A poor woodcutter discovers the hidden treasures of a band of robbers, survives great danger, and brings riches to his whole family.
A young girl uses her skills as a hunter to avenge her father’s death and to escape her evil stepmother.
When the ten sons of Di Jun walk across the sky together causing the earth to burn from the blazing heat, their father looks for a way to stop the destruction.
After the Kang brothers get in trouble at school, they devise a way to make paper, which will make things easier for both their teacher and themselves, in a tale that includes a historical note and a recipe for home-made paper.
Long ago in China, three brothers become tired of chasing birds from their family’s rice fields and experiment with ways to make the job easier.
When little Kai Kang cannot get enough to eat, he begins using sticks to grab food too hot for the hands, and soon all of China uses Kai zi, or chopsticks, in a humorous tale of how chopsticks may have been invented.
Cesar Chavez dedicated his life to helping American farmworkers. This champion of social justice organized farmworkers into unions and argued for better pay and fwir working conditions.
Twelve-year-old orphan Christopher “Kit” Buckles becomes a stage boy in a London theater in 1598, tries his hand at acting, and later helps build the Globe Theater for playwright William Shakespeare and the Chamberlain’s Men acting troupe.
14-year-old Alice is spirited back in time and given the change to fix her whole disastrous life.
A debut novel set in the early 1980s at a boy’s boarding school in the newly formed country of Zimbabwe.