Giveaway: $100 US history book package from Dover Publications

$111 US history book package

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Welcome to this week’s giveaway–sponsored by Dover Publications:

Celebrating 75 Years of Great Books at Extraordinary Value

From fact-filled coloring books to works of classic literature, Dover Publications offers over 10,000 titles that cover the entire educational spectrum and can serve as core curriculum material or supplemental aids.

Dover is excited to partner with Simple Homeschool to offer kids ages eight and up a chance to explore and learn about the days of the Old West and Frontier life with a giveaway valued at $101.00! 

One lucky winner will receive all of the following:


The Wild West Discovery Kit:

Journey back to the Wild West with this six-shooting collection of coloring books, stickers, tattoos, and more!

The kit contains Cowboys of the Old West Coloring Book; Horses of the Old West; Legendary Outlaws and Lawmen of the Old West Coloring Book; Western Pioneers Coloring Book; Story of the California Gold Rush Coloring Book; over 40 stickers; 4 tattoos; 11 x 17 Color Your Own poster; and crayons.

Works by author G. A. Henty:


G. A. Henty has a wonderful talent for combining history and fiction for children.

In these thrilling adventure stories, he transports young readers back to the early days of the American frontier with a narrative that’s as educational as it is exciting.

Frontier and Native American Life:


Titles include:

How to Win

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To be entered for a chance to win, leave a comment on this post answering the question: How old are your kids, and what part of US History do they enjoy most?

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About Jamie Martin

Jamie is a mama to three cute kids born on three different continents. She is the co-founder and editor of Simple Homeschool, where she writes about mindful parenting, intentional education, and the joy found in a pile of books. Jamie is also the author of a handful of titles, including her newest release, Give Your Child the World.


  1. My kids are 8, 5, 3, and almost 2. Our favorite part of US history right now is the native Americans and Columbus’ journey to America.

  2. My kids are 8 & 5 years. They love learning about the Revolutionary War and pioneer life.

  3. annabelle says:

    My kids are 7, 9, and 11! Their favorite part of US history is any thing with Native Americans (daughter) and the Red Coats (my boys)! Thank you, I do love Dover Publishing.

  4. My kids are 11, 11 and 10. They love learning about native Americans and the underground railroad.

  5. My homeschooled kids are 11, 12 and 4, 2. Plus one that’s 15. Right now we’re finishing ancient Greece, so it won’t be long till we’re into exploration and the colonies! That would be *my* favorite part, though I have one Wild West fan and one Little House fan.

    By the way, we’ve used some of the Dover coloring books for other eras – they ROCK. Seriously fabulous.
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  6. My boys are 10 and 12. They love early American history…

  7. Ashley Moore says:

    My kids are 9, 8, 5, and 1, and my older girls love the Pioneer Days. I can’t tell you how many times the oldest has reread the Little House Series!

  8. Hi there-my kids are 10 and 13 and we love reading about the 1800s in America as well as global ancient history.
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  9. My kids are 10 and 8. They love the Revolutionary period.

  10. Sarah Schnurr says:

    My boys are 7, 5 and 2. We are a family of history lovers and we just started with Leif the Lucky. They love learning about the beginning of our nation!

  11. Jessica Kangai says:

    My son is almost seven. His favorite part of history would be world war II and the first Thanksgiving.

  12. Kendra Lund says:

    He is 4 and anything with cowboys and the Wild West.

    Shared on fb

  13. We have kiddos ranging in ages from 7-22 (two have graduated from our home school). Our oldest still in school has been enamored with all things Civil War and is impatient for our curriculum to “catch up” to that period. The two youngest love whatever period we are currently studying which for them is the ancients.

  14. Katherine H says:

    My kiddos are 6 & 8 and our favorite part is learning about the birth of our great nation!

  15. LeAnn Ruxer says:

    My boys are 11,9, and 3. They really enjoy learning about Native Americans in history right now.

  16. My kids are about to turn 8 and 4 this month. So far the part of US history they enjoy the most is “old fashioned things” by which they mean stories about pioneers heading west. 🙂 (Shared on FB.)

  17. My kids are 10, 5, and 1. Right now we are learning about World War I…they probably actually enjoy reading about anything having to do with ‘out west’ when everyone had horses though.

  18. My children are 5 and 8. We are studying world cultures right now. When we do get to American History my kids would love this package, horses, Indians, etc….

  19. My son is 11 and he loves learning about WWII. He has a really good memory and can recall a lot of what he reads.

  20. Kelli Atkins says:

    My kids are 16,14, 12 and 3. They love to study American history!

  21. Kids are 10 & 13. They are interested in pretty much all aspects of US history, especially the extremes (crazy laws, crazy leaders, crazy statistics).

  22. My children are 12 and 8. They have enjoyed colonial times and American Revolutionary war so far.

  23. Our children are ages 14, 12, and 7 and our favorite period to study is anything which involves Laura Ingalls Wilder!

  24. My kids are 8, 6, 4, and 2. They love learning about pioneer life in American history.

  25. Rana Kacir says:

    I have 13 year old twins and a 2 year old. They both love the 1800’s living out west.

  26. My kids are 18, 17, 14, 13, 8, 6, 6. We love the stories about the Western Expansion.

  27. We’d love to add these books to our curriculum! With 6 kids ranging from 14 to 17 months, we’d get lots of use out of them. Thanks for the opportunity to win!

  28. My kids are 6,4,&2. We love the revolutionary war!

  29. Gem Academy says:

    12 & 8. The Great Depression & Pioneers

  30. Beth Olmstead says:

    My kids are 6 &3. We are still working through ancient history and have not delved too much in US History, though we have read stories here and there about Abraham Lincoln and George Washington. 🙂

  31. My kids are 9, 7, 5, 3, and 1. They love learning about the Colonial period, and the pioneers of the Westward migration.

  32. My kids are 11, 9, 6, 4, and 18 months. My girls can’t get enough of the Little House books, and my son enjoys learning about military history. What fabulous looking resources!

  33. Diane Pedrosa says:

    Hello Jamie,
    I so appreciate your emails and your book.
    This is my 27th year if homeschooling and having one graduating this year, there is yet one more to go through her high school years.
    Many different voices and approaches have come and gone through the years. ( when we started homeschooling it was still considered a crime in some states.) I sense your ideas and writings are a part of the great continuum of what is true, genuine and good about life, children and homeschooling. Thank you

    • Diane Pedrosa says:

      I have 6 children, two I am homeschooling. Oldest 32,29,25,21,18,13.
      History is the how we primarily homeschool. 18 years ago We studied Egypt and still have the hieroglyphics to prove it:) the visual memories of reading and occasionally creating costumes or swords, whatever the time period is there for life. And geography goes right along painlessly.

  34. My kids are 14, 10, 4, and 2. They love Native American history and early pioneer life.

  35. My kids are 8 and 4. We read the Little House series last year and they really enjoy learning about pioneers and settlers. This also fits well with studying our state history – Kansas. Thanks for the great giveaway!

  36. sara cowperthwaite says:

    My kids are 13, 9, 6, 4, and 18 months. There current favorites are American Revolutionary War and for World History they are enjoying Ancient Rome.

  37. Jana Kleven says:

    My kids are 18,15,12,9 and 6. They love the 1700’s and 1800’s best! I’ve forgotten that Dover has these great resources! Thank you for the drawing!

  38. Kim Lewis says:

    My children are 6, 10 and 13. The history of presidential elections in US history is pertinent right now for the kids!

  39. Melissa D says:

    10, 8 and 7. They’re reading about The Alamo and the Underground Railroad at the moment and loving it!

  40. Our kids are 8, 6, and 3.5. The older two love anything about pioneers/Laura Ingalls.

  41. Cathy Hasting says:

    My kids are 12 & 13. They are reading the Rush Limbaugh series right now & will enjoy most anything about American History!

  42. Aubrey Hajek says:

    Our kids are 9, 6, and 4. They love learning about pioneer life and stories of the American frontier.

  43. My kids are 7 and 16. They love learning about all things related to the history of our country.

  44. Deirdre Blumenthal says:

    Kids ages 4 and 8. Early American history, colonies, Revolution, Presidents.

  45. My boys are 9, 6, and 3. We love to study the pioneers.

  46. michelle moravec says:

    My 11 year old enjoys WWII the most. My 8 yr old is most interested in cowboys, frontier, etc. I also have a 4 year old, all boys.

  47. My kids are 12, 6, 5, and 2. We love pioneer history.

  48. Gracie Gaspard says:

    My kids are 7, 5, and 2 1/2 and they love learning about westward expansion.

  49. Tijuanna Noisette Bryant says:

    My kids are 18,16,15,11,11,9,6, and 5. Currently we are learning modern American history, and they are loving it! They also love learning about Native Americans.

  50. Dawn Sullivan says:

    Our children are 10, 6 and 5. Our eldest has been very interested in the big wars in history. We are currently learning about battles that took place on U.S. soil. Our 6 year old is interested in mythology and ancient history and our 5 year old follows the stories along with him.

  51. My children are 16, 15, 11, 9 and 6. We love studying American history! These look like fun books!

  52. Dawn Sullivan says:

    Shared on fb.

  53. My son is 7 and right now his favorite topic is definitely Native Americans.

  54. My son is 9, and my daughter is 4. They both love Native American history, and my son enjoys learning about the Revolutionary and Civil Wars.

  55. This looks like a fun study.

  56. Our children are 9,6,4 & 1. We love reading about early American history.

  57. My kids are 7, 5 and 2 and we are enjoying the American Colonial and revolutionary time period right now.

  58. My boys are 9 and 11. They loved learning about the Revolutionary War.

  59. amanda tumpak says:

    My kids are 8, 6, 4, and 2. They like reading about native Americans.

  60. My son is 10 and he most enjoys the American Revolutionary War and the stories of the Oregon Trail.

  61. These would be a perfect set to read and learn along with my 8 year old son, thank you for the opportunity!

  62. My kiddos are 8,6, & 4. They love reading about the native foods and trying to cook like the Indians did (we have acorns soaking on the porch for flour) and pretending to bring down deer and buffalo.

  63. My kids are 4 and 7 and they love learning about frontiersmen and pioneers. Thanks!

  64. My kids are 8, 10, and 13. They love history in general, but they really love US history. We live in an area with a great deal of historical sites, so we have a lot of fun visiting them!

  65. My oldest homeschooling child is almost 16, my youngest is 5, and there are 8 between those two children and 4 that are younger that the youngest. So…we have interests of all sorts within the history subject 🙂

  66. Joanna Peterson says:

    My kids are 8 and 4 and their favorites right now are the Little House era, Gettysburg, and the story of Ft. Loudoun.

  67. My kids are 1, 4, 8 and 11. They especially love visiting our local living history museum, where my eldest has worked as a costumed volunteer (19th century child) for the last two summers.

  68. My kids are 7, 10 & 13. They enjoy early American history most.

  69. Tara Bailey says:

    my kids are 11, 9, and 7. They are really enjoying learning about explorers that came to America this year.

  70. I have twins that are 9. One likes the late 1800’s, and the other likes early inventors.

  71. My boys are 8 and 5, and honestly, they don’t know much about U.S. history yet, but my older son often asks about the Revolutionary War and the Civil War.

  72. My boys are 9 & 5 and LOVE learning about all US history, but particularly early American History. They just finished reading Sign of the Beaver and are ready to read it again!

  73. AMY HANSEN says:

    My kids are 9,7,5 and 2 and love reading and learning about US history!

  74. Katherine says:

    My kids are 9, 7, 4.5 and 2. Our oldest LOVES history. Currently, were studying colonial America and they are enjoying it a lot. Our oldest like Civil War era and the others are learning history for the first time (formally).

  75. My kids are 3, 5, 6, 8, 9, 10, 12, 14, 16, and 17. We all love learning about frontier life, thanks to a slight obsession with the Little House series. 🙂
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  76. Melissa Ferguson says:

    My kids are 4 and 7. Their favorite is the Revolutionary War.

  77. My kids are 16, 14, 12, and 6. I enjoy early American history the most!

  78. My four boys are 9, 8, 8, and 5. They are currently fascinated with the Revolutionary War thanks to the Liberty’s Kids DVD series, but we’ll be studying the western United States (through Give Your Child the World) in November, so this giveaway would be perfect!

  79. My kids are 11,9,7, and 3. History is my favorite subject. One of my boys loves learning about the first Vikings that came and the others love learning about the pioneering days.

  80. Dulcie Blackburn says:

    My daughter will turn 8 this month and she is a Little House fan and enjoys learning about the pioneers.

  81. My school-aged daughter is 5 years old. We love founding fathers!

  82. My school-aged children are 5, 8, and 10 years old. They love learning about Native American culture, because that is a part of their family heritage and culture.

  83. S. Liebert says:

    My children are 10, 8 and almost 5. My oldest enjoys the Civil War history and my younger 2 enjoy learning about early pioneer days and Native Americans.

  84. My children are 26, 19, 16, 13, and 10. Currently, our focus is on a survey of each president’s time in office.

  85. Jennifer Stone says:

    My kids are 12, 10, and 8. We are currently studying westward expansion so I would absolutely love to win this! So far, they love learning about Presidents the most. When they were younger, they really enjoyed our unit study on Ancient Egypt.

  86. My children are 13, 11, 8, and 6. They enjoy learning about the pioneers and early explorers.

  87. Kristie Lee says:

    My kiddos are 6 (twin boys!), and a 2 year old cutie pants girl. We LOVE to read about Native Americans and early American settlers! We are fascinated by how they build their homes (out of logs, sap, animal hide, mud, etc.–amazing!), made their food, and the types of customs and traditions they had. We collect old public school books from the early 1900’s full of this rich history! It’s such a loss that today our children are not exposed to this in public school.

  88. Julie Bahr says:

    My kids are 11, 8, almost 7, and 5. They love Native American and Pilgrim History.

  89. Catie Hawver says:

    My kids are 5,3, and 2. We haven’t done lots of history yet, but we have learned lots about cowboys and Indians and would love to have this set. Just this last summer we visited the Taos Pueblo- we love history of the American West

  90. Julie Bahr says:

    I also shared the giveaway on my Facebook! It’s definitely an awesome giveaway!

  91. Lori McDowall says:

    My children are two and six years old. We have enjoyed studying the pilgrims thus far.

  92. My kids are 9 and 4; we all enjoyed learning about Native America before the settlers. They also enjoyed learning about Billy the Kid and some of the Lincoln County war story. We live in the area so we visited Billy’s (supposed) grave and a local museum about him and the area, really interesting stuff!

  93. Deanna Sallee says:

    What an awesome giveaway! My kids are 6 and 8 and they love ALL history, but their favorite U.S.history is the revolutionary war and the frontier/old west. Thank you for the chance to win!

  94. Shared on FB! Thanks for the opportunity!

  95. Rachel Roberts says:

    My children are 8, 5 and 18 months. My girls love to learn about Colonial and Pioneer history.

  96. My youngest son, the only one home, is 13 in a few weeks! Both of my boys have enjoyed the Pioneer days, including cowboys. They are also partial to the Daniel Boone, explorer time period, which has been a favorite subject for playtime around here.:-)

  97. I have twin 6 year old boys. We are working hard to make sure that our boys get the best education they can get while still enjoying their childhood. We keep lots of book all around our house for them to just pick up when ever they have the urge. They are doing great!

  98. Gina Jolley says:

    My child is 11. He loves the military history -the wars, the planes and the ships. He is also interested in Abe Lincoln as a person and president.

  99. My kids are 13, 12, 10, and 5. We have been listening to the Hamilton soundtrack so they have been interested in learning about the events surrounding his life. I am learning a lot, too!!

  100. SUZANNE RYERSON says:

    My kids are 7, 9, 11, 13. We live in Oregon, so they especially love Oregon Trail History.

  101. Gina Jolley says:

    I shared on Facebook.

  102. Carrie Phillips says:

    My boys are 7 and 9 and love anything associated with military history….especially the Revolutionary war and WW2

  103. Our kids are 14, 11, 9, and 2. We’ve been studying the Colonial era and are really enjoying it!

  104. Hi! My son is 6 and my daughter is 5. They enjoy learning about native Americans and the pilgrims.

  105. My kids still homeschooling are 17,11,& 8. We have loved Dover books for years!! Our favorite is American history is early American! history is our favorite subject!

  106. We will be studying U.S. history next year, using a combination of My Father’s World Adventures and the Prairie Primer. These would make a great addition to our fun U. S. history year! So far my daughter loves the shape of the U.S. And has been doing the Mekussa & Doug states puzzle by herself since age 3.:)

  107. My kids are 11, 9,7, and 4. We Love the Pioneer Days of US History.

  108. My kids are 9 and 7, and although haven’t been exposed to *too much* Am. History yet…they loved our pioneer unit we did while we covered the Laura Ingalls Wilder stories. 🙂 That Native American kit looks awesome!
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  109. I love Dover Publications! I have been using Dover for many years from coloring books to sticker books. My children are 11 and 14. WWII has got to be one of our favorite times in history to study.

  110. My kids are 5, 7, 9, and 11. We enjoy the revolutionary period.

  111. My daughter is 10 and she loves early American history.

  112. We are studying the Middle Ages right now and their favorite is chivalrous knights and detailed castles. Next year we study US history and they live anything from the 1700 or 1800s. My kids are 11, almost 8, 5, and 1.

  113. My girls are 3 and 1. Right now we love our Little House picture books and board books.

  114. My kiddos are 10, 8, and 4, and we love Dover!! We have been studying world history so far, but we have read several books about pioneer life, and they have really enjoyed them! They would love these books!

  115. Michelle S says:

    Our children are 11, 9, 6, and 3. We love learning about Pioneer life and Native Americans. Especially Laura Ingalls Wilder! 🙂

  116. My kids are 9,8, and 6 we have been enjoying the mayflower journey and landing and Plymouth plantation with squanto and the first thanksgiving. We will be studying the west soon and this would be a fabulous resource!

  117. Andrea Troyer says:

    My littles are 7 and 5. We are reading about pioneer life and loving it!

  118. My boys are 7 and 11 and enjoy learning about early Americans!

  119. Hello!
    We are currently going through Roman history with an online program and while the Tojan War is exciting our kids favorite time period so far to study is our pioneer days! We love that time period in history! Our kids are 9 year old (boy) and six year old (girl.) We are also loving the video posts from the Give Yor Kids The World book Club and reading through Africa right now… it’s wonderful!!! Thank you so much!! The Potters

  120. My girls are 10 & 5 they love westward expansion of the USA.

  121. Aubrey Carey says:

    My children are 11, 8, 4 and 2. My oldest love pioneer days- Little House on the Prarie for her, Roy Rogers, old westerns for him. My 4 year old is obsessed with US maps, and my 2 year old is along for the ride

  122. My kids are 11, 9, 5, and 3. We love the westward expansion. We are just starting to study the 1900’s, so wwI is coming up. We will be travelling the country next year, and I can’t wait to show them this country in person.

  123. My kids are 2, 4, 9 and 10 and we’re really loving learning about the native americans right now!

  124. Tiffanie h says:

    My kids are 7,5 and 7 months. They love learning about pilgrims.

  125. My kids are 2, 4, 6 and 9. So far, they love learning about the pioneer days, but once we get more into US history next year, I know they’ll be interested in so much more!

  126. Michelle Godown says:

    My kids are 2, 4, 6, and 8. They LOVE the pioneers and the Little House era, or “olden days,” as they call it. 🙂 In fact, my daughter (8yo) spent a whole week teaching my son (6yo) to be an “olden days gentleman,” holding doors for her, giving her his arm to walk on, saying “mi’lady,” etc. It was so much fun to watch!

  127. My boys are 6, 10 &14. They love the Wild West, Pioneers, & Native American history. These books are such a great addition to any homeschool library! Thank you for this opportunity.

  128. My boys are 5 and 7. They really enjoy studying the Pilgrims and the Pioneers.

  129. Kelly Rae Morgenweck says:

    My children are 9 and 10 years old. They really enjoy having history read to them in our read-alouds. I think that their favorite parts of history are the timeless lessons learned. They frequently comment on moral and social lessons that we have learned from our past. The Civil War is a particular interest they currently have.

  130. This is GREAT! My kids are 8, 11, 14 and 16. They love the American Revolution.

  131. Kristy Case says:

    Our children are 9, 7, 6 and 6 months. The older three have enjoyed learning about the Revolution.

  132. My kids are 12, 7, and 6. So far they like learning about early explorers best.

  133. My kiddos are 5 and 10 and they love pre-history (Megladon area).

  134. My kids are 9 and 7. They love learning about the Revolutionary War.

  135. My kids are 12 and 7. Right now they’re really interested in the Wild West.

  136. My kids are 17,15,11 and 8. The American Revolution and WWII.

  137. Amanda Warner says:

    My children are 8 and 4. They enjoy hearing about pioneer life in the 1800s. We have read the first two Little House books as read-alouds and we are currently reading Farmer Boy. I would love the chance to win this prize pack! I’ve been eyeing the G.A. Henty books for my eight year old son. The other books look absolutely wonderful, as well! Thank you!

  138. Alana Dimmick says:

    My kids are 7, 5, and 1. We are obsessed with the pioneer era! Farmer Boy is our all time favorite book, followed by the rest of the Little House series by L.I. Wilder. I’ve lost track of how many times we’ve read them all, but at least a dozen for Farmer Boy. 😀

  139. My kids are 9, 6, 5, and 1, and they LOVE learning about early American history! This time time period is a definite favorite!

  140. My kids are 11 and almost 8. They love most history, but have a special passion for the early years of America.

  141. Kindra Jazwick says:

    My boys are 16, 15, 5, and 3 and they all enjoy the history of the Old West and Pioneer times. My 5 year old loves anything and everything Cowboy. My 16 year old likes to study the Civil War also.

  142. Robin Kraatz says:

    My kids are 16, 13, 10, 4 and 1. The 4 yo is the one most interested in history right now and these Native American books would be right up his alley!

  143. Kimberly R says:

    My children are 9,11, and 15. They have enjoyed learning about WWI and WWII.

  144. Becky Putzer says:

    My Children are 13, 11, 9, 7, 2, and 1. We all love learning about the Pioneer days.

  145. My children are 9 and 5. They love learning about early American history.

  146. Hannah Costa says:

    My kids are 7 and 8 years old.
    They enjoy read alouds and anything hands on when related to history!

  147. Jamie Allen says:

    My kiddos are 8 & 6 and their favorite part of history so far has been learning about Samuel Morse and Morse code. They even wrote letters to their pen pals in Morse Code!

  148. My children are 9, 5, and 1. Right now we are learning about Native American history so this would be perfect to add to our studies!

  149. My kids are 6, 4 and 2. My kids really love learning history through storie and realizing that history is more than facts on a page but real stories of things that really happened. It awesome to see this “click” in his head and want to learn more. My 6 year old is in first grade this year, so we are really just getting started. He has been enjoying learning just about everything history so far. We have covered Leif Ericson and are almost finished with Columbus. Next we are on to colonial America.

  150. shauna buck says:

    My Boys are 6 and 9. The Revolutionary War is a favorite in our house!

  151. Sophie Therrell says:

    My kids are 5 and 7 and right now, and for a long time their favorite part of American History is anything to do with Native Americans. And my daughter (7) LOVES learning about the underground railroad as well.

  152. My kids are still pretty young, 5, 4, and 1, but history is so important and it’s never to early!

  153. Hello! My kids are 8, 4, and 2. We’ve been studying Jamestown and the Pilgrims since the beginning of the school year and we love it!

  154. Brook Batzel says:

    11,9,7,4- they like the Laura Ingalls Wilder years

  155. 2-7 and they enjoy learning about the presidents.

  156. paola rodarte says:

    Gold Rush, Exploration ( Lewis and Clarke ). Native American and Revolution personalities.

  157. Katey Kendall says:

    My kids are 14, 10,8,5,3,and 2months. We love learning any history but especially early American. Thanks!

  158. 8-16. My youngest loves pioneer times, while my oldest loves modern history.

  159. Shared on FB

  160. 10 and 13
    My son loves the wars and presidents. My daughter likes studying about the pilgrims.

  161. Denise Crook says:

    My girls are 10 and 13. My oldest is most interested in the Revolution and my youngest likes to read about our westward expansion.

  162. My 9 year old son is VERY interested in the Revolutionary and Civil Wars.

  163. My kids are 11 and 5. Love history. Currently interested in the Civil War.

  164. Ben Seifried says:

    Son is 8 and enjoys learning about frontier life right now.

  165. Ben Seifried says:

    Shared on FB too!

  166. My kids are three, five and seven. Their favorite part of history is Native Americans, The pioneer era and the revolutionary war.

  167. My kids are 9, 7 and 4. Our favorite US history so far as been the early with the pilgrims!

  168. Karen Webb says:

    My kids are 9 1/2; 6, 6, and 4. We have learned a lot of history though the literature that we have read. We really enjoyed Orphaned on the Oregon trail; the little house books and others stories about the development of the west.

  169. My kids are 7 and 3. My 7 year old really loves America history in general. She enjoys reading Little House On The Prairie and learning about Lewis and Clark.

  170. My kids are 7 and 5. They especially love Early American History.

  171. My kids ages are 6, 4 and 3 and we are studying Early American History using great literature books. This would be perfect for my little learners!

  172. My guy is six and he is loving early American history. We are learning about early pioneers and the different American Indian tribes.

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  173. My daughter is 7 and enjoying the time of Ben Franklin right now.

  174. My Kids are 11, 7, 7, and 3. We love the the 1840’s-1900’s American history. and Ancient Egypt.

  175. My three in order are almost 7, every bit of 3, and almost 1; we love the Native Americans. 🙂

  176. My kids are 10, 10, 9 , 6, 5 and they are very interested in the Settling of America and the Revolutionary War.

  177. Shannon Reid says:

    My children are 7, 5, and 2. They most enjoy learning about WWII and early life on the American prairie.

  178. Shannon Reid says:

    Shared this link on my page.

  179. Our children are 11,9, 6, and 2. They love any history, but a few favorites are pioneer life (6), any world wars (9), and “everything” (11).

  180. We love American History! My children are 19yo, 17yo, and 8yo. We love the stories, especially G.A. Henty, that show the character of the great men and women during the history of our nation! Best way to learn!

  181. My kids are 10, 8,6 and 3

    They love reading about the Wild West and frontier times 🙂

    Would love to win this competition 🙂

  182. My kids are 9, 7, 4, 2, and 12 days. We haven’t done a lot of American history yet because we are trying to get there chronologically. That said, I have thrown in a little American history from time to time so that they don’t say things like, “Who is George Washington?” They have mostly learned about American Indians and the Revolutionary War and enjoyed both.

  183. Amanda Ott says:

    My children are 13, 8 & 4. They love learning about Native Americans and early settlements. Recently they enjoyed hearing about the Lost Colony of Roanoke.

  184. My kids are 10, 8, 6, 3, and 1. Right now we are loving the pilgrims landing in America! I’ve seen Dover books and have always wanted to try them.

  185. Brittany Rinehart says:

    My daughter 5 loves learning about native Americans as well as cowboys !

  186. Brittany Rinehart says:

    We also just shared the post on Facebook 😊

  187. My punks at home are 4, 9, and 11. They love westward expansion, especially trains.

  188. Just shared on Facebook 🙂

  189. Kids I’m still schooling are 16, 14, & 12. We really enjoyed studying pioneer days.

  190. My kids are 8 and 5. They are learning about Jamestown and the Powhatan tribe right now and really enjoying it.

  191. My kids are 8, 6, 3 and we have been enjoying reading about the Civil War and Pioneer life. Would love to win! We love this company!

  192. They are 13. 10. 3 and 1/ My older two like the civil war history.
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  193. My kids are 12, 10 and 7 and we love learning about WWII.

  194. My kids are 9 & 5. They love hearing stories like Pocahontas.

  195. I have a 6 and 1 year old and while we have lots of interests involving American history we enjoy pioneer days and Wild West most. I would love to win this amazing package!

  196. My kids are 7 & 3, they love learning about pioneering life and the Native Americans.

  197. My kids are 8 and 6. They like the War of 1812 right now.

  198. My children are 14, 8 and 7. They love learning about the gold rush.

  199. Crystal Anderson says:

    My boys are 8, 6, 4, and almost 1. We have enjoyed all of our American history curriculum, but the 8 yr old I especially interested in early pioneer settlement.

  200. Nikky Winchester says:

    My daughter is 10 and is fascinated by Native Americans, as my great great grandmother was half native American but somehow ended up in Denmark, marrying a Dane in a small village on one of the islands – then one of her sons moved to the North East of England and married a local lass. I wish I knew more about her story!

  201. My daughters are 8 and 9 and they love learning about ancient civilizations. 🙂

  202. My kids are 3 and 6. My daughters favorite books right now are little house series.

  203. Kids’ ages are: 13, 10, 9, 6, and 6. Today my son commented how happy studying about Native Americans made him!

  204. My kids are 9, 7, and 3. My 9-year-old daughter LOVES history, period. But her favorite time period would probably be during the pioneer rush out west. My 7-year-old son and 3-year-old daughter really like Native American history. This would be an absolute joy for them!!

  205. I have 6 between 3-11. We love the 1800’s!

  206. My daughter is 14 and she likes learning about women in history

  207. My kids are 7 and under, and we are starting our history reading with the ancient world this year — but we plan to do US history in a few years! My kids already love learning about the American Revoltion and watching Liberty Kids videos.

  208. My kids are 8 and 6 and they are obsessed with pilgrims!

  209. My boys are 12, 9 and 6. We haven’t done much US history as we’ve focused on world history (we live in Africa), but they enjoy learning about the Revolutionary War and various scientists and inventors from all eras.

  210. My girls are 6, 8, 10, and 12. We love pioneer/prairie days.

  211. Amanda Urroz says:

    My kids are 8 and 4 and they enjoy learning about the American Revolution.

  212. Shelli Adam says:

    My kids are 10,7 and 4. We love learning about Indians, early explorers and industrial revolution

  213. Mine are 8, 10, 12 and 14. History favorites, definitely any wars for my son. My girls love pioneer time period the best.

  214. My kids are just turned 12 and 8. They love pioneering and Native American history!
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  215. I have an almost 8 year old who is interested in WW II. My other kids are 5, 3, and 3 months but they’re not too interested yet ;).

  216. Kelly Utkin says:

    What a wonderful, wonderful giveaway!!! Our children are 4 and 6, and we love History! We love learning about the many amazing people and places in History all over the United States and beyond!

  217. Lia stoltzfus says:

    My children are 5,4,3, and 4 months. So far they are enjoying the little house books and Pocahontas.

    shared on facebook

  218. I teach an American History class for 9, 10, & 11 year olds. They like social and military history, with lots of stories and hands on experiences.

  219. Katrina Bagwell says:

    Would love this, kids are 11 and 8. They love history.

  220. Catherine Eckels says:

    My children are 10 and 8. Their favorite part of history is the revolutionary war and during that time period.

  221. My 5 year old adores anything from “the olden days”, especially cowboys. We’re just getting started with learning history and this would be so awesome to win!

  222. My son is 9 years old and enjoys learning about The Alamo and The Gold Rush

  223. Miriam Buhler says:

    My kids are 8,5,3,1 and we are loving reading the Little House series. This week we will start to delve into the “Indian country” mentioned in the books! This would be perfect!

  224. Michelle Hollenbacher says:

    My kids are 8 6 3 and 10 months. We enjoy pioneers and Native Americans.

  225. Michelle Hollenbacher says:

    Shared on FB

  226. My boys are 6 and 8 and they really love the Civil War. And the Revolutionary War!

  227. My son is 11. He really enjoys early American history.

  228. My children are 27, 25, and 14. 😉 But my grandchildren are 6, 4, and 18 months. . I would love to win this for them as my daughter begins her homeschooling journey.
    US History has always been a favorite subject in our home. My husband especially loves military history and we enjoy visiting battle sites that make history come alive. Thanks for the chance.

  229. My kids are 12, 11, 8 and 6. We use history as our theme for unit studies! We love history. Our favorites have been the different wars, pioneers and native Americans culture so far. We’d love to have these books! 🙂

  230. My daughters are 14 and 10 and love any American history that has anything to do with horses! 🙂

  231. My girls are 3, 5, and 7. They are loving Native Americans and colonial times right now!

  232. Liz Grier says:

    My kids are 9, 8 and 6. They love learning about Native Americans, pioneer life, World War II and the Civil Rights Movement. Thank you!

  233. My daughter, who is 11, is most interested in WWI and WWII.

  234. My boys are 12, 9 and 2 – so far they have really enjoyed ancient history and we are not studying medieval times. But they are eager to get to American History.

  235. Our kids are 15, 12, 10, 7, and 2. Most everyone enjoys all things post WWII and pioneer stories.

  236. Christine W says:

    My kids are 13, 11, 9, and 6, and they like Colonial America and the Revolutionary War.

  237. Wendy Novotnak says:

    My kids are 10,8,6 and 4. So far I think they have enjoyed every bit of it especially the parts where we read in depth diaries or extra stories about how people lived and survived in those times, the revolutionary war, the westward expansion and the civil war, too. My kids love the “Little house” series.

  238. Jennifer C. says:

    My kids are 9,8.7.6. and 3. I think what they love about American history is connecting stories with places in real life…and realizing that “those people” really lived and seeing those places in real life. I always remember going to see Plymouth Rock as a girl and thinking “wow, it really is a rock!”

  239. My kids are 6,4, and almost 2. Their favorite American history books include anything about the Pony Express and Bad News for Outlaws (The story of Bass Reeves). We are reading the Little House series and really enjoy it. Thank you!

  240. My twin boys are 8, and little sister is just 2. My boys are really interested in famous people in history like the US inventors Thomas Edison and Alexander Graham Bell. They were fascinated with Helen Keller’s story and have been reading about Martin Luther King.

  241. I have 4 have four kids(7,5,3, and 1) My oldest is very excited about history. She loves it
    All. She liked Sacajawea the best. We have a good time just reading biographies of historical figures.

  242. Jessica Renwald says:

    My daughters are 6 and 8 and they are fascinated by Lewis and Clark and how Sacagawea assisted them on the journey. They also love the Colonial Period.

  243. Jessica Engelby says:

    My kids are almost 5 and 1. Our favorite part of US History so far is learning about national parks, voting, and the railroad.

  244. Alyson Duneman says:

    We have 12, 5, 4, and 1. Our favorite parts are ancient Egypt and American History. Especially the Wild West and Cowboys!

  245. 8, 4 and 2 and we love learning about pioneer life and the west!

  246. Blessed Mom says:

    My children are 10, 8, 6, and 2 1/2. Right now my children are interested in the early part of American History and the founders of the country.

  247. My son is 15. He loved studying about the Revolutionary and Civil Wars. There are many sites in our area that we can visit; Walnut Grove, Kings Mountain, and Cowpens battlefields.

    He also enjoyed studying about the Wright Brothers.

  248. My kids are? 21, 17, 15, 13, 10, 8 and 3. Their favorite part of US history….If you add all their answers together, pretty much all of it!

  249. My kiddos are 9 and 12. They are really enjoying American History, especially the Revolutionary War.

    Thank you so much! 🙂

  250. Channing Gauruder says:

    My children are 12, 12, eight, six, four, two, six months. They like US history best. We love GA Henty and Dover books. Im so excited about this giveaway

  251. Channing Gauruder says:

    I shared your giveaway on Facebook. My children are 12, 12, 8, 6, 4, 2, 6 months.
    They love us history.

  252. I have a 12 and 14 year old and they enjoy colonial history, in particular learning about the American Revolution and the events leading to the birth of our nation.

  253. Chrissy Trimmer says:

    My kiddos are 14,10, and 9. We love everything about American history but especially the pioneer days and westward expansion. Sharing this!!

  254. Dori Umphreys says:

    My kids are 18, 16, 15, 12, and 10. They’re favorite part of American history is learning about pioneers and westward expansion.

  255. Dianne Kohler says:

    My son is 10 years old. Like the rest of the family he loves all history but is looking forward to learning more about the expansion of our country and the Civil War.
    The Revolution was his favorite so far

  256. My boys are 3 and 7, we enjoy learning about Native American cultures and traditions

  257. Our son is 7. He loves ancient Egypt and the old west just like his mom!

  258. Mandy Cruz says:

    My kids are 11, 9, and 4. I would say their favorite part of history is anything about how people used to live, especially what kids their age use to do. My son loves stories of Paul Revere as well.

  259. My kids are 14, 9, and 5. They like Revolutionary War and Civil War stuff best.

  260. My children are 8, 9, and 9. My youngest loves WWII, my daughter loves pioneer times, and my oldest loves the Revolutionary War.

  261. Kathleen Fisher says:

    My son is 8 and my daughter is 4. My son loves learning about the old/wild west and the early wars our country fought. My daughter hasn’t shown much interest in US history yet. She is more interested in princesses. 😊

  262. Wow great opportunity to get some great books, my daughter has not really shown much interest in history ….. Yet… This would help I’m sure… Will be looking for these at the library!!

  263. Heather Bessman says:

    My kids are 10, 9, and 7. Right now we’re reading about the underground rainroad and I think that’s their favorite.

  264. Melissa R says:

    My boys are 9, 7, and 4. The older two are really getting into the Wild West, of course the little one just likes what they like. We are hoping to take an RV trip next summer westward to see some sights they are learning about.

  265. Juli Vrotney says:

    My kids are 10, 8 , and 4 years old. They love being read to and these books would be great for them to read and have fun with.

  266. Tanya Bradford says:

    My oldest will be 11 in a few days and enjoys the frontier days and western expansion period, beginning with Daniel Boone. My middle child is 6 and is just discovering history so I can’t truly say that she has a favorite. My youngest is only 4 months and focuses on extremely recent history. 😉

  267. My kids are 8, 5, and 3. The last few years we have spent the month of October studying native Americans. We even put a big tipi up in the yard! I’d say that would have to be our favorite!

  268. My kids are 7, 5 and 6weeks. They really like learning about the Revolutionary War, and anything that can be related to the Little House books.

  269. My children are 9,8,5 and we love reading about history. My daughter seems to love the pioneer days best, perhaps because she relates to Laura wilder? My oldest son loves to read about civil war era. And my youngest just tags along wherever in history we journey.

  270. I also shared on twitter. We love GA Henty and who doesn’t want to share a giveaway?

  271. My kids are 10 and 9. What part of history they love most is ancient Rome.

  272. Jenifer A. says:

    My children are 10, 8, 6, 2, 2, 1 & 0. Their favorite part of American history is pioneer life but really they love all American history!

  273. Hi Jamie, I have a yen year old son that I am homeschooling this year. He does not love history, but I try to make it interesting and fun. This package looks like it would fit the bill. We are studying native Americans and pioneer days this year, so it is perfect! Thank you for this opportunity.

  274. My kids are 10,8 and 5. We have been studying world history but will start American History soon. These books would be a great addition to our home library!

  275. I have an 11 year old who really loves colonial days!

  276. Tara Yaws says:

    10,8,5 Anything with a battle and George Washington.

  277. Kiersten Kennington says:

    I have an 8,4,3, and 1 month old. The 3 older ones LOVE learning about all things PIONEER DAYS!

  278. My kids are 12 and 7. They love reading about American Indians. Thank you for this great opportunity.

  279. 5 (and a 3 year old brother that listens along). She likes reading about the pioneers! Thanks for the giveaway.

  280. My kids are 13, 11, 11, 10, 6 & 3. We are loving studying Westward Expandsion this year! Lots of good Gold rush stories, Wild West and more!

  281. Kids are 9,6,4,2. We love learning about the revolution and early colonies.

  282. Kids are 12, 5, and 3. We’re learning about the discovery and exploration of America right now, which they are really enjoying. They also love learning about pioneer life and the Revolutionary war.

  283. Shared giveaway on Facebook 😊

  284. My kids are 11, 8, 7 and 3. Right now they are enjoying learning about Lewis and Clark. We are also learning some U. S. geography and history of the states.

  285. I shared on Facebook.

  286. My kids are 10, 9, 7, and 6 years old. We love early American history.

  287. My kids are 19,14,11,2 and I homeschool the youngest two. My son loves hands-on activities and would love this!
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  288. 7 & 3 . Ladies favorite thus far is native American history!

  289. Sabina VanOrman says:

    9,7, 5,4 & 2 their favorite part of US history sahas been the study of Plymouth. What an awesome giveaway!

  290. Kristin Duncan says:

    I have two boys ages 9 and 5. There are so many things to love about US history, the Revolutionary War, Lewis and Clark, and so much more.

  291. Sabina VanOrman says:

    Shared to Facebook

  292. Natalie Carter says:

    These books look so great! Dover books have been a great help with our homeschooling!

  293. Boys- 9, 7 and 4. They love learning about the revolutionary war!

  294. Our kids are 9, 7, 4, and 1. They enjoy learning history of all sorts! Their favorite US history studies so far have been about the Old West time period and colonial times. Thanks for the giveaway and the chance to win!

  295. Jessica Orellana says:

    My kids are 8,2, and 1. My eight year old adores anything about pioneers. We would live this set. And, yes, I shared your post. 🙂

  296. My boys are 15 and 12. Being typical boys, their favorite part of U.S. History is war; civil and revolutionary!

  297. Shared on Twitter 🙂
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  298. Shared on FB 🙂
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  299. Jasmine Dempsey says:

    Girls are 10 and 8 and we love the pioneer era. Laura Ingalls is a current favorite.

  300. My kids are 14, 12, and 4. We love learning about the ancient cultures and Native Americans.

  301. Jennie McDonald says:

    My children are 12, 9, and 7. We live in Louisiana and my older children enjoy the Revolution period. My daughter has started to branch out into the Native American History and wants to be Pocahontas for Halloween. My youngest of course is all about cowboys. He can tell you the tale of Pacos Bill word for word from one story we read, one time! LOL
    This is an amazing collection and whom ever receives it, has a true treasure in their library!!

  302. Allison Schermer says:

    My girls are 7,4, and 1. They love learning about Pocahontas!

  303. Jennie McDonald says:

    Shared this giveaway link on Facebook.

  304. My children range in age from 1 year to 16 years old. They like studying about how our nation was founded.

  305. I shared on facebook!
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  306. Jennifer Jennings says:

    My kids are 7, 4, 3, 1. Their favorite things to learn about are ancient history and anything that involves Indians!

  307. My kids are 18,16,14,12,9,5, and 1! They love studying the Revolutionary war, world war 2 greatest generation heroes, and the pioneers and mountain men.

  308. My kids are 11, 9 and 6. We’re just diving into American History, so this will be perfect! Thus far, they’ve enjoyed learning about the Greeks and Romans (mostly the mythology).

  309. Judith Martinez says:

    My children are 17, 13, 11, 7 and 4. They love all kinds of history. My oldest loves WW2 and my second one is interested in CO history.

  310. My kids are 12, 9, 6, 3. They all love history. Their favorite part of U.S history is early American history.

  311. My girls are 11, 10, 7 and 2. I think their favorite part of US history is pioneer days from Laura Ingalls Wilder books.

  312. Our kids are 21, 20, 16, 15, 12, 11, 8, and 6. We really enjoy the Revolutionary War.

  313. My kids are 5 and (almost) 3. Although we talk informally about history when it presents itself, I wouldn’t set either of the have a favorite period. I enjoy early American history and very much enjoyed visiting Mount Vernon 3 years ago. My son enjoyed the outdoors and seeing the animals there, too.

  314. My child is 10. We are new to homeschooling and love it! She really enjoyed the Revolutionary War and the Civial War.

  315. S. McDonald says:

    Children are 13,12,10 and enjoy learning about the early settlers.

  316. Sarah Bryan says:

    My family loves the Dover publications and so appreciate the suggested reading lists published on SimpleHomeschool! Keep doing what you’re doing. You have made our lives simpler!

  317. Bridget Stevens says:

    My kids are 11, 9, 7 and 6. The youngest two are very into ancient history currently. The older two are into Rome and Elizabethan England, because of Queen Elizabeth.

  318. My kids are 7,4 and 2.
    We are learning about early American history

  319. Natalie R says:

    My children are 9 and 11 and love pioneer days (little house on the prairie a big hit!). We’re starting Sonlight US history in January so this would be great!

  320. My kids are 16, 14, 8, 7 and 5. They love all History but Early American History is a family favorite.

  321. Melanie Miles says:

    We adore all time periods, but our favorite era to study is mid-American settlement in the Wild West because we live and travel in the west. Our four Kids are late elementary – first year high school. (We don’t post ages for security reasons.)

  322. Morgan Heikkila says:

    My boys are 2, 3, and 8 (tomorrow! ☺️) We LOVE learning Native American history, specifically the Native Americans in Montana and New Mexico! These books would be such a blessing to our family, thank you for the opportunity! ❤️

  323. Christiane says:

    Kids are 3,6 and 9. They love to read about pioneering days and the cowboys!😁

  324. Kristine Riggs says:

    My son is 9, and he loves the early US history most. Specifically studying indians. We have Cherokee in our family, so they are nearest to his heart.

  325. Stephanie W. says:

    My kids are 2-9, and they seem to enjoy early American history the most. 🙂 Thanks for a great giveaway!!

  326. Christine says:

    My sons are 3, 7, and 13. They like learning about colonial times in America.

  327. My boys are 11, 8, and 6. We recently went on a family trip out west and enjoyed learning about Buffalo Bill, Sundance Kid, and many others who were a part of the “wild west”.

  328. Joy Barnes says:

    My kids are 7, 5, and 2 and they love learning about the pioneers.

  329. Kathleen Hamilton says:

    I am homeschooling my 8 year old grandson. As a former teacher, I am having to resist the temotation to play school. He is enjoying learning about Texas History in his COOP class.

  330. 9 & 2 . My 9 year old loves learning about Revolutionary War.

  331. Leslie Terbeek says:

    My boys are 14 and 10. They love the middle ages!

  332. Mt daughter 12 years old loves the revolutionary war, civil war and Lewis and Clark.

  333. Shared on Facebook!

  334. My girls are 5 and 10 and haven’t done much American history yet–we’ll be working on it this year with the oldest. So far, she is interested in WWII, and the youngest is interested most in community helpers.

  335. Wow! What a fantastic package from Dover! We really enjoy U.S. History and would love to win this giveaway. My kids are 8, 6, & 3. So far, Civil War history has been a favorite of my 8 year old daughter. Thanks for the chance:-)

  336. I forgot to mention that my littler girl (6) is fascinated by Native American history and culture. Her eyes sparkle (like Laura’s) when we read certain “Indian” sections of LHOP:-)

  337. sharon searls says:

    How old are your kids, and what part of US History do they enjoy most?

    8 and soon to be 12
    Era of history they enjoy most…my totally absorbed history buffs (all their play acting revolves around eras of history), love immensely whatever era we happen to be studying at the time! Colonial was their favorite for a long time, as was Pioneer, Victorian, Viking, Reformation, Old and New Testaments, and boy were we amazed when we found out how much history happened along I35 as we planned our trip to San Antonio last year! We even made it border to border North and South. What an adventure!

    Thank for the opportunity to win such a treasure!

  338. Victoria Turner says:

    My son is 13, he loves the Revolutionary War.

  339. My kids are 13, 11 and 4. We love the old West- Civil War, native Americans, Slavery. They really find this era interesting.

  340. Candace Miller says:

    My kids are 6 and 8. We like to read about NC native americans.

  341. My child is 10 and is most interested in WW2.

  342. My children are 11, 9, 7, 5, 3, and almost 1. Our favorite US history study right now is the Revolutionary War. Thank you for giving us a chance to win the giveaway! 🙂

  343. Hi! My kids are almost 7, almost 4, 2 and 3months. We are really enjoying early US history right now….finished Little House series, Sign of the Beaver and Buffalo Bill…..we are US citizens living overseas but have a US address for mail….are we eligible when your giveaways say not open to those outside the US? IM guessing its just for non US addresses?
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  344. Hi Jamie,
    We LOVED and enjoyed doing the read the world summer book club!! The books were fantastic that we chose from your book 😀 My children are 12,8,6,3 and 7 months 😀 we love Native American, pilgrims, Christopher Columbus, George Washington, anything like that!!

  345. Aubrey Sebastian says:

    My boys are 8 and 4. They enjoy hearing the stories of Ancient and Medieval civilization. They also enjoy biographies of giants in culture and history.

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