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Choosing a Bird: How to Choose and Care for a Bird

by Laura S. Jeffrey

Is a bird the right pet for you? Birds are social, outgoing, and smart. The most popular birds to keep as pets are parakeets, canaries, finches, cockatiels, and parrots. CHOOSING A BIRD will help you decide...


Choosing a Fish: How to Choose and Care for a Fish

by Laura S. Jeffrey

Is a fish the right pet for you? Fish are beautiful to look at and fun to watch. They come in many different shapes, sizes, and colors. Some types of fish are harder to care for than others. CHOOSING A FISH...


Mary McLeod Bethune: Woman of Courage

by Patricia Mckissack & Fredrick Mckissack

After having a book snatched from her little hand, Mary McLeod, the child of former slaves, resolved to learn to read. Many years later, with $1.50 in her pocket, Mary McLeod Bethune set out to make education...


Martin Luther King, Jr.: Civil Rights Leader

by Patricia Mckissack & Fredrick Mckissack

Every school child knows the name of Martin Luther King, Jr., beacon of the civil rights movement. The McKissacks offer an easy-to-read journey through King's life, as he brought people of all races and religions...


Marian Anderson: Amazing Opera Singer

by Patricia Mckissack & Fredrick Mckissack

Marian Anderson, with the power of her magnificent voice, triumphed over the racial barriers of her time. In a career that spanned four decades, she lifted herself out of poverty to become a world-famous singer....


Paul Robeson: A Voice for Change

by Patricia Mckissack & Fredrick Mckissack

Paul Robeson proved his prowess on the football field and excelled in college and law school in an era that offered few opportunities to African Americans. He won international acclaim as a singer and actor,...


Jesse Owens: Legendary Track Star

by Patricia Mckissack & Fredrick Mckissack

"I always loved running," said Jesse Owens, who as a boy could outrun all his playmates. When he competed in the Summer Olympics in Berlin, Germany, people used words like "express" and "comet" to describe him....


Ida B. Wells-Barnett: Fighter for Justice

by Patricia Mckissack & Fredrick Mckissack

Ida B. Wells-Barnett rose from her roots in slavery to become an outspoken voice for her people. She was an important and influential journalist at a time in history when few women had careers. Using the power...


Madam C.J. Walker: Inventor and Millionaire

by Patricia Mckissack & Fredrick Mckissack

"Don't wait for opportunities to come . . . get up and make them!" said Madam C. J. Walker. She rose from laundry woman to become America's first black woman millionaire. Born in poverty, Walker set her sights...


Frederick Douglass: Fighter Against Slavery

by Patricia Mckissack & Fredrick Mckissack

Despite being a slave, Frederick Douglass (1818?-1895) learned to read and write. At age 21, he escaped from slavery and created a new life for himself as a free man. Intelligent and charismatic, Douglass became...


Carter G. Woodson: Black History Pioneer

by Patricia Mckissack & Fredrick Mckissack

Carter G. Woodson, born just ten years after the Civil War ended, grew up in the lingering shadow of slavery. Woodson became a scholar dedicated to learning, teaching, and writing about the history of his people....


Booker T. Washington: African-American Leader

by Patricia Mckissack & Fredrick Mckissack

With skills like farming, carpentry, and sewing, Booker T. Washington believed that blacks could find acceptance in the racist white society of the late 1880s. His school became a leading educator of African...


George Washington Carver: Scientist and Inventor

by Patricia Mckissack & Fredrick Mckissack

George Washington Carver spent his life asking questions and looking for the answers. He gained a reputation as the farmers' best friend after teaching about crop rotation. He told farmers to grow peanuts and...


Why We Won the American Revolution-Through Primary Sources

by Jr. John Micklos

When the Founding Fathers signed the Declaration of Independence on July 4, 1776, it marked the birth of a new nation. But the United States of America was not yet free. A brutal war gripped the nation. The...


The Making of the United States from Thirteen Colonies-Through Primary Sources

by Jr. John Micklos

Winning the American Revolution was just the first step. After defeating Great Britain, the American colonies were united in name only. How would this independent nation be governed? During the summer of 1787,...


Washington's Crossing the Delaware and the Winter at Valley Forge-Through Primary Sources

by Jr. John Micklos

In the winter of 1776, the Americans looked defeated. But General George Washington did not give up. His troops made a daring move, crossing the Delaware River and winning two battles. The next winter, Washington's...


An Overview of the American Revolution-Through Primary Sources

by Jr. John Micklos

Shots rang out. Soldiers fell dead. On April 19, 1775, the bitter conflict that had been brewing between the American colonists and Great Britain ignited on the battlefield. The British king's unfair tax policies...


American Indians and African Americans of the American Revolution-Through Primary Sources

by Jr. John Micklos

When the American Revolution began, thousands of people rushed to join the fight-on both sides. For many, choosing which side to fight for was difficult. Half a million black slaves lived in the thirteen colonies....


The Mighty Atlantic Ocean

by Doreen Gonzales

Earth's second largest ocean, the Atlantic, is home to many different plants and animals. It also has many resources that make many of the things we use every day. Discover the plants and animals that live in,...


The Huge Pacific Ocean

by Doreen Gonzales

The Pacific Ocean covers almost a third of the planet and is home to many different plants and animals. Find out why this ocean is so important to the plants and animals that live there, why it is so important,...