12 Things to Know about the Mesolithic Age

By Meg Marquardt

In Meg Marquardt's 12 Things to Know about the Mesolithic Era, Marquardt explores this incredible time period with new concepts and terminology of the Paleoindian Period, stunning artwork, the eventual rise of farming, and the use of animals. A time of change opened a new...

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What This Kid Wants Adults To Know About Grief

By Bryce Fields

What This Kid Want Adults To Know About Grief by Bryce A. Fields as told to Bradley Vinson speaks about discussing grief with children in a safe space. The unique views in the book will be useful when it comes to helping grieving young hearts...

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Explore Nigeria

12 Key Facts
By Rosie Nanz

Explore Nigeria: 12 Key Facts by Rosie Nanz is an educational and informative book that tells readers about the history, culture, geography, climate, government, current events, and many other interesting facts about Nigeria. A country on the west coast of Africa and with diverse geography,...

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Harriet Tubman and Her Life

An Interactive Book
By Rich Linville

Harriet Tubman was born into slavery in Dorchester County, Maryland. She was named Araminta Ross and her nickname was Minty. She changed her name to Harriet to honor her mother. When she was five years old, she was hired out to another family to...

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When We Met Neanderthals

coloring book
By Neil Bockoven

When We Met Neanderthals Coloring Book by Neil Bockoven, Ph.D. takes young readers back to Ice Age Europe 45,000 years ago when Moctu and Nuri lived. The Neanderthals were a different type of human that lived in Europe 250,000 years before all of us. Moctu...

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Charles Darwin and the Theory of Natural Selection

an educational graphic novel for kids ages 9+
By Alan J. Hesse

Charles Darwin and the Theory of Natural Selection by Alan J. Hesse is a graphic history or comic book version of how and why Charles Darwin, a devoutly religious man, came up with his theory of how physical and behavioral traits change over time and...

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When We Met Neanderthals

By Neil Bockoven

When We Met Neanderthals is written by Neil Bockoven and illustrated by Vladimir Kirichenko. This book shares the history of the species of humankind during the Stone Age and Ice Age periods. Have you ever wondered how many species of humans there are or were?...

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12 Immigrants Who Made American Medicine Great

By Meg Marquardt

In today's culture, medicine is essential for all human life. Any reader, especially children, will discover a lot about medicine and those that contributed to it in the book 12 Immigrants Who Made American Medicine Great by Meg Marquardt. The immigrants highlighted in this book...

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12 Immigrants Who Made American Science Great

By Tristan Poehlmann

In some ways, we are all considered immigrants. The diversity of unique ideas makes the United States and any country great. In the book, 12 Immigrants Who Made American Science Great by Tristan Poehlmann, the reader learns about the contributions that each of the scientists...

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12 Immigrants Who Made American Entertainment Great

By Brandon Terrell

When you watch movies, TV or listen to the radio, have you ever considered that the entertainers could be immigrants? Why should this interest you? Well, because as a listener or viewer you're more interested in either the message or the entertainment. In the book,...

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