Best History Books for 6 Year Olds

Here are the top 30 history books for 6 year olds. Please click Read Review to read book reviews on Amazon. You can also click Find in Library to check book availability at your local library. If the default library is not correct, please follow Change Local Library to reset it.

1. Sara Snapper & the Magic Camera

by: Mario ValbuenaNatalie Louis
Release date: Jun 11, 2014
Number of Pages: 40
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Sara Snapper & the Magic Camera is an educational tale of a colorless fish that learns to appreciate the value of color with a magic camera she discovers. The story takes place in various museums across the world and introduces the artwork of famous artists to children of all ages.
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Children’s Books > Arts, Music & Photography > Art

2. Goodnight Aggieland

by: Mark &amp Cimbrey Brannan,Matt Gardner
Release date: Nov 21, 2011
Number of Pages: 36
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A salute to the unique traditions and values of Texas A&M University. Fully illustrated, featuring the beloved mascot, Reveille. This is a book that Former Students, fans and young children alike will embrace.
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Children’s Books > History > United States > State & Local

3. One Plastic Bag: Isatou Ceesay and the Recycling Women of the Gambia (Millbrook Picture Books)

by: Miranda PaulElizabeth Zunon
Release date: Feb 01, 2015
Number of Pages: 32
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Plastic bags are cheap and easy to use. But what happens when a bag breaks or is no longer needed? In Njau, Gambia, people simply dropped the bags and went on their way. One plastic bag became two. Then ten. Then a hundred.

The bags accumulated in ugly heaps alongside roads. Water pooled in them, bringing mosquitoes and disease. Some bags were burned, leaving behind a terrible smell. Some were buried, but they strangled gardens. They killed livestock that tried to eat them. Something had to change.

Isatou Ceesay was that change. She found a way to recycle the bags and transform her community. This inspirational true story shows how one person’s actions really can make a difference in our world.

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Business & Money > Economics > Environmental Economics

4. The Condiment Chronicles … Please Pass the Ketchup

by: S.H. WoodNic Gregory
Release date: Apr 24, 2016
Number of Pages: 56
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Can you imagine a meal without condiments? Never!
No Ketchup on your hamburger and fries? No way!
How about condiments walking off the counter? WHAAAAT!

Well, it’s happening at The Diner and there’s not a condiment in sight. Tripp, his dad, his sister, and all the patrons are in disbelief. Condiment complaints of misuse, prejudice, bullying and more are scrawled on paper napkins spread across the counter.

Mayo asks, “Why do they hate me?”
With a tear in his eye Relish sadly proclaims, “People say I’m too sweet and ignore me … or just scrape me off.”

Can Management and the condiments work out their issues? If not, it will be a sad day and a dining disaster for all of us!

A picture book of 56 pages explores the life of 12 condiments as well as the concept of a meal without any condiments in sight. And yes, we may not love them all but we want them here to stay!

S.H.Wood, first time children’s author, and Nic Gregory, talented Australian illustrator and animator, carry you through The Diner showcasing the humorous and at times emotionally charged personalities of each “‘famous” featured condiment. Adults and children of all ages will smile and laugh as they recognize their favorite condiments come to life. Turning every page might give the reader a new understanding for each condiment: you might even begin to feel sorry for Relish. If you like The Day the Crayons Quit you may just become a fan of The Condiment Chronicles … Please Pass the Ketchup.

The back story, titled “The Condiment Chronicles … The Family Portrait”, reveals historical inferences about when, where, and how each condiment arrived on our counter, our kitchen table, and in our fridge. Who would have thought condiments could stir up images of family, diversity, tolerance, competition, and individuality all resulting from an ever growing insatiable love for a variety of tastes?

Condiments and Condimentours, be on alert! Creativity is on the rise. There is always room for one more hot, spicy, sweet, or savory condiment.

Experimentation is all part of self expression and being an individual. Don’t hold back. Go ahead and spread that peanut butter and jelly on your
hamburger … as a condimentour that’s your choice. Remember, variety is the spice (or in this case the condiment) of life.

Cheers!

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Children’s Books > Literature & Fiction > Historical Fiction > Exploration & Discoveries

5. Do Families Grow on Trees?

by: Lauren MachtaJodi Hill
Release date: Aug 14, 2015
Number of Pages: 32
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Do families grow on trees? When Eva is asked in school to create her family tree as a homework assignment, she gets confused about where families come from. Do they grow on trees? Eva looks to her grandmother for guidance and to learn what a family tree is. The last two pages invite the readers to draw their own family tree!
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Children’s Books > Growing Up & Facts of Life > Family Life

6. Ralph Masiello’s Robot Drawing Book

by: Ralph MasielloRalph Masiello
Release date: Jul 01, 2011
Number of Pages: 32
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Illustrator Ralph Masiello shares his love of robots in this newest addition to his popular drawing series. Step-by-step diagrams show young artists how to use simple shapes and lines to create basic robots.

Challenge steps and a visit to the “spare part warehouse” encourage kids to customize their designs with dials, switches, and antennae. Bonus challenge steps show how to add claws, armor, and other fantastic features.

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Children’s Books > Arts, Music & Photography > Art > Drawing

7. First Dog Fala

by: Elizabeth Van SteenwykMichael Montgomery
Release date: Sep 01, 2008
Number of Pages: 32
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In 1940, Fala came to live with President Franklin D. Roosevelt in the White House. On sunny days, the little dog played in the grass outside the Oval Office. He attended important meetings with the president s advisors. At night, the president and Fala often dined together.

But as the world slipped further into war and America was drawn into the conflict, life at the White House changed. Fala stayed up late into the night with President Roosevelt. He accompanied the president on journeys across the country and around the world and waited with him for the return of American servicemen and the end to a terrible war.

Author Elizabeth Van Steenwyk offers young readers a glimpse into American history and the life of a U.S. president through the story of a loyal dog. Michael G. Montgomery s full-color illustrations capture the indomitable spirit of Fala and the nation and president who loved him.

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Children’s Books > Animals > Dogs

8. Ludwig Van Beethoven (Getting to Know the World’s Greatest Composers)

by: Mike VeneziaMike Venezia
Release date: Mar 01, 1996
Number of Pages: 32
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Young readers will obtain a light-hearted ye t realistic overview of Beethoven”s life and work in this in troductory text. ‘
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Children’s Books > Arts, Music & Photography > Music > Classical

9. Luba: The Angel of Bergen-Belsen (Jane Addams Honor Book (Awards))

by: Luba Tryszynska-FrederickAnn MarshallMichelle Roehm McCann
Release date: Oct 01, 2003
Number of Pages: 48
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Why am I still alive? Why was I spared?

One night in 1944, Luba Tryszynska’s questions were answered when she found fifty-four children abandoned behind the concentration camp at Bergen-Belsen. Luba knew if the Nazis caught her she could be executed.

But they are someone’s children. And they are hungry.

Despite the mortal dangers, Luba and the women of her barracks cared for these orphans thro-ugh a winter of disease, starvation, and war.

Here is the true story of an everyday hero and the children who gave her a reason to live.

My name is Luba Tryszynska-Frederick and this is my story. I never thought of myself as a particularly brave person, certainly not a hero. But I found that inside every human being there is a hero waiting to emerge. I never could have done what I did without the help of many heroes. This story is for them, and for the children. –Luba Tryszynska-Frederick

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Biographies & Memoirs

10. S is for Sunshine: A Florida Alphabet (Discover America State by State)

by: Carol CraneMichael Glenn Monroe
Release date: Oct 09, 2000
Number of Pages: 40
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The Sunshine State gets its own alphabet book! Florida, where “B is for Beaches, P is for Pirates, and V is for Vacationers,” comes to life with playful, vivid illustrations by Michael Monroe and a conch shell full of fun facts and poems by Florida author and educator Carol Crane. Do you know which city is the state capitol? Which fragrant blossom is the state flower? Learn all this and more with S is for Sunshine: A Florida Alphabet.
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Children’s Books > History > United States > State & Local

11. B is for Badger: A Wisconsin Alphabet (Discover America State by State)

by: Kathy-jo WarginRenée Graef
Release date: Sep 27, 2010
Number of Pages: 40
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The intriguing facts and faces, history and places of Wisconsin are revealed to readers young and old in B is for Badger: A Wisconsin Alphabet. From its leaders in fine arts and architecture (Georgia O’Keefe and Frank Lloyd Wright) to its pioneers in nature conservation (John Muir and Aldo Leopold), Wisconsin has been an influence on major movements in education, industry, and use of natural resources. Brought to life with lyric rhymes and expressive, original artwork, B is for Badger showcases for natives and visitors alike the splendors of Wisconsin.Born in Tower, Minnesota, Kathy-jo Wargin has spent a great deal of time in the upper Midwest. Previously, she teamed up with illustrator Gijsbert van Frankenhuyzen on the award-winning Legend series, including The Legend of the Lady’s Slipper (Upper Midwest Bookseller’s Favorite). B is for Badger is her fourth state alphabet book. She lives with her family in Petoskey, Michigan.Renee Graef is new to the Sleeping Bear Press family but is very well known as a children’s book illustrator for the American Girls collection with Pleasant Company. She has also illustrated for Boyd’s Bears and is the illustrator of HarperCollin’s My First Little House series. Renee attended the University of Wisconsin and the University of Madison; she lives in Milwaukee with her family.
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Children’s Books > History > United States > State & Local

12. Enchanted Dolls’ House Wedding

by: Robyn Johnson
Release date: Sep 06, 2007
Number of Pages: 32
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Albert and Lucinda from the beloved The Enchanted Dolls’ House have pled their troth (Victorian for ‘got engaged!’). It is a happy time for everyone in the Enchanted Dolls’ House. All the dolls from the servant dolls to the toy dolls, even the resident dog and cat dolls enthusiastically join together to celebrate a joyous wedding with all the fashionable and tasteful accoutrement of the Edwardian, Regency and Victorian eras available to them.

Four masterfully conceived and constructed pop-up buldings amaze with historical accuracy and bustle with activity: Shop for wedding finery in an Edwardian department store. See the toiletries, accessories, hair styles, and beautiful wedding clothes from which the dolls choose. Attend a wedding breakfast, complete with musicians, favors, and a glorious cake garnished with marzipan pearls, pendants and bows. Peek through windows and doors of a Victorian Manor Dolls’ House and a Regency Dolls’ House to see the dolls observe their elegant way of life. And finally, attend a breathtakingly beautiful wedding in a Victorian Chapel.

Overflowing with doll lore and loving rendered details of wedding gifts, food, and flowers, readers of all ages will attend the wedding of their dreams!

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Children’s Books > Activities, Crafts & Games > Activity Books

13. From Where Do We Come?: Revisiting Our Past While Paving the Way Forward

by: Jamilah Tetterton
Release date: Jan 24, 2014
Number of Pages: 30
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Sophia’s curiosity about her identity takes her and big brother, Elijah, on a storytelling journey back to their roots with the help of Big Mama & Grandpa Noah. During their remarkable journey back in time, they are overwhelmed with pride upon discovering how their ancestors used their resilience, intelligence, faith and courage to overcome slavery.
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Children’s Books > Biographies > Multicultural

14. Prehistoric Predators

by: Brian SwitekJulius Csotonyi
Release date: May 12, 2015
Number of Pages: 104
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Discover the most dangerous carnivores that ever roamed the Earth in this exciting and action-packed exploration of Prehistoric Predators, featuring a unique cover that feels like dinosaur-skin!

The biggest baddies of the prehistoric world — the carnivores — come alive in Prehistoric Predators. From favorites like T-Rex and Giganotosaurus, to the ferocious Spinosaurus and terrifying Megalodon, the stunning full-color illustrations from renowned paleoartist Julius Csotonyi make these dangerous creatures spring to life on each page. Bursting with fascinating facts written by National Geographic contributor Brian Switek, dynamic artwork, and a unique dino-skin textured cover, this is the perfect book for dinosaur lovers of every age!

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Children’s Books > Animals > Dinosaurs

15. Goliath: Hero of the Great Balitmore Fire

by: Claudia FriddellTroy Howell
Release date: Jun 29, 2010
Number of Pages: 32
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In 1904 the city of Baltimore was almost destroyed by fire. Hundreds of firemen, policemen, soldiers, and citizens battled the blaze for three days. The disaster brings out the best in man and the bravest of deeds, but one hero stands head and shoulders above all…literally. Goliath is a fire horse assigned to Engine Company 15. He is massive in size and mighty in heart and steadfastness. To the men of Engine Company 15, Goliath is the ultimate fire horse. He is the lead horse for the team assigned to pulling the mammoth Hale Water Tower No. 1. When the fire alarm sounds, calling them to action, Goliath leads his team into the blaze. Soon his lifesaving actions will lead him into the pages of history. Masterful artwork from acclaimed illustrator Troy Howell brings this true story to pulse-pounding life. Educator Claudia Friddell says of her work researching Goliath, “It was a privilege to meet and interview firefighters and fire historians about the Baltimore Fire of 1904.” Goliath is her first children’s book. Claudia lives in Baltimore, Maryland. Artist Troy Howell has had a prolific career as a children’s book illustrator with countless books to his credit, including The Secret Garden, The Ugly Duckling, and Favorite Greek Myths. He received his formal art education from the Art Center in Los Angeles and the Illustrators’ Workshops in New York. Troy lives in Falmouth, Virginia.
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Children’s Books > Animals > Horses

16. A Little Maid of Old Maine

by: Alice Curtis
Release date: Nov 01, 1999
Number of Pages: 192
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This is a true story of the brave effort of two girls to bring help to a little settlement on the Maine coast at the time of the War of the Revolution. This event is referred to in history as the “”Lexington of the Seas,”” because it was the first naval battle after the encounter in Lexington, Massachusetts. Readers will be touched by the courage of Rebecca and Anna Weston as they journey through the forest after the powder that was to make possible the conquest of the British.
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Children’s Books > Literature & Fiction > Historical Fiction > United States > Colonial

17. Our California

by: Pam Munoz RyanRafael Lopez
Release date: Jan 15, 2008
Number of Pages: 48
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Re-illustrated and re-designed, Our California is a lively tour of award-winning author Pam Munoz Ryan’s home state. Spirited poems celebrate California’s major cities and regions. Backmatter includes state symbols and additional information about each place. Bold paintings by illustrator Rafael Lopez capture the spirit of the land.
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Children’s Books > History > United States > State & Local

18. The Perfect Sword

by: Scott Goto
Release date: Feb 01, 2010
Number of Pages: 48
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Sensei Masa was a master swordsmith known throughout all of Japan. Young Michio is apprenticed to the master swordsmith. He watches and learns not only the skills to make a fine sword, but also lessons in humility, hard work, and compassion, elements of
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Children’s Books > Growing Up & Facts of Life > Family Life > Values

19. Babe Ruth and the Baseball Curse (A Stepping Stone Book(TM))

by: David A. KellyTim Jessell
Release date: Feb 24, 2009
Number of Pages: 112
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Before 1918, the Boston Red Sox were unstoppable. They won World Series after World Series, thanks in part to their charismatic pitcher-slugger Babe Ruth. But some people on the Red Sox felt the Babe was more trouble than he was worth, and he was traded away to one of the worst teams in baseball, the New York Yankees. From then on, the Yankees became a golden team. And the Red Sox? For over 80 years, they just couldn’t win another World Series. Then, in 2004, along came a scruffy, scrappy Red Sox team. Could they break Babe Ruth’s curse and win it all?

From the Trade Paperback edition.

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Children’s Books > History

20. Timeless Thomas: How Thomas Edison Changed Our Lives

by: Gene BarrettaGene Barretta
Release date: Jul 17, 2012
Number of Pages: 40
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What do record players, batteries, and movie cameras have in common?

All these devices were created by the man known as The Wizard of Menlo Park: Thomas Edison.

Edison is most famous for inventing the incandescent lightbulb, but at his landmark laboratories in Menlo Park & West Orange, New Jersey, he also developed many other staples of modern technology. Despite many failures, Edison persevered. And good for that, because it would be very difficult to go through a day without using one of his life-changing inventions. In this enlightening book, Gene Barretta enters the laboratories of one of America’s most important inventors.

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Children’s Books > History

21. B is for Battle Cry: A Civil War Alphabet

by: Patricia BauerDavid Geister
Release date: Mar 04, 2011
Number of Pages: 40
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B is for Battle Cry: A Civil War Alphabet takes readers on a journey into one of the most important chapters of our nation’s past. The Civil War was one of the bloodiest, most divisive events to take place in America’s history, and most certainly ever on American soil. For four years our young country’s sense of self and citizenry was shaken to the core as North and South battled each other. B is for Battle Cry brings to life historic battles (Antietam and Gettysburg), renowned leaders (Abraham Lincoln and Robert E. Lee), inventions (ironclad ship and Gatling gun), and inspiring events and documents (the Gettysburg Address and the Emancipation Proclamation). From the first shot fired at Fort Sumter to Lee’s surrender at Appomattox Court House, B is for Battle Cry brings this nation-defining time period to vivid life.Patricia Bauer believes that stories bring history alive. She uses poetry, music, picture books, costumes, and literature to engage her middle school students in the study of American history. B is for Battle Cry is Pat’s first children’s book. She lives in Minneapolis with her artist husband, David Geister. David Geister’s deep appreciation for the drama of American history and the desire to tell those stories is what inspires his artwork. He is a popular visitor at schools with his costumed portrayals of historic characters. He lives in Minneapolis with his author wife, Patricia Bauer. This is David’s fifth book with Sleeping Bear.
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Children’s Books > History

22. The Blue Spruce

by: Mario CuomoGijsbert van Frankenhuyzen
Release date: Dec 01, 1999
Number of Pages: 32
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An inspiring story of determination, hard work, and belief in your dreams until you capture them. Former Governor Mario Cuomo shares this endearing life lesson passed down to him from his father. Papa told Mario that having a house with a yard and a tree to call our own was his very special dream. Papa was excited about moving his family to their new home, after leaving behind their grocery store for many years, and sharing his dream with them. Papa and Mario loved the magnificent Blue Spruce that grew in the front yard of their new home, often sharing quiet moments in its cool shadow. Each year the Blue Spruce grew taller and stronger, holding within its branches their secrets and dreams. Then, one evening, unusually strong winds began to blow as dark clouds filled the sky. Mario watched anxiously through the window as the Blue Spruce fought against the winds… The Blue Spruce is a story that children will love and parents will love reading. Wonderfully illustrated by Royal Academy of Arts trained Gijsbert van Frankenhuyzen, illustrator of the bestselling The Legend of Sleeping Bear and The Legend of Mackinac Island.
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Children’s Books > Science, Nature & How It Works > Nature

23. EARTHQUAKE!

by: Susan J. BergerEugene Ruble
Release date: Feb 29, 2016
Number of Pages: 28
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This is a book about Earthquakes. What causes them? Can we predict them? How are earthquakes measured? How do we prepare for them? There are lots of fun factoids and a few experiments. (Learn how to make your own seiche) What was the biggest earthquake? Find out here. Empower your children. Suggested age for readers: 6-9
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Children’s Books > Science, Nature & How It Works > Earth Sciences

24. Rome: In Spectacular Cross-section

by: Andrew SolwayStephen BiestyStephen Biesty
Release date: Mar 06, 2003
Number of Pages: 32
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This is a new master work by worldwide best-selling illustrator Stephen Biesty. The scene is Rome in AD 128. Join up with Marcus Cotta and his 9-year-old son Titus as they spend a festival day together in Rome. Each picture shows in extraordinary detail the everyday scenes and major monuments of the imperial city. Numerous cutaways enable the reader to look into the buildings, to see what the people are doing, and how the buildings are constructed. Travel through Rome in one day and see what life was really like in ancient times. The lavish illustrations include: a wild animal show at the Colosseum (teaming with 50,000 spectators); horse racing at the Circus Maximus; bathing at the Baths of Trajan; and festival day at the Temple.
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Children’s Books

25. The Merchant of Marvels and the Peddler of Dreams

by: Frederic Clement
Release date: Mar 01, 1997
Number of Pages: 64
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What to give the person who has everything? This is the dilemma of Frederick Knick-Knack who surely must have, somewhere in his bags and boxes, his chests and cases, his collection of collections, the ideal gift for his dear friend Alice. As he draws forth this trinket, that trifle, a world of wonder unfolds. What will he choose? A robe spun from the shooting stars with a veil of the Milky Way? A marble made by Merlin the Enchanter? Perhaps the ticket for a thousand and one flights on a thousand and one nights? Somehow, somewhere amid these myriad gifts is a gift like no other, the perfect present. Sparkling with warmth and humor, The Merchant of Marvels and the Peddler of Dreams is an exuberant marriage of word and illustration, its pages rich with finely crafted objets d’art, line drawings, and breathtaking watercolors. Imbued with magic, mystery, and enchantment, this exquisite volume is the perfect present in itself — a wonderful story and a joyful celebration of love and friendship to be read and treasured.
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Arts & Photography > Photography & Video

26. A Big Cheese for The White House: The True Tale of A Tremendous Cheddar

by: DK Publishing
Release date: Sep 20, 1999
Number of Pages: 32
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What weighs 1,235 pounds, stands four feet high, and is made from the milk of nine hundred and thirty-four cows? Why, a giant cheese, of course! In 1801, the proud citizens of Cheshire, Massachusetts, boasted that their cheese was the very best. But then they heard the shocking news: President Jefferson was serving Norton cheese at the White House! What to do? Elder John Leland had an idea. A very large idea. If everyone worked together, they could make a cheese so large that President Jefferson would be serving Cheshire cheese at the White House for years to come. How the villagers of Cheshire create a true cheese-making miracle and transport it to the nation’s capitol makes a spirited, rollicking tale. Based on a true moment in American history, this funny picture book celebrates the ingenuity and community spirit of one small New England town as it attempts to make the country’s biggest cheese for the nation’s greatest man.
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Children’s Books > History > United States > State & Local

27. George Gershwin (Getting to Know the World’s Greatest Composers)

by: Mike VeneziaMike Venezia
Release date: Sep 01, 1994
Number of Pages: 32
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This series meets National Curriculum Standards for: Social Studies: Culture
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Children’s Books > Arts, Music & Photography > Music > History

28. Georges Seurat (Getting to Know the World’s Greatest Artists)

by: Mike VeneziaMilk VeneziaMike Venezia
Release date: Sep 01, 2002
Number of Pages: 32
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Presents a biography of Frida Khalo
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Children’s Books > Arts, Music & Photography > Art > History

29. Martin Luther King, Jr. and the March on Washington (All Aboard Reading)

by: Frances E. RuffinStephen Marchesi
Release date: Dec 04, 2000
Number of Pages: 48
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All Aboard Reading!

On August 28, 1963, more than 250,000 people came to the nation’s capital. They came by plane, by bus, by car–even on roller-skates–to speak out against segregation and to demand equal rights for everyone. They also came to hear the words of a very special leader, Martin Luther King, Jr. Told with a wonderful immediacy, this book captures the spirit of this landmark day in American history and brings Dr. King’s “I Have a Dream” speech to vivid life for young children.

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Children’s Books > Growing Up & Facts of Life > Difficult Discussions > Prejudice & Racism

30. Back of the Bus

by: Aaron ReynoldsFloyd Cooper
Release date: Dec 26, 2013
Number of Pages: 32
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It’s December 1, 1955.

A boy and his mother are riding the bus in Montgomery, Alabama like any other day—way in the back of the bus. The boy passes time by watching his marble roll up and down the aisle with the motion of the bus…

Until a big commotion breaks out from way up front.

With simple words and powerful illustrations, Aaron Reynolds and Coretta Scott King medalist Floyd Cooper recount the pivotal arrest of Rosa Parks at the dawn of the Civil Rights Movement.

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Children’s Books > Growing Up & Facts of Life > Difficult Discussions > Prejudice & Racism

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