Kid Activists

Kid Activists

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Moving, funny, and totally true childhood biographies and full-color illustrations tell stories from the challenging but defining years of Martin Luther King, Susan B. Anthony, Helen Keller, Malala Yousafzai, and 12 other inspiring activists who championed our civil liberties-and shaped the world. Every...[more]


Kid Scientists: True Tales of Childhood from Science Superstars

Kid Scientists: True Tales of Childhood from Science Superstars

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From the author who brought young readers KID ATHLETES, KID PRESIDENTS, KID ARTISTS, and KID AUTHORS comes KID SCIENTISTS, a lively look into the childhoods of the world's most brilliant scientists. With the best elements of KID PRESIDENTS, KID ATHLETES, KID ARTISTS, and KID AUTHORS--colorful illustrations,...[more]


Kid Authors

Kid Authors

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From the team that brought young readers KID ATHLETES, KID PRESIDENTS, and KID ARTISTS comes KID AUTHORS, a lively look into the childhoods of the world's most beloved writers. With the best elements of KID PRESIDENTS, KID ATHLETES and KID ARTISTS--colorful illustrations, kid-relatable subjects, and real...[more]


Kid Artists

Kid Artists

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From the team that brought young readers KID ATHLETES and KID PRESIDENTS comes KID ARTISTS, a lively look into the childhoods of the world's most renowned artists. Young readers asked and we listened: kid artists are here! With the best elements of KID PRESIDENTS and KID ATHLETES--colorful illustrations, kid-relatable...[more]


Kid Athletes

Kid Athletes

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The author and illustrator of Kid Presidents have reteamed to share 20 true tales from the childhoods of famous athletes. From Babe Ruth (so incorrigible that his parents put him in reform school at age 7) to Muhammad Ali (who learned to fight at age 12 after a thief stole his bicycle), Kid Athletes...[more]


Kid Presidents

Kid Presidents

Quirk_publishing Publishing


Because every president started out as a kid. The kids who grew up to be president were like a lot of other children. Some struggled with schoolwork and got into fights; others pranked their teachers and infuriated their parents. William Howard Taft was forced to take dance lessons. Gerald Ford struggled...[more]