Synopsis: When her father asks her to help unmask a plot against George Washington’s life, 13-year-old Phoebe must be brave and obedient.

Phoebe the Spy

Synopsis: When Daddy breaks his leg and spends the entire summer mending, Andrew must learn patience.

Daddy on the Mend

Synopsis: When Lewis and Clark set off on their expedition to learn about the West, President Jefferson wanted them to send back presents for him.

Lewis and Clark: A Prairie Dog for the President

Synopsis: Thomas can’t understand why his mother is sending him on long trips every day with the rowboat—or why she hangs out laundry every day!

Redcoats and Petticoats

Washington’s victory over Cornwallis at Yorktown was not due to a famous person—who was responsible for it?

A Spy Called James

Railway Jack by KT Johnston

After losing his legs in a railway accident, Jim needed help—and found it in the form of a smart baboon!

Railway Jack

When she defied her Patriot father to say goodbye to her Loyalist cousins, Charlotte was banished with them.

Charlotte

Fun pictures and engaging text tell the story of Franklin’s inventions and studies of electricity

How Ben Franklin Stole the Lightning

This fun story describes a fox that George Washington supposedly hunted.

Cinnabar, the One O’Clock Fox

A boy who loves learning about George Washington suddenly realizes that he doesn’t know what the great man ate for breakfast!

George Washington’s Breakfast

Engaging text and beautiful oil paintings tell the story of George Washington and the American Revolution.

George Washington

With easy text and beautiful pictures, the story of the most famous leader of the United States is told for children.

George Washington

The life of a hermit crab makes marine biology into high adventure.

Pagoo

With short chapters and easy vocabulary, this book tells the story of George Washington’s life.

Meet George Washington

What was George Washington’s life like as a child?

George Washington, Our First Leader

What should Ben Franklin do when he was bored to tears while listening to people arguing about laws?

Ben Franklin and the Magic Squares