An anthology of stories and poems that chronicle the lives and struggles of Ukrainian immigrants during the past century.
A young Mexican dreams that he meets two Mayan children and together they visit ancient ruins in the jungles of the Yucatan.
After exploring a sea chest full of runes and a journal belonging to his deceased grandfather, fifteen-year-old Sky summons the old man’s ghost, who teaches him how to travel through time and space.
In 1913, a Canadian Arctic Expedition becomes stranded in the Arctic.
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Looks at Mexico’s Mayan, Aztec, and Spanish heritage, and discusses family life, clothing, religion, farm life, village life, city life, and education.
Sent out into the world to find his missing older brothers, Jack does good deeds for helpless animals along the way, and they repay him when he poses as a suitor to try and save a princess from an evil magician.
As a reward for their good deeds and hard work in the Mexican desert, Juan Tuza the prairie dog and Pepe the armadillo receive a magic bag, which produces anything they need.
When Linna, 12, moves from Germany with her mother and brother to Canada where her father has been working, she fears that she will be forced to give up her dream of becoming an opera singer.
Examines the geography, history, economy, society, and culture of Mexico.