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Lowell, Barbara

Series: Federal Protectors
Library Bound

Breaking secret codes. Listening in on enemy meetings. That's just the beginning of what members of the NSA do. Find out about one of the U.S. government's most secret organizations. With leveled text, infographics, and information on historic missions and current practices.

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Copyright: 2024
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Size: 9 x 6.5
Pages: 31
Interest Grade: 3-7
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Classification: Nonfiction
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Dewey: 327.1273
Language: English
Penworthy Release: 08-2023
ISBN: 9781623106195
Item #: 54701
Available : 19
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Price: $25.95

Key words: Social Studies, United States, Government, NSA, Code Breaking, Enemies, Infographics, Reluctant Readers, Federal Protectors, Social Studies
Reader, Nonfiction, Photos, Table of Contents, Picture Glossary, Index, Bolt, Black Rabbit Books

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Hi-tech cameras. Hidden messages. Secret missions. There's nothing more high-interest than the jobs federal workers do in secret to keep U.S. citizens safe. Leveled text and infographics help readers find out what goes on behind the scenes when keeping Americans safe from enemies.

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