A Long Walk to Water profoundly impacts the reader, highlighting the importance of empathy and making a difference in the world.
Browsing: Historical Fiction
The Watsons Go to Birmingham, 1963, is a true gem in literature, with its themes and messages inspiring future generations.
Come on now; it’s time to go crazy over One Crazy Summer—an excellent and moving book punctuated with humor in all the right places.
Number the Stars won the 1990 Newbery Medal. Lois Lowry is the author of over forty books for young adults, for which she has won many awards.
Author Mildred D. Taylor won the Coretta Scott King Award and a Newbery Medal for Roll of Thunder, Hear Me Cry—plus too many more awards to list here.
Kathleen Burkinshaw talks about her novel The Last Cherry Blossom—a United Nations Office of Disarmament Affairs Resource for Teachers and Students.
If compassion, empathy, and diversity are essential conversation topics for you, join us on this virtual book tour for The Crystal Beads, Lalka’s Journey!
Pat Black-Gould’s The Crystal Beads is a thought-provoking exploration of love and hatred told through a deceptively simple story.
Flying Fillies: The Sky’s the Limit is inspirational and informative—perfect for fans of historical fiction and horse lovers alike.
Asha and Baz Meet Mary Sherman Morgan, Caroline Fernandez, is a fun, informative, and accessible way to explore history and science.