Sadako and the Thousand Paper Cranes is a remarkable and unforgettable story that captures the essence of the human spirit.
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Anne Frank: The Diary of a Young Girl is a powerful and emotional read that urges us never to forget the horrors of war.
Asha and Baz Meet Hedy Lamarr is an enjoyable new addition to the Asha and Baz series with high appeal to readers who love STEM topics such as computer science.
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.
Kathleen Burkinshaw talks about her novel The Last Cherry Blossom—a United Nations Office of Disarmament Affairs Resource for Teachers and Students.
Excellent kids books of women who served the nation in unique ways throughout United States history in the armed services.
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.
Flying Fillies: The Sky’s the Limit is inspirational and informative—perfect for fans of historical fiction and horse lovers alike.
Filled with heartbreakingly detailed memories, Boy from Buchenwald invites readers to vicariously experience Waisman’s own process of healing and moving on.
Saving Dr. Warren… A True Patriot by Jeffery J. McKenna is a historical-fiction novel rips through the pages of history!