KansasBook - 2006
This title describes the people, geography, wildlife, and climate of Kansas. Readers will learn where in the United States Kansas is located and why it is called the Sunflower State. Among other interesting facts, readers will find out that more wheat is grown in Kansas than in any other state, that Mount Sunflower is the highest point in the state, that Topeka is the state capital, and that Wichita is the largest city in the state.
Publisher: New York : Childrens Press, c2006.
Branch Call Number: j E 917.8102 TAYLOR-B
Characteristics: 31 pages : illustrations (chiefly color), col. map ; 19 cm.