All-American Books

From picture books to novels, silly tales to serious ones, these titles draw on America's heritage to create entertaining stories for kids. Enjoy them on the Fourth of July or anytime. 

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Yankee Doodle refuses to go town in silly takeoff.
By Tom Angleberger
(2013)
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Educational, inspirational profiles of 13 American heroes.
By Barack Obama
(2010)
 
Girl's journey with Lincoln's ghost applauds U.S. progress.
By Lane Smith
(2013)
 
Artist's kids get George to smile in funny historical romp.
By Lynn Cullen
(2015)
 
Lively, frank portrait of Jefferson, flaws and all.
By Maira Kalman
(2014)
 
Smart, savvy civics lesson served with lots of laughs.
By Nick Bruel
(2012)
 
History this lively should be required reading in school.
By Jonah Winter
(2015)
 
Artful profiles of groundbreakers are fresh, inspiring.
By Kate Schatz
(2015)
 
Girl becomes spy in absorbing American Revolution tale.
By Avi
(2012)
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Gorgeous tale of friendship between colonist and Indian.
By Susan Cooper
(2013)
 
Fascinating nonfiction account of little-known conspiracy.
By Steve Sheinkin
(2013)
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Sweeping tale of redcoats, revolutionaries, and brave boy.
By Esther Forbes
(2003)
 
Civil War realism for young readers.
By Richard Peck
(2003)
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Page-turner peppered with Revolutionary War history.
By Gary Paulsen
(2010)