Kids Nf Biographies
First Lady of the World
A biography emphasizing the early years of Eleanor Roosevelt, who had enormous political influence and won love and respect as America's first lady.
From the Back of the Bus to the Front of a Movement
Takes a close look at Parks' early life, follows her political career after the incident that propelled her to the front of the civil rights movement, and includes an eight-page photo insert which brings the text to life. Original.
Who Was Albert Einstein?
Traces the life and work of the famous physicist, from his childhood in Germany through the development of his theories of relativity to his campaign for peace after World War II.
Vincent Van Gogh
Portrait of an Artist
Profiles the turbulent life of Vincent van Gogh from his birth in the Netherlands, through his attempts to be a clergyman, to his years of painting, and finally, to his death in Auvers-sur-Oise near Paris.
Oh, the Places He Went
A Story About Dr. Seuss-Theodor Seuss Geisel
Recounts the life and career of Theodore Geisel, a cartoonist and writer who became world-famous as an author of children's books under the name "Dr. Seuss."
Poet of the People
Tells of the life of a young poet who traveled around the United States writing down the feelings and thoughts of the people he met along the way and comes complete with the lyrics to "This Land is Your Land."
Susan B. Anthony
Champion of Women's Rights
Focuses on the childhood of a pioneer in the crusade for human rights, particularly those of women.
The Day Martin Luther King Jr. Was Shot
A Photo History of the Civil Rights Movement
Uses drawings and photographs to trace the history of the Civil Rights movement from the American Revolution to the present
A biography of the famous frontiersman and Congressman, focusing on his childhood.
Behind Rebel Lines
The Incredible Story of Emma Edmonds, Civil War Spy
Recounts the story of the Canadian woman who disguised herself as a man and slipped behind Confederate lines to spy for the Union army.