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Fossils And History : Paleontology for Kids (First Grade Science Workbook Series): Prehistoric Creatures Encyclopedia

by Baby Professor

What are fossils and what clues do they hold of the past? Teach your children the basics of paleontology in a fun and engaging manner. You want them to fall in love with the subject to encourage active learning....


Anca's Story - 70th Anniversary End of WWII, 70th Anniversary Liberation of Auschwitz

by Mark Williams

Three young children smuggle themselves into Auschwitz in search for their mothers. * "Probably the most powerful ending to a book I have ever read.” * “I haven't been so emotionally affected by a book before...


A School for Unusual Girls

Stranje House #1

by Kathleen Baldwin

A School for Unusual Girls is the first captivating installment in the Stranje House series for young adults by award-winning author Kathleen Baldwin. #1 New York Times bestselling author Meg Cabot calls this...


Milan for kids

by Altan

Follow Pimpa through the streets of Milan. Toghether with her friens she'll accompany you in discovering the city and its wonders: the church of Sant'Ambrogio, the Navigli district, the secrets of Duomo... In...


Through Flood & Fire: A Second Barr Colony Adventure

by Anne Patton

Based on a true story, the sequel to Full Steam to Canada follows Dorothy Bolton as she discovers the true strength of community as a settler on the plains.


Piau's Potato Present

by Diane Carmel Léger

Did a gift of potatoes in 1768 lead to a popular dish enjoyed by Acadians today? Christian Treitz, the youngest son in a German family immigrated to the Monckton Township, learns that the trauma of the Acadian...


Madame Tussaud's Apprentice: An Untold Story of Love in the French Revolution

by Kathleen Benner Duble

In 1789, with the starving French people on the brink of revolution, orphaned Celie Rosseau, an amazing artist and a very clever thief, runs wild with her protector, Algernon, trying to join the idealistic freedom...


Copper Magic

by Julia Mary Gibson

Debut author Julia Mary Gibson explores turn-of-the-century Native American culture, ecology, and conservation, in her historical fiction novel, Copper Magic.

The year is 1906, and on the shores of Lake Michigan...


The Red Badge Of Courage

by Stephen Crane

This is the extended annotated edition including a rare and extensive biographical essay on the author, his life and works. Mr. Stephen Crane's picture of the effect of actual fighting on a raw regiment is simply...


See you soon Caroline!

by Bernard S Wilson

"See you soon Caroline!" A young English girl, exploring her family history as part of a homework assignment, stumbles across an episode in the life of her family which takes her to the remains of internment...


The Prince And The Pauper

by Mark Twain

This classic of American fiction belongs on every virtual bookshelf. It is a charming romance of the life and times of Edward VI., the boy king of England, and is considered by many to be Mark Twain's best work....


Kidnapped

by Robert Louis Stevenson

This is the extended annotated edition including a detailed biographical primer on the life and works of the author. In writing this, his third, book for boys, Stevenson turned from scenes and characters of...


The Black Arrow—A Tale Of The Two Roses

by Robert Louis Stevenson

This is the fully illustrated and extended annotated edition including a detailed biographical primer on the life and works of the author. The publishers of ' Young Folks ' having asked for a successor to Treasure...


1870: Not With Our Blood

by Elizabeth Massie

America as seen through the eyes of its young founders.

Seventeen-year-old Patrick O'Neall dreams of going to college one day and becoming a famous writer--until news arrives of his father's death in a place...


1863: A House Divided

by Elizabeth Massie

America as seen through the eyes of its young founders.

By April 1863 the Civil War has been raging for two years. On their sleepy farm in Gettysburg, sixteen-year-old twins Susanne and Stephen are alarmed by...


1776: Son of Liberty

by Elizabeth Massie

"We hold these truths to be self-evident, that all men are created equal…" On his farm in Maryland, sixteen-year-old Caleb Jacobson hears rumors of an armed rebellioni of the Massachusetts colonists against...


1609: Winter of the Dead

by Elizabeth Massie

America comes of age--as seen through the eyes of its young founders

Nat and Richard are two orphaned thieves on the streets of London. When John Smith offers them passage as laborers on a merchant ship bound...


The Adventures of Radisson 1

by Martin Fournier & Peter McCambridge

Spring 1651: a young man from Paris lands in Trois-Rivières on the St. Lawrence River. Within weeks, the course of his life changes drastically when Iroquois braves capture him. Pierre-Esprit Radisson, then...


Growing Up Ivy

by Peggy Dymond Leavey

Ivy Chalmers has never met her father, until she is sent to live with her paternal grandmother and Ivy's father, Alva, arrives unexpectedly. Alva takes Ivy with him for the summer, wandering the countryside...


Broken Bones: A Peggy Henderson Adventure

by Gina McMurchy-Barber

A vandalized burial in a pioneer cemetery brings 12-year-old Peggy and her archaeologist friend Eddy to Golden, British Columbia, to excavate. When Eddy discovers the vertebrae at the base of the skull are crushed,...