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Yo-Yo Ma

release date: Dec 15, 2019
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Yo-Yo Ma
In an era when the music world thought only Westerners could truly understand Western classical music, Chinese-American cellist Yo-Yo Ma broke barriers and defied expectations. Through his musical skill and exceptional passion, he showed that classical music is for everyone. With mentorships and impromptu street concerts, Yo-Yo Ma has headed programs to bring classical music around the world. This biography uses easy-to-read text, vibrant photographs, engaging sidebars, and fun fact boxes to introduce kids to this barrier-breaking icon.

Tennessee

release date: Jul 15, 2015
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Tennessee
This book explores the geography, history, people, government, and economy of the Volunteer State. Lists of key people, places, celebrations, plants and animals, cities, and political figures, plus recipes and craft projects, add to the understanding of the state that has added so much to the musical culture of this country.

How Do Objects Move?

release date: Jul 15, 2018
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How Do Objects Move?
Everything around us is in motion, even if we cannot see the movement. This foundational volume in the How Does It Move? series illuminates the science of movement. With vibrant images, fun activities, and relatable analogies, this book explains the concepts of mass, weight, acceleration, gravity, and friction for an audience of young learners.

Building the Statue of Liberty

release date: Dec 15, 2017
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Building the Statue of Liberty
The Statue of Liberty was a gift from France to the United States. Making and delivering such a large present required special planning and execution. Readers will discover how this iconic structure was built, presented, taken apart, shipped, and then reassembled by mostly immigrant workers who had come to the United States to experience what the statue represented.

Life As a Cowboy in the American West

release date: Dec 15, 2015
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Life As a Cowboy in the American West
Throughout history, many people have served key roles that have helped shape America into the country it is today—explorers, cowboys, soldiers in wartime, spies in the days of the American Revolution, and engineers on the first railroads. This series explores the exciting world and times of men and women engaged in some of the most memorable roles in history. EACH BOOK CONTAINS Each book contains detailed historical information presented in a clear and informative way, vivid color illustrations and photographs depicting the specific roles unique to the book, and multiple sidebars, including a sidebar outlining the person’s daily schedule. CURRICULUM CONNECTIONS -Provides firsthand perspectives on historical eras and people involved in them -Enables students to make connections between text and photographs/illustrations -Introduces readers to new vocabulary through clearly identified glossary terms

Life as a Mississippi Riverboat Captain

release date: Dec 15, 2017
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Life as a Mississippi Riverboat Captain
With the acquisition of new land in the 1800s, there were many opportunities to travel along waterways, such as the Mississippi River. One profession was that of a riverboat captain. Readers learn what it was like to operate the boat, live on the ship, and transport goods and people along one of the United States' main corridors.

Girl about Town

release date: Jun 13, 2017
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Girl about Town
"When fate brings Lulu and Freddie together in 1930s Hollywood, sparks fly--and gunshots follow"--

Life As a Child in a Japanese Internment Camp

release date: Jul 15, 2016
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Life As a Child in a Japanese Internment Camp
World War II was a difficult, frightening time for many people around the globe. In the United States, difficulties arose after the Japanese bombed Pearl Harbor, Hawaii, in December 1941. People became suspicious of Japanese Americans living in the United States. As a result, many Japanese Americans were put into internment camps

Romania

release date: Dec 15, 2019
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Romania
This globe-trekking guide allows young readers to explore this fascinating and often overlooked European country. Best known to many for the region of Transylvania, Romania is a cultural crossroads for Eastern, Central, and Southeastern Europe. Through quick and engaging chapters, kids will discover the unique aspects of Romanian life, including the language, geography, music, festivals, and food. Colorful photographs, cool sidebars, and fun facts will keep students interested as they discover what life is like in Romania today.

Love by the Morning Star

release date: Jan 05, 2016
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Love by the Morning Star
Sent to a grand English country estate on the eve of World War II, Hannah, the half-Jewish daughter of a disgraced relative, and Anna, an ambitious working-class girl, are mixed up by the family, mistakenly putting Hannah to work in the kitchen and welcoming Anna as one of their own. Simultaneous eBook. 15,000 first printing.
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