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Harriet Tubman: Leading Others to Liberty

Torrey Maloof (author)

Publisher: Teacher Created Materials ISBN: 9781480757677

Students will explore the heroic life of Harriet Tubman, the courageous woman who helped free other slaves. With the Harriet Tubman: Leading Others to Liberty e-Book, students will examine her life, from her early days born into slavery to her brave efforts as the first female conductor for the Underground Railroad. Breathe life into the pages of history with primary source documents that offer significant clues on what Harriet Tubman's life must have been like during the 1800s. Authentic artifacts, including maps, government documents, and other primary sources offer an intimate glimpse of life during this era. Students will build content knowledge across geography, history, and other social studies strands, with content that can be leveled for a variety of learning styles, as well as below-level, above-level, and English language learners. This reader contains text features, including captions, bold print, glossary, and index to increase comprehension and academic vocabulary. A "Your Turn!" activity continues to challenge students as they extend their learning. Aligned to McREL, WIDA/TESOL, NCSS/C3 Framework, and other state standards, this text readies students for college and career readiness.

American Indians of the West: Battling the Elements

Katelyn Rice (author)

Publisher: Teacher Created Materials ISBN: 9781480756717

With the Battling the Elements: American Indians of the West e-Book, introduce your students to the diverse lifestyles of West Coast American Indians. Your class will learn about the different tribes in the Southwest, the Great Basin, the Plateau, the Pacific Northwest, and California. This e-Book also looks at other aspects of daily life including tools and building materials used, trade networks, and how life drastically changed for the American Indians once the European settlers arrived. This intriguing nonfiction reader breathes life into early US history with primary source documents that features images of Native American artifacts, maps, and other materials from that era. Build literacy and subject content knowledge with this high-interest e-Book that explores history, geography, and other social studies topics. American Indians of the West: Battling the Elements provides access to every type of learner with appropriately leveled content. The e-Book contains text features such as captions, bold print, glossary, and index to increase understanding and build academic vocabulary. Aligned to McREL, WIDA/TESOL, NCSS/C3 Framework and other state standards, this text readies students for college and career readiness.

Lizzie Johnson: Texan Cowgirl

Heather Schwartz (author)

Publisher: Teacher Created Materials ISBN: 9781433383953

Through hard work and determination, Lizzie Johnson built one of the largest cattle herds in the country, earning her the nickname "Cattle Queen of Texas." This interesting and inspiring biography highlights the life of Lizzie as she made her way to being one of the most famous cattle ranchers of her time. Through the appealing images and fascinating facts, readers will learn about Lizzie's journey across the Chisholm Trail and how she used brush popping to help grow her large cattle herd.

Caddo And Comanche

Sandy Phan (author)

Publisher: Teacher Created Materials ISBN: 9781433383854

The Caddo and Comanche were two of the largest American Indian groups living in Texas before European contact. This nonfiction title explores the history of the Caddo and Comanche, how they adapted to European colonists and American settlers, and the impact they made on Texas history. The Hasinai, Kadohadacho, Natchitoches, Comanche Nation of Oklahoma, and Shoshone are some of the tribes that readers will discover through engaging sidebars and facts, intriguing images, easy-to-read text, and a supportive glossary, index, and table of contents.

Finding Texas

Harriet Isecke (author)

Publisher: Teacher Created Materials ISBN: 9781433383861

In the 1500s European explorers arrived in Texas in search of gold and glory. The Spanish were the first Europeans to arrive. Readers get to discover early Texas history in this fascinating nonfiction book that uses colorful images, intriguing facts, supportive text, and an accommodating glossary, index, and table of contents to introduce readers to various explorers such as Christopher Colombus, Cabeza de Vaca, Francisco Vazquez de Coronado, and La Salle. Children will be excited and engaged as they read through to also learn about the many American Indian tribes of the past. From the Caddo to the Apache, the Comanche to the Karankawa, readers will be captivated from beginning to end.

American Indians In Texas: Conflict and Survival

Sandy Phan (author)

Publisher: Teacher Created Materials ISBN: 9781433383847

Groups of American Indians had been living in the Texas region for thousands of years when American settlers decided to expand westward. This captivating book explores the Texas history and the history of American Indians and how each group found different ways to live on the region they inhabited. Readers will learn about a variety of tribes, including Karankawa tribe, Jumano, Caddo, Lipan Apache, and Shosone and discover how they struggled to survive European colonization, the Indian Removal Act, and American expansion. Other topics include the Dawes Act, Indian Civil Rights Act, and peace treaties. Through plenty of interesting and intriguing facts, engaging sidebars, accommodating glossary and index, and supportive text, readers will be encouraged to learn and explore the history of the Indians of North America.

Hatshepsut: First Female Pharaoh

Shirley Jordan (author)

Publisher: Teacher Created Materials ISBN: 9781433390494

Hatshepsut was a young woman who became the first female pharaoh of Egypt and ruled for about 20 years! Readers will learn about Hatshepsut's amazing life as she made her way from regent to queen of Egypt in this captivating biography. The stunning images, intriguing facts, supportive text, glossary and index combine to create an enlightening and entertaining reading experience as children learn about kings, queens, pharoahs, and other aspects of Egyptian history.

American Indians in the 1800s: Right and Resistance

Katie Blomquist (author)

Publisher: Teacher Created Materials ISBN: 9781480757646

Spark a curiosity for past events with this nonfiction reader focusing on the lives of native people as pioneers began moving westward during the nineteenth century. With the American Indians in the 1800s: Right and Resistance e-Book, students will explore the significant historical events that affected native people, including the Indian Removal Act, the Trail of Tears, the Seminole Wars, Red Cloud's War, the Battle of the Little Bighorn, the Nez Percé War, Wounded Knee, and more. Breathe life into the pages of history with primary source documents that offer significant clues on what life might have been like for American Indians during the 1800s. Authentic artifacts, including maps, government documents, and other primary sources offer an intimate glimpse of what life was like during this era. Students will build content knowledge across geography, history, and other social studies strands, with content that can be leveled for a variety of learning styles, as well as below-level, above-level, and English language learners. This reader contains text features, including captions, bold print, glossary, and index to increase comprehension and academic vocabulary. A "Your Turn!" activity continues to challenge students as they extend their learning. Aligned to McREL, WIDA/TESOL, NCSS/C3 Framework, and other state standards, this text readies students for college and career readiness.

Reconstruction: Freedom Delayed

Torrey Maloof (author)

Publisher: Teacher Created Materials ISBN: 9781480757714

This nonfiction reader e-Book explores the steps the country took towards greater equality after the Civil War. Students will learn more about how many tried to counter racism and injustice, including Freedmen's Bureau, Black Codes, and more. Breathe life into the pages of history with primary source documents that offer significant clues on what life might have been like during the Reconstruction era. Authentic artifacts, including maps, government documents, and other primary sources offer an intimate glimpse of life during the 1800s. Students will build content knowledge across geography, history, and other social studies strands, with content that can be leveled for a variety of learning styles, as well as below-level, above-level, and English language learners. This reader contains text features, including captions, bold print, glossary, and index to increase comprehension and academic vocabulary. A "Your Turn!" activity continues to challenge students as they extend their learning. Aligned to McREL, WIDA/TESOL, NCSS/C3 Framework, and other state standards, this text readies students for college and career readiness.

Phillis Wheatley

Emily R. Smith (author)

Publisher: Teacher Created Materials ISBN: 9781480757776

Introduce your students to the life of Phillis Wheatley, the first African American to have a book published in the United States. Students will explore the author's early years in the colonies where she learned to read and write. This intriguing e-Book breathes life into the pages of history with primary source documents, featuring images of how life was like during America's early years. Build literacy and subject content knowledge with this high-interest book that explores history and other social studies topics. The Phillis Wheatley reader contains text features such as captions, headings, glossary, and index to increase understanding and build academic vocabulary. Aligned to McREL, WIDA/TESOL, NCSS/C3 Framework and other state standards, this text readies students for college and career readiness.

Sitting Bull: Eagles Cannot Be Crows

Jody Jensen Shaffer (author)

Publisher: Teacher Created Materials ISBN: 9781480757653

Students will learn more about the Lakota chief who fought to defend "Lakota virtues" with this intriguing nonfiction reader. With the Sitting Bull: Eagles Cannot Be Crows e-Book, students will examine the life of Sitting Bull, from his early days as Jumping Badger to his leadership during the Battle of Little Bighorn. Breathe life into the pages of history with primary source documents that offer significant clues on what life might be have been like for Plains Indians in the 1800s. Authentic artifacts, including maps, government documents, and other historical sources provide an intimate glimpse of life during this time period, as students build content knowledge across geography, government, history, and other studies strands. The Sitting Bull: Eagles Cannot Be Crows e-Book provides access to every type of learner with content that can be leveled for below-level, above-level, and English language learners. This reader contains text features, including captions, bold print, glossary, and index to increase comprehension and academic vocabulary. A "Your Turn!" activity continues to challenge student as they extend their learning. Aligned to McREL, WIDA/TESOL, NCSS/C3 Framework, and other state standards, this text readies students for college and career readiness.

The Legacy and Legend of Sacagawea

Margaret King (author)

Publisher: Teacher Created Materials ISBN: 9781480757585

With The Legacy and Legend of Sacagawea e-Book, students will explore the life of the American Indian girl who helped Lewis and Clark on their westward expedition. Breathe life into the pages of history with primary source documents that offer significant clues on what Sacagawea's life must have been like during the 1800s. Authentic artifacts, including maps, government documents, and other primary sources offer an intimate glimpse of life during this era of exploration. Students will build content knowledge across geography, history, and other social studies strands, with content that can be leveled for different types of learners, from below-level, above-level, and English language learners. This reader contains text features, including captions, bold print, glossary, and index to increase comprehension and academic vocabulary. A "Your Turn!" activity continues to challenge students as they extend their learning. Aligned to McREL, WIDA/TESOL, NCSS/C3 Framework, and other state standards, this text readies students for college and career readiness.

Benjamin Banneker: Self-Made Man

Jody Jensen Shaffer (author)

Publisher: Teacher Created Materials ISBN: 9781480756847

Explore the life of this self-educated mathematician, scientist, astronomer, and civil rights advocate with the Benjamin Banneker: Self-Made Man e-Book. This informational text profiles the life of the man who worked hard to educate himself and became an almanac writer and land surveyor for the nation's capital. Get your students excited as they explore this nonfiction reader filled with primary source material, offering a historical glimpse of what life was like back then. Build literacy and subject content knowledge with this nonfiction reader that explores US history, geography, and other social studies topics. The Benjamin Banneker: Self-Made Man e-Book provides access to every type of learner with appropriately leveled content. This book contains text features such as captions, bold print, glossary, and index to increase understanding and build academic vocabulary. Aligned to McREL, WIDA/TESOL, NCSS/C3 Framework and other state standards, this text readies students for college and career readiness.

American Indians of the East: Woodland People

Heather E. Schwartz (author)

Publisher: Teacher Created Materials ISBN: 9781480756731

Explore the culture and customs of the Woodland People with the American Indians of the East: Woodland People e-Book. Students will learn about the diverse group of tribes that stretched along the East coast, including the Northeastern and Southeastern regions. This e-Book looks at some of the important aspects of everyday life, including their strong farming culture with the "Three Sisters" crops – corns, beans, and squash. Spark a curiosity with this nonfiction reader filled with primary source material that offers a glimpse on how life was truly like for the Woodland People. Build literacy and subject content knowledge with this high-interest book that explores US history, geography, and other social studies topics. American Indians of the East: Woodland People provides access to every type of learner with appropriately leveled content. The e-Book contains text features such as captions, bold print, glossary, and index to increase understanding and build academic vocabulary. Aligned to McREL, WIDA/TESOL, NCSS/C3 Framework and other state standards, this text readies students for college and career readiness.

Pocahontas: Her Life and Legend

Heather E. Schwartz (author)

Publisher: Teacher Created Materials ISBN: 9781480756748

Take an in-depth peek at the life of legendary Pocahontas , the famous historical figure who helped create peace between the American Indians and European settlers. With the Pocahontas: Her Life and Legend e-Book, students will examine what happened with John Smith and the daughter of Chief Powhatan, as well as Pocahontas' new life in an English village. Bring a greater understanding to historical events with this e-Book filled with primary source documents from this time period. Build literacy and subject content knowledge with this high-interest book that explores US history, geography, and other social studies topics. Pocahontas: Her Life and Legend provides access to every type of learner with appropriately leveled content. The reader contains text features such as captions, bold print, glossary, and index to increase understanding and build academic vocabulary. Aligned to McREL, WIDA/TESOL, NCSS/C3 Framework and other state standards, this text readies students for college and career readiness.

American Indians of the Plains: Surviving the Great Expanse

Jennifer Prior (author)

Publisher: Teacher Created Materials ISBN: 9781480756724

Highlight some of the fascinating aspects of life on the Plains with the American Indians of the Plains: Surviving the Great Expanse e-Book. Students will explore different facets of Plains culture, including the importance of buffalo in everyday life – as their source of food, clothing, homes, weapons, and many other things. This informational text takes a look at some of the distinctive features of the Lakota, Cheyenne, Comanche, Pawnee, Osage, Omaha, and Crow tribes. Ignite a curiosity with this nonfiction reader that breathes life into the pages of history with real-life artifacts from that era. Build literacy and subject content knowledge with this rigorous, high-interest reader that explores US history, geography, and other social studies topics. The American Indians of the Plains: Surviving the Great Expanse e-Book provides access to every type of learner with appropriately leveled content. The e-Book contains text features such as captions, bold print, glossary, and index to increase understanding and build academic vocabulary. Aligned to McREL, WIDA/TESOL, NCSS/C3 Framework and other state standards, this text readies students for college and career readiness.

Langston Hughes: Harlem Renaissance Writer

David H. Anthony (author)

Publisher: Teacher Created Materials ISBN: 9781433397752

Langston Hughes is often thought of as one of the greatest and most influential African American authors. This fascinating and inspiring biography will have readers enthralled by the life of Hughes as they learn how he became known as the voice of the Harlem Renaissance. Featuring lively images, photos, and captivating facts, this book allows readers to gain insight into how the Civil Rights Movement had an effect on Hughes' life and writing as well as important movements in the Harlem Renaissance like jazz, poetry, music, and clubs. The easy-to-read, supportive text works in conjunction with the accessible glossary and index to give readers the tools they may need to better understand the content and vocabulary.

The Fight for Freedom

Melissa Carosella (author)

Publisher: Teacher Created Materials ISBN: 9781433397745

This engaging and enlightening book allows readers to discover the history of slavery in America and the long fight for freedom before and during the Civil War. Readers will gain a better understanding of abolitionists, the fight for equality, the Underground Railroad, and Reconstruction through the stunning images, captivating sidebars and facts, easy-to-read text, accessible glossary, index, and table of contents.

Frederick Douglass

Melissa Carosella (author)

Publisher: Teacher Created Materials ISBN: 9781433397738

Frederick Douglass was born a slave and ended up becoming one of the most famous abolitionists of his time. This inspiring biography teaches readers about Douglass' incredible life. Through captivating images and illustrations and engaging sidebars and facts, readers will learn about the Thirteenth Amendment, the Underground Railroad, and the Emancipation Proclamation as well as people that had major impacts on Douglass' freedom and life, such as Abraham Lincoln, WIlliam Lloyd Garrison, and suffragists. A glossary and index are provided to give readers the tools they may need to better understand the content and vocabulary.

Freedom: Life After Slavery

David H. Anthony (author)

Publisher: Teacher Created Materials ISBN: 9781433397769

In this fascinating title, readers will learn all about life for African Americans in the United States after the abolition of slavery. The stunning photos and images work in conjunction with the engaging facts and sidebars to create a captivating reading experience for children as they discover the great impact that African American contributions to art, music, and literature made on the world we know today as well as important issues like discrimination, segregation, racism, and civil rights. Through the supportive text and accessible glossary and index, readers will be able to navigate their way through the book and better understand the content.

Barack Obama

Blane Conklin (author)

Publisher: Teacher Created Materials ISBN: 9781433397776

This inspiring biography tells about the life of the 44th President of the United States, Barack Obama. Readers will learn about Obama's childhood in Hawaii and Indonesia, his time as president of the Harvard Law Review, his dream of becoming a community organizer, and his journey from State Senator to the very first African American President of the United States. Through lively photos of Obama and his family and interesting facts about his political campaigns and ideas, readers will be inspired and engaged from cover to cover! A glossary and index are featured to aid in better understanding of the content and vocabulary.

African Americans Today

Stephanie Kuligowski (author)

Publisher: Teacher Created Materials ISBN: 9781433397783

African Americans in the United States fought for a long time for equality. This enlightening book details lives of some of the most successful African Americans who have overcome racism and segregation. The vibrant images and stunning facts allow readers to learn about discrimination, Civil Rights, and some of the most notable African American contributions to art, music, and literature--including such people as Oprah Winfrey, Michael Jordan, and Toni Morrison. With easy-to-read text working in conjunction with an accommodating glossary and index, readers will be able to navigate their way through this book and will be engaged and captivated from beginning to end!

Dolley Madison

Melissa Carosella (author)

Publisher: Teacher Created Materials ISBN: 9781433397677

Readers will learn about the interesting and inspiring life of Dolley Madison in this appealing biography. Through plenty of colorful images and stunning facts, readers learn how Dolley survived a yellow fever epidemic and went on to meet James Madison and later became the First Lady of the United States. The supportive text and accessible glossary and index work together to teach readers about some of the important factors of Dolley's life, including her home at Montpelier and the Constitutional Convention. Children will be intrigued as they move from cover to cover.

Still Marching Strong

Melissa Carosella (author)

Publisher: Teacher Created Materials ISBN: 9781433397721

Meet some of the women from the 20th century who continue the legacy of breaking down barriers surrounding women's freedom! Sandra Day O'Connor, Susan G. Komen, Oprah Winfrey, Barbara Walters, Mary Kay Ash, Maya Lin, Elizabeth Dole, and Hillary Rodham Clinton are some of the inspirational women that readers will learn about in this fascinating book. Featuring easy-to-read text working in conjunction with lively images and intriguing facts, readers will learn about women's accomplishments in many different fields, including politics, literature, art, and architecture!

Hillary Rodham Clinton

Melissa Carosella (author)

Publisher: Teacher Created Materials ISBN: 9781433397714

Hillary Rodham Clinton has gone from being a student activist, to the First Lady of the United States, to a state senator, to the Secretary of State of the United States. Her inspiring and impressive life in law and politics is detailed in this fascinating biography. Readers will learn about her role as one of the most influential First Ladies of all time, as Secretary of State, and her plan to give everyone healthcare. This book features vibrant photos and images, intriguing facts, easy-to-read text, and a helpful glossary and index to provide readers with an engaging reading experience that will have them interested from beginning to end.