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  • Item #: 023522
    ISBN: 9780241953266
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    You've heard quotes from famous speeches; "The only thing we have to fear is fear itself." But have you ever wondered the context in which these quotes were said? This book contains over 100 speeches that have caused thought provoking conversation and change in our world. Topics include Ancient, Kings and Queens, the Birth of the United States, Civil Rights, Social Justice, the Age of Lincoln, and more. Read the words of Jesus, Moses, Socrates, Nelson Mandela, Martin Luther King Jr., Fredrick Douglas, Susan B. Anthony, and many more. 500 pgs, sc. – Laura

  • Item #: 012611
    ISBN: 9781481479615
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    This large, square, hardcover book by Lynne Cheney gives a random and interesting history of America that both kids and parents will enjoy. Each page of the book highlights a letter and then explains what it stands for. For example, 'A' is America, 'B' is for the Birthday of Our Country, 'C' is for the Constitution, and so on and so forth. A short description or explanation follows each letter. Each page is covered with colorful and fun pictures that illustrate the historical point that is being made. Inspiring and interesting quotes from famous ad influential Americans are included throughout the book. Notes in the back of the book expand upon the information provided on each page. ~Rachel S.

  • Item #: 044801
    ISBN: 9781426213915
    Retail: $40.00
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    Fitting all of human history into a 384-page book is a Herculean task, but one you might expect the folks at National Geographic to tackle. To bring the task down to size, topics include events in a particular area of the world over a specific time span. Each topic is presented in 2-to-6 page sections, in more or less chronological order. In addition to the very readable text, these sections include colorful photographs, maps, and period artwork. Inset in the text are quotes from famous people, related side stories of interest, and key dates and events of the era. The last 50 pages are devoted to the "At a Glance" section, a highlights section describing in one paragraph: Major Wars; Major Religions; Periods and Movements; Human Accomplishments; Leaders; Scientists, Inventors & Philosophers; Explorers; and, Artists. To keep things in perspective, an appendix lists dynasties, time periods, rulers, presidents and prime ministers of the major empires and nations. All in all, a good overview book from a trusted publisher. ~ Bob

  • Item #: 029926
    ISBN: 9780545094375
    Retail: $10.99
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    Get inspired during handwriting practice with famous quotes. This book contains 40 inspirational quotes and proverbs from leaders such as Gandhi, Martin Luther King, Benjamin Franklin, and others on topics such as character, friendship, leadership, and perseverance. The top of each page provides the handwritten quote, labeled with the author and his/her birth and death dates. Below the quote are three individual practice words taken from the quote, each appearing on a dotted midline for students to copy. Then, the bottom half of the page contains five dotted midlines for students to practice copying the entire quote. Teaching suggestions, a lined writing template, and two cursive alphabet student reference cards are also included. Reproducible. 48 pgs, pb. Lisa

  • Item #: 021517
    ISBN: 9780977264605
    Retail: $69.98
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    Things without structure have a way of failing at the most inopportune times. Things without structure can tend to languish behind in the forgotten world of "I'll get to it when I have time." One of the most helpful and uplifting things for a Christian is to have a steady structure for spending time in God's Word – which is Life itself. Balancing the Sword is a meticulous study of the Bible, designed to give its users a comprehensive working knowledge of what the Bible actually says. Each volume of this two-volume set covers every chapter of all 66 books in the Bible, though each set of questions is different. With over 7,000 questions in all, the average verse to question ratio is 2.7. There are also 54,000 cross references, over 1,000 quotes from famous people who acknowledge the Bible's greatness, and over 1,000 illustrations, literal depictions, charts, and maps. The answers to all the questions are actually included, and space is provided on every page to make notes of things that occur to the reader along the way. The set now comes with the online Balancing the Sword Reading Planner software that will help you customize a reading schedule all your own. The software's flexibility is impressive and is compatible with a range of internet browsers, including Explorer, Firefox, Safari, Chrome and Opera. The code for accessing the software is included with the book set (this replaces the CD version of the software that used to be bundled with the set). The introduction in the books includes ideas and tips for getting the most from this comprehensive and dedicated Bible study program. Each volume is 589 pgs, hc. - Zach

  • Item #: 021330
    ISBN: 9781584740124
    Retail: $20.00
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    Take a step back in time and visit with the great mothers of great men. Read about Mrs. Washington, Mrs. Franklin, Mrs. Adams, Mrs. Lincoln, and many others to catch a glimpse of mothers who shaped such greatness. An enchanting experience as you enjoy portions of history rarely revealed.

  • Item #: 041748
    ISBN: 9780984398300
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    54 puzzles providing a spiral review of Algebra 1 concepts all the while solving motivating quotes from various sports legends. Brief biographies are included.

  • Item #: 065461
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     This curriculum introduces your children to 52 key men and women from the 18th to mid-20th century who significantly contributed to our nation: revolutionary war heroes, presidents and leaders, scientists and inventors, humanitarians, writers, explorers, artists and athletes (approx. 7 in each category). Read aloud the Child’s Study of Famous Americans (301 pgs, consumable, reinforced spiral-bound, pb), which includes sidebars and discussion questions. Students can then complete the various puzzles, games, and writing exercises, and color each story’s blackline drawings. Includes a US map and a 6-page corresponding timeline to display. The 2nd component, the Lesson Manual (55 pgs, reinforced spiral-bound, pb), provides objectives, instruction, application and enrichment activities. Every other lesson includes an optional activity (includes materials list). ~ Ruth 

  • Item #: 065301
    ISBN: 9781492663645
    Retail: $14.99
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    Start your day with a quote from great minds like George Washington, Malala Yousafzai, Steve Jobs, and many more. The 5x5” calendar has a picture frame-like back so it can stand up on its own and display inspirational words all year long. – Laura

  • Item #: 008946
    ISBN: 9781882514021
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    Guide incorporates plans, activities, helps based on Famous Men and other books in study package.

  • Item #: 051083
    ISBN: 9780794531232
    Retail: $16.99
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    Most art books talk more about the painting itself than the artist. Here you learn about the person first. Kids learn things they won't get in just any old art book. Learn about the artist as a kid themselves, what they liked to do, and who inspired them. Most of the 35 artists are featured over two-page spreads, with more prolific artists getting four pages. There is a narrative, examples of their work, some representation of the person and where they come from, with snippets of information around the pages with funny little illustrations so it's not all so serious looking. Your students will like the easy-to-read format. This is not a text book, though there is a lot of information in this book. Use it as a starting point for a unit study on art and let kids choose a person to focus on. I think kids who are interested in art or museums will really enjoy this one. ~ Sara

  • Item #: 032732
    ISBN: 9781426325489
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  • Item #: 066443
    ISBN: 9780486808857
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  • Item #: 015551
    ISBN: 9781882514052
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    Main text for study package. As with other Famous Men books, it contains biographical sketches of famous men of the period, from Germanic chiefs to Joan of Arc (famous woman!). Other featured individuals include Attila, Patrick of Ireland, Charlemagne, Mohammed, Canute, and Marco Polo. Revised edition includes five new chapters by Rob Shearer, 36 chapters total.

  • Item #: 006630
    ISBN: 9780020419808
    Retail: $7.99
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  • Item #: 012170
    ISBN: 9780971710122
    Retail: $0.00
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  • Item #: 031113
    ISBN: 9781590841594
    Retail: $19.95
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    These attractive biographies are great for an interesting, educational read anytime - not just for school. The oversized books feature large, reader-friendly text accompanied by full page, colorful illustrations. Children will learn about the musicians' lives from their earliest years to their deaths, including the highlights of their musical careers and events that helped to shape them. Hardcover, 30 pages. - Melissa
  • Item #: 049940
    ISBN: 9789626343685
    Retail: $17.98
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    Do your children sometimes choose to not follow the rules? Turns out classical composer Antonio Vivaldi had the same problem when he was a priest. You didn't know he was a priest? How about that his father was a professional violinist? Learn some of the stories behind six famous composers and their music in this informative pair of CDs. A calm female voice narrates about the lives of six composers who wrote between 1678 and 1975: Beethoven, Mozart, Bach, Vivaldi, Shostakovich, and Dvorak. Samples of their music are interspersed with scenes acted out from their lives. The variety of voices keeps your interest. I listened to the section on Vivaldi's music. The narrator tells you what was going on in the composer's mind when he wrote his famous work The Four Seasons. Before you hear the piece called Springtime, the narrator tells you to listen for instruments that sound like birds chirping, so you will be actively listening. Then you hear Summer, Fall and Winter. For Winter, you are told that there is a cold wind, teeth are chattering and there are people ice skating. I can imagine kids closing their eyes and picturing this scene as they listen to the music. What a great discussion you could have following that experience! I see this being effective in a class, small group or with a student working independently. ~ Sara

  • Item #: 002534
    ISBN: 9780794531102
    Retail: $9.99
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    Usborne guides us through a celebration of 29 different artists from Raphael to Rothko! Each artist gets their own page (some get 2!) Learn about the person, where they painted, and how they painted as you see lots of photos and illustrations. This alone would be a fun book to look at, but then you add stickers – over 130 of them – and now you have an interactive art experience for your student! Stickers vary in size from about 1x2" to about 3x3" and are full-color, photographic quality. As you read, there are pale images where the stickers will go, so at the end you have a full color book about famous artists! Other artists include: Van Eyck, da Vinci, Goya, Manet, Matisse, Picasso, Dali, Pollock and more. Sc, 32pp with 10pp of stickers in the back. 9x12" ~Sara

  • Item #: 006402
    ISBN: 9781882514106
    Retail: $16.95
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    The next in the Greenleaf history series, covering the period from 1300-1550. Biographical sketches of over 30 of the most important people of this period include chapters on Petrarch, Giotto, the Medici, Da Vinci, Michelangelo, Dürer, Thomas More, Erasmus, Wycliff, Hus, Luther, Calvin, Zwingli, Menno Simons, Tyndale and Knox. 75+ black and white illustrations.

  • Item #: 066530
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     Kids learn from their environment as well as from books and other resources. Your visual learners will especially appreciate the attractiveness of these 4 posters each highlighting a different era of classical music and composers from that era. You see a color portrait and a paragraph, along with important dates. From the Renaissance & Baroque periods you have Palestrina, Byrd, Monteverdi, Vivaldi, J.S. Bach & Handel. From the Classical period there is C.P.E. Bach, Stamitz, Haydn, Mozart, Beethoven & Schubert. Of the Early Romantic period you see Berlioz, Mendelssohn, Chopin, Schuman, Liszt & Verdi. And of the Late Romantic period you see Wagner, Brahms, Tchaikovsky, Dvorak, Mahler & Debussy. Each poster measures 17”x 22” and is made of cardstock. There is a reproducible worksheet included for each poster. ~Sara

  • Item #: 031342
    ISBN: 9781937200893
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  • Item #: 031377
    ISBN: 9781937200916
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  • Item #: 031277
    ISBN: 9781937200879
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  • Item #: 031339
    ISBN: 9781937200923
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  • Item #: 031389
    ISBN: 9781937200909
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  • Item #: 031335
    ISBN: 9781937200886
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  • Item #: 031279
    ISBN: 9781937200862
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  • Item #: 003525
    ISBN: 9781438002491
    Retail: $19.99
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    This book inspired me to get my old LEGOS® down from the attic! If you've always dreamed of making LEGO® models of famous landmarks, this book is for you. It's filled with magnificent color photos of intricate LEGO® structures, representing famous places from around the world. Author Warren Elsmore tells about his start in building iconic LEGO® models and expounds on how they're built. He gives an overview of the most ten useful LEGO® bricks and discusses considerations in planning scale, details, colors and bricks to be used, and more. He tells how Computer-Aided Design (CAD) programs can be used to thoroughly plan models before they're built. Step-by-step instructions (with numbered diagrams) show how to make mini-models at home. Some of these mini-models include: a New York yellow cab, a London red phone box, and Rome's Trevi Fountain. And my, what inspiration is contained in these pages! It includes everything from little on-the-street scenes with instructions on how to recreate them yourself, to photos of massive replicas built by professional LEGO® modelers. Before long, you'll be mastering the art of LEGO® free-modeling, putting together these landmarks from all over the world: Paris, New York City, Seoul, Rome Shanghai, and many more. Or you could build Nelson's Column, the Sagrada Familia, or the Colosseum. Though directions aren't included for the largest models, don't be surprised if you come away from this book with all the knowledge you need to start creating your own mega-models! It also includes two pull-out posters showcasing St. Pancras Station and the World Trade Center. 256 pgs, semi-hardcover. –Chad
  • Item #: 009195
    ISBN: 9781580375887
    Retail: $6.99
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    Set of 8 strips show color illustrations and photos of artists & musicians from the year 80 AD through 1031. Each strip is 21"x 6" making them ideal as a wall border at eye level or to edge a bulletin board in a music or art space. You could have kids choose an artist to investigate further and write a report or make a presentation. ~ Sara