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The Middle Ages is a reader designed for Grade 4 from the Core Knowledge Foundation. The reader has complex vocabulary designed to prepare students for the increased demands of later grades, focusses on Western Europe in the middle ages, or medieval times. This resource is available with a teacher guide and activity book, at the …

 
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The Grass Seeker – As the weather turns warm, shepherd Room Singh takes his flock of goats and sheep and scales the Himalayas for fresh grass. With global warming a reality, this photo book traces the journey that a Gaddi shepherd has been making for the last 40 years, how many more will it be? …

 
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The Industrial Revolution from Core Knowledge Foundation for Grade 6 is a comprehensive study of the period of advancement caused by the development of machinery from the 1700s to the 1800s in Britain and America and includes such topics as working conditions, economic effects, capitalism and communism. This book also has a teaching guide and …

 
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Here is a story set in the hills that shows what bravery and grit can accomplish. Dichi, a brave Bhotiya girl takes part in the Chipko movement to save her beloved trees. Everybody in her village knows that trees give them all the important things in their life. Rapid deforestation in the Himalayan region of …

 
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This CKF Civil Rights Movement Grade 2 book provides facts and history behind 7 different civil rights leaders and some other extraordinary people involved in the civil rights movement and is aimed at content for Grade 2. Contents Chapter 1 Susan B. Anthony . . . . . . . . . . . . …

 
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The Time-Traveling River tells a tale of rivers and how important they are in history and for our future, and how we need to protect them. An important look at environmentalism from a river’s perspective. Written by Parinita Shetty, Illustrated by Sunaina Coelho Sample Text from The Time-Travelling River Rivers are like time machines. If people jump …

 
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A comprehensive textbook on Civil Rights in America, documenting the US civil rights movement from the introduction of slavery through to the enforcement of the Civil Rights Act and eradication of all discriminatory practices. This textbook was created by the US Bureau of International Information Programs and is available in Public Domain. Principal text written …

 
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Ancient Egypt is a reference book suitable for early to mid-elementary school students, grades 1-4. This is suitable for use as a reference for projects and as a learning tool, designed to be read aloud to early grades or to be read by older grades. More resources associated with this module, including a teachers guide …

 
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Cracking the Code: Women Who Have Changed the Way We Look at Computers tells the true story of the many women who have made significant contributions to the world of code and technology. We hear about the women who are behind the development or use of the sophisticated technology we have today, including Vandana ‘Vandi’ …

 
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BC First Nations Studies Part 1-4 covers the journeys of the First Nations of Canada, and is suitable for social studies for upper middle grade and high school The Canadian First Nations social studies texbook is licensed under Creative Commons, CC-BY-NC. This collection of school textbooks is comprised of four parts, Part One Relationship to …

 
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Marching to Freedom is a creative non-fiction picture book written around Gandhi’s famous march to freedom. Mahatma Gandhi and his followers are organising a march that will go down in history as a momentous event in the struggle for India’s freedom. The group are marching to Dandi to protest against the unfair salt tax imposed by …

 
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Bronia and the Bowls of Soup is a short tale of a young girl’s experience growing up in the ghettos and concentration camps in Poland and Germany. Bronia is a normal Jewish kid at Grade school in Poland, her family owns a small clothing shop and life is stable and happy. by Aaron Zerah As …

 
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The Magic Mango – How exactly did people communicate before the internet, by phone of course, but what about before we had phones? The Magic Mango is a story about the first international communication channels – telegraph, including a little bit of culture involving the tale of the magic mango trick performed by Indian street …

 
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Around the world with a chilli contains lots of fun facts for children about chilies and the places they come from. A young boy in India meets Ajar Uchu, the spirit of the chillies. The spirit tells the young boy all about the countries chillies come from and the travelers who traded with them and …

 
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The Tale of the Toilet is a delightfully entertaining non-fiction story bound to entertain children and inspire learning about the history of plumbing and toilet that dates back from a very long time. How toilet are similar or different from other parts of the world. From all around the globe everyone has the same problem …

 
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Annabella Crabtree Hostage – Iblis, Prince of Darkness in the Other World, is demanding Annabella Crabtree be returned to his control. In an attempt to avoid a war between the Dark and the Light, she is betrayed and spirited to France in the time of Caesar’s Gallic wars where she must survive, dependent only on …

 
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The Story Of Physics A comic book style story about the progress and concepts of physics through the ages. Great for a school project and for learning history. A Public Domain book from Arvind Gupta Toys. By: Avinash Deshpande    

 
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Annabella Crabtree and the djinni, Basil, are reunited when Hassan-i Sabbāh escapes imprisonment in the boiling mud of a Baluchistan volcano and embarks on a campaign of vengeance. To protect those closest to her, Annabella must return to the past to deal with him and finds herself embroiled in the Crusades. This is the second …

 
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How Old Is Muttajji? – A captivating story where two children try to work out how old Muttajji, their great grand mother, is. As they try to work our her age, they walk through many significant events and places in Indian history, and work through some basic mathematics. The end of the book provides some …

 
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Annabella Crabtree hunted : Hunted – The witching hour came and went and still the storm that lowered over Castle Alamut refused to break… The first line from a book by a popular author who also writes about Dragons amongst other things. Volume 1 in the epic Annabella Trilogy. This book is for “Young Adults” …

 
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