juvenile literature

juvenile literature

Make & play post office

"Do you like to go to the post office? Now you can build and run your own! Learn how to get inspired, problem-solve, and work with others as you create your post office"--Provided by publisher.

Mail trucks

"Mail trucks help deliver exciting letters and packages to our homes. Some are small, and some are quite large. Some travel very, very far, all to get the job done. In this . . . book, readers will learn about these vehicles' special features and imagine themselves in the driver's seat of a mail truck"--Provided by publisher.

The White House =

La Casa Blanca
Introduces young readers to the White House.

Los Angeles Rams

Text and illustrations look at the Los Angeles Rams professional football team, discussing their history, uniforms, star players, and their 2022 win at the Super Bowl.

LaMelo Ball

basketball star
"Introduces readers to the life and career of basketball star LaMelo Ball"--Provided by publisher.

Josh Allen

making a difference through football
Examines the life and career of Buffalo Bills quarterback Josh Allen, focusing on how he helps make a difference on and off the field.

Every child a song

"An international look at children's rights, exploring global issues faced by children, encouraging compassion and empathy, . . . [and introducing] young readers to the universal rights that every child is entitled to under the United Nations Convention on the Rights of the Child"--Provided by publisher.

Kalpana Chawla

Introduces readers to the life of the first Indian-American astronaut, Kalpana Chawla.

The Triangle Shirtwaist factory fire and the fight for workers' rights

"In November 1909, thousands of factory workers walked off the job to protest the terrible working conditions in New York City factories. Joining the picket lines was dangerous, with thugs and police officers harassing picketers, but the protests stirred action. Many factory owners finally agreed to some of the workers' demands and improved conditions. But nothing changed for workers at the Triangle Shirtwaist Factory, and those workers would pay a high price for the company's dangerous conditions. In 1911, a devastating fire swept through the Triangle factory, killing 146 workers. In the months following the tragedy, the rights of workers finally gained real traction as the state government formed a safety commission and enacted new safety laws"--Provided by publisher.

What is the Women's World Cup?

"The first international women's soccer match was in 1881, but the Women's World Cup didn't become official until 1991--110 years later! Read about the courageous, soccer-loving women who worked hard to have a World Cup of their own in this addition to the Who HQ series. Young readers will learn about the history of women's soccer, star players, and iconic wins! From Team USA's record-breaking four championships to Japan's inspiring win in 2011, this book is full of heartwarming and exciting stories about incredible athletes across decades!"--.


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