John Fremont and Kit Carson Map the Westward Trails (Dyslexic Font)

By: A Royal Fireworks Press Publication


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In 1842, the U.S. government sent John Fremont out to map the rest of the unknown West. He couldn’t have done it without the help of the famous mountain man Kit Carson. Trappers and explorers had mapped much of the land, but Captain Fremont’s job was to fill in the gaps so that the map of America was complete. It was hard, dangerous work, but the job was too important to let anything stand in the way.

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Product Description


These books are printed in a special dyslexia-friendly font that makes them easier for some children with visual processing problems to read. A special feature of the books is that each two-page spread contains a QR code that links to audio of the book being narrated. Children can listen and follow along to help them learn the words that they are seeing.

The Explorers in a New World Dyslexia Series offers a way for children with reading difficulties to enjoy reading and American history in a rare and wonderfully accessible combination that they will treasure for years to come.

Titles in Series:

Explorers in a New World
The Search for the Seven Cities of Gold 
De Soto and the River in the Wilderness 
Jacques Cartier Explores Lands for France 
Champlain’s Search for the Northwest Passage
The Half Moon on the Hudson
Lewis and Clark Travel Up the Missouri River 
Jed Smith and the Search for the Buenaventura 
John Fremont and Kit Carson Map the Westward Trails

Explorers in a New World (Dyslexia Series) Set

Additional Information

Weight .4 kg
Dimensions 8.5 × 5 × .4 in



A Royal Fireworks Press Publication


Royal Fireworks Press




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