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Welcome to the United States of America! The USA is the third largest country in the world and also, one of the most beautiful. It is full of lakes and rivers, mountains and canyons, beaches and deserts. It has many different trees and flowers and all sorts of different crops grown for use as food. And, of course, America has birds and animals of all kinds. Last, but not least, the United States has about 300 million people from many different backgrounds and cultures. In this book you'll meet five adventurous friends, Wandering Willy, Nosy Normie, Meandering Mickey, Sightseeing Susie, and Exploring Ellie. Together they will help you learn about the land, cities, animals, and other wonderful things in each of the 50 states in the USA. Along the way, you'll also meet 50 other friends of theirs, each who will host one of the five friends and teach them (and you!) about his or her state. These 50 friends are very special! They are each named after the capital city of their state.

Enjoy the trip!

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  • Nelda Becnel
  • 04-07-2017

Slightly off

The grandson and I enjoyed listening to this audible book however I would like to point out the Badlands are in South Dakota not North Dakota unless there is one in North Dakota also. We have been to South Dakota and did visit the Badlands.

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