Susan B. Anthony rejected the idea that women were not equal to men and fought for women's rights and women's suffrage. She was often ridiculed for her unorthodox manner and dress, but she remained steadfast in her beliefs. Readers will make both language arts and social studies connections through related vocabulary.
This book provides a biography of the life of America's first president, George Washington, including his farming childhood, role in the militia during the Revolution, and his position as President of the United States.
Featuring a biography of the civil rights activist, Martin Luther King, Jr., this book describes his segregated childhood and the influence that the Baptist church had on his life. Readers will discover the resilience of King's resolve to perpetuate the idea that â€œall men are created equalâ€ and make both language arts and social studies connections with related vocabulary.
Follow the life and nonviolent work of Mohandas Gandhi through his childhood in India, his education in Great Britain, and his work leading peace and equality movements in South Africa and India. This book provides significant social studies connections as well as vocabulary related to Gandhi.
Welcome to the exciting world of television! Follow Kevin Faibish, a news camera operator, as he films the news on location at a soccer tournament and in the studio. Kevin also introduces young readers to the tools of his trade.
Readers get a behind-the-scenes look at photographer Marc Crabtree as he introduces young readers to the exciting world of photography. Young readers will enjoy learning about the different tools and equipment Marc uses in his studio.
By speaking boldly, Abraham Lincoln earned the nickname â€œHonest Abe.â€ Young readers will learn how Abraham Lincoln used honesty to lead a country divided over slavery. Blastoff! Series