A lyrical biography of heavyweight boxing great, Joe Louis, illustrated by the award-winning, Kadir Nelson.
An illustrated history of New Jersey’s Meadowlands - 20,000 resilient acres that have played host to the Lenni Lenape, landfills, toxic dumping, retail space, and countless species of wildlife. The Meadowlands are a marvel of resiliency and proof that man and nature can co-exist.
Big Foot, the Loch Ness Monster, giant squids! Are they still with us today? Were they ever with us? Explore some of our most favorite mysterious creatures with author and naturalist, Jim Arnosky.
Much more than a mythology book, the Children’s Book of Mythical Beast and Magical Monsters is divided into three loosely organized sections, Nature and Nation, Magic and Mayhem, and Quests and Battles. Each section contains as many as thirty different entries covering myths and monsters from across the globe and spanning all of recorded history.
An illustrated picture book for older readers, Franklin and Winston recounts the historic visit to the White House by Winston Churchill in late December, following the attack on Pearl Harbor. Together, the two leaders formed the future of the world.
A simple and factual retelling of the events of September 11, 2011, in an illustrated book. Author Don Brown makes history readable and accessible to children in the elementary school grades.
This new book of puzzles and riddles of all varieties, offers something for Mysterious Benedict fans as well as those who are unfamiliar with the books. Fun and challenging!
In a time when women were expected to be at home tending children, Sarah Edmonds made history as a nurse, a soldier and a Civil War spy! Fascinating.
A humorous look at the history of hair by the award-winning author, Kathleen Krull.
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