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Original Rude Boy: From Borstal to the Specials: A Life in Crime & Music

by Neville Staple

1979. The dawn of Thatcher’s Britain. It’s a country crippled by strikes, joblessness and economic gloom, divided by race and class - and skanking to a new beat: 2-Tone. The unruly offspring of white boy...


Stones Touring Party: A Journey Through America with the Rolling Stones

by Robert Greenfield

‘A compelling account of the Stones trashing America during 1972… Greenfield was allowed the kind of access journalists can only dream of today’ The Times

The Stones’ 1972 tour of the States was perhaps...


Money: Getting It, Using It, and Avoiding the Traps

by Robin F. Brancato

Money: The Ultimate Teen Guide is a concise, practical, readable overview of the money matters that most concern young adults, such as getting it (allowance, gifts, jobs); using it (saving, investing, giving,...


The Hot Air Balloon Book: Build and Launch Kongming Lanterns, Solar Tetroons, and More

by Clive Catterall

With detailed, step-by-step instructions, this richly illustrated science project book shows how to construct and safely launch homemade balloons. Some designs, including the Solar Tetroon or the Giant Solar...


Uncle John's Infomania Bathroom Reader for Kids Only!

by Bathroom Readers' Institute

Infomania is the compulsive desire to gobble up information, and kids growing up in the information age have it bad. Young infomaniacs are hungry, hungry, hungry for information. Who knows information better...


Cooking Is Cool: Heat-Free Recipes for Kids to Cook

by Marianne E. Dambra

More than fifty recipes that children can help prepare—no stove or oven required!


Biblical References in Shakespeare's Plays

by Naseeb Shaheen

This volume provides a comprehensive survey of the English Bibles of Shakespeare's day, notes their similarities and differences, and indicates which version the playwright knew best. The biblical references...


Profiles #6: Peace Warriors

by Andrea Davis Pinkney

Meet six heroic social activists. The next book in our six-in-one, full-color bio series will focus on Peace Warriors. Featuring men and women who have worked passionately to pioneer peaceful solutions to violent...


Mark Twain and the River

by Sterling North

Tom Sawyer is among the best-known, most-loved characters in American fiction. As everyone remembers, he and Huck Finn camped on an island, got lost in a cave, and visited an old graveyard at midnight. These...


My Sanctuary: A Place I Call Home - Keepers of the Wild

by Doreen Ingram

Synopsis:

Elvis, a maneless African lion, tells the story of his life performing in a big cat show. Kept caged when not performing, Elvis and the other big cats are about to leave their cages to now roam a...


Operation Squad World War Two (English Edition)

by Massimo Torriani

Optimized for tablet for the best digital reading Discover history by playing it. "Operation Squad World War Two" is a wargame for two or more players that lets you simulate battles set in the Second World War...


Babe Ruth

by Wilborn Hampton

Babe Ruth is still regarded as perhaps the greatest baseball player ever to step on a diamond. Born into a poor family in Baltimore, George Herman Ruth Jr. was sent to a Catholic reform school at age seven,...


Thurgood Marshall

by Chris Crowe

Thurgood Marshall changed American history by challenging it. In the first half of the twentieth century, African Americans were often treated as second-class citizens and subject to Jim Crow laws, which promoted...


The Hardest Working Man: How James Brown Saved the Soul of America

by James Sullivan

The untold story of the night a divide nation turned to James Brown-and he delivered hope and calm in the form of an immortal concert

Since James Brown's death in December 2006, the Godfather of Soul has received...


Jeff Corwin: A Wild Life: The Authorized Biography

by Jeff Corwin

A fascinating look at the real Jeff Corwin!

From growing up in an urban community near Boston, to falling in love with snakes, to traveling to exotic places, to becoming a beloved Emmy Award-winning television...


Ultimate Sports

by Donald R. Gallo

A knockout collection of 16 original stories featuring young adults playing basketball and football, running track and cross-country, and training for the triathlon. Challenges abound in water sports, racquetball...


Jim Thorpe: 20th-Century Jock

by Robert Lipsyte & John Hite

A biography of the American Indian known as one of the best all-round athletes in history for his accomplishments as an Olympic medal winner and as an outstanding professional football and baseball player.


Bloody Times: The Funeral of Abraham Lincoln and the Manhunt for Jefferson Davis

by James L. Swanson

New York Times bestselling author ofManhunt James L. Swanson creates anadaptation for young people of his adultbook Bloody Crimes, a suspense-filledthriller that sheds light on two fallen leadersof the North...


Meet Me in St. Louis: The 1904 St. Louis World's Fair

by Robert Jackson

You are holding a ticket to one of the largest and most magnificent celebrations of all time -- the 1904 St. Louis World's Fair!

For seven months nearly twenty million visitors from around the globe flooded the...


Red Scarf Girl: A Memoir of the Cultural Revolution

by Ji-li Jiang

This accessible autobiography is the true story of one girl's determination to hold her family together during one of the most terrifying eras of the twentieth century.

It's 1966, and twelve-year-old Ji-li Jiang...