* Juvenile Nonfiction
Juvenile Nonfiction Books. A variety of subjects for Children/Kids. Magic Tree Fact Checker Books. Drawing from Memory.
Drawing from Memory
Drawing from Memory by Allen Say. The Caldecott Medal Winner writes his memoir which covers his life in Japan until departing to America. A delightful story of inspiration for Tween/Middle School kids. Japanese Children Books. Juvenile/Kids/Children Non-Fiction Books.
Holocaust - Book Review
What was the Holocaust? How did it happen? Could it happen again? One of the most terrible events in human history happened over 60 years ago and occurred in Europe. Millions of people were intentionally killed…just because they were Jewish.
Hottest Race Cars - Book Review
Learn about the wild world of open wheel racing.
Magic Tree House Research Guides
Magic Tree House Research Guides for the Magic Tree House Books Series. True facts about the places Jack and Annie travel in Magic Tree House adventure books. Magic Tree House Fact Tracker Books. Juvenile Non-Fiction Books. BellaOnline Magic Tree House Children´s Books Site. Magic Tree House Adventure Books 1-28. Jack and Annie Adventure Story Books.
My Hindu Year - Book Review
This book teaches about the Hindu events, customs and celebrations which are celebrated by Hindu children.
Sex Education Juvenile/Kids Books
Age appropriate sex education books for preschool and elementary kids, tweens, teens and young adults. Juvenile Nonfiction Books. Sex Education Children Books. BellaOnline Children´s Books Site.
Solving the Mysteries of Stonehenge - Review
Stonehenge is a great stone circle in Southwestern England. It is one of the most famous ancient monuments and also one of the most mysterious.
The Gifted Kids’ Survival Guide – Book Review
If you’re (GT) gifted and talented, you’ve probably got lots of questions about why you think and learn that way you do. You probably think faster and more intensely than other kids.
Tragic History of JA Internment Camps – Review
This book covers the tragic history of the Japanese-American in Internment Camps. It relates details about when and how they became prisoners in their own country.
War Machines Warplanes - Book review Children's Books Homepage | Editor's Picks Articles | Top Ten Articles | Children's Books Site Map
Do you know what happened December 17, 1903? The Wright brothers took to the air in their aircraft at Kitty Hawk, North Carolina.
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