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All About Winston Church isn’t just about his famous grin, but goes into details about what he did and how he effected the world. Winston Churchill is considered one of the greatest men of the twentieth century. He was a British statesman, author, painter, and an inspiring speaker. Born into an aristocratic British family with an American mother, he considered the United States his second home.
From Big Bend National Park, to the Texas State Fair, to the Dallas Farmers Market, to the Alamo, this fun book takes readers on an adventure around The Lone Star State, accompanied by a friendly mockingbird (Texas state bird), who gives cool facts on every spread!
In this new book, Kyle Loves Racing by Apex Legends, the publisher has partnered with Kyle Larson and Chip Ganassi Racing to create a fun new children’s picture book and coloring book that use Kyle’s personal story to teach kids about different types of racing and some valuable life lessons along the way!
Learning Fencing is written in a style that kids can easily understand. With motivating illustrations included, the reader will find retaining the information is easy even for the youngest of athletes in mind. Learning Fencing invites children to complete individual tasks, it also has puzzles to solve and questions to answer. Included also are drawings to complete. It’s an activity book as well as an instructional book.
The Spectacle: Celebrating the History of the Indianapolis 500 is a mix of historical fact and entertainment for young readers and race fans to learn about The Greatest Spectacle in Racing – the Indianapolis 500. This book features a vast number of drivers, teams and race cars that have made an impact on the rich history of racing at the Brickyard.
This book won’t bore young readers by running through a chronological list of each race, The Spectacle Celebrating the History of the Indianapolis 500 is an exciting breakdown of the content into a series of short topical sections such as The Golden Era, The British Invasion and The Four-Timer Club. A dad serves as a narrator as he teaches his kids about the Indy 500, which provides some light-hearted interaction with the kids to compliment the fact-based content. An intro and outro featuring four-time winner A.J. Foyt ties it all together in a unique, identifiable way.