[one_third][/one_third][two_third_last]Sail the high seas and join the adventure of Marc, cabin boy to the great explorer, Jacques Cartier. Jacques is the first volume in a new series of biographies about the Brave Explorers that Every Child Should Know. Not only will you learn exciting history and fascinating information on life at sea, but you will be gripped by this tale of adventure, tragedy and triumph.
[one_third][/one_third][two_third_last]”We love this story! Every chapter leaves us hanging and eager to read more. Karla has done a fantastic job with this true tale of Sacagawea! We look forward to more stories by her.” – Laura in WA
Stolen! is part 1 of a 4-part riveting historical narrative of Sacagawea and the events surrounding the Lewis and Clark discovery of the west. By itself, this is a short story, but together, the 4 ebook parts make a full-length book.
An intimate look into the life of Sacagawea, this interactive “living book” provides an unforgettable historical experience for students and adults alike. With emotional and factual honesty, the first person narrative brings into focus the truth about the life of the most beloved woman in American history.
[one_third][/one_third][two_third_last]O Canada! Her Story takes you on a grand tour of Canada through the ages. Historical narratives and biographies tell her story in a creative and lively way that draws the reader in, grabbing his or her attention from the start. Learn about the people who dwelt in this land before the Europeans arrived, the vikings who discovered and temporarily settled this territory, the immigration and emigration of various people groups, the heroes who have shaped the face of this nation and the people who adore their beloved homeland. This book will be heartily enjoyed by Canadians, of course, but is a must-read for all students, especially Americans. Canada, the second largest of all nations on our planet, is also one of the most over-looked. Its history is all-but-forgotten in world history textbooks and its people largely ignored. This is surprising and unthinkable, for the story of this broad and gorgeous nation is also fascinating and world-changing.