Has Keisha found happiness at last? In her senior year, things are finally looking a little brighter for Keisha. Still haunted by the suicide of her ex-boyfriend, Andy, she finds comfort in the
The poignant story of the man who developed the Braille system of printing for the blind.
Rex's parents are adopting a baby, and Rex doesn't like the idea at all. Suppose her parents are so busy with the new baby they forget about her? So she comes up with
This Level 1 book is appropriate for children who are just beginning to read. Officer Ann Young and her partner drive their police car down the street. A little boy is lost.
The legacy of St. Francis, who taught respect for all living things by helping the outcasts of society and befriending his animal brothers, is portrayed in this informative and artistic text. Illustrations
Richard Wright, African American author of Black Boy and Native Son , grew up in the segregated South of the 1920s. His formal education ended after he completed the ninth grade, but...
Growing up in a small Jamaican town where his father works the docks and his mother does laundry, "Tall T" both fears and loves his father, Brother John, who leaves his six
Born a slave in Maryland, Harriet Tubman knew first-hand what it meant to be someone's property; she was whipped by owners and almost killed by an overseer. It was from other field
It's been said Peter Forsberg has the meanness of Messier, the dirtiness of Linseman, the smarts of Gretzky, and the strength of Trottier--and this lively biography, filled with fantastic photos of the
Kataryna Baliuk, a gifted fine arts student, is hoping to have a fresh start at Cawthra School for the Arts, after a less-than-successful year at the neighbouring Catholic high school. But her
When the train arrived in Cottondale, the summer at Bigmama's house in Florida began. Donald Crews brilliantly evokes the sights, sounds, and emotions of a memorable childhood experience. "A very special book