Simon Schwartz combines biography and fiction and explores the life of Arctic adventurer Matthew Henson in the form of a graphic novel. The story moves between different time periods. Schwartz also lets Inuit mythology take center stage.
Kate, Michael, and Emma Wimberly continue their adventure to find the Book of Beginnings and their lost parents. Kate now possesses the Emerald Atlas, and they are in even greater danger than before. Dr.
This is an excellent historical fiction book based on actual events and people. It is the story of fourteen-year-old Joe and his newspaper. Joe decides to publish a weekly newspaper for his small Maine town.
"Trailing Tennessee" by Cory Wheeler Mimms is a must read for anyone who loved "Hachet" by Gary Paulsen. This is a story of survival against nature. The setting for this story is the beautiful yet brutal Appalachian mountains. Eli is devastated after the sudden loss of his father.
In WhipEye by Geoffrey Saign, the main character, Samantha, and her neighbor, Jake, get mixed up in an ancient rivalry between Samantha's best friend, Charlie, who is a parrot, and an evil man named Magnar. Magnar wants to kill Charlie because he is the last of his kind of creatures.