Set in the golden age of classic Hollywood, Harvey’s Dressing Up the Stars tells the true story of one of the women who helped make the magic happen.
The Girl Who Could Fix Anything combines biography and science history to tell the fascinating story of one of the pioneers of the engineering field.
The Wright Engineers: Inventing the Airplane is an insightful and educational book written to appeal to any middle-grade (or above) reader.
More than just biographies, these picture books reinforce the idea that you don’t need to start out great to become outstanding.
The Kitchen Pantry Scientist: Biology for Kids is fun, engaging, and well-organized to balance fact learning with experimental discovery.
Evocative of a cross between a DK history book and a Where’s Waldo activity book, Ancient World Magnified is packed full of fascinating details.
In anticipation of Women’s History Month in March, here are some recent picture books about revolutionary women to inspire the future and encourage young readers to see possibility.
The time for boring history lessons is at an end! In the Quick Histories series from Quarto Publishing, discover thousands of years of history.
Join us on this virtual book tour for Finding Family Treasure by award-winning authors K. I. Knight (also a genetic genealogist) and Jane R. Wood!
Takayo Akiyama’s energetic, cartoon-style illustrations make So You Want to Be a Knight? an enjoyable deep-dive into some of the coolest history out there.