This series of workbooks, one each for grades K-8 and for one for high school level, are constructed to tackle self-esteem issues that many African American youths face in today's media-driven culture.
Explores the importance of arhcaeology in preserving the past for future generations, how archaeologists do their work, and even how young people can gain hand-ons experience in a real dig. The different
The I Want to Be... series gives young children a realistic insight into the working day of adults. Easy-to-read captions and color photographs of women and men from different cultures help
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
This special picture book offers a window into the African American community of Columbia, South Carolina, during the early twentieth century. While the town is specific, the themes and photographs are universal--weddings
The story of a teenage Mary Magdalene -- here called Miriam -- is finally told....When the world goes dark and her mind explodes within her, Miriam's future is shattered. In ancient Israel
The timeless themes and versatility of folk tales have helped them survive and flourish over centuries, taking on myriad forms-short story, picture book, film, poem, and novel. This book gathers together a
Crafted from the ground up to be a "brief" U.S. History text (rather than a condensed version of a larger text), WE THE PEOPLE tells the story of America through five recurring,
THE MITZVAH GIRL captures the excitement of Purim day as we share in the Megilla reading, preparation of shalach manot, and Shira's love for her special Queen Esther costume and gold crown.
These books focus on individual tribes and nations in North America. Each book paints a realistic picture of life during the time when each culture flourished, including daily routines, family life, and
Timmy, a Douglas fir tree who is smaller than most, is teased regularly by the other trees on Old Mr. Smither's Christmas tree farm. Though he's often told that he has no
"...a warning sounded at the base of his brain. BE ALERT! BE ALERT!" Ben Corbett is desperately struggling to keep his life together. Grades Eleven should be fun for a sixteen-year-old boy.
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