A blind boy himself, Louis Braille invented the alphabet that is still used today by the blind.
The man who surveyed the capitol city of the United States was not only a surveyor, but also had other incredible talents.
Megan is doing her best to make a new girl feel welcome, but don’t the other girls like her anymore?
When a little boy’s cat was kidnapped and taken far away from home, how could he get back to his little boy again?
When George Washington visited Charles Willson Peale’s museum, he received quite a surprise.
Thirteen animals are presented, with descriptions of their “crimes” and information about how to deal with them.
Life during the Ice Age, among the cave men, is described through the eyes of a young boy and his family.
Mary spends a happy year working and playing with her large family on their farm in the 1950s.
When Letty and her family fled from the British army, would they find either their house or Letty’s geese when they returned?
This series of three gorgeously-illustrated hardcover picture books tell the story of the American Revolution from a unique perspective.
This beautifully-illustrated, hardcover book tells the story of the Amish and Mennonites during the American Revolution, and the ultimate fate of the Martyrs Mirror.
This gorgeous picture book tells the story of the Ephrata Cloister and their Martyr Book during the American Revolution.
Will the yams grow, even though Kuri’s father did not sacrifice to the spirits?
When a new family moves into town from France, Lucy and her brother Eddie help the children settle in.
Jemmy is very tired of being the prince’s whipping boy, and wants to go back to his life as a ratcatcher—but when the prince runs away and takes Jemmy along, they both have to use their wits to survive!
Easy language and short chapters make this a great early reader for young children.