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Celebrate ‘the Fourth’ with this informative look at how the Fourth of July originated. This little book provides a lot of information, beginning at the birth of our nation and ending with a lesson on safe fireworks. Full of color photos and historical data, this book is an excellent… View →


This series of books is delightful and fun to read (or to just look at for the pictures). The set would make a super gift for your favorite teacher! I especially liked the glossary and big, easy-to-read print. These are keepers! View →


Here’s an interesting look at the life and accomplishments of Jeff Gordon, the winner of three NASCAR Winston Cup Series championships. Jeff began racing at the age of five when he got his first go-kart. This book includes a glossary of racing terms and an interesting time-line of Jeff… View →


If you want to entice a young football player (or athlete) to read, this book will probably work. With lots of football statistics, this easy-to-read story chronicles John Elway’s trip to the Super Bowl and stardom. ‘Jocks’ (and fans) of all ages will enjoy this one. Good gift idea. View →


This appealing series features brilliant close-up full-page photographs and large easy-to-read text. Each title includes a table of contents, glossary and an index. Animals lovers will enjoy collecting this handsome series. View →


Young children are often fascinated by emergency vehicles. With bright photographs and simple explanatory sentences, this series offers a meticulous examination of rescue machines. The sections ‘Climb Aboard’ and ‘Up Close,’ plus a glossary offer more detailed information for the curious… View →


I loved this timely, interesting, and informative series. The books are great for gifts or for classroom use. View →


Here’s everything you need to know about a great American holiday without a lot of extra details. The color close-up photos of the turkeys are delightful! Lots of helpful information and new vocabulary make this book a wonderful addition to any library. View →


Beginning readers will surely be attracted to this series by the colorful photographs illustrating the text and by the empowering thrill of starting to read. Children are introduced to one new sound for each book (short a, long e, th, etc.). Using the simple text, context clues, the… View →


Each volume in this series uses what, why, and how questions to explore the wonders of each animal behavior or characteristic. A brief explanation of the topic begins each title, followed by examples drawn from a variety of animals. The large, colorful photographs provide excellent visual… View →


This colorful, well-designed series poses common questions about the topic, and then offers answers in clear, simple text. The scientific reasons for the phenomena and real-life examples give the reader ample information without being overly technical. Each question and answer is… View →


School Library Journal (Elaine Lesh Morgan)

Maupin discusses the life of Banneker from his birth in 1731 to his death in 1806. She relates incidents from his childhood and describes his many achievements as a scientist, architect, mathematician, astronomer, and promoter of human equality. Andrea Pinkney’s picture book, Dear Benjamin… View →