Combines nonsense poems and illustrations with objects representing each letter of the alphabet.
A Chinese-American grandmother relates family and cultural history from her life in Guangzhou, China to her grandchildren
A grandmother from an old Maine family that came to America from England generations ago relates family and cultural life to her grandchildren as they enjoy various traditions of the New England seacoast.
– Encourages kids to explore their own genealogy- Timely–demystifies the hejab and other aspects of Arab culture- Series teacher guide available
An Hispanic grandmother relates family and cultural history to her granddaughter in her San Francisco, California, apartment as she tells of growing up in New Mexico.
Presents the history, culture, and contemporary life of the northeastern Native American people who, in the 1400s, migrated from the North Atlantic coast and settled around the Great Lakes.
Double-page spreads contain cartoon-like illustrations and sentences, in both Spanish and English, about Miguel and his friends. An introduction covers pronunciation and includes tips on reading.
A biography of Mao Zedong, founder of a communist state in China in 1949, hailed by some as a hero, by others, a tyrant.
Latino poets, novelists and journalists contribute to an exciting anthology of works that give voice to the dreams, desires, fears, and painful struggles of the Latino community as they write about family, oppression, and success while living as Americans.
Traces the life and career of the award-winning actor, looks at his roles in television and motion pictures, and describes his efforts to help the Hispanic community