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We began releasing the revised 2nd edition in a digital format in 2020, with the new print edition coming in 2021.
In 2010 we published a short run of America the Beautiful. The first and second semester textbooks had a perfect binding, but the supplemental books were put together in a three-ring binder. We made mostly cosmetic changes to the complete paperback version published in 2011. In 2012 we released the current hardcover version with more color illustrations. The copyright date in the books is 2011.
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Unit 14 - Lesson 66 / Family Activity
Here's a good recording of "Turkey in the Straw" to use for dancing.
Unit 15 - Lesson 74 / Family Activity
Here are audio recordings of some of our favorite Fanny Crosby songs.
The Cyber Hymnal has lyrics and music for hymns by Fanny J. Crosby and many other composers:
Unit 17 - Lesson 83 / Family Activity
Marine Band Audio Resources has downloads of recordings of works by John Philip Sousa and other composers:
Unit 21 - Lesson 101 / Family Activity
Here's the recipe for Original Nestlé Toll House Chocolate Chip Cookies: