Heinrichs

    Paperback (Childrens Pr, March 1, 2011)
    Describes the geography, history, economy, culture, and people of the state of North Carolina.
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  • Night-Night North Carolina

    Katherine Sully, Helen Poole

    Board book (Sourcebooks Wonderland, April 4, 2017)
    It's bedtime in the Tar Heel State! Say goodnight to all your favorite locations, including:• Bank of America Stadium• Carowinds • North Carolina Museum of Natural Sciences• Wright Brothers National Memorial• NASCAR Hall of Fame• Morehead Planetarium and Science Center• North Carolina State Capitol• Tweetsie Railroad• Roanoke Marshes Lighthouse• North Carolina Zoo• Cape Hatteras Lighthouse• Pullen Park
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  • I Saw Santa in North Carolina

    JD Green, Nadja Sarell, Srimalie Bassani

    Hardcover (Sourcebooks Wonderland, Oct. 1, 2018)
    Santa's not planned his vacation this year. Mrs. Claus says, "How 'bout North Carolina, my dear? You always say it's your favorite place, but remember, the children should not see your face." Santa and Mrs. Claus want to go on a vacation―but can someone as famous as Santa stay out of sight? Snuggle up and read what happens when things don't quite go as planned.This Christmas regional series combines a fun and festive story with search-and-find artwork that will have children looking for Santa, Mrs. Claus, and Reindeer amongst North Carolina's most iconic sights!
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  • North Carolina: A History

    William S. Powell

    Paperback (The University of North Carolina Press, Sept. 30, 1988)
    A leading authority on the people and events that have shaped North Carolina over four centuries, Powell here provides a sharply drawn overall history of the state for general readers. In twelve chapters this volume traces North Carolina's history from England's initial efforts to found a colony in America in the sixteenth century to uncertain and often-turbulent times as the final quarter of the twentieth century approached.
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  • Little North Carolina

    Carol Crane, Jeannie Brett

    Board book (Sleeping Bear Press, July 6, 2011)
    State birds, flowers, trees, and animals brought to board book form for the youngest book lovers. Toddlers will delight in these books filled with rhyming riddles framed by brightly painted clues, introducing elements that make each state so special.
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  • North Carolina

    Tyler Maine

    Library Binding (Capstone Press, Aug. 1, 2016)
    Welcome to the Tar Heel State! Learn about North Carolina's history, geography, weather, people, and more in this book that's all about our 12th state.
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  • North Carolina

    Richard Worth

    Library Binding (Childrens Pr, Sept. 1, 2004)
    Presents the history of North Carolina, from its earliest beginnings in the seventeenth century up to the end of the eighteenth century, following the American Revolution.
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  • The Yard: North Carolina A & T

    Latrice Collins

    Hardcover (Mascot Books, June 4, 2019)
    Can I get an AGGIE PRIDE? Come along as we explore North Carolina Agricultural and Technical State University. From being at the forefront of civil rights, politics, and space exploration to having the greatest homecoming on earth, learn about the rich heritage of this Historically Black College and University (HBCU) as you take a tour of the yard.
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  • North Carolina

    Craig A. Doherty, Katherine M. Doherty

    language (Facts on File, March 1, 2005)
    Describes life in the early colony, including the many conflicts with Native Americans, disease, the presence of pirates, the use of timber and tar in shipbuilding (which contributed to the state's nickname The Tar Heel State), and the history of slavery in the colony.