United States Government
By Luis Ricardo Fraga
- Release Date: 2013-01-22
- Genre: National Governments
United States Government Luis Ricardo Fraga Book Review Score: ★★★★★ 5/5 stars
Inspire a new generation of social studies students with United States Government: Principles in Practice for iBooks®. This multi-touch and visually engaging textbook offers rich, magazine-style design plus embedded interactive features to maximize learning engagement and higher order thinking skills. Personal stories and interactive elements create active critical thinkers and reinforce the real-world concept that we are all part of the living fabric of our history.
United States Government meets the needs of students of all ability levels with targeted reading support, tools to improve comprehension, and differentiated assessment to support student success.
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This book should be considered one off the great American classics of our time. It's theory of space-time continuum makes Albert Einsteins' e=mc^2 look like child's play. As well, without its commentary on the Great Gatsby, we would've never found out that Mr. Wilson is the real villain of the story.
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