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  • Item #: 025622
    ISBN: 9780899195247
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    This India folktale has been retold and illustrated by Paul Galdone. The tale of a clever monkey outwitting a crafty (but not crafty enough!) croc is sure to illicit a few giggles from little ones at bedtime. 29 softcover pages. – Laura

  • Item #: 071674
    ISBN: 9780531243718
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  • Item #: 068777
    ISBN: 9781576584729
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  • Item #: 065270
    ISBN: 9781481470896
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  • Item #: 055482
    ISBN: 9780531259801
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  • Item #: 029120
    ISBN: 9781515195443
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  • Item #: 070517
    ISBN: 9781548429904
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  • Item #: 064805
    ISBN: 9781432976422
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  • Item #: 062861
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    Rich and smooth, this waterproof India ink is fun for pen and ink drawing, calligraphy, brushwork, or mixed media washes. The 2 oz. wide lid jar is ideal for dipping pen nibs and practicing your calligraphy. The opaque, permanent ink goes on strong and works well with technical pens and airbrushes too. Ink is water-based, non-toxic and made in the USA. However, use with caution, as it does not wash easily off of hands or out of clothes. ~ Emily

  • Item #: 018808
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    Double-sided board, including the entirety of India and Switzerland. 2-4 players.
  • Item #: 005652
    ISBN: 9780971412996
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    Subtitled “From Elizabeth the First to the Forty-Niners,” this volume of Story of the World takes another good-sized bite out of world history. The forty-two chapters are told in a similar style to the first two volumes, with each chapter divided up into shorter readings of a couple pages each, just enough to grab most children’s attention and keep it until they begin to tire of history, and their minds begin to wander. And Susan Wise Bauer’s exciting and engaging way of putting the “story” back into history, chances are they may even be begging for more! Like the other volumes, she also does a terrific job of taking the typical “European” slant out of her telling of world history, while incorporating events and people from all over the world in her chronological presentation, giving children a much more “complete” picture than they would likely otherwise get. As with the other volumes, this book is not meant to cover everything in the time period, but to hit the high points and serve as a springboard to explore people, events, and eras more thoroughly as desired. Topics covered in Volume 3 include Japanese warlords, colonies in the “New World”, spread of slavery, the “Sun King” of France, English in India, imperialist China, revolutionary war, Captain Cook’s explorations, age of industrialism in Europe, Napoleon, French Revolution, Lewis & Clark, Mexican independence, Africa and colonialism, the Opium Wars, the Gold Rush, and much, much more.

    The text is available in a paperback or spiral-bound version. The activity book is a bound paperback.- Jess

  • Item #: 032581
    ISBN: 9781683441175
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    Book 1, My Story and the World around Me, begins with understanding the place of family life and then slowly expands to include information about regions both near and far. It exposes students to local, regional, and national landmarks within the U.S. and eventually expands to include several cultural, geographical and political features existing in foreign lands. This book includes plenty of interactive lesson material, key vocabulary terms, and worksheets and quizzes for each section of the text. This consumable worktext contains a steady stream of full-color photos and images, hands-on projects, and text that is easy for young children to read. 408 pgs, pb.

  • Item #: 018720
    ISBN: 9780763680862
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    India Opal Buloni is a lonely, 10-year old preacher's daughter who has just moved to Naomi, Florida, with her father. She doesn't have any friends yet, but she is very independent and likable. Right away she happens upon a dog in the grocery store and takes him into her home and her heart, naming him "Winn-Dixie". The dog seems to mark a turning point, and soon after the adoption she begins making friends and getting to know people. He seems to have a knack for making people like him, despite his less than attractive appearance. India makes friends, gets a job, and starts to care about all the people around her… all because of Winn-Dixie. A Newbery Honor award winner.

  • Item #: 022748
    ISBN: 9780060080938
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    A delightful story about a little boy in grand clothes; fierce tigers who are talked out of eating a little boy when given pieces of his clothing; fighting tigers whirring so fast around a tree leaving only melted butter and pancakes. Set in India, this story might be familiar to those who have been around awhile by another name, but has now found its rightful setting and comes alive with winsome illustrations. Small (6.5” x 6.5”), 70 pg paperback ~ Janice

  • Item #: 001368
    ISBN: 9780590462068
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    Pam Conrad brings you this gripping log of Pedro de Salcedo, who was aboard the great voyage with Christopher Columbus from August 3rd of 1492 to February 14th of 1493. Pedro is a young man of only fourteen, and it is his first time away from home. The captain quickly makes him a sort of right-hand man. Pedro watches how intensely the men doubt Columbus from the beginning. The day before they finally touch land, Columbus promises they will turn around home. As fate would have it, the next day they land in a place Columbus names San Salvador. Here they gain experience with the natives, who are extremely docile and generous. In each place they land on, the people gradually become unfriendly - perhaps some words of caution were spread? Soon enough, the entire crew realizes they have not landed in India and there are no spices or silks or pearls. In fact, nobody except Columbus cares about anything except heading home to Spain at this point. After the sinking of the Santa Maria, some of the men board the Nina to go home, and the others are left behind to start a Spanish settlement in the New World. Pedro fears he may not ever return home. On the last day at sea, he encases a last letter into a barrel and throws it out to the ocean so that if it ever reaches his home, his mother should know that he loves her and she should pray for his soul. This recounting is sometimes suspenseful, troubling, and mystifying, but at all times it is engaging.

  • Item #: 049606
    ISBN: 9781893103306
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    Genevieve Foster is well known for her distinctive approach to teaching history. Firmly believing that history is drama, Miss Foster presents an engaging narrative of William Penn's life as well as those of his contemporaries throughout the world. Part one begins in 1660 and introduces us to William Penn, how he became a Quaker, his quest for religious freedom and how he received Pennsylvania. We then learn of his contemporaries including: the journeys of three French explorers: Marquette, Joliet and LaSalle; Louis XIV, the King of France, who ruled for seventy two years; mogul emperors of India and the Taj Mahal; the great age of Science (Sir Isaac Newton and Edward Halley); K'ang-Hse the great Manchu ruler of China and Peter the Great of Russia. We also revisit William Penn and learn of the many disasters that he experienced and how he came to return to England for his final days. Black and white illustrations, SC, 192 pgs. ~ Deanne

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  • Item #: 038381
    ISBN: 9781465444257
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     Topics include: standard map components, world time zones, informational maps, physical features, North American, European, South American, Asian, African and Australian political and physical maps; and regions of India, Middle East, Southeast Asia, and Russia.

  • Item #: 018010
    ISBN: 9780393059755
    Retail: $35.00
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    Parallel to SOTW, V2, this continuation of Susan Wise Bauer's adult level, readable world history is a "masterful narrative of the middle ages, when religion became a weapon for kings all over the world." Chronicling world history (not just European), the great conflicts of Europe are linked to power struggles in India and Asia and well-known figures stand side-by-side with others who were equally powerful but less well known to us. 745 pgs, hc. ~ Janice

  • Item #: 067908
    ISBN: 9780794539214
    Retail: $19.99
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     Divided into seven chronological sections with dates arranged in columns according to geographic location, this vibrantly illustrated book helps children (and parents!) “connect the dots,” putting worldwide events into their historical period. For example, did you know that Homer composed the Iliad and Odyssey in Europe during 800 BC, while the Hindu religion spread into Southern India that same year? Or that during the American Civil War (1860-1865 AD), the World’s first underground railway was built in London (1863), and Italy was unified? There is so much to learn in this fascinating book! Timeline begins in 10,000 BC and ends 1996. Beautifully illustrated. 128 pgs, hc. ~ Deanne

  • Item #: 064702
    ISBN: 9781576582336
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  • Item #: 062897
    ISBN: 9780938978497
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    …A Look at Languages from A to Z. Colorful illustrations introduce children to exotic locations around the world. Your travel host is Kate, the daughter in a missionary family, and her parrot friend Mack. Learn about places, languages, animals, religions, tribes, clothing and more fun facts. Add this to any geography unit study, or a unit on missionaries or world cultures! It's also just a fun read! I think a 2nd grader could read this alone, but a 5th grader would enjoy the story too. Some of the exotic locales include Arop, Bwisi, Catalan (sign language), Daakaka, Eastern Apurimac Quecha, Farefare, Ge and more all in alphabetical order until you get to Zinza! I love the stories about Kate's family traveling and sharing the love of God. sc, 104 pp, 10" x 8" ~ Sara

  • Item #: 043294
    ISBN: 9781599150161
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    This book, the fourth in M.B. Synge's Story of the World series, explores the era of European colonization throughout the world, and the battles that were fought by the major world powers of the time. The 47 short chapters cover British colonization in India, the American War for Indpendence, the campaigns of Napoleon, exploration and colonization in Africa, and much more. The chapters are short and engaging enough for read-alouds with plenty of action and dialogue. This is a reprint of the 1904 edition and is 262 pgs, pb. – Jess

  • Item #: 003908
    ISBN: 9780802465764
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    The story of a willful girl left in the hands of her aunt in England while her parents are missionaries in India.

  • Item #: 041466
    ISBN: 9780486409030
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    Many great people and many great times throughout the history of the world have been remembered through speeches. It's easy to think of some of these in the modern times – Martin Luther King Jr.'s "I Have a Dream," Richard Nixon's speech to astronauts on the moon, John F. Kennedy's inaugural address, and Winston Churchill's "Their Finest Hour," for example. Perhaps not so easy to name are some of those speeches that have held their place in time throughout the centuries – such speeches as Julius Caesar's "On the Treatment of the Conspirators," Socrates on his condemnation and death, Danton's "To Dare Again, Ever to Dare!" and Martin Luther before the Diet of Worms. Divided into seven parts, the 292 speeches in this book are drawn from: Earlier Times (Ancient Greece and Rome, Great Britain and Ireland, the early United States, Canada, South America, South Africa, India, and China), Recent Times (US domestic affairs, world affairs and WWII, and US affairs and WWII), Modern Times (US government, international affairs, and the United Nations), Informal Speeches (of the last two centuries), Important Speeches of the Sixties, Speeches by Black Americans, and Speeches from the period 1974 – 1997. From Pericles and Isocrates to Alexander Solzhenitsyn, Ronald Reagan, and the Earl of Spencer, these speeches are a great resource for history, inspiration, quotations, and much more. Speeches are indexed by topic, by nationality, and by speaker for ease of reference. ~ Zach

  • Item #: 015124
    ISBN: 9780865303720
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    Covers prehistory, ancient civilizations (Mesopotamia, Egypt, Mediterranean, India, China, Americas, Greece, Rome), the feudal system, the Crusades, Renaissance, Industrial Revolution, imperialism, slavery, WW I, WW II, the Holocaust, United Nations, the Cold War, communism, Vietnam War, and major world events.
  • Item #: 002218
    ISBN: 9781465453952
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    Let kids explore different cultures with this sticker activity book. Learn greetings from around the world, as well as different food, clothes, school life, and more! Includes over 250 reusable stickers. ~ Emily G

  • Item #: 033167
    ISBN: 9780890844144
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    This wonderful biography of Amy Carmichael reveals her strong faith in God as she determines to rescue children from India's temples.