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Auschwitz: Voices From the Death Camp

by James Deem

"Yet, my little Diary, I don't want to die, I still want to live . . . " Éva Heyman, a thirteen-year-old Jewish girl, wrote these words in her last diary entry in the spring of 1944. Soon after, she was deported...


Elly: My True Story of the Holocaust

by Elly Gross

Told in short, gripping chapters, this is an unforgettable true story of survival. The author was featured in Steven Spielberg's Survivors of the Shoah Visual History Foundation. At just 15, her mother, and...


Heroes of Olympus

by Philip Freeman, Drew Willis & Laurie Calkhoven

Accessible, fast-paced retellings of the most important classical Greek and Roman myths, adapted for middle graders.

Ancient myths continue to have modern relevance—for thousands of years they have been the...


Discovery in the Cave

by Mark Dubowski & Bryn Barnard

This amazing true adventure story about the discovery of the Lascaux Cave will have young readers feeling that they've discovered something pretty special, too!

 

In 1940, four teenage boys and a dog dropped...


101 Amazing Facts about Queen Victoria

by Jack Goldstein

Did you know that Queen Victoria could speak five different languages? Or that her closest childhood friend was a King Charles spaniel by the name of Dash? What did she ask staff to do instead of knocking on...


All about: Venturesome Vikings

by P S Quick

This book, filled with amazing facts and photographs, describes what life was like for the Vikings. It gives an in-depth account of all aspects of life and people of the time - including sections about Food,...


The Family Romanov: Murder, Rebellion, and the Fall of Imperial Russia

by Candace Fleming

"Marrying the intimate family portrait of Heiligman’s Charles and Emma with the politics and intrigue of Sheinkin’s Bomb, Fleming has outdone herself with this riveting work of narrative nonfiction that...


What Was Pompeii?

by Jim O'Connor, Fred Harper & John Hinderliter

The morning of August 24, AD 79, seemed like any other in the Roman city of Pompeii. So no one was prepared when the nearby volcano Mount Vesuvius suddenly erupted, spouting ash that buried the city and its...


Beauty Poetry: "She Walks in Beauty"

by Sheila Griffin Llanas

What is beauty? Can it only be viewed in physical form, or can it be something deeper-an idea or feeling? Perhaps there is no better way to explore these questions of beauty than through poetry. Author Sheila...


Nature Poetry: "Make Me a Picture of the Sun"

by Sheila Griffin Llanas

Nature poetry discovers the deep connection between humanity and nature. Beyond describing the wild beauty found in nature, the poetry discusses nature's impact on humans and people's impact on nature. Author...


Death Poetry: "Death, Be Not Proud"

by Stephanie Buckwalter

Is death the end-or a new beginning? Should it be feared-or embraced? Or is it simply a ceasing to exist? What better way to examine this great unknown than through poetry. Author Stephanie Buckwalter explores...


Love Poetry: "How Do I Love Thee?"

by Paula Johanson

Humans express love in countless ways-through physical actions, emotional reactions, or heartfelt words. Capturing the perfect words to show a person's love can be challenging, yet poets have done it for hundreds...


Unsinkable!: The TITANIC Shipwreck

by Michael D. Cole

The TITANIC was the largest ocean liner ever built. Shipbuilders hailed its state-of-the-art design. First-class passengers enjoyed extravagant luxuries onboard. But on April 15, 1912, five days after departing...


Spy Codes and Ciphers

by Susan K. Mitchell

Can flashing lights send out a secret message? Did a famous spy use sketches of butterflies to hide messages? Can a digital photo hide a secret code? For centuries, spies have used many different ways to pass...


Spies, Double Agents, and Traitors

by Susan K. Mitchell

Imagine going on dangerous missions like James Bond? Well, real-life spies risk their lives everyday. They will do almost anything to get the job done. But not all spies are heroes. Double agents will even betray...


Spies and Lies-Famous and Infamous Spies

by Susan K. Mitchell

Did a family of four, including a six-year-old boy, spy on the U.S. military at Pearl Harbor during World War II? Is it possible that pigeons and mice could be used as spies? Some of the most famous and infamous...


Failed Hope: The Story of the Lost Peace

by John Wilson

Failed Hope is a compelling guide for young readers. Beginning with the Treaty of Versailles, the book follows a turbulent era, ending with the outbreak of the Second World War. It links with Desperate Glory...


Under a Red Sky

by Haya Leah Molnar

Eva Zimmermann is eight years old, and she has just discovered she is Jewish. Such is the life of an only child living in postwar Bucharest, a city that is changing in ever more frightening ways. Eva’s family,...


World War II in Europe: From Normandy to Berlin

by R. Conrad Stein

Adolf Hitler, leader of Nazi Germany, ordered his army to invade Poland on September 1, 1939, igniting World War II in Europe. This bloody conflict ravaged Europe and millions of people died. Generals Dwight...


World War I: From the LUSITANIA to Versailles

by Zachary Kent

The assassination of Archduke Franz Ferdinand in 1914 ignited a bloody conflict among Europe's most powerful nations. As leaders in Europe bullied each other toward war, they had no idea that this war would...