Winner of the 2020 YALSA Excellence in Nonfiction Award.
The events of September 11, 2001, changed the world forever.
One small action a day can make a difference . . . in a big way In 10 Ideas to Overcome Racism, we explore how to counteract racism and prejudice in our everyday lives.
Are you ready to overcome racism in the world today? Each one of us plays a part in perpetuating racism, and we must unite to stop it from spreading. So let's get started with 10 easy antiracist ideas
Launching a propulsive middle grade nonfiction series, a young woman shares her harrowing experience of being wrongly accused of terrorism.
Coretta Scott King Honor–winning author Tonya Bolden chronicles the life of an intrepid lawyer and civil rights pioneer.
Brayden Harrington, a thirteen-year-old boy who stutters, gives an incredible speech that electrifies the nation in this timely and extraordinary nonfiction picture book that celebrates the importance of speaking up and using your voice—for everyone deserves to be heard.
The definitive picture book biography of Dr. Anthony Fauci, the director of the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases and one of the most crucial figures in the COVID-19 pandemic.
Before he was Dr.
The subject of the award-winning documentary The Eagle Huntress tells the true story of how she became the first girl to compete in—and win—one of Mongolia's most prestigious competitions.
In this compelling memoir, teenaged eagle hunter Aisholpan Nurgaiv tells her own story for the first time, speaking directly with award-winning and New York Times
A fascinating look into America’s voting history that will inspire young people to get involved!
Award-winning author Kathleen Krull takes an in-depth historical look at immigration in America—with remarkable stories of some of the immigrants who helped build this country.
Made for young readers, six and up, this book features portraits that celebrate the diverse beauty of human skin.
By depicting people from all over the world against a background that matches their skin tone, Ang lica Dass shows us how wonderfully colorful humans really are, questioning the concept of race and the limited categories we use to describe each other.
In November 1619 the Mayflower, with its cargo of pilgrim families, reached the shores of Massachusetts.