On September 11, 1814, the British Fleet arrived at the mouth of the Patapsco River. Thus began the Battle of Baltimore, which inspired Francis Scott Key to pen "The Star-Spangled Banner." Featuring Aretha Franklin's soulful, heartfelt voice, our flag's broad stripes and bright stars will shine through in all our children's voices as they sing along in celebration of America's unity and strength.
An American girl living in Nazi-occupied Holland resents the presence of a German soldier quartered in her grandparents' home until the night she tries to hide part of the town's treasured clock mechanism.
Details the history of the growth of the American automobile by chronicling the experiences of a Model T Ford with a series of owners from 1909 to the present day. Detailed diagrams of the car's mechanics are included on the back endpapers.
Three-time Grammy winner Tom Chapin both reads and sings this timeless folk song. The book by Peter Spier provides the springboard for the familiar song, about a fox who forages for food in the village to bring to his family back in the den. Young listeners will delight in this exceptional new recording of the popular Caldecott Honor Book. A Live Oak Media audio production.
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