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Jacques Cartier: French Navigator
By author: Carole Marsh
Product Code: 15404
ISBN: 978-0-635-01540-2
Format: Paperback
Jacques Cartier was a French navigator who was the first European to explore the Gulf of St. Lawrence and the St. Lawrence River.
Carrie Chapman Catt: Amazing Activist
By author: Carole Marsh
Product Code: 15412
ISBN: 978-0-635-01541-9
Format: Paperback
Carrie Chapman Catt was a major force in the campaign for woman suffrage. Since she was a young girl, she knew she could achieve great things if she just set her mind to it. And she wouldn't take no for an answer!
Ada Deer: Notable Native American
By author: Carole Marsh
Product Code: 15420
ISBN: 978-0-635-01542-6
Format: Paperback
Ada Deer is a Menominee Indian. She made her mark in history when she was appointed the first female Assistant Secretary of the Interior for Indian Affairs in 1993. Always a champion of her tribe's cause, Ada Deer has an impressive record of success.
Patrick Henry: Voice of the Revolution
By author: Carole Marsh
Product Code: 15447
ISBN: 978-0-635-01544-0
Format: Paperback
Patrick Henry was known as the "voice of the American Revolution." He was a skilled lawyer who was able to persuade juries. This talent helped him when he gave speeches supporting the American Revolution. He inspired many patriots and citizens to demand their freedom!
John Harold Johnson: Creator of Ebony Magazine
By author: Carole Marsh
Product Code: 15455
ISBN: 978-0-635-01545-7
Format: Paperback
John Harold Johnson was a determined man. Against many odds, he founded the successful Johnson Publishing Company in 1942. John Harold Johnson is an inspiration to anyone who has ever had a dream and the will to match it.
General George C. Marshall: A Man with a Plan
By author: Carole Marsh
Product Code: 15471
ISBN: 978-0-635-01547-1
Format: Paperback
George Catlett Marshall was the only professional soldier to ever win the Nobel Prize for Peace. He spent most of his life serving in the United States Army. He is most remembered for the "plan" to help rebuild a war-torn Europe after World War II.
Vel Phillips: African American Politician
By author: Carole Marsh
Product Code: 15536
ISBN: 978-0-635-01553-2
Format: Paperback
Vel Phillips is an amazing woman. She was the first African American (and woman) in many state government positions in Wisconsin. She fought tirelessly for civil rights . . . and succeeded. A true pioneer in Wisconsin's civil rights movement - Vel Phillips.
Ronald Reagan: All-American President
By author: Carole Marsh
Product Code: 15552
ISBN: 978-0-635-01555-6
Format: Paperback
Ronald Reagan came from humble beginnings. He loved football, acting, and America. From Hollywood to Washington, D.C., Reagan was loved by millions. He is considered one of the most popular presidents of the 20th century.
Jean Baptiste Pointe du Sable: Father of Chicago
By author: Carole Marsh
Product Code: 15560
ISBN: 978-0-635-01556-3
Format: Paperback
Jean Baptiste Point du Sable came to America in the 1770s. He was a long way from home - born of a French father and black mother in Haiti. His talents and good sense helped establish the thriving settlement that became Chicago.
Captain John Smith: Courageous Colonist
By author: Carole Marsh
Product Code: 15595
ISBN: 978-0-635-01559-4
Format: Paperback
John Smith has been described as proud, arrogant, decisive, brave, brilliant, and prone to making up stories. One thing is known for sure-he was very important to the survival of the Jamestown colony. He set rules, organized work, and made sure everyone pulled their own weight.
Orville and Wilbur Wright: Two Brothers, One Dream: 'Let's Fly'
By author: Carole Marsh
Product Code: 15609
ISBN: 978-0-635-01560-0
Format: Paperback
Orville and Wilbur Wright changed the course of history! They built and flew the first heavier than- air manned and powered aircraft. From the time they were young boys they pursued their dream until they achieved their goal-flight!
The Mystery of Biltmore House
By author: Carole Marsh
Product Code: 13479
ISBN: 978-0-635-01347-7
Format: Paperback

125th Anniversary of the opening of Biltmore House

It was Christmas Eve 1895 when Biltmore’s founder George Vanderbilt first opened the doors of Biltmore House to family and friends.


Four funny friends, 250 spooky rooms, three secret passages, too many gargoyles, lots of clues but only 10 seconds to live! Four curious kids visit North Carolinaís Biltmore House and end up in a mystery filled with a hidden staircase, creepy clues, terrifying tunnels, an eerie attic, and, worst of all, disappearing kids!

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