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Award winning book about planting seeds of change. A must read for teachers and a favorite for girls and boys.

Award winning book about planting seeds of change. A must read for teachers and a favorite for girls and boys.

Based on a scene from Wright's autobiography, Black boy, in which the seventeen-year-old African-American borrows a white man's library card and devours every book as a ticket to freedom. Color: Black

Based on a scene from Wright's autobiography, Black boy, in which the seventeen-year-old African-American borrows a white man's library card and devours every book as a ticket to freedom. Color: Black

Children and adults alike will appreciate this book for its powerful message, rich illustrations, and informative author’s note.  Numerous economics ideas are woven into the text, with particular emphasis on the consequences of scarcity, the replenishment of natural resources, and the strengthening of women’s autonomy.  Despite the weighty topic, the tone is gentle.  Children will unwittingly gain an important lesson in environmental activism while they enjoy an interesting story.

Children and adults alike will appreciate this book for its powerful message, rich illustrations, and informative author’s note. Numerous economics ideas are woven into the text, with particular emphasis on the consequences of scarcity, the replenishment of natural resources, and the strengthening of women’s autonomy. Despite the weighty topic, the tone is gentle. Children will unwittingly gain an important lesson in environmental activism while they enjoy an interesting story.

How to compile rigorous thematic text sets, using books about Kenya as an example for 3rd/4th grade.

How to compile rigorous thematic text sets, using books about Kenya as an example for 3rd/4th grade.

This bestseller is newly revised with updated statistics, new activities and completely new material on food security, energy and health. By shrinking the planet down to a village of just 100 people, children will discover how to grow up global and establish their own place in the world village.

This bestseller is newly revised with updated statistics, new activities and completely new material on food security, energy and health. By shrinking the planet down to a village of just 100 people, children will discover how to grow up global and establish their own place in the world village.

The God Garden: From the best-selling author of One Hen comes the inspiring story of one struggling farming family in Honduras and their journey to growing enough food to meet their needs. Based on the real story of farm transformation underway in Honduras and many other countries, this book offers children ways they can be part of the movement to grow "good gardens" and foster food security.

The God Garden: From the best-selling author of One Hen comes the inspiring story of one struggling farming family in Honduras and their journey to growing enough food to meet their needs. Based on the real story of farm transformation underway in Honduras and many other countries, this book offers children ways they can be part of the movement to grow "good gardens" and foster food security.

Hiromi's Hands by Lynne Barasch. True story of a female sushi chef in New York City (not strictly non-fiction since told in Hiromi's voice).

Hiromi's Hands by Lynne Barasch. True story of a female sushi chef in New York City (not strictly non-fiction since told in Hiromi's voice).

Up the Learning Tree - a slave boy uses a tree outside the school to watch the school lessons and learn to read, the teacher discovers his secret and her compassionate act leads to her dismissal.

Up the Learning Tree - a slave boy uses a tree outside the school to watch the school lessons and learn to read, the teacher discovers his secret and her compassionate act leads to her dismissal.

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