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The Genius of Islam: How Muslims Made the Modern World

by Bryn Barnard

The Middle Ages were a period of tremendous cultural and scientific advancement in the Islamic Empire—ideas and inventions that shaped our world. 

Did you know that:

• The numbers you use every day (Arabic...


We Love Soccer!

by Peggy Harrison

Five-year-old teammates Megan, Regan, and Camron love soccer! Join them on the field and off for their first exciting season–from the banner day when they get their uniforms; through the practices, drills,...


We Love Baseball!

by Peggy Harrison

It’s springtime, and everyone’s at the ballpark! Join a team of exuberant seven-year-olds on and off the field as they get their uniforms; practice throwing, catching, and batting; learn to work as a team;...


A Boy Named FDR: How Franklin D. Roosevelt Grew Up to Change America

by Kathleen Krull, Steve Johnson & Lou Fancher

Franklin D. Roosevelt was born into one of the wealthiest families in America, yet this ultimate rich kid grew up to do more for ordinary Americans than any other president. This appealing picture book biography...


TY COBB: BAD BOY OF BASEBALL

by Sydelle Kramer

Veteran sports writer S. A. Kramer recounts the on-the-field triumphs and off-the-field troubles of the tormented "Georgia Peach," perhaps the most hated man ever to play baseball.


O is for Oklahoma: Written by Kids for Kids

by Boys & Girls Clubs of Oklahoma County

See-My-State Alphabet Books have a subject related to that specific state for each letter of the alphabet. Children from schools or Boys & Girls Clubs in each state write the rhyming couplet for each subject....


Women Aviators: 26 Stories of Pioneer Flights, Daring Missions, and Record-Setting Journeys

by Karen Bush Gibson

Detailing the role of women in aviation, from the very first days of flight to the present, this rich exploration of the subject profiles 26 women pilots who sought out and met challenges both in the sky and...


The Mayflower People: Triumphs & Tragedies

by Anna W. Hale

A riveting day-by-day account of the Mayflower crossing based on actual journals, public records, and letters.


Wycliffe's Bible

by John Wycliffe & John Purvey

This is a modern-spelling version of the 14th century middle english translation by John Wycliffe and John Purvey, the first complete english vernacular version, with an introduction by Terence P. Noble. Also...


Ecotopia

by Ernest Callenbach

A novel both timely and prophetic, Ernest Callenbach’s Ecotopia is a hopeful antidote to the environmental concerns of today, set in an ecologically sound future society. Hailed by the Los Angeles Times as...


Mozart

by Maynard Solomon

On the occasion of Mozart's two hundred and fiftieth birthday, read Maynard Solomon's Mozart: A Life, universally hailed as the Mozart biography of our time.


Sam Houston: I Am Houston

by Mary Dodson Wade

Sam Houston was one of the most colorful characters in American history. From the time he ran away to join the Cherokee tribe because he didn't want to attend school to the day he freed Texas from Mexican rule...


Stephen F. Austin: The Son Becomes the Father of Texas

by Mary Dodson Wade

Stephen F. Austin is known as the Father of Texas. At the age of twenty-one years, he was elected to the territorial Legislature of Missouri, and served there until 1819, when he moved to Arkansas. While Stephen...


David Crockett: Hero and Legend

by Mary Dodson Wade

Colonel David Stern Crockett was a celebrated 19th-century American folk hero, frontiersman, soldier and politician. He represented Tennessee in the U.S. House of Representatives, served in the Texas Revolution,...


Jane Long: Texas Journey

by Mary Dodson Wade

Jane's father died when she was not yet one, and she lost her mother as a young girl. Orphaned, she went to live with her older sister in Natchez, where she met her husband, physician James Long. Jane followed...


Jane Long: Choosing Texas

by Mary Dodson Wade

Jane Long was a rough-and-tumble lady whose incredible strength and ambition earned her the title of the "Mother of Texas." As an orphan in Natchez, Jane met her husband, physician James Long and went with him...


Sam Houston: Standing Firm

by Mary Dodson Wade

Sam Houston was a big man. He did big things for Texas. From the time he ran away to live with the Cherokee as a boy until he signed the Texas Declaration of Independence and led the Texans to victory at the...


Henrietta King: Loving the Land

by Mary Dodson Wade

The daughter of a Presbyterian minister in Brownsville, Henrietta lived on a houseboat when it was nearly rammed by steamboat captain Richard King. The experienced frontiersman and prim seventeen-year-old schoolteacher...


David Crockett: Creating a Legend

by Mary Dodson Wade

From his humble beginnings in east Tennessee to his valiant stand at the Alamo, this biography introduces young readers to the real person behind the larger-than-life image of Davy Crockett, highlighting the...


Boys of Steel: The Creators of Superman

by Marc Tyler Nobleman & Ross Macdonald

Jerry Siegel and Joe Shuster, two high school misfits in Depression-era Cleveland, were more like Clark Kent--meek, mild, and myopic--than his secret identity, Superman. Both boys escaped into the worlds of...