Provides factual information about the history of the life of a cowboy through the fictional story of Eddie, a young boy who goes to the Bar W Ranch where his Uncle Hank and Uncle Charlie work.
This book provides factual information about bats and follows the fictional story of a little brown bat named Zelda.
Jeremy and his friend, called "Yankee Doodle" because of his love for fancy clothes, learn about the Sons of Liberty and the plans for the Boston Tea Party, in a story with facts on early Boston and the origins of the Revolution.
A young girl chronicles her family's journey west on the Oregon Trail in 1849, describing their lives as part of a wagon train and the hardships they encountered during eight months along the trail.
The story of one ten-year-old boy who sailed with the first three ships to America to build the colonies.
When Matt has to do a science project about recycling, he talks to his neighbor, Mr. Pizooti, an Italian immigrant called the "King of Recycling" because he is always coming up with new ways to reuse discarded objects.
Ben finds himself in charge as record floodwaters destroy Johnstown. This book is about a family who survives the Johnstown flood of 1889.
Ty thought he was aware of all of his food allergies, but after he collapses on the sidewalk due to an allergic reaction, the Koots hope to find the cause of his illness by following food clues.
A boy must find something special to write about for his class project. When he finally learns the history behind his grandfather's stories of WWII, what else will he learn about one of his new classmates?
Determined to identify the large four-legged creature sighted by Abe on a stormy night, the Koots find their first clue to be a hugh paw print.
Megan learns about the life cycle, physical characteristics, and habitat of the whooping crane, and also about the many dangers that are forcing the bird to near-extinction. The book provides factual information about the natural history of the whooping crane through the fictional story of a sixteen-day-old whooping crane chick.
Arriving in Texas on an "orphan train," Hannah Green is taken in by a husband and wife who need help on their ranch, and Hannah begins to learn the skills necessary to be a veterinarian.
After his father becomes injured fighting off a robber, Josh and his family participate in a wild ride for land in the hopes of claiming a homestead and starting a new life - ten-year-old Josh takes his place in the Cherokee Strip Land Rush of 1893.
Sent west on an "orphan train" when their mother can no longer care for them, Emily and her brother, James, are separated in Omaha, but Emily is befriended by a hobo who helps her find her way back to Omaha to look for James.
The Koots try to find answers to unexplained questions about an old car.
When the Koots decide to dig a hole in an abandoned lot big enough to house "The Kooties Club Cave," they are suprised to find an old rusty knife which leads to further excavations to uncover its still hidden victim.
Teenage soldiers Michael and Ralph find a woman's dress in the bushes while serving with the Continental Army and are concerned about spies, but when they and their new comrade, Hugh, face the British they have other worries.
The Koots met on Gabe's front porch. They found out that Mrs. Gomez lost a very old vase, Mrs. Wu is missing a picture and Mrs. Prudy is missing a very old doll. "Wow, three things missing. I think we have a case," Ty said.
The Kooties Club solves a mystery involving the theft of a ring.
When Dog, Mr. Dodge's big cat, starts bringing home gifts resembling animal guts, the Koots set out to find the source of the gooey presents.
To escape his troubled life in 1717 Dublin, Richard Ellis is sent to live with relatives in the American colonies, but once the ship makes landfall in Massachusetts, he is sold as an indentured servant to pay his passage.
The Koots try to discover who is behind the canned laughter that appears every time something goes wrong for one of the boys.
Emma slips away from her parents at the Grand Exhibition of 1893 in Chicago to see Buffalo Bill's Wild West show and Annie Oakley.
During World War II, Jack and his friends believe that his neighbor, Mr. Schmidt, is a German spy.
Brady wants to do something to help the war effort after his brother is killed during the Japanese attach on Pearl Harbor, but he feels pulled in two directions when his friend suspects his new neighbor, whom he has a crush on, of being a Nazi spy.