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Standing Up Against Hate tells the stories of the African American women who enlisted in the newly formed Women's Army Auxiliary Corps (WAAC) in World War II. They quickly discovered that they faced as many obstacles in the armed forces as they did in everyday life. However, they refused to ...
Standing Up Against Hate: How Black Women in the Army Helped Chan
Standing Up Against Hate tells the stories of the African American women who enlisted in the newly formed Women's Army Auxiliary Corps (WAAC) in World War II. They quickly discovered that they faced as many obstacles in the armed forces as they did in everyday life. However, they refused to back down. They interrupted careers and left family, friends, and loved ones to venture into unknown and sometimes dangerous territory. They survived racial prejudice and discrimination with dignity, succeeded in jobs women had never worked before, and made crucial contributions to the military war effort. The book centers around Charity Adams, who commanded the only black WAAC battalion sent overseas and became the highest ranking African American woman in the military by the end of the war. Along with Adams's story are those of other black women who played a crucial role in integrating the armed forces. Their tales are both inspiring and heart-wrenching. The book includes a timeline, bibliography, and index.
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25.58 USD

Standing Up Against Hate: How Black Women in the Army Helped Chan

by Mary Farrell
Hardback
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Explores the history, events, and future implications of the Parkland students' protest against gun violence. Through insightful text, In Their Own Words special features, and critical thinking questions, this title will introduce readers to a modern example of social activism.
Parkland Students Challenge the National Rifle Association
Explores the history, events, and future implications of the Parkland students' protest against gun violence. Through insightful text, In Their Own Words special features, and critical thinking questions, this title will introduce readers to a modern example of social activism.
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32.920000 USD

Parkland Students Challenge the National Rifle Association

by Rebecca Rowell
Hardback
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A National Book Award Finalist for Nonfiction, Never Caught is the eye-opening narrative of Ona Judge, George and Martha Washington's runaway slave, who risked everything for a better life--now available as a young reader's edition! In this incredible narrative, Erica Armstrong Dunbar reveals a fascinating and heartbreaking behind-the-scenes look at ...
Never Caught, the Story of Ona Judge: George and Martha Washington's Courageous Slave Who Dared to Run Away; Young Readers Edition
A National Book Award Finalist for Nonfiction, Never Caught is the eye-opening narrative of Ona Judge, George and Martha Washington's runaway slave, who risked everything for a better life--now available as a young reader's edition! In this incredible narrative, Erica Armstrong Dunbar reveals a fascinating and heartbreaking behind-the-scenes look at the Washingtons' when they were the First Family--and an in-depth look at their slave, Ona Judge, who dared to escape from one of the nation's Founding Fathers. Born into a life of slavery, Ona Judge eventually grew up to be George and Martha Washington's favored dower slave. When she was told that she was going to be given as a wedding gift to Martha Washington's granddaughter, Ona made the bold and brave decision to flee to the north, where she would be a fugitive. From her childhood, to her time with the Washingtons and living in the slave quarters, to her escape to New Hampshire, Erica Armstrong Dunbar (along with Kathleen Van Cleve), shares an intimate glimpse into the life of a little-known, but powerful figure in history, and her brave journey as she fled the most powerful couple in the country.
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19.940000 USD

Never Caught, the Story of Ona Judge: George and Martha Washington's Courageous Slave Who Dared to Run Away; Young Readers Edition

by Kathleen Van Cleve, Erica Armstrong Dunbar
Hardback
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Explores the history, events, and aftermath of Larry Itliong's role in the fight for farmworkers' rights. Through insightful text, In Their Own Words special features, and critical thinking questions, this title will introduce readers to a historic example of social activism.
Larry Itliong Leads the Way for Farmworkers' Rights
Explores the history, events, and aftermath of Larry Itliong's role in the fight for farmworkers' rights. Through insightful text, In Their Own Words special features, and critical thinking questions, this title will introduce readers to a historic example of social activism.
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10.450000 USD

Larry Itliong Leads the Way for Farmworkers' Rights

by Rose Zilka
Paperback / softback
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This book introduces readers to the history, meaning, traditions, and celebrations of Presidents' Day. Vivid photographs and easy-to-read text aid comprehension for early readers. Features include a table of contents, an infographic, fun facts, Making Connections questions, a glossary, and an index. QR Codes in the book give readers access ...
Presidents' Day
This book introduces readers to the history, meaning, traditions, and celebrations of Presidents' Day. Vivid photographs and easy-to-read text aid comprehension for early readers. Features include a table of contents, an infographic, fun facts, Making Connections questions, a glossary, and an index. QR Codes in the book give readers access to book-specific resources to further their learning.
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8.350000 USD

Presidents' Day

by Charly Haley
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Explores the history, events, and aftermath of Larry Itliong's role in the fight for farmworkers' rights. Through insightful text, In Their Own Words special features, and critical thinking questions, this title will introduce readers to a historic example of social activism.
Larry Itliong Leads the Way for Farmworkers' Rights
Explores the history, events, and aftermath of Larry Itliong's role in the fight for farmworkers' rights. Through insightful text, In Their Own Words special features, and critical thinking questions, this title will introduce readers to a historic example of social activism.
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32.920000 USD

Larry Itliong Leads the Way for Farmworkers' Rights

by Rose Zilka
Hardback
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High-drama history, describing moment-by-moment the fall of the Berlin Wall Thirty years ago, on 9 November 1989, the Berlin Wall came down. This historic event is described in detail, focusing not only on the day itself, but also what led to the wall being there in the first place. It ...
The Fall of the Berlin Wall
High-drama history, describing moment-by-moment the fall of the Berlin Wall Thirty years ago, on 9 November 1989, the Berlin Wall came down. This historic event is described in detail, focusing not only on the day itself, but also what led to the wall being there in the first place. It looks at the history of the Wall, explaining why it was built, as well as looking at the implications of what happened in the wider context of 20th century history. Real life accounts are included in moment-in-time boxes, acting as a freeze frame of people's thoughts, emotions and experiences as those from West Germany were at last free to travel to the East and vice versa. Complete with photographs, maps and a timeline, this is a fascinating insight into 20th century history. An ideal book to support the study of modern history in schools
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23.88 USD

The Fall of the Berlin Wall

by Patricia Levy
Hardback
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This book introduces readers to the history, meaning, traditions, and celebrations of Thanksgiving. Vivid photographs and easy-to-read text aid comprehension for early readers. Features include a table of contents, an infographic, fun facts, Making Connections questions, a glossary, and an index. QR Codes in the book give readers access to ...
Thanksgiving
This book introduces readers to the history, meaning, traditions, and celebrations of Thanksgiving. Vivid photographs and easy-to-read text aid comprehension for early readers. Features include a table of contents, an infographic, fun facts, Making Connections questions, a glossary, and an index. QR Codes in the book give readers access to book-specific resources to further their learning.
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8.350000 USD

Thanksgiving

by Charly Haley
Paperback / softback
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Explores the history, events, and future implications of the Parkland students' protest against gun violence. Through insightful text, In Their Own Words special features, and critical thinking questions, this title will introduce readers to a modern example of social activism.
Parkland Students Challenge the National Rifle Association
Explores the history, events, and future implications of the Parkland students' protest against gun violence. Through insightful text, In Their Own Words special features, and critical thinking questions, this title will introduce readers to a modern example of social activism.
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10.450000 USD

Parkland Students Challenge the National Rifle Association

by Rebecca Rowell
Paperback / softback
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In this rhyming, hilarious romp about a little-known facet of American history, Thomas Jefferson tries to disprove a French theory that those in the New World are puny and wussy by going in search of mammoth bones. In the New World called America big changes were a'brewing. Independence was declared ...
Thomas Jefferson and the Mammoth Hunt: The True Story of the Quest for America's Biggest Bones
In this rhyming, hilarious romp about a little-known facet of American history, Thomas Jefferson tries to disprove a French theory that those in the New World are puny and wussy by going in search of mammoth bones. In the New World called America big changes were a'brewing. Independence was declared with bold hurrahs and ballyhooing! The French feel threatened by America's new freedom and confidence, as embodied by Count Buffon who claims that the New World was a chilly, swampy place, filled with puny, scrawny creatures, every species, breed, and race. Thomas Jefferson won't stand his young country being insulted, so he sets out to prove Count Buffon wrong. He sends people across the country in search of an animal or animal bones to prove that creatures in the United States are big and strong and worthy. Hilarious, energetic, and a delight to read aloud, this book shines a light on this little-known slice of American history. Included in the back matter are an author's note, who's who and what's what from American history, bibliography, and further reading.
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18.890000 USD

Thomas Jefferson and the Mammoth Hunt: The True Story of the Quest for America's Biggest Bones

by Carrie Clickard
Hardback
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A page-turning middle-grade adaptation of the New York Times bestseller about George Washington's top-secret spy ring that helped defeat the British. The American Revolution is well under way in 1776, but things are looking bleak for General George Washington and his Continental Army. With Washington's hasty retreat from New York ...
George Washington's Secret Six (Young Reader's Adaptation)
A page-turning middle-grade adaptation of the New York Times bestseller about George Washington's top-secret spy ring that helped defeat the British. The American Revolution is well under way in 1776, but things are looking bleak for General George Washington and his Continental Army. With Washington's hasty retreat from New York City in August, many think the war might soon be over. After all: how on earth is this ragtag group going to defeat its enemy, the well-trained and well-funded military of the largest empire in history? But Washington soon realizes he can't win with military might. Instead, he must outsmart the British, so he creates a sophisticated intelligence network: the top-secret Culper Spy Ring. Drawing on extensive research, Brian Kilmeade and Don Yaeger tell the fascinating stories of these long unrecognized spies: a reserved merchant, a tavern keeper, a brash young longshoreman, a curmudgeonly Long Island bachelor, a coffeehouse owner, and a mysterious woman. This vivid and accessible young readers adaptation of the New York Times bestseller features an exclusive new introduction, extensive back matter, and eye-catching art throughout. Chronicling a crucial moment in American history, this historical thriller will excite and inspire the next generation of patriots.
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18.890000 USD

George Washington's Secret Six (Young Reader's Adaptation)

by Brian Kilmeade
Hardback
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George Washington Carver was a scientist, educator, artist, inventor, and humanitarian. Born into slavery during the Civil War, he later pursued an education and would become the first black graduate from Iowa Agricultural College. Carver then took a teaching position at the Tuskegee Institute, founded by Booker T. Washington. There, ...
George Washington Carver for Kids: His Life and Discoveries, with 21 Activities
George Washington Carver was a scientist, educator, artist, inventor, and humanitarian. Born into slavery during the Civil War, he later pursued an education and would become the first black graduate from Iowa Agricultural College. Carver then took a teaching position at the Tuskegee Institute, founded by Booker T. Washington. There, Carver taught poor Southern farmers how to nourish the soil, conserve resources, and feed their families. He also developed hundreds of new products from the sweet potato, peanut, and other crops, and his discoveries gained him a place in the national spotlight. George Washington Carver for Kids tells the inspiring story of this remarkable American. It includes a time line, resources for further research, and 21 hands-on activities to help better appreciate Carver's genius. Kids will: Turn a gourd into a decorative bowl Construct a model of a sod house Brew ginger tea Create paints using items found in nature Grow sweet potatoes Build a compost bin for kitchen and yard waste Learn how to pickle watermelon rinds And more!
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17.840000 USD

George Washington Carver for Kids: His Life and Discoveries, with 21 Activities

by Peggy Thomas
Paperback / softback
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What happens when conservation efforts for a species are so successful that there's a boom in the population? Part field science, part conservation science, Backyard Bears looks at black bears - and other animals around the globe - who are rapidly becoming our neighbors in urban and suburban areas. North ...
Backyard Bears: Conservation, Habitat Changes, and the Rise of Urban Wildlife
What happens when conservation efforts for a species are so successful that there's a boom in the population? Part field science, part conservation science, Backyard Bears looks at black bears - and other animals around the globe - who are rapidly becoming our neighbors in urban and suburban areas. North Carolina's black bears were once a threatened species, but now their numbers are rising in and around Asheville. Can humans and bears live compatibly? What are the long-term effects for the bears? Author Amy Cherrix follows the scientists who, in cooperation with local citizens, are trying to answer to these questions and more.
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25.58 USD

Backyard Bears: Conservation, Habitat Changes, and the Rise of Urban Wildlife

by Amy Cherrix
Hardback
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Discover the thrilling side of the history of famous landmarks and monuments in this fact-tastic, nonfiction Level 3 Ready-to-Read, part of a series about the secrets of American History! Did you know that President Franklin Roosevelt had a secret train station in New York City? Or that there's a hidden ...
Mount Rushmore's Hidden Room and Other Monumental Secrets: Monuments and Landmarks
Discover the thrilling side of the history of famous landmarks and monuments in this fact-tastic, nonfiction Level 3 Ready-to-Read, part of a series about the secrets of American History! Did you know that President Franklin Roosevelt had a secret train station in New York City? Or that there's a hidden room inside Mount Rushmore? Unearth secrets about these monuments and more in this book about historical places! Secrets of American History is an action-packed nonfiction Level 3 Ready-to-Read series that lets beginning readers in on a little secret: history is full of surprises! Want to know what invisible ink has to do with the American Revolution? Or why shark repellant and inflatable army tanks were used in World War II? Find out in this fact-filled series of fascinating true tales, wild adventures, and spy missions, and discover the secret side of American history! A special section at the back of the book includes Common Core-vetted extras on subjects like science, social studies, and math, and there's even a fun quiz so readers can test themselves to see what they've learned! Learning about history has never been so much fun!
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18.890000 USD

Mount Rushmore's Hidden Room and Other Monumental Secrets: Monuments and Landmarks

by Laurie Calkhoven
Hardback
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The devastating attack on Pearl Harbor, Hawaii, drew the United States into World War II in 1941. But few are aware that several months later, the Japanese pilot Nobuo Fujita dropped bombs in the woods outside a small town in coastal Oregon. This is the story of those bombings, and ...
Thirty Minutes Over Oregon: A Japanese Pilot's World War II Story
The devastating attack on Pearl Harbor, Hawaii, drew the United States into World War II in 1941. But few are aware that several months later, the Japanese pilot Nobuo Fujita dropped bombs in the woods outside a small town in coastal Oregon. This is the story of those bombings, and what came after, when Fujita returned to Oregon twenty years later, this time to apologise. This remarkable true story, beautifully illustrated in watercolour, is an important and moving account of reconciliation after war.
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18.890000 USD

Thirty Minutes Over Oregon: A Japanese Pilot's World War II Story

by Marc Tyler Nobleman
Hardback
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Gilbert du Motier became the Marquis de Lafayette at a young age, but he was not satisfied with the comforts of French nobility-he wanted adventure! A captain at eighteen and a major general by nineteen, he was eager to prove himself in battle. When he heard about the Revolution going ...
Lafayette! (Nathan Hale's Hazardous Tales #8): A Revolutionary Wa
Gilbert du Motier became the Marquis de Lafayette at a young age, but he was not satisfied with the comforts of French nobility-he wanted adventure! A captain at eighteen and a major general by nineteen, he was eager to prove himself in battle. When he heard about the Revolution going on in America, he went overseas and fought alongside Alexander Hamilton and George Washington for America's independence. Nathan Hale's Hazardous Tales are graphic novels that tell the thrilling, shocking, gruesome, and TRUE stories of American history. Read them all-if you dare!
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14.690000 USD

Lafayette! (Nathan Hale's Hazardous Tales #8): A Revolutionary Wa

by Nathan Hale
Hardback
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These were no damsels in distress! Did you know that a woman named Kady Brownell was the color bearer for 5th Rhode Island infantry? She braved enemy fire at Bull Run to hold her banner high! Or that Dr. Mary Walker, a battlefield surgeon, was the first and only woman ...
Gunpowder on Their Skirts: Military Heroines for the Blue and Gray
These were no damsels in distress! Did you know that a woman named Kady Brownell was the color bearer for 5th Rhode Island infantry? She braved enemy fire at Bull Run to hold her banner high! Or that Dr. Mary Walker, a battlefield surgeon, was the first and only woman to ever receive the Medal of Honor? These women, and many more, marched alongside the soldiers and were on the battlefields of the American Civil War. They were both respected and admired by their male comrades. Stephanie Ford regularly speaks at historical societies and participates in reenactments as a vivandiere. Through her thorough research comes a compelling collection of stories of remarkable women from both sides of the conflict.
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11.500000 USD

Gunpowder on Their Skirts: Military Heroines for the Blue and Gray

by Stephanie Ford
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Delightful, relatable, and eye-catchingly illustrated. --School Library Journal Deelytful and iloominaating for noo and seesuned reeders alyk. --Kirkus Reviews Thought-provoking and entertaining. --School Library Connection Engaging...A comprehensible, lively read. --Publishers Weekly Do you ever wish English was eez-ee-yer to spell? Ben Franklin and Noah Webster did! Debut author Beth Anderson ...
An Inconvenient Alphabet: Ben Franklin & Noah Webster's Spelling Revolution
Delightful, relatable, and eye-catchingly illustrated. --School Library Journal Deelytful and iloominaating for noo and seesuned reeders alyk. --Kirkus Reviews Thought-provoking and entertaining. --School Library Connection Engaging...A comprehensible, lively read. --Publishers Weekly Do you ever wish English was eez-ee-yer to spell? Ben Franklin and Noah Webster did! Debut author Beth Anderson and the New York Times bestselling illustrator of I Dissent, Elizabeth Baddeley, tell the story of two patriots and their attempt to revolutionize the English alphabet. Once upon a revolutionary time, two great American patriots tried to make life easier. They knew how hard it was to spell words in English. They knew that sounds didn't match letters. They knew that the problem was an inconvenient English alphabet. In 1786, Ben Franklin, at age eighty, and Noah Webster, twenty-eight, teamed up. Their goal? Make English easier to read and write. But even for great thinkers, what seems easy can turn out to be hard. Children today will be delighted to learn that when they sound out words, they are doing eg-zakt-lee what Ben and Noah wanted.
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18.890000 USD

An Inconvenient Alphabet: Ben Franklin & Noah Webster's Spelling Revolution

by Beth Anderson
Hardback
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History in Infographics helps children to visualise facts and statistics using a clever and appealing mix of graphics and numbers. The colourful, high-impact design will appeal to a wide range of children, from visual learners to struggling readers, capturing and then holding their attention. Infographics are a really exciting, different ...
History in Infographics: Stone Age
History in Infographics helps children to visualise facts and statistics using a clever and appealing mix of graphics and numbers. The colourful, high-impact design will appeal to a wide range of children, from visual learners to struggling readers, capturing and then holding their attention. Infographics are a really exciting, different way to learn about core historical topics, and are ideal for fact-hungry children, revision work, and to improve the quality of presentations. History in Infographics: Stone Age allows children to discover the Stone Age like never before, including when and where it happened, the evolution of humans and how they spread out of Africa across the globe, and how people lived and what they ate. They can discover Stone Age crafts and technology, including cave painting and the wheel, learn about buildings and sacred sites, for example Stonehenge and how it was built, and find out about Stone Age customs and traditions, such as how they buried their dead. Ideal for children of 9+, and fact and history lovers of all ages, the Stone Age has never seemed more exciting!
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14.18 USD

History in Infographics: Stone Age

by Jon Richards
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Sojourner Truth was born into slavery but possessed a mind and a vision that knew no bounds. So Tall Within traces her life from her painful childhood through her remarkable emancipation to her incredible leadership in the movement for rights for both women and African Americans. Her story is told ...
So Tall Within: Sojourner Truth's Long Walk Toward Freedom
Sojourner Truth was born into slavery but possessed a mind and a vision that knew no bounds. So Tall Within traces her life from her painful childhood through her remarkable emancipation to her incredible leadership in the movement for rights for both women and African Americans. Her story is told with lyricism and pathos by Gary D. Schmidt, one of the most celebrated writers for children in the twenty-first century, and brought to life by award winning and fine artist Daniel Minter. This combination of talent is just right for introducing this legendary figure to a new generation of children.
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19.940000 USD

So Tall Within: Sojourner Truth's Long Walk Toward Freedom

by Gary D. Schmidt
Hardback
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A NSTA Best STEM Book In this nonfiction middle-grade title, award-winning author Mary Morton Cowan explores the extraordinary achievement of Cyrus Field and one of the greatest engineering feats of the 19th century: laying a transatlantic telegraph cable to create instant communication between two continents. Cyrus Field had a big ...
Cyrus Field's Big Dream: The Daring Effort to Lay the First Transatlantic Telegraph Cable
A NSTA Best STEM Book In this nonfiction middle-grade title, award-winning author Mary Morton Cowan explores the extraordinary achievement of Cyrus Field and one of the greatest engineering feats of the 19th century: laying a transatlantic telegraph cable to create instant communication between two continents. Cyrus Field had a big dream to connect North America and the United Kingdom with a telegraph line, which would enable instant communication. In the mid-1800s, no one knew if it was possible. That didn't dissuade Cyrus, who set out to learn about undersea cables and built a network of influential people to raise money and create interest in his project. Cyrus experienced numerous setbacks: many years of delays and failed attempts, millions of dollars lost, suspected sabotage, technological problems, and more. But Cyrus did not give up and forged ahead, ultimately realizing his dream in the summer of 1866. Mary Morton Cowan brilliantly captures Cyrus's life and his steadfast determination to achieve his dream.
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25.58 USD

Cyrus Field's Big Dream: The Daring Effort to Lay the First Transatlantic Telegraph Cable

by Mary Morton Cowan
Hardback
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A 2019 Robert F. Sibert Informational Honor Book * A School Library Journal Best Book of the Year * A Booklist Editors' Choice * A Washington Post Best Children's Book * A BCCB Blue Ribbon * A Chicago Public Library Best of the Best Books In this nonfiction title for ...
Spooked!: How a Radio Broadcast and The War of the Worlds Sparked the 1938 Invasion of America
A 2019 Robert F. Sibert Informational Honor Book * A School Library Journal Best Book of the Year * A Booklist Editors' Choice * A Washington Post Best Children's Book * A BCCB Blue Ribbon * A Chicago Public Library Best of the Best Books In this nonfiction title for young readers, acclaimed author Gail Jarrow explores in riveting detail the famous War of the Worlds radio broadcast from 1938, highlighting the artists behind the broadcast, the broadcast itself, the aftermath, and the repercussions of fake news today. On the night of October 30, 1938, thousands of Americans panicked when they believed that Martians had invaded Earth. What appeared to be breaking news about an alien invasion was in fact a radio drama based on H. G. Wells's War of the Worlds, performed by Orson Welles and his Mercury Theatre players. Some listeners became angry once they realized they had been tricked, and the reaction to the broadcast sparked a national discussion about fake news, propaganda, and the role of radio. In this compelling nonfiction chapter book, Gail Jarrow explores the production of the broadcast, the aftermath, and the concept of fake news in the media.
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25.58 USD

Spooked!: How a Radio Broadcast and The War of the Worlds Sparked the 1938 Invasion of America

by Gail Jarrow
Hardback
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This book introduces readers to the developing technology of electric cars, including a look at the technology's future. Vivid photographs and easy-to-read text aid comprehension for early readers. Features include a table of contents, an infographic, fun facts, Making Connections questions, a glossary, and an index. QR Codes in the ...
Electric Cars
This book introduces readers to the developing technology of electric cars, including a look at the technology's future. Vivid photographs and easy-to-read text aid comprehension for early readers. Features include a table of contents, an infographic, fun facts, Making Connections questions, a glossary, and an index. QR Codes in the book give readers access to book-specific resources to further their learning.
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11.95 USD

Electric Cars

by Debbie Vilardi
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This book introduces readers to one of the United States' most iconic landmarks: Mount Rushmore. Readers learn about the history of the monument and what it represents to different groups of people within the United States. Vivid photographs and easy-to-read text aid comprehension for early readers. Features include a table ...
Mount Rushmore
This book introduces readers to one of the United States' most iconic landmarks: Mount Rushmore. Readers learn about the history of the monument and what it represents to different groups of people within the United States. Vivid photographs and easy-to-read text aid comprehension for early readers. Features include a table of contents, an infographic, fun facts, Making Connections questions, a glossary, and an index. QR Codes in the book give readers access to book-specific resources to further their learning.
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8.350000 USD

Mount Rushmore

by Susan Rose Simms
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This book introduces readers to one of the United States' earliest national symbols: the bald eagle. Readers learn about the history of the bald eagle as a national symbol and what it represents. Vivid photographs and easy-to-read text aid comprehension for early readers. Features include a table of contents, an ...
The Bald Eagle
This book introduces readers to one of the United States' earliest national symbols: the bald eagle. Readers learn about the history of the bald eagle as a national symbol and what it represents. Vivid photographs and easy-to-read text aid comprehension for early readers. Features include a table of contents, an infographic, fun facts, Making Connections questions, a glossary, and an index. QR Codes in the book give readers access to book-specific resources to further their learning.
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8.350000 USD

The Bald Eagle

by Brittany Cesky
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The third installment of the Making of America series, Abraham Lincoln, tells of one of our most beloved presidents. Born in a cabin deep in the backwoods of Kentucky, growing up in a family considered the poorest of the poor, Lincoln rose to become the sixteenth president of the United ...
Abraham Lincoln: The Making of America #3
The third installment of the Making of America series, Abraham Lincoln, tells of one of our most beloved presidents. Born in a cabin deep in the backwoods of Kentucky, growing up in a family considered the poorest of the poor, Lincoln rose to become the sixteenth president of the United States. As president, he guided the United States through the Civil War, helped end slavery in America, and strengthened the federal government. Unlike other biographies, the Making of America series goes beyond individual narratives linking influential figures to create an overarching story of America's growth. The first three books in the series, read together, tell the story of American constitutional history from the founding of the nation through the end of the Civil War. The stories can also be read on their own and are the perfect way to get young readers excited about American history. The book includes selections of Lincoln's writing, a bibliography, and an index.
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22.17 USD

Abraham Lincoln: The Making of America #3

by Teri Kanefield
Hardback
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Needs and Wants introduces readers to the differences between needs and wants. Vivid photographs and easy-to-read text aid comprehension for early readers. Features include a table of contents, an infographic, fun facts, Making Connections questions, a glossary, and an index. QR Codes in the book give readers access to book-specific ...
Needs and Wants
Needs and Wants introduces readers to the differences between needs and wants. Vivid photographs and easy-to-read text aid comprehension for early readers. Features include a table of contents, an infographic, fun facts, Making Connections questions, a glossary, and an index. QR Codes in the book give readers access to book-specific resources to further their learning.
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8.350000 USD

Needs and Wants

by Marne Ventura
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This book introduces readers to the developments behind GPS technology, including the familiar example of driving with GPS. Vivid photographs and easy-to-read text aid comprehension for early readers. Features include a table of contents, an infographic, fun facts, Making Connections questions, a glossary, and an index. QR Codes in the ...
GPS Technology
This book introduces readers to the developments behind GPS technology, including the familiar example of driving with GPS. Vivid photographs and easy-to-read text aid comprehension for early readers. Features include a table of contents, an infographic, fun facts, Making Connections questions, a glossary, and an index. QR Codes in the book give readers access to book-specific resources to further their learning.
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11.95 USD

GPS Technology

by Tammy Gagne
Paperback / softback
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Government and Community introduces readers to the relationship between government and community, including information about how government works, what taxes are for, and why people vote. Vivid photographs and easy-to-read text aid comprehension for early readers. Features include a table of contents, an infographic, fun facts, Making Connections questions, a ...
Government and Community
Government and Community introduces readers to the relationship between government and community, including information about how government works, what taxes are for, and why people vote. Vivid photographs and easy-to-read text aid comprehension for early readers. Features include a table of contents, an infographic, fun facts, Making Connections questions, a glossary, and an index. QR Codes in the book give readers access to book-specific resources to further their learning.
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8.350000 USD

Government and Community

by Marne Ventura
Paperback / softback
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