It’s The Cat in the Hat visiting the dog show to explore how dog breeds are different in this nonfiction picture book for kids.
A sweet tale of a Japanese-American extended family’s journey, bridging two cultures with the most gorgeous pictures.
A dreamy remembrance of a child’s view of the long day’s work in the cotton fields illustrated with beautiful impressionist paintings.
A brilliant exploration of the history, eccentricities, resilience and sheer fun of the English language.
A vivid portrait of a passionate spirit who lived one of medieval England’s greatest love stories. A woman ahead of her time–making her own choices, flouting convention, and taking control of her destiny.
A German child caught by the terror of World War II and Hitler’s defeat at Stalingrad. Now only women, children, and the elderly are left with no place to hide.
Anthony Russell takes us inside his childhood growing up at Leeds Castle, with luxury and opulence few can imagine, and how he found his way in a changing society.
A quick nonfictional read that looks at a selection of highly irreverent, lol, words to describe our contemporary condition with definitions running the gamut from tràs practical to wild and crazy.
A tour through the history of English with 37 chapters to answer: “Why is English spelling so difficult?”
The ultimate battle plan and more – it’s Sun Tzu’s “The Art of War” for novelists and features timeless, innovative, and concise writing strategies and focused exercises.