Help your child learn to read with a look at some of the common occupations people hold. This book is at a reading level of 1.2 with a word count of 41.
An engaging look into the wide variety of homes commonly used by different cultures around the world. This book has a reading level of 1.9 and a word count of 294.
Eleanor Roosevelt lived during an exciting time. Women had just gained the right to vote. As a first lady, she made her own agenda and gave her husband, Franklin D. Roosevelt, plenty of advice. She stood up for the weak and advocated for equal rights regardless of gender or skin color.
In 1939, another war that would encompass the world began in Europe. World War II began as a conflict of beliefs concerning government among countries in Europe. The United States stayed on the sidelines, unwilling to become involved in the war until Japan attacked a Pacific Fleet of the United States Navy at Pearl Harbor in Hawaii.
Although slavery was illegal at the beginning of the twentieth century, segregation was prevalent, especially in the South. Through many uprisings, protests, and demonstrations, segregation was finally abolished and civil rights were established for people of varying colors, races, and genders. Today, we celebrate diversity in our nation because of the Civil Rights Movement of the twentieth century.
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Super Smart Information Strategies: Hit the Books provides students with practical information on using print and ebooks. Readers are encouraged to think critically as they conduct research, collaborate with fellow students and present their findings in new and different ways.