Bayard learned from an early age how important equal rights were. He knew how to help people work together for equality without violence. He even played an important role in one of the most important Civil Rights events in American history. In this 24-page book from the Leaders Like Us series, you'll meet an important African American leader in civil rights – Bayard Rustin!
Immigrants around the world move to new places seeking peace and opportunity. How can we support them? We can speak out! In Kids Speak Out About Immigration, you'll learn about some incredible kids who had the courage to speak out about the rights of immigrants, and what you can do to join them!
As a child, Henry was curious about his family tree. Who was his great-great-grandfather? Why were some things about his family unknown? Henry interviewed family members and discovered connections. When he grew up, he taught others to do the same! In this 24-page book from the Leaders Like Us series, you'll meet an important leader in the field of genealogy – Henry Louis Gates Jr.!
Pollution. Dirty drinking water. Climate change. What can we do about such big problems? We can speak out! In Kids Speak Out About the Environment, you'll learn about some incredible kids who had the courage to speak out about protecting Earth and its resources, and what you can do to join them!
Some people live with violence and abuse every day. What can we do to help? We can speak out! In Kids Speak Out About Violence, you'll learn about some incredible kids who had the courage to speak out about this issue, and what you can do to join them!
People are treated unfairly for many reasons, including because of their skin color, gender, or gender identity. How can we help stop this inequality? We can speak out! In Kids Speak Out About Inequality, you'll learn about some incredible kids who had the courage to speak up about this important issue, and what you can do to join them!
Bullying hurts people around the world every single day. How can we help stop it? By speaking out! In Kids Speak Out About Bullying, you'll learn about some incredible kids who had the courage to speak out about this issue, and what you can do to join them!
Education helps kids have a bright future. All around the world, there are kids without access to a good education. How can we help? By speaking out! In Kids Speak Out About Education, you'll learn about some incredible kids who have worked to make sure every child has access to a good education, and what you can do to join them!
Beautiful photos and text examines the issues endangered sea turtles face and how they can be saved.
Welcome to your new job! You may not have a real job that pays real money, but right now, school is your job. You have to be there on time every day, come prepared to work, follow directions, and work with other people. This title will allow students to explain how an author uses reasons and evidence to support particular points in a text.
This title explains what an ecosystem is and how the plants and animals within an ecosystem rely on and affect its existence. Different types of ecosystems are described, as well as the food webs within them. The book discusses how some changes to an ecosystem can be good and how some harmful changes can destroy them as well as what an important role students can play in keeping these intricate ecosystems alive.
En el libro se explican las causas principales de extinción de las plantas.
Relive the excitement of the Pony Express through engaging text, detailed illustrations and photos of artifacts.
One girl's journey from wealth to poverty changes her perspective during the Great Depression.
A young Cherokee boy and his family are forced to leave their home when the Indian Removal Act is enforced.
The Bentley family sets off on the Oregon Trail, encountering obstacles along the way, which lead the protagonist to believe she is cursed.
A family's move to the South brings a young African American into the hub of racial inequality.
Historical novel set during Industrial Revolution about child labor at a watch factory.
A young boy meets a runaway slave in this historical novel set during the Civil War.
Remember and her family set sail on the Mayflower to the New World, where they celebrate the first Thanksgiving.
How insects can become a serious problem when introduced to new ecosystems.
A bully makes life awful for Paisley. An unlikely ally helps her build a machine that could shed some light on the bully's behavior.
The Underground Railroad was a system of people who helped slaves escape. People in the Underground Railroad provided food, clothing, transportation, and safe places for fugitive or runaway slaves to stay.
The west coast welcomed thousands of immigrants from Asia who carried with them hopes and dreams of a bright future. Many stayed on the island for weeks or months before moving into California. Why did they have to stay so long? What made them want to come to the United States? Immigrants coming to Angel Island had to have patience as they underwent humiliation and questioning. Learn about the history of Angel Island and the immigrants that passed through by examining photographs, maps, and informational sidebars.
This book explains the construction and significance of Fort Sumter, a national monument and symbol of the Civil War.