Georgia

U.S.A. Travel Guides
  • Interest Level: Grade 2 - Grade 5
  • Reading Level: Grade 3

From the parks in Savannah's historic district to Martin Luther King Jr.'s childhood home in Atlanta, there's lots to see and do in Georgia! Additional features include maps on each spread, state symbols, famous people, fact bubbles, and informative captions that highlight some of the things that make Georgia special. A table of contents, sources for further research, a phonetic glossary, and an index support readers and extend learning.

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Interest Level Grade 2 - Grade 5
Reading Level Grade 3
Genre Nonfiction
Category STEM
Copyright 2018
Publisher The Child's World, Inc.
Language English
Number of Pages 40
Publication Date 2017-08-01
BISACS JNF058000, JNF038100, JNF025180
Dewey 975.8
Graphics Full-color photographs, Full-color illustrations
Dimensions 8 x 9.5
Lexile 610
Guided Reading Level S
ATOS Reading Level 3.9
ATOS Interest Level LG
Accelerated Reader® Quiz 101843
Accelerated Reader® Points 0.5
Features Author/Illustrator biography, Detailed maps, Educational front/back matter, Glossary of key words, Index, Informative sidebars, Phonetics, Reviewed, Sources for further research, Starred, Suggested websites, and Table of contents
Online Resources

  • Georgia
  • Brasstown Bald Mountain
  • Okefenokee Swamp
  • Etowah Mounds and Georgia’s Early People
  • Old Savannah’s Parks
  • Georgia Museum of Agriculture and Historic Village
  • The Atlanta History Center
  • The Antebellum Trail
  • Martin Luther King Jr. National Historic Site
  • The State Capitol in Atlanta
  • The Plains Peanut Festival
  • The Tellus Science Museum in Cartersville
  • Dalton’s Carpet Mills
  • Cnn Studios in Atlanta
  • Redneck Games and Other Folk Traditions
  • The Georgia Sports Hall of Fame in Macon
  • Our Trip
  • State Song
  • State Symbols
  • Famous People
  • State Flag and Seal
  • Words to Know
  • To Learn More
  • Index
Author: Ann Heinrichs

Ann Heinrichs grew up in Fort Smith, Arkansas. She began playing the piano at age three and thought she would grow up to be a pianist. Instead, she became a writer. She is the author of more than 200 books for children and young adults on Asian, African, and U.S. history and cultures, as well as grammar and natural history subjects. Ann has also written numerous newspaper, magazine, and encyclopedia articles. Ann has traveled to the Middle East, Asia, and Europe, and now lives in Chicago, IL.

Illustrator: Matt Kania

Reviews

A noteworthy review of U.S.A. Travel Guides from Children's Bookwatch on September 1, 2017

A premier publisher of non-fiction books for young readers, ‘The Child’s World’ has now published a new and highly recommended series for students in grades 2 through 5 called ‘U.S.A. Travel Guides’. There are 52 hardcover volumes, one for each of the 50… View →