Search History Explorer



History Explorer Results (72)
Related Books (18)
Results Per Page
Author:
Cheryl Harness
Reading Level:
Early Elementary School,Late Elementary School
Genre:
Non Fiction
The focus of this book is on American feminists from the pre-Revolutionary War period to the present both well-known and obscure. It is presented in loose chronological order with illustrations and time lines.
Author:
Lulu Delacre
Reading Level:
Late Elementary School,Middle School
Genre:
Fiction
Salsa Stories explores Puerto Rican holidays, with rich descriptions of the culture and traditions of celebrations throughout the year.
Author:
Betsy Hearne
Reading Level:
Pre-School,Early Elementary School
Genre:
Non Fiction
Author Betsy Hearne entertains readers with stories about seven generations of women in her family, from the Revolutionary era to today. In the lives they built and the objects they left behind, the author finds a legacy of strength, courage, and wisdom that spans the link between mothers and dau
Author:
Aya Khalil
Reading Level:
Early Elementary School
Genre:
Fiction
Bilingual:
Yes
Kanzi’s family has moved from Egypt to America, and on her first day in a new school, what she wants more than anything is to fit in. Maybe that’s why she forgets to take the kofta sandwich her mother has made for her lunch, but that backfires when Mama shows up at school with the sandwich. Mama
Author:
Walter Dean Myers
Reading Level:
High School
Genre:
Fiction
Novel traces a family's ongoing quest for equality throughout many generations a societal changes.
Author:
Catherin O'Neill Grace
Reading Level:
Late Elementary School,Middle School
Genre:
Non Fiction
A beautiful book filled with fascinating details and illustrations about our nation's most important residence. The book artfully covers the long history of the White House and offers behind-the-scenes insights into how it lives, breathes, and operates today.
Author:
Hena Khan
Reading Level:
Early Elementary School
Genre:
Fiction
Grandma's hijab clasps under her chin. Auntie pins hers up with a whimsical brooch. Jenna puts a sun hat over hers when she hikes. Iman wears a sports hijab for tae kwon do. As a young girl observes the women in her life and how each covers her hair a different way, she dreams of the possibilities i
Author:
Traci Sorell
Reading Level:
Early Elementary School,Late Elementary School
Genre:
Fiction
Bilingual:
Yes
The Cherokee community is grateful for blessings and challenges that each season brings. This is modern Native American life as told by an enrolled citizen of the Cherokee Nation. The word otsaliheliga (oh-jah-LEE-hay-lee-gah) is used by members of the Cherokee Nation to express gratitude. Beginning
Results Per Page

Filter Resources By: