Through his fireside chats, Franklin D. Roosevelt changed the way the President interacted with his fellow Americans.
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Readers will be amazed by his courage and his insight in developing Social Security and other innovative programs that still exist today. Meet Eleanor Roosevelt, one of America's most powerful first ladies. Learn about her youth and her career helping those less fortunate, as well as her leadership during the Second World War and in the creation of the United Nations. A brief biography of Frankin Delano Roosevelt introduces a detailed description of each room of his memorial in Washington, D.
The book also includes a map, timeline, and many photographs of the memorial. First-time author De Young uses her own family history to create a Depression-era story about first-generation Italian-Americans living in Johnstown, Pa. Eleven-year-old Margo Bandini, her parents and young brother, Charlie, face losing their house if they do not find a way to pay back the bank loan used to cover hospital expenses for Charlie's emergency leg operation. In a letter, Margo appeals to Eleanor "Everywhere" Roosevelt, the person she admires most, for help This rocket-paced follow-up to the Newbery Medal—winning novel Dead End in Norvelt opens deep in the shadow of the Cuban missile crisis.
But instead of Russian warheads, other kinds of trouble are raining down on young Jack Gantos and his utopian town of Norvelt in western Pennsylvania. After an explosion, a new crime by an old murderer, and the sad passing of the town's founder, twelve-year-old Jack will soon find himself launched on a mission that takes him hundreds of miles away to places including Hyde Park, NY, escorting his slightly mental elderly mentor, Miss Volker, on her relentless pursuit of the oddest of outlaws and her determination to pay her respects to Eleanor Roosevelt.
Together, a young boy and his abuelo gaucho cowboy grandfather go camping, ride horses, and even confront a mountain lion in a setting inspired by the plains of Argentina.
Soon, the boy's family moves to the city from the country, away from Abuelo, and it is the boy's memories that help him adjust to his new life. Sonia has now published a Young Adult version of the compelling and gritty book adapted for readers 12 and older. Illustrated by ten talented children's book artists, this collection celebrates in words both Spanish and English and images what America is all about: diversity.
Young children are led through a land of opposites, where they learn how to differentiate between high and low, wet and dry, and rough and smooth. Including a dash of purple mountain majesties, cupfuls of courage, and a pinch of liberty, this beautifully illustrated combination of ingredients yields an irresistible treat that promises plenty of servings for children everywhere.
Pat Mora and her daughter share the story of Pat's beloved aunt, Lobo, who is from Mexico but who has lived in the United States for many years. She wants to become a U. Young Libby is also learning the Pledge this week, at school — at the end of the week, she will stand up in front of everyone and lead the class in the Pledge. Libby and Lobo practice together, asking questions and sharing stories and memories until they both stand tall and proud, with their hands over their hearts.
Dini and Maddie, very best friends, are back in the same country at the same time! Better still, Dolly Singh, the starriest star in all of Bollywood, is in America too. Life seems perfect to Dini — but why can't she untie the knot in her stomach? Because so much can go wrong when a big star like Dolly is in town. This sequel to The Grand Plan to Fix Everything will have fans cheering for Dini's ability to save the day once again!
If it is just a few days until your birthday, and your mother says you can invite anyone you like to come over to play, be careful! In a celebration of festive neighbors, an open-ended party invitation results in a raucous gathering of children, pets, and parents plus salsa dancers and a reggae band! This is a humorous and irresistibly joyful cautionary tale. In the end, however, the creatures remained elusive. In fact, the only clear photos of an encantado are of a dolphin in a Pittsburgh zoo. So, instead of a traditional animal study, children are treated to a captivating travelogue, complete with numerous color photos of the people and places that incorporates political, environmental, and zoological aspects of the region.
Product Description: A rich brew of more than 40 traditional Brazilian tales — from creation stories and stories of enchantment to animal and trickster tales — draws on the varied cultural traditions of indigenous peoples, people of African descent, those of European and particularly Portuguese descent, and mixtures of these groups. The stories are retold by today's accomplished Brazilian storytellers. Also includes background information on the country and the tales, color photographs, traditional recipes, and children's games.
Product Description: Turtle loves to dance and play the flute. But her exuberance puts her at risk when her music attracts the attention of a hunter who brings her home for turtle stew. After she is caught, her only hope for escape is the hunter's children — and her own wit. This folktale, first told by the indigenous people of Brazil, is now told throughout Latin America.
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Victoria's mother was born in Brazil, but she and her daughter live in London. Now it's time for a visit to the country where Mom grew up. Visiting a coffee farm, a parade, a street children's shelter, and a huge family barbeque, Victoria learns about her mother's country and enjoys getting to know her extended Brazilian family. Using vibrant photographs and a first-person narrative based on the fresh perceptions of a child, Victoria Goes to Brazil stimulates young imaginations by showcasing the unfamiliar yet fascinating food, clothing, customs, and culture of this colorful and diverse country.
Product Description: Which is the only country to have competed in every World Cup tournament? Put the countries of the world at readers' fingertips with these books for young globe-trotters.
Product Description: From the wilds of the Amazon rain forest to Zebu cattle. B Is for Brazil shows this lively South American country in all its colorful diversity. Maria de Fatima Campos's striking full-color photographs capture the essence of Brazilian life alongside a simple, informative text. The book illustrates the contrasts between city and rain forest, different customs and peoples, and the vibrant world of Brazilian children whether at home, at school, fishing on the river, and painting in the air.
Product Description: In celebration of the exuberant sounds of Brazil, Putumayo Kids has collected 11 child-friendly songs from many of the country's most talented musicians. The album features these and other engaging rhythms that reflect the country's diverse culture and easy-going way of life. Product Description: This World Cup companion introduces readers to the official championship mascot Fuleco, a friendly armadillo, who tells children all about his home and the host country, Brazil.
Highlights include everything a fan needs to know about the stadiums, top players, and statistics. Adding to the fun are quizzes, games, stickers, a tricky double-page search-and-find puzzle, and a foldout back jacket with a fill-in progress chart — so soccer-crazy kids can record match results as the games progress. Each book in the My World of Science series explains science that you see in the world around you and use every day.
Learn about where electricity comes from, where you will find it each day, and how people use electricity. Product Description: Each book in the Where on Earth? Plains explains how large, flat areas of land form and discusses the different plants and animals that live on the plains.
In this series for young readers, children learn about fun science facts, such as how rainbows and shadows are created.
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Tornadoes and hurricanes can! Find out what forces create such powerful winds and cause these scary storms in this title from TIME for Kids. Product Description: Welcome to a tour of the major planets, moons, dwarf planets, asteroids, comets, and other rocks and gas that orbit the sun. The latest NASA and European Space Station images, many unique to this book, are combined with up-to-the-minute information from space experts across the globe, and modern graphics to entice confident and reluctant readers alike.
Product Description: Look closer at the world at your feet and you will find there is more to bugs than meets the eye. Bugs features stunning close-up images combined with weird and wonderful bug facts. The book takes a degree view of the natural history, history, and human impact of mini-beasts. It also covers other land invertebrates such as spiders, centipedes, worms, and snails.
Product Description: Each book in this series begins by explaining what a landform is before launching into the specific type of landform covered in the book. The titles use a compare and contrast format in order to get readers understanding the main characteristics of the geography being discussed.
In this book, children learn about the features of caves, where caves are found, and what makes caves unique. The two boys learn about the history of popcorn in the Americas, how much popcorn is eaten on an annual basis, and methods of popping corn. Two recipes to pop corn are included in this book.
Two young girls playing in a backyard pool explore the properties and uses of water. Facts about water and questions for the reader are interspersed throughout the text.
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Emergent readers explore various scientific tools such as a microscope, magnifying glass, and ruler. This title can be used to introduce students to science centers and their different elements.
Both titles Amphibians and Reptiles contain basic facts about the animals as a group and identify specific members. Product Description: Plants provide people and animals with food, shelter, and even oxygen.
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Plants help us live and grow, but how does a plant grow? Where do plants grow? This title introduces young readers to a variety of plant types, including ferns, carnivorous plants, mosses, and trees and explains photosynthesis, different methods of reproduction, how seeds germinate and grow, which types of plants grow in different climates, and how plants defend themselves. Product Description: After Charlie convinces Lola to recycle her old toys instead of throwing them away, Lola discovers a recycling competition.
If she can recycle one hundred plastic, metal, and paper items, she can get her very own real live tree to plant. But she only has two weeks, so Lola decides to ask her classmates to help. They turn out to be extremely very good recyclers indeed. Product Description: Small in size but big in personality, stars of movies, TV, and games, penguins are loved by kids everywhere. This book reveals their real lives, far beyond our wildest imagination!
Meet every one of the 17 different kinds of penguin; discover how they eat, sleep, talk, walk, and swim, and of course, the wonderful stories of how they look after their eggs and chicks. Big and beautiful Antarctic images, especially shot for this book, are combined with up-to-the-minute information from penguin experts, and dramatic modern graphics to entice confident and reluctant readers alike. In the barnyard there are roosters and cows, horses and goats, and a pink piglet who is learning to squeal.