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Describes the efforts to help immigrants in the United States, including the establishment of settlement houses and the role of wo...men in social reform, during the Progressive Era. read more
Young readers can explore emotions with a friendly giraffe.
Examines atoms and the states of matter, including what some scientists call the fourth state of matter, plasma.
Book by Hoffman, Mary Ann
Explores the geology, biology, and history of a large group of islands off the coast of Ecuador in the Pacific Ocean, where some v...ery unusual animals and land formations exist. read more
Big business in the mid-1800s worked to eliminate competition by purchasing smaller businesses or undercutting their prices. They ...created trusts, or groups of businesses under one giant merging corporation, affecting both small businesses and farmers. As this book effectively addresses, there were calls for business reform by the 1890s. Laws like the Sherman Antitrust Act sought to redress the problems of big business, but it was through the efforts of President Theodore Roosevelt that the federal government went after these trusts; those actions earned Roosevelt the reputation as a trust buster. read more
Discusses the emotions, stresses, and adjustments connected with an unplanned teenage pregnancy.
In graphic novel format, presents the Aztec tale of how warring gods Quetzalcoatl and Tezcatlipoca helped to form the Earth when t...hey joined together to conquer the goddess Tlatecuhtli. read more
Provides instructions for making eight origami cards for a variety of holidays and occasions.
The timelines in this series provide an important learning tool that allows the reader to quickly grasp the key points and highlig...hts from each historic event. Each book follows some aspect of America's progression as a county through such topics as the slave trade, Congress, the life of Thomas Jefferson, and the history of the White House. The timelines pinpoint crucial events and facts from each book, and the narrative text provides the historical context for each subject. Each book in the series includes a phonetic glossary and is written in easy-to-read language that will give readers of all levels a comprehensive and informative look at the story of America. read more
Simple text and photograph illustrations introduce young readers to the spots and stripes of different animals.
Explores the history of the Monroe Doctrine, which grew from President Monroe's 1823 speech to Congress into a lasting policy on h...ow the United States should behave toward European nations. read more
Discusses the first challenge to the new federal government of the United States, which began in 1794 when citizens of western Pen...nsylvania took up arms to fight against a new federal excise tax on whiskey. read more
Discusses the causes of the speech disorder, stuttering, explains how to cope in situations with family and friends as well as at ...school, and tells where to get help read more
In graphic novel format, presents three mythological tales from the Aztec and Mayan peoples.
Cutting-edge scientific breakthroughs in treating hemophilia, including gene therapy and recombinant DNA technology, are described.... Symptoms of the disease are also detailed, providing a clear picture of what it is like to live with this royal disease. read more
Describes the different types of power found in nature, including photosynthesis, fossil fuels, and momentum.
In graphic novel format, describes the encounters of people with lake monsters, from the Loch Ness monster in Scotland to those in... lakes Erie and Champlain in the United States. read more