Children's History
The 50 States Fun Facts: Includes a Puzzle Map of the U.S.A.!
The 50 States Fun Facts
Includes a Puzzle Map of the U.S.A.!
Hardcover      ISBN: 1847808697
Pack your bags and take the journey of a lifetime with this puzzle book packed with maps, wildlife, people, and places unique to the 50 states. As a holiday companion title to The 50 States, spreads are thematically ordered by subject, featuring 50 Animals, 50 Things that Go, 50 People, 50 Places, 50 Festivals and Cultural events, plus a make-your-own puzzle of the 50 states on the final spread.
50 Things You Should Know About the Vietnam War
50 Things You Should Know About the Vietnam War
Paperback      ISBN: 1609929616
This new title from the 50 Things You Should Know About series is packed full of infographics, illustrations, maps, and color photographs from the period. Not only identifying major political and military figures from both sides of the conflict with the 'Who's Who' pages, this title also documents the significance of medical workers, protesters, and civilians caught in the crossfire. Photos of memorabilia, such as patches, pins, and bracelets, add a personal aspect to the war.
50 Things You Should Know About Titanic
50 Things You Should Know About Titanic
Paperback      ISBN: 168297023x
Presents facts on the 1912 sinking of the Titanic, including details on the ship's construction, victims, and survivors.
50 Unbelievable Women and Their Fascinating and True! Stories
50 Unbelievable Women and Their Fascinating and True! Stories
Paperback      ISBN: 0147518121
Presents a compilation of short biographies profiling some of the most extraordinary women from history, including athletes, comedians, television personalities, world leaders, political figures, and activists.
882 1/2 Amazing Answers to Your Questions About the Titanic
882 1/2 Amazing Answers to Your Questions About the Titanic
Paperback      ISBN: 0439042968
An informative volume fashioned in a question-and-answer format presents information about the building, passengers, launching, sailing, sinking, and rediscovery of the Titanic and includes illustrations, archival images, and step-by-step diagrams. Reprint.
A Is for Abigail: An Almanac of Amazing American Women
A Is for Abigail
An Almanac of Amazing American Women
School & Library      ISBN: 0689858191
Each letter of the alphabet is represented by an important woman in the history of the United States, as well as others in her same field of accomplishment.
Aaron and Alexander: The Most Famous Duel in American History
Aaron and Alexander
The Most Famous Duel in American History
School & Library      ISBN: 159643998x
A picture book rendering of the most famous duel in American history explains how political differences between Aaron Burr and Alexander Hamilton escalated their Revolutionary War-era rivalry and culminated in tragedy. By the creator of The Great American Dust Bowl.
Abe's Honest Words: The Life of Abraham Lincoln
Abe's Honest Words
The Life of Abraham Lincoln
School & Library      ISBN: 1423104080
Describes the life of our sixteenth president, a self-taught man whose compassion and honesty gradually earned him the trust of many Americans and eventually a seat in the highest office of the United States. By the author of Martin's Big Words. 65,000 first printing.
Abigail Adams: Girl of Colonial Days
Abigail Adams
Girl of Colonial Days
Paperback      ISBN: 0689716575
A biography focusing on the early years of the parson's daughter who became the wife of our second president
Abraham Lincoln
Abraham Lincoln
Paperback      ISBN: 1481425056
Explore the childhood of legendary US President Abraham Lincoln, whose legacy as a Civil War leader and lover of freedom makes him an unforgettable all-star in American history. Abraham Lincoln received less than two years of formal education, but he had a passion for knowledge: he would walk for miles to borrow a book and eventually taught himself to become a lawyer. His legal career lead to a term in the US House of Representatives, and he was later selected as the Republican presidential candidate in 1860 and elected president. Shortly after his inauguration, the Civil War broke out, and for the rest of his life, Lincoln served as a wartime president, achieving the hugely challenging task of keeping the Union together until the Confederate surrender in April of 1865. Weeks later Lincoln was assassinated, but his legacy lives on. From his humble beginnings in a Kentucky log cabin to his stepmother’s encouragement of education, the details of Abraham Lincoln’s childhood are revealed in this narrative biography about the events and influences that made him into the exceptional American leader he became.