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Cities of Gold: A Journey Across the American Southwest

by Douglas Preston & Walter W. Nelson

This new ebook edition of Cities of Gold includes for very first time over 100 never-before-published photographs taken during the author’s epic, thousand mile horseback journey across Arizona and New Mexico....


Bold Women in Colorado History

by Phyllis J. Perry

Bold Women in Colorado History shares the stories of ten Centennial State women, among them Clara Brown, a former slave who ventured west and remade herself into a respected entrepreneur; Chipeta, a Kiowa Apache...


America's Tea Parties

by Marissa Moss

America’s Tea Parties: Not One But Four! is the first nonfiction picture book to ever share that New York, Philadelphia, and Charleston each had their own tea party that took place around the same time as...


Alamo All-Stars (Nathan Hale's Hazardous Tales #6)

by Nathan Hale

From Nathan Hale, #1 New York Times bestselling author and Texas Bluebonnet Award Master List maker, comes the definitive graphic novel about the Alamo.

 

Hale relays the facts, politics, military actions,...


STORIES OF GEORGIA (USA) - 27 illustrated stories

by Joel Chandler Harris

From the storyteller behind the Uncle Remus stories comes a young person's history of Georgia. Herein are 27 stories about prominent people and events in the History of the State of Georgia which stretch from...


The Beast of Rickards Road and the Ghost of Payne Road

by Lee King

The Beast of Rickards Road appeared out of the darkness one October night and terrorized the small community of Walkertown, NC. Is it a hoax perpetrated by a person wearing a dark suite or a demon with supernatural...


Going to Court

by Ursula Furi-Perry

Going to Court provides a younger generation with an in-depth look at the processes of the U.S. Justice System. This middle grade textbook is a user-friendly, kid-friendly version of a law book to understand...


Witches: The Absolutely True Tale of Disaster in Salem (History (US))

by Rosalyn Schanzer & National Geographic Kids

Tackling the same twisted subject as Stacy Schiff's much-lauded book The Witches: Salem, 1692, this Sibert Honor book for young readers features unique scratchboard illustrations, chilling primary source material,...


Allagash River Towboat

by Jack Schneider

Back in the days of the lumberjack and river drive, supplies and equipment were moved up Maine's most remote river by towboats - large, wooden barge-like vessels - which were towed upriver by horses or oxen...


Daughters of Two Nations

by Peggy Caravantes & Carolyn D Flores

Daughters of Two Nations tells the life stories of nine Native American women who brought change and unity to two cultures historically at odds. These short but well-researched biographies describe the hardships...


Pirates of the Carolinas for Kids

by Terrance Zepke

From Blackbeard to female pirates Anne Bonny and Mary Read, the stories behind some infamous buccaneers and their way of life are revealed. Learn why they became pirates and how they found their treasure. See...


Everglades: An Ecosystem Facing Choices and Challenges

by Anne Ake

An engaging look at the Everglades, its history, its plants and animals, and the challenges scientists trying to save the River of Grass face today.


My Florida Facts

by Annie P. Johnson, Russell W. Johnson & Michael Swing

In which year did Florida become a state? Can you name the states that border Florida? Do you know how many counties are in Florida? How do you make a Key lime pie?

These and many other facts are revealed in...


Ice Age Giants of the South

by Judy Cutchins & Ginny Johnston

The bones of extinct giants such as mammoths, mastodons, giant ground sloths, and saber-toothed cats have been found across the southern United States. These fossils help scientists understand what life was...


America's Real First Thanksgiving: St. Augustine, Florida, September 8, 1565

by Robyn Gioia

When most Americans think of the first Thanksgiving, they think of the Pilgrims and the Indians in New England in 1621. But fifty-six years before the Pilgrims celebrated, Spanish explorer Pedro Menendez arrived...