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Discovering the heart and soul of a nation

One story at a time

Welcome to Here's America: The Dreamers' Land! Explore the incredible culture, history, and character of the United States of America through engaging stories and narratives.

Only in America

The first airplane took flight in Kitty Hawk, North Carolina. (Wright Brothers, 1903)
A monumental speech for equality echoed in Washington D.C. (Martin Luther King Jr., 1963)
The world saw light through the electric light bulb in New Jersey. (Thomas Edison, 1879)
The first human steps touched the moon, launched by a United States space program. (Neil Armstrong, NASA, 1969)
A brave march for voting rights unfolded in Selma, Alabama. (Selma activists, 1965)
The Declaration of Independence was signed in Philadelphia, marking the birth of a nation. (1776)
The first theme park of its kind opened its gates in Anaheim, California. (Disneyland, 1955)
The first skyscraper, the Home Insurance Building, stood tall in Chicago. (1885)
The faces of four presidents are immortalized on Mount Rushmore in South Dakota. (1941)
A brave stand was taken on a bus in Montgomery, Alabama. (Rosa Parks, 1955)
Car production was revolutionized with the introduction of a moving assembly line in Michigan. (Henry Ford, 1913)
Everyday life changed with the invention of modern air conditioning in Buffalo, New York. (Willis Carrier, 1902)
The first airplane took flight in Kitty Hawk, North Carolina. (Wright Brothers, 1903)

Our patented, interactive platform is designed to create a fun and engaging learning experience for everyone.

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Interactive technology
Engaging stories
Various social studies topics
Quizzes and assessments
Multilingual content

Take a look at some of our interactive books!

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American Super-Achievers: Volume I
Jean-Michel Basquiat
States of the USA: Alaska
Statue of Liberty

Explore our expanding book series

Groundbreaking Original Series and exclusives from our team at Here’s America.

The American Quiz
The United States Presidents
Little Immigrants
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Frequently Asked Questions

'Here's America' is an interactive, multilingual platform presented by Digital Publishing Inc. It's dedicated to exploring the rich culture, history, and character of the United States through a variety of social studies topics. The platform focuses on self-development, character-building, and social awareness, offering a unique blend of adventure, learning, and inspiration.
'Here's America' covers a wide range of social studies subjects including history, geography, civics, economy, government, and social skills. The content is presented through engaging stories, interactive materials, and insights into the lives of political and social leaders and iconic American figures.
'Here's America' is suitable for anyone interested in American culture and history, as well as those looking to understand the foundations of success and character-building. It's particularly valuable for educators, students, and individuals seeking to develop a success-oriented mindset in the context of the United States of America.
Absolutely! 'Here's America' is an ideal resource for educational settings, providing a comprehensive dashboard for teachers and administrators. This dashboard allows educators to organize content tailored to their classrooms, monitor students' progress, and effectively integrate the platform's resources into their teaching plans.
Yes, 'Here's America' offers a 7-day free trial for individual plans. This trial period allows users to explore the full range of features and content available on the platform. During the trial, you can access all interactive materials, stories, and educational resources, giving you a comprehensive experience of what 'Here's America' has to offer.
Yes, the materials on 'Here's America' have been meticulously designed to complement and reinforce the social studies curriculum typically taught in elementary and middle schools. While not intended to replace standard school curricula, these resources serve as a valuable supplement, enhancing students' understanding and engagement with key social studies concepts. The content aligns well with educational standards, making it an excellent tool for reinforcing classroom learning with additional insights and interactive experiences.
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