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Blastoff! Readers Level 5 · Geography

Iraq

Did you know that Iraq was home to the oldest known human civilization on Earth? This area used to be known as Mesopotamia, and many different ancient peoples lived there. Readers will learn… More →

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Blastoff! Readers Level 5 · Geography

Pakistan

Pakistan became a country in 1947 after the Muslim people of India fought for the creation of an independent state. Now, Pakistan is the second most populated Muslim-majority country in the… More →

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Blastoff! Readers Level 5 · Geography

Kenya

Travel to Kenya and see if you can spot giraffes, elephants, lions and other African animals! Dinosaur bones and giant crocodile fossils discovered in Kenya reveal that the country has been… More →

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Blastoff! Readers Level 5 · Geography

Switzerland

Famous for the snowy peaks of the Swiss Alps, Switzerland is a popular destination for skiing and snowboarding enthusiasts all over the world. Swiss alpine culture is also known for a long… More →

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Blastoff! Readers Level 5 · Geography

Egypt

Egypt is one of the oldest countries in the world. People love to visit the ancient pyramids outside of Cairo, the capital of Egypt. Thousands of years ago, pharaohs ruled Egypt, and people… More →

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Blastoff! Readers Level 5 · Geography

Brazil

Brazil is the largest country in South America and the fifth largest and most populated country in the world. The Amazon Rainforest in Brazil has the greatest biological diversity of any… More →

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Blastoff! Readers Level 5 · Geography

England

The Queen is England’s most recognizable symbol. Her Royal Guards stand at attention to protect London’s famous Buckingham Palace. In this book, young readers will discover the landmarks,… More →

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Blastoff! Readers Level 5 · Geography

France

France’s most famous icon is the Eiffel Tower. This tower in Paris is the height of an 81-story building and ranks as the most visited monument in the world! This book introduces children to… More →

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Blastoff! Readers Level 5 · Geography

Australia

Take a trip to “The Land Down Under” and discover all of the unusual wildlife inhabiting the Outback! There are kangaroos, wild dogs called dingoes, and nearly 700 types of birds in… More →

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Blastoff! Readers Level 5 · Geography

Canada

America’s northern neighbor, Canada, is similar to the United States in many ways but also very different. Kids will learn about Canada’s diverse wildlife as well as some of its biggest… More →

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Blastoff! Readers Level 5 · Geography

Cuba

Cuba is a group of several islands. Long ago, one of the islands was called Treasure Island because it was a home base for many Caribbean pirates. Young readers will learn about life in… More →

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Blastoff! Readers Level 5 · Geography

China

China, with over one billion people, is the most populated country in the world. China’s most famous tourist attraction is the Great Wall, which runs across about 5,000 miles of northern… More →

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