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Skateboarding

Ray McClellan

Publisher: Bellwether Media Inc. ISBN: 9781600144622

In the 1950s, Californians invented skateboarding so they could surf on land. Roller skate wheels were attached to flat boards. Young readers will learn all about the sport of skateboarding, from the equipment required to its evolution into an extreme sport. Blastoff! Series

I can write a book about History

Bobbie Kalman (author)

Publisher: Crabtree Publishing Company ISBN: 9781427179968

This fascinating book shows children what to include in a book about history. Children are shown how to create a book about an event in history or about social history, such as life in a colonial city or a pioneer village. Suggestions for research include a visit to a nearby historic site, reading stories or watching television shows about children who lived during that time in history, and reading non-fiction books about the subject.

1492, New World Tales

Richard & Judy Dockrey Young (authors)

Publisher: August House ISBN: 9781939160737

A collection of authentic stories from the years around 1492. These tales have been carefully crafted to sound as exciting and mysterious as they were when first told five hundred years ago by sailors around a lantern on a ship, shared by explorers reclining around a campfire, enjoyed by Native Americans in a grass hut, whispered inside a stone palace in the Totonac city of Zempoala, or fondly remembered by an adventurer back home in Europe.

Enchanted Castles

Kate Riggs (author)

Publisher: The Creative Company ISBN: 9781566601900

A primer of the familiar fairy-tale setting of enchanted castles, from what makes them spellbound to who inhabits them, plus famous stories and movies in which they have appeared.