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From: LoreensLit 7/9/13 (vegsource dealer program)
Subject:         425 + books US History,Lincoln,Civil War, Western Expansion, Jean Fritz, Underground Railroad, Dave & Neta Jackson, IF YOU LIVED, + More
Date: June 7, 2013 at 1:35 am PST


Hi! I have a big list of books that I am selling. Shipping is not included, and would be Media Mail plus $.75 for delivery confirmation. Insurance is optional. I take check with a 10 day hold, money order, or Paypal (Paypal on orders over $5 only) Please copy the title and the description with the price and send me a list of the books that you want. I will weigh them and get back to you with shipping costs.

I have a smoke free pet free home.


Email me! loreenjfitch@yahoo.com

Check out my Sonlight-Classics-Science-Math-Latin list and my ancient-Middle ages list. I also have books listed on the k-2 and the 7-12 boards. Thanks, Loreen


US History


The Discovery of the America's, by Betsy and Giulio Maestro, 48 pages, very nice picture book, $3.00

Horrible Histories The USA, by Terry Deary, full of fun interesting facts about the USA with cartoons, jokes and fun quizes, 192 pages, excellent condition, $3.00


Joy Hakim Story of US


A History of US Liberty For All, by Joy Hakim, book 5, excellent condition, looks unread, $8.00


CORNERSTONE of FREEDOM books


1. The Story of the Star-Spangled Banner, by Natalie Miller, Cornerstone of Freedom, hardback condition, $3.00 pending

2. The Story of the Declaration of Independence, Cornerstone of Freedom, hardback, excellent condition, $3.50

3. The Story of Ellis Island, Cornerstones of Freedom, by R. Conrad Stein, 31 pages, paper back, excellent condition, $3.50

4. The Story of the Declaration of Independence, by Norman Richards, Cornerstones of Freedom, 32 pages, hardback, excellent condition, $3.50

5. The Story of the Gettysburg Address, by Kenneth Richards, Cornerstones of Freedom, 32 pages, hardback, excellent condition, $3.50

6. The Story of the USS Arizona, by Conrad Stein, hardback, good condtiion, $3.00

7. The Nineteeth Amendment, by Conrad Stein, good condition, Hardback, $3.00

8. The Story of the Presidential Elections, by Jim Hargrove, Cornerstones of Freedom, 32 pages, excellent condition hardback, $3.50

9. The Story of the Liberty Bell, Cornerstones of Freedon, by Natalie Miller , hardback32 pages, excellent new condition, $3.00

10. The Story of the Monitor and the Merrimac, by Conrad Stein, 32 pages excellent condition, $3.00

11. The Story of Ellis Island, by R. Conrad Stein, hard back excellent condition, $3.00

12. The Story of The Gettysburg Address, Cornerstones of Freedon, by Kenneth Richards , hardback k3 2 pages, every good new condition, $3.00


13. The Sinking of the Battleship Maine, by Zachary Kent, Cornerstone of Freedom, soft back, a crease on the cover, good condition, $2.50

14. The Story of the Declaration of Independence , Cornerstones of Freedom, hardback, excellent condition, $3.50

15. The Story of Lewis and Clark Expedition, Cornerstones of Freedom, hardback, excellent condition, $3.50

16. The Story of the Statue of Liberty, Cornerstones of Freedom, hardback, excellent condition, $3.50

17. The Story of the Oregon Trail, by R. Conrad Stein, soft back, excellent condition, $2.50

18. The Story of Marquette and Jolliet, by Conrad Stein, Cornerstones of Freedom, soft back, excellent condition, $3.50

19. Story of the LEwis and Clark Expedition, by R. Conrad Stien, 32 pages, excellent condition, $3.00

20. The Story of the Liberty Bell, by Natalie miller, Cornerstones of Freedom, soft back,older paperback, good condition, $2.00

21. The Story of the Pony Express, By Conrad Stein, Cornerstones of Freedom, hardback, good condition, $3.00

22. Story of the Boston Tea party, by Conrad Stein, Cornerstons of Freedom, paperback, very good condition, $3.00

23. The Surrender at Yorktown, by Zachary Kent, Cornerstones of Freedom, good condition, $2.50

24. The Story of the Capitol, by Marilyn Prolman, Cornerstones of Freedom, hardback, excellent like new condition, $3.00

25. The Story of D-Day, by R. Conrad Stein, Cornerstones of Freedom, hardback, excellent like new condition, $3.00

26. The Story of the Battle of the Bulge, , by R. Conrad Stein, Cornerstones of Freedom, hardback, excellent like new condition, $3.00

27. The Story of Old Glory, , by Albert I. Mayer, Cornerstones of Freedom, hardback, excellent like new condition, $3.00

28. The Story of the Star Spangled Banner, by Natalie Miller, Cornerstones of Freedom, hardback, excellent like new condition, $3.00

29. The Great Depression, by R. Conrad Stein, Cornerstones of Freedom, softback, excellent like new condition, $2.50


30. The Story of the Golden Spike, by , by R. Conrad Stein, Cornerstones of Freedom, hardback, excellent like new condition, $3.00

31. The story of John Brown's Raid on Harper's Ferry, by Zachary Kent,
Cornerstones of Freedom, hardback, excellent like new condition, $3.00

32. The story of the Lincoln Memorial, by Natalie Miller, Cornerstones of Freedom, hardback, minor Slide wear, very good condition, $2.50


IF YOU LIVED books


2. If you Grew up With Abraham Lincoln, by Ann McGovern, like new, excellent condition,$3.25

3. If you Traveled West in a Covered Wagon, by Ellen Levine, hardback, former library copy, good condition, $3.00

4. If you Lived with the Sioux Indians, by Ann McGovern, excellent condition, $3.25

If you Lived with the Sioux Indians, by Ann McGovern, older yellow condition, $1.00

5. If you Traveled West in a Covered Wagon, by Ellen Levine, name in the inside cover, older paperback book, $2.00

6. If you Lived with the Sioux Indians, by Ann McGovern, name on the cover, slight bend on the front page edges, very good condition, $2.50

7. If you Lived with the Cheorkee, by Peter and Connie Roop, former classroom book, excellent like new condition, $3.00


9. If You Sailed on the Mayflowrer in 1620, by Ann McGovern, a crease on the back cover corner, good condition, $2.50

11. If your name Was Changed at Elis Island, by Ellen LEvin, new condition, $3.25


13. If you Lived at the Time of the Great San Francisco Earthquake, by Ellen Levine, excellent condition, $3.00

14. If you Lived with the Iroquois, by Ellen Levin, excellent condition, $3.25


17. If You were a Pioneer on the Prairie, by Anne Kamma, small crease on the front cover, very good condition, $3.00

18. If you Grew Up with George Washington, by Ruth Belov Gross, slight crease on the cover, good condition, $2.50

20. If You lived in Colonial times, by Anne McGovern, former classroom book, excellent like new condition, $3.00


24. If you Lived in Colonial Times, by Ann McGovern, name whited out on the cover, very good condition, $2.50

If you Lived in Colonial Times, by Ann McGovern, older copy, slightly yellowed, good condition, $1.75

25. If you Sailed on the Mayflower in 1620, by Ann McGovern, excellent condition, $3.25

. If you Sailed on the Mayflower in 1620, by Ann McGovern, older yellowed copy, good condition, $1.75

If you lived at the time of the San Fransico Earthquake, good condition, $2.50


WHO WAS Series:

1. Who Was Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart? bu Yona Zeldis MacDonough, like new conditon, $2.75

2. Who Was Ben Franklin, by Dennis Brindell Fradin, 106 pages, 3.2 reading level, excellent unread condition, $2.75


4. Who Was Johnny Appleseed? By Joan Holub, excellent like new unread condition, $2.75

5. Who Was Sacagawea? bu Judith Bloom Fradin, new condition, $2.75

6. Who Was Sacagawea? bu Judith Bloom Fradin, name on the cover, and edges, used in a classroom, good condition, $2.25


8. Who Was Ferdinand Megelland? By Sydelle Kramer, excellent like new unread, $2.50

9. Who Was Ben Franklin, by Dennis Brindell Fradin, excellent like new condtion, $2.50

IN THEIR OWN WORDS:

1. Christopher Columbus In Their Own Words, by Peter and Connie Roop, 128 pages, includes pictures, maps and diagrams, excellent unread condition, $3.00

2. Paul Revere, by George Sullivan, In Their Own Words, 128 pages, excellent condition, $2.50

3. Betsy Ross, In Their Own Words, by Peter and Connie Roop, 128 pages, very good condition, $2.50

4. Lewis and Clark in their Ow Words, by Peter and Connie Roop, 128 pages,a couple of smALL creases on the cover, very good condition, $2.25

5. Ben Franklin In their Own Words, by Peter and Connie Roop, name on the inside cover, excellent like new condition, $2.50

6. Abraham Lincoln In Their Own Words, by George Sullivan, 124 pages, Excellent unread condition, $3.00

7. Harriet Tubman, by George Sullivan, In Their Own Words, 127 pages, very good condition, $2.50

8. Paul Revere In Their Own Words, George Sullivan, name on the inside cover, excellent like new condition, $2.50

9. Ben Franklin by Peter and Connie Roop, In Their Own Words, 124 pages, small crease on the front cover, very good condition, $2.50

10. Helen Keller, In Their own Words, by George Sullivan, excellent condition, $2.50

11. The Wright Brothers, In Their Own Words, by George Sullivan, excellent unread condition, $2.25


CHILDHOOD OF FAMOUS AMERICANS


1. Ronald Regan, Young Leader, Childhood of Famous Americans, 192 pages, piece of tape on the spine, good condition, $2.00

2. Susan B. Anthony Champion of Women's Rights, by Helen Albee Monsell, like new condition, $3.00


3. Davy Crocket, Young Rifleman, by Aileen Wells Parks, Childhood of Famous Americans, 192 pages, excellent condition, $3.00

4. Albert Einstein, Young Thinker, by MArie Hammontree, Childhood of Famous Americans, 192 pages, excellent condition, $3.00

5. John Smith Jamestown Boy, by Thomas F. Barton hardback, 1966, very good condition, 3.75

6. Robert E. Lee, Young Confederate, by Helen Albee Monsell,Childhood of Famous Americans, 192 pages, very good condition, $3.00


17. Betsy Ross, Designer of Our Flag, by Ann Weil, Childhood of Famous Americans, good condition, $2.25

18. Davy Crockett, Young Rifleman, by Aillen Wells Parks, Childhood of Famous Americans, excellent condition, $3.00

19. Teddy Roosevelt, Young Rough Rider, by Edd Winfield Parks, excellent condition, $3.00

Trail Blazer Books: Dave and Neta Jackson

1. The Chimney Sweep Ransom, By Dave and Neta Jackson, (John Wesley), excellent condition, $3.50


2. Listen to the Whippoorwil, Harriet Tubman, by Dave and Neta Jackson, excellent l condition, $3.50

3. Kidnapped by River Rats, William and Catherine Booth, excellent condition, $3.50

4. The Theives of Tyburn Square, Elizabeth Fry, by Dave and Neta Jackson, excellent condition, $3.50

5. Flight of the Fugitives Gladys Alward, by Dave and Neta Jackson, a couple of small creases on the back cover, very good condition book, $3.25

6. The Drummer Boy's Battle, Florence, Nightingale, by Dave and Neta Jackson, like new condition, $3.50

Jean Fritz books


1. The Double Life of Pocahontas, by jean Fritz, excellent like new condition, $2.50

2. George Washington’s Breakfast, by Jean Fritz, slightly yellowed, good condition, $1.75

3. Where Was Patrick Henry on the 29th of May? by Jean Fritz, a couple of creases on the cover, $2.00

4. Why Don’t You Get a Horse, Sam Adams, by Jean Fritz, unread like new, excellent condition, $3.25

5. Just a Few Words, Mr. Lincoln, by Jean Fritz, 2-3rd grade level, All Aboard Reading, crease on the cover, good condition, $2.00

6, Just a Few Words, Mr. Lincoln, by Jean Fritz, All Aboard Reading, excellent condition, $3.00

7. Bully For you Teddy Roosevelt, by Jean Fritz, 127 pages, great bio of this famous president, good condition crease on the cover, $2.00


9. Make Way for Sam Houston, by Jean Fritz, former library copy, plastic on the cover, excellent condition, $3.00

12. George Washington’s Breakfast, by Jean Fritz, excellent condition, $2.75

14. Where to do You think You are Going, Christopher Columbus, new book, $4.00

15. Where to do You think You are Going, Christopher Columbus, wear on the cove,name on the inside, small taped tear on the back cover, $1.50


20. Stonewall, by Jean Fritz, name on the front of the book and inside cover, good condition, $2.25

21. Will You Sign Here, John Hancock? By Jean Fritz, hardback, former library copy, good condition, $2.50


LANDMARK BOOKS


1. The Witchcraft of Salem Village, by Shirley Jackson, landmark books, crease on the cover, good condition, $2

2. Robert Fulton and the Steamboat, by Ralph Nading Hill, Landmark book, hardback, copyright 1954, very nice condition, $3.50

3. The American Revolution, by Bruce Bliven Jr. Landmark Books, 153 pages, very good condition, Former library copy, very good condition, $2.50

4. Landing of the Pilgrims, by James Daugherty, former classroom copy excellent condition, $2.50 pending


6. Pioneers Go West, by George R. Stewart, Landmark book, former school library book, stamped on the page edges and on the inside cover, good condition, $2.50

7. The Story of D- Day June 6, 1944, by BruceBliven jr. Landmark Books,slightly yellowed, unread excellent condition, $2.25


COLONIAL TIMES


Plymouth Plantation

1. Turkey Pilgrims and Indian Corn, by Edna Barth, 96 pages, former library copy, the cover has some wear with a 1"x1.5" piece torn off the back corner, but taped, fun chapter books with lots of pictures, $3.00

2. The First Thanksgiving, by Lou Rogers, Older hardback 32 pages, sweet story with colored pictures information in the back of the book that could be used to form discussion question, Good condition, $2.50

3. Squanto, The Pilgrim Adventure, by Kate Jassem,48 pages, Troll Associates, good condition, room 8 written on the cover, $2.00

4. Sailing to America, Colonists at Sea, by John E. Knight, Adventures in Colonial America, name on the inside cover, very good condition, $2.25


6. On the Mayflower, by Kate Waters, voyage of the Ship’s Apprentice and a Passenger girl, 40 pages, colored pictures, very good condition, $2.50

7. Plymouth Pioneers, by Colleen Reese, The American Adventure #2, 142 pages, story of 2 children who are part of the Plymouth colony and help to support their family during the starving times, excellent unread condition, $3.00

8. Three Young Pilgrims, by Cheryl Harness, gorgeous pictures, about 32 pages,slight crease on the cover, very good condition, $3.00

9. The First Thanksgiving, by Linda Howard, Step into Reading level 3, 48 pages, like new, $2.25

10. William Bradford The First Thanksgiving, Animated Hero Classics, Living History Productions, coloring and Activity book, by Laurie Bonnelll Stephens, 43 pages of puzzles, matching, word searches, mazes, coloring pictures, I found 4 pages with writing on them including 3 dot to dot puzzles that were done, but lots of other fun activities to do. $2.50

11. Sarah Morton’s Day, by Kate Waters, very good condition, unread, $2.75

12. Squanto and the Pilgrims, by A. M Anderson, hardback, former library, 1959 publishing, 156 pages, excellnet condition, 3.00


14. On the Mayflower, Voyage of the Ship's Apprentice and a Passenger Girl, by kate Waters, picture book, excellent condition, $3.00

15. If You Sailed on the Mayflower, by Ann McGovern, older paper back, slightly yellowed, but good condition,80 pages, $1.50

16. Happy Thanksgiving Things to Make and Do, by Judith Conaway, creative fun activities to make for Thanksgiving, Lots of fun, 45 pages, small crease on cover very good condition, $2.75

17. The Mayflower Adventure The American Adventure Series, # 1, 135 pages, excellent condition, $2.50

18. Margaret Pumphrey’s Stories, by Elvajean Hall, excellent story of the Journey of the Pilgrims from England to Amsterdam to the New world and the establishment of the colony, 4th grade level, good condition, $2.50

19. Samuel Eaton’s Day By Kate Waters, A Day in the Life of a Pilgrim Boy, excellent condition, $3.00

20. The Plymouth Colony, by Andrew Santella, We the People, hardback, 48 pages, inscription on the inside cover, pictures, text, excellent condition, $3.00

21. Pilgrims Plantation, by June Behrens and Pauline Brower, 32 pages, picture book former library copy, very good condition, $2.50


23. Pilgrims of Plymouth, by Susan E. Goodman, National Geographic Society, Pictures from Plymouth Plantation, gorgeous pictures, 17 pages, ages 4-8 very good condition, $2.75

24. John Billington Friend of Squanto, by Clyde Robert Bulla, hardback, 2-4th grade level, 88 pages, wonderful story by one of my favorite kids author, excellent condition, $4.00


26. The First Thanksgiving by Jean Craighead George, picture book about 32 pages, gorgeous pictures, excellent condition, $2.50

27. Happy Thanksgiving Things to Make and Do, by Judith Conaway, some minor wear on the cover, $1.50

28. Young Squanto, First Start Biography, The First Thanksgiving, 32 pages, cute pictures, excellent condition, $2.00

29. Sqaunto and the first Thanksgiving, by Joyce K. Kessel, 48 pages, 2nd-3rd grade level, very good condition, $2.25

30. The Story of the Pilgrims, by Katharine Ross, picture book, great colored pictures, about 32 pages, excellent condition, $2.25


Jamestown


1. Jamestown Cobbleston, A History Magazine for Young People, April 1994, 48 pages, full of stories, poems, pictures, info facts etc....very good condition, $3.50

2. . Pocahontas, Indian Princess, by Patricia Adams, 3.6 grade level, 92 pages, excellent condition, $2.25

3. The Story of Pocahontas Indian Princess, by Patricia Adams, 92 pages, 3.6 grade level, minor wear on the cover, good condition, $2.00

5. The Double Life of Pocahontas, by Jean Fritz, 96 pages, name on the cover on the page edges, good condition, $2.00

4. The Story of Pocahontas, by Lucille Recht Penner, Step into Reading a step 2 book for grades 1-3, very good condition, $2.25
5. The Double Life of Pocahontas, by jean Fritz, excellent like new condition, $2.50

6. Pocahontas An American Princess, by Joyce Milton, All Aboard Reading, 48 pages, 1-2nd grade level, $2.25

7. Pocahontas, by Jan Gleiter and Kathleen Thompson, First Biographies, 2nd grade level, 32 pages, picture book, nice pictures, good condition, $2.50

8. the Mystery at Jamestown First Permanent English colony in America, by Carole March, 136 pages, Great way to introduce this period of time to your kids, excellent condition, $2.75


10. Roanoke The Lost Colony, An Unsolved Mystery, by Jane Yolen and Heidi Elisabet Yolen Stemple, picture book, gorgeous pictures, about 32 pages, excellent condition, $2.75

11. Young Pocahontas, Indian Princess, First Start Biography, 32 pages, very good condition, $2.00

Colonial America

1. Emma’s Joournal, by Marissa Moss, The story of a Colonial Girl, name on the cover, good condition, $2.50

2. Journey to Monticello, Traveling in Colonial Times, Adventures in Colonial America, by James E. Knight, inscription on the inside cover, very good condition, $1.50


5. Happy Birthday, Felicity Excellent condition, $2.50

7. Boston Jane, Au Adventurer, by Jennifer L. Holm, 272 p
ages, story about a young girl who travels to Boston, good condition, $2.00

8. The Witchcraft of Salem Village, by Shirley Jackson, landmark books, crease on the cover, good condition, $2.00

9. The American Revolution by Joann Grote, $11, excellent unread condition, $2.75

12. The Stowaway, by Nancy Rue, The Invasion $3.00

13. Emma’s Journal, by Marissa Moss, The Story of a Colonial Girl, a fun diary style of book with little drawings in the margins, minor wear on the cover, good condition, $2.25

14. Emma's Journal, by Marisa Moss, The story of a Colonial Girl, about 48 pages, written in journal form with little pictures on the side of the pages, excellent like new condition, $3.00

15. Emma's Journal, by Marissa Moss, The Story of a Colonial Girl, A Young American Voices Book, about 62 pages, excellent condition, $3.00 pending

16. Standing in the Light, The Captive Diary of Catherine Carey Logan, Dear America Series, Delaware Valley Pennsylvania, 1763, excellent condition, $4.00

18. A Break with Charity At Story about the Salem Witch Trials, by Ann Rinaldi, good condition, $2.50

19. A History of US: Reconstuction and Reform, by Joy HAkim, hardback, excellent condition, $8.50

20. First American Colonies, by Yannick oney, 2-3 grade, good condition, $2.00

21. The Village, Life in Colonial Times, by James E. Knight, Adventures in Colonial America, 32 pages, very good condition, $2.25

22. A Williamsburg Household, by Joan Anderson, super neat book with photos of Colonial Williamsburg, about 60 pages, excellent condition,
$4.50

25. An Introduction to Williamsburg, By Vallerie Trip, beautiful pictures of this historical town, great resouce to use while studying colonial times, map of the city, written by an Americal Girl author, excellent condition, $3.00

26. Surrender at Yorktown, by Joyce Haight, 16 pages, very good condition, $2.50

27. Log Cabin Home , Advemtires om Frontier America, by Catherie E. Chambers, Pioneers in the Wilderness, good condition, $2.00


BEN FRANKLIN

1. Ben Franklin, by Enid La Monte Meadowcroft, 186 pages, older paperback, yellowed pages, but still good condition, $1.00


2. Benjamin Franklin by Charles P. Graves, 78 pages, older paper back book a little yellowed but in good condition, $1.00

3. Benjamin Franklin In His Own Words, by Peter and Connie Roop, 127 pages, excellent unused condition, $3.00

4. Ben Franklin and the MAgic Squares, by Frank Murphy, 48 pages early reader, very good condition, $2.50

5. Ben Franklin Printer, by David A. Adler, 124 pages, good condition, great for older elemetary - jr. high, good condition, crease on the back cover, but good conditon, $3.50

6. Ben and Me, by Robert Lawson, cute story of Ben Franklin and a mouse, former classroom book,like new condition, $2.75

7. Ben Franklin by Jack Kelly, Heroes of America Illustrated Lives, 240 pages, good condition, crease on the back cover, $3.00

8. Benjamin Franklin, by Peter and Connie Rupp, In Their Own Words, 127 pages, excellent unread condition, $2.50

9. Benjamin Franklin: Extraordinary Patriot, by Deborah Kent, Scholastic Biography, 130 pages, wear on the cover but in fair condition, $1.50

10. Ben Franklin In their Own Words, by Peter and Connie Roop, name on the inside cover, excellent like new condition, $2.50

11. A Picture Book of Benjamin Franklin, by David A. Adler, darling pictures, about 32 pages, excellent condition, $2.50

12. Go Fly a Kite, Ben Franklin, by Peter and Connie Roop, cute early chapter book about Ben Franklin's early years, 3.5 reading level, crease on the cover, but good condition, $2.00

13. Ben Franklin and the Magic Squares, by Frank Murphy, Step into Reading level 4 for 2-3 grade, A Math Reader, 48 pages, good condition, $2.25

14. Ben Franklin by Peter and Connie Roop, In Their Own Words, 124 pages, small crease on the front cover, very good condition, $2.50

15. Meet Benjamin Franklin, by Maggi Scraf. hardback, very good condition, $2.50

16. Who Was Ben Franklin, by Dennis Brindell Fradin, 105 pages, excellent like new condition, $2.75

17. Meet Benjamin Franklin, by Maggi Scarf, 64 pages, slight crease on the cover, very good condition, $2.25

18. A Book about Benjamin Franklin, by Bev Gross, 64 pages, 3rd grade level, written in the style of If you lived book, name on the inside cover, pictures on every page, good condition, $2.25

19. Who Was Ben Franklin, by Dennis Brindell Fradin, 106 pages, 3.2 reading level, excellent unread condition, $2.75

20.
Ben of Old Philadelphia, by Margaret Cousins, Landmark book, new condition, $3.00

Ben of Old Philadelphia, by Margaret Cousins, Landmark book, former school copy, several creases on the front cover, a piece of tape on the spine, the pages are clean, a bend on the bottom of the book, readable, $1.00


GEORGE WASHINGTON


1. Let's Read About George Washington, by Kimberly Weinbberger, Scholastic First Biographies, about 32 pages, excellent unread condition, $2.25

2. The Adventures of George Washington, by Mickie Davidson, 72 pages, older scholastic book, good condition, tiny rip on back cover, $1.00

3. Geroge Washington, Soldier, Hero , President, DK book, by justine and Ron Fontes, reading level 2-3 grade, excellent condition, $2.25
4 Let’s Play Solider George Washington, By Peter and Connie Roop, 57 pages, 3.5 reading level, new book $1.50

5. George Washington, Heroes of America Illustrated Lives, hardback, very good condition, 239 pages, $4.00

6. The Story of George Washington, Quiet Hero, by Joyce Milton, 3.2 reading level, 92 pages, excellent unread condition, $2.50

7. George Washington’s Socks, by Elvira Woodruff, 166 pages, 5th grade level, this is a time travel book where contemporary kids go back in time to when Washington crosses the Delaware, former library copy, some creases, good condition, $1.50

8. George Washington’s Socks, by Elvira Woodruff, 166 pages, 5th grade level, this is a time travel book where contemporary kids go back in time to when Washington crosses the Delaware, very good condition, couple of small creases on the back cover, $2.50

9. George Washington, A Picture Book Biography, by James Gross Giblin, picture book with gorgeous pictures, about 32 pages, very nice, $3.00
10. George Washington’s Breakfast, by Jean Fritz, slightly yellowed, good condition, $1.75

11. George Washington, The Man Who Would Not Be King, by Stphen Drensky, 116 pages, 6th grade level, excellent like new condition, $2.50

12. George Washington, Our First President, by Garnet Jackson, Hello Reader, level 2, Kindergarten-2nd grade, excellent condition, $2.25

17. I Did it With My Hatchet, A Story of George Washington, by Robert Quackenbush, hardback, former Library copy, picture book, good condition, $2.75

18. Valley Forge, by Richard Ammon, gorgeous pictures and text, 32 pages, excellent condition, $2.75

THOMAS JEFFERSON

1. Jefferson Man of Many Talents, by Johanna Johnston, 32 pages, older paperback, former school copy good condition, $2.00

2. Thomas Jefferson, by Victoria Sherrow, History Maker Bios, 48 pages, lots of pictures and text, excellent condition, $2.50

3. Journey to Monticello: Traveling in Colonial America, by James E. Knight, story about a messenger who travels from Massachusetts to Monticello with secret documents for Thomas Jefferson, former library copy, good condition, $2.50

4. Thomas Jefferson, Author, Inventor, President, by Carol Green, A Rookie Biography, 48 pages, early chapter book, lots of pictures and info, name on the inside cover, some wear on the cover, but very readable, $2.00

5. The Constitution, by Warren Colman, A New True Book, 45 pages, good condition, $2.25

REVOLUTIONARY WAR

1. War Comes to Willy Freeman, by James Lincoln Collier, 4.8 level, 178 pages, story of a black girl who disguises herself as a girl during the Revolutionary war time, excellent condition, $2.50

2. Boy stories of Great Men, by Elisie E. Egermeier, older hardback with original dust cover, 1931 printing, 184 pages, Includes 18 stories about famous men, including Abe Lincoln, George Washington, William Carey, Dwight L. Moody, Henry Ford and others, Neat old book, $15.00

3. Sam the Minuteman, by Nathaniel Benchley, 62 pages, excellent condition, $2.25

4. Tree of Freedom, by Rebecca Caudill, 5th grade level, story of a pioneer family that moves to Carolina in 1780 to clear the land, build a cabin and raise crops, a little wear on the cover, $2.00

5. Daughter of Liberty by Robert Quakenbush, Story of a girl who helps General Washington retrieve some important papers behind enemy lines, 55 pages, excellent condition, $2.50

6. The American Revolution by Joann Grote, $11, excellent unread condition, $2.75

7. Sam the Minuteman, by Nathaniel Benchley, former classroom copy, very good condition, $2.25

8. The Signers, the 56 Stories behind the Declaration of Independence, by Dennis Brindell Fadin, 118 pages, very nice, $3.00

9. Thomas 1778- Patriots on the Run, by Bonnie Pryor, American Adventures, former library copy two marker swipes on the edges, excellent condition, $2.50

10. The Constitutional Convention, by Martin Mc Phillips, 59 pages, chapter book with pictures and drawings, very good condition, 4-6 grade level, $3.00

11. Give Me Liberty! The Story of the Declaration of Independence, by Russell Freedman, story of the Declaration with pictures and chapters, 90 pages, like new, excellent condition, $3.50

12. Day of Glory: The Guns at Lexington and Concord, by Philip Spencer, 187 pages, good condition, a couple of creases on the cover, and a name marked out on the spine about 1” long, $2.25

13. . My Brother Sam is Dead, by James Lincoln Collier and Christopher Collier, story of the Revolutionary war and 2 brothers, excellent condition, $3.00

14. Sarah Bishop, by Scott O Dell, 230 pages, story of a teenage girl during the Revolutionary War, good condition, $2.50

15. Betsy Ross, In Their Own Words, by Peter and Connie Roop, 128 pages, very good condition, $2.50

16. Mr. Revere and I, by Robert Lawson, hardback, former library school copy, 1953 excellent condition, $4.25


17. The American Revolution, by Bruce Bliven Jr. Landmark Books, 153 pages, very good condition, Former library copy, very good condition, $2.50


18. An Eye for an Eye, A story of the Revolutionary War, by Peter and Connie Roop, Jamestown's American Portraits, 168 pages, former library copy but never used, excellen like new condition, $3.50

19. Where Was Patrick Henry on the 29th of May? By Jean Fritz, excellent new condition, $4.00

20. A Little Maid of Narragansett Bay, by Alice Turner Curtis, 190 pages, ages 7-12, includes a paper doll to cut out, crease on the back cover but otherwise in excellent condition, $4.00

22. Captain Grey by Avi, story about a boy who is taken prisoner by a pirate in the late 1700’s, good condition, former library book, $2.50

23. The Winter Hero, by james Lincoln Collier and Christopher Collier, Story about a young man who wants to fight in the Revolutionary War but only has a sword to use, 152 pages, good condition, slightly yellowed, $1.50

23. The Invasion, by NAncy Rue, The Williamsburg Years, Christian Heritage Series, book 11, good condition, $2.50

24. The Secret Soldier, The Story of Deborah Sampson, by Ann Mc Govern, story of a girl who dressed as a man in order to fight in the Revolutionary War, excellent condition, former library copy with plastic cover, 3rd grade level, $2.75

25. Sew What Betsy Ross, by Peter and Connie Roop, 57 pages, 3.5 grade level, good condition, fun book, $2.00

26. Revolutionary War On Wednesday, by Mary Pope Osborne, Magic Tree House #22, excellent like new condition, $2.50

27. Betsy Ross, Girl of Old Philadelphia, by Ann Weil, older hardback, 1954 printing, 192 pages, sweet book, $3.00

28. Very Funny Elizabeth, by Valerie Trip, An American Girl story set in 1776, a companion to the Felicity books, 81 pages, good condition, crease on the front cover, $2.50

29. They Made a Revolution 1776, By Jules Archer, very good condition, former classroom copy name on the edges, $2.25

30. The Sign Painter’s Secret, The story of a Revolutionary Girl, by Dorthy and Thomas Hoobler, 52 pages, chapter book, 3 grade level, excellent unread condition, $2.25

31. The 4th of July Story, by Alice Dalgliesh, former library or classroom copy, some wear on the cover, readable, $1.00

32. Johnny Tremain, by Esther Forbes, hardback with dust cover, a small tear on the dust cover, clean pages, tight spine, very good condition, $4.50


34. The Secret Soldier by Ann McGovern, The story of Deborah Sampson, 3rd grade level, 64 pages, good condition creases on the cover , name on the inside cover, $2.00

38. Daniel Boone, by Roy Memerson, Heroes Of America Illustrated Lives, 239 pages, good condition, $3.00

40. An Eye for An Eye by Peter and Connie Roop, Jamestown American Portraits, A story of the Revolutionaray War, story about a girl involved in the war, excellent condition, $2.75

41. The American Revolution by Joann E. Grote, 143 pages, The American Adventure #11, very good condition, $2.75

42. Daniel Boone and the Wilderness Road, by Catheine Chambers, Adventures in Frontier America, excellent condition, about 32 pages, $2.50

43. Paul Revere, by George Sullivan, In Their Own Words, 128 pages, excellent condition, $2.50

44. The Hero of Ticonderoga, by Gail Gauthier, 231 pages, story about a modern day girl who recently moved to Vermont that must give an oral report on the state’s Hero, Ethan Allen. Sorme profanity from original accounts of Ethan Allen and a character in the book, Fun way to learn about this American Revolutionary Hero, Very good condition, with just a small crease on the back corner, a couple of x’s on the page edges, $2.50

45. Give Me Liberty, By Russell Freedman, The story of the Declaration of Independence, 90 pages, excellent unread condition, has a stamp inside for a school, but clearly this is unread, $4.00

46. Stranger in Williamsburg, by Wanda Luttrell, story of a girl who is caught up in the American Revolution, put out by David C. Cook, Chariot Books, ages 10 and up, former church library copy, excellent condition, $3.00

47. Valley Forge, by Richard Ammon, gorgeous pictures and text, 32 pages, excellent condition, $2.75

49. Abigal Adams Young Patriot, by Francene Sabin, and Joann Early Macken, 55 pages, early grade biography, excellent unread condition, $2.25

52. George The Drummer Boy, by Nathaniel Benchley, a couple of crease on the cover, good condition, $1.75

53. Why Don’t You Get a Horse, Sam Adams, by Jean Fritz, unread like new, excellent condition, $3.25

54. Paul Revere’s Ride, by Henry Wadsworth Longfellow, picture book very good condition, $2.00

55. Colonial Times, 1600-1700 Chronicle of America, by Joy Masoff, 48 pages, pictures, text, Illustrated with photographs from American Living History Museums, such as Plymouth Plantation, very good condition, $2.25


POST REVOLUTION ---


LEWIS AND CLARK EXPEDITION


1. Sacajawea Guide to Lewis and Clark, by Della Rowland, excellent condition, 4.9 reading level, $2.50

2. The Lousiana Purchase, by Peter and Connie Roop, 84 pages, great text, maps and pictures, very good condition, $3.00

3. Sacajawea Her True Story, by joyce Milton, All Aboard Reading level 2, 48 pages, excellent condition, $2.25


5. Who Was Sacagawea? by Judith Bloom Fradin, and Dennis Brindell Fradin, 2.8 reading level, 107 pages, excellent condition, $2.75

6. Tall Tails Cross- Country with Lewis and Clark, by Dona Smith, 137 pages, good condition, small piece of tape on the spine, good condition, $2.50

7. Lewis and Clark In their own Words, by George Sullivan, 128 pages, lots of info, text and pictures, excellent condition, $2.75 pending

8. A Picture Book of Scagawea, by David Alder, pictures book, 32 pages, very good condition, $2.50

9. Lewis and Clark A Prairie Dog For President, by Shirley Raye Redmond, Step into Reading level 3, excellent new condition, $2.50
10. The Lewis and Clark Expedition, Coloring Book, by Peter F. Copeland, Dover Coloring book, excellent unused condition, $2.50

11. . The Lewis and Clark Expedition, by Patrick McGrath, hard back, 64 pages, includes chapters, info, pictures and maps of the journey, former library copy, good condition, $3.00

12. Lewis and Clark Expedition Coloring book, Dover Coloring Book, by Peter F. Copeland, $2.50

13. Seaman’s Journal, On the Trail with Lewis and Clark, by Patricia Reeder Eubank, hardback, story of a Newfoundland dog that goes on the journey with Lewis and Clark, gorgeous pictures, a cut out dog on a string for a bookmark, with dust cover, new condition, great addition to your kids library, originally $15.95 selling for $7.00

14. Seaman The Dog Who Explored the West with Lewis and Clark, by Gail Langer Karwoski, 185 pages, minor wear on the page edges, very good condition, $3.35

15. Dog of Discovery, by Laurence Pringle, A Newfoundland's Adventure with Lewis and Clark, 149 pages, fun diary style of book, excellent condition, $2.75

16. Streams to the River; River to the Sea, by Scott O’Dell, hardback permabond, former school copy, number on the bottom of the book, school sign up sticker on the inside cover, good condition, $2.25


17. Lewis and Clark and Me, A Dog's Tale, by Laurie Myers, 64 pages, chapter book, pictures, story told by the dog's view point, $2.50

18. Dog of Discovery, A Newfoundland’s Adventures with Lewis and Clark, by Laurence Pringle, wear on the cover, a crease on the cover, good condition, $2.75


EARLY 1800’s

1. Davy Crockett, Young Pioneer, by Laurence Santrey, 48 pages, hardback, very nice condition $2.00 pending

2. The Wanderer, by Sharon Creech, Newberry Honor, story of a young girl who sails with her uncles and cousins, 305 pages,good condition, 5th grade level, $2.50

3. Encyclopedia of Presidents James Madison, by Susan Cliton, 98 pages, a great way to learn about this president, biography, pictures, info in chapter form, excellent condition, $4.00

4. The Story of Davy Crocket: Frontier Hero, by Walter Retan, 102 pages, older paperback book, good condition, $1.50

5. Johnny Appleseed, by Eva Moore, 48 pages, 48 pages, excellent condition, pictures on every other page, 3rd grade level, $3.00

6. Johnny appleseed, by Carol Beach York, former library copy, 46 pages, excellent condition, $2.25

7. Lyddie, by Katherine Patterson, story about a young girl in the Massachusetts weaving mills in the 1840’s. 182 pages, 5th grade level, very good condition with a slight crease on the upper front cover, $2.50

8. A Gathering of Days By Joan W. Blos, Newberry Award, Dairy format about a 13 year old girl’s life during the 1830’s 144 pages hardback, former library copy, writing on the back inside cover, $3.00

9. A Picture Book of Sacagawea, by David Adler, picture book, super nice pictures, excellent unread condition, $3.00

10. The Story of the Star Spangled Banner, by Natalie Miller, Cornerstones of Freedom, hardback, 31 pages, excellent condition, $3.00

11. Marie Antoinette, Princess of Versailles, by Kathryn Lasky, The Royal Diaries, 219 pages, new condition, $4.00

12. Danger in the Harbor, by Joann A. Grote, The American Adventure Series, story of a girl at the end of the War of 1812, excellent unread condition, $3.00

13. Johnny Appleseed, by jane Kurtz, Ready to Read, 32 pages, level 1 for k-1st grade level,former library copy, good condition, $2,00

14. Johnny Appleseed, by Eva Moore, 48 pages, early chapter book, maybe 2-3 grade, excellent condition, $2.50

15. Davy Crockett, In their Own Words, by George Sullivan, 128 pages, TINY crease on the cover, $2.50

16. Beethoven: The Man and His Music, by Robin Doak, picture book, 16 pages, very good condition, $2.25

17. The Thieves of Tyburn Square, by Dave and NEta Jackson, 141 pages, Story of homeless children in 19th Century England who are helped influenced by Quaker Elizabeth Fry, $3.00

19. Johnny Appleseed, A Tall Tale Retold and Illustrated, by Steven Kellogg, name of the cover, library tape on the bottom of the spine, good condition, $2.50

20. Fever 1793, by Laurie Halse Anderson, story of an epidemic in Philadelphia in 1793 and a girl who helps save her family, good condition, a crease on the front corner, $2.50

21. Carry on Mr. Bowditch, by Jean Lee Latham, former library copy with mylar dust cover, stamp on the page edges, library pocket on the inside cover, very good condition, $4.00


22. Johnny Appleseed, John Chapman God's Faithful Planter, by David R. Collins, The Sower Series, 142 pages, very slight crease on the front, very good condition, $3.00

24. The True Tale of Johnny Appleseed, by Margaret Hodges, lovely picture book, about 32 pages, excellent condition, $2.75
25. Johnny Appleseed, A Tall Tale Retold and Illustrated by Steven Kellogg, very good condition, $2.75


Civil War


LINCOLN


1. Let's Read about Abraham Lincoln, by Kinberly Weinberger, about 48 pages, Scholastic First Biographies, excellent condition, $2.25

2. The Death of Abraham Lincoln: A Picture History of the Assassination, by Leroy Hayman, very good condition, $2.50

3. The Gettysburg Address, by Abraham Lincoln, 32 pages, picture book, cool pin and ink drawings, Very good condition, $2.00

4. Just a Few Words, Mr. Lincoln, by Jean Fritz, 2-3rd grade level, All Aboard Reading, crease on the cover, good condition, $2.00

5. Abraham Lincoln, President For the People, by Larry Weinberg, 3.0 reading level, 102 pages, Little wear on the cover, name on the inside cover, good condition, $2.00

6. Grace’s Letter to Lincoln, by Peter and Connie Roop, 70 pages, good condition, crease on the back cover, $2.50

7. Abraham Lincoln Coloring Book by A/ G. Smith, Dover Coloring book, excellent unused condition, $2.50

8. The Death of Lincoln, by Leroy Hayman, A Picture History of the Assassination, older paperback, yellowed, good condtiion, $1.00

9. Abraham Lincoln, by Anne Colver, older paper back, wear on the cover, tape on the spine, yellowed, $.50

10. Abe Lincoln, Log Cabin to White House, by Sterling North, Landmark Books, 150 pages, good condition, $2.00

11. Abraham Lincoln In Their Own Words, by George Sullivan, 124 pages, Excellent unread condition, $3.00

12. Abraham Lincoln, Cornerstone, History Magazine for Young Children, May 199449 pages, excellent condition, Full of stories, history, cartoons, pictures plus more on the life of Lincoln, $3.00

13. Abe Lincoln Gets His Chance, by Frances Cavanah. 124 pages, excellent condition, $2.25

14. Abraham Lincoln’s Hat, by Martha Brenner, Step into Reading level 2 for grades 1-3, 48 pages, 2nd grade level, excellent condition, $2.25

15. True Stories About Abraham Lincoln, by Ruth Belov Gross, 48 pages, 2-3rd grade level, early chapter book, good condition, $2.00

17. Abraham Lincoln, Let’s Read Biography, Houghton Mifflin,16 pages, former library copy with plastic cover, $2.00

18. Just a Few Words, Mr. Lincoln, by Jean Fritz, All Aboard Reading, excellent condition, $3.00

19 Abraham Lincoln: The Great Emancipator, by Augusta Stevenson, Childhood of Famous Americans, excellent condition, $3.00

20. Abe Lincoln the Young Years, by Keith Brandt, 46 pages, excellent condition, $2.50

22. Abraham Linclon, by Anne Colver, older paper back, yellowed, $1.00

23. Abraham Lincoln, Lawyer, Leader, Legend, by Justine and Ron Fontes, Dorling Kindersley Readers, level 3, excllent condition, $2.25


24. Just a Few Words, Mr. Lincoln, by Jean Fritz, The story of the Gettysburg Address, excellent condidition, 48 pages, $2.50

26. The World in the Time of Abraham Lincoln, by Fiona McDonald, hard back 48 pages, inscription on the inside cover page, cool book that shows what was happening around the world at the time of Lincoln, lots of info and pictures, excellent condition, $3.00

27. Back to the Day Lincoln Was shot! By Beatrice Gromley, Travelers Through Time #3, 138 pages, 4th grade level, excellent unread condition, $2.50

28. Mr. Lincoln's Whiskers, by Karen Winnik, picture book about how Abe Lincoln grew a beard from the advice of a little girl named Grace Bedell, very sweet story, excellent condition, $2.50


UNDERGROUND RAILROAD


1. The Drinking Gourd, by f. N. Monjo, An I Can read book, minor wear on the cover, crease on the back cover, good condition, $2.00

2. Harriet Tubman, by George Sullivan, In Their Own Words, 127 pages, good condition, $2.50

3. Go Free or Die, A story about Harriet Tubman, by Jeri Ferris, 63 pages, chapter book, 2-3rd grade level, very good condition, $2.50

4. The Slave Dancer, by Paula Fox. Story of a kidnapped boy who must play a fife for captured slaves to keep their muscles strong. good condition, , Newberry Medal. 138 pages. $2.50

5. Freedom Crossing, by Margaret Goff Clark, Underground Railroad story, new book , $2.50

6. Dear Austin: Letters from the underground railroad, by Elvira Woodruff, 137 pages, great way to study the underground railroad in letter form…new book, 137 pages, $3.00

7. The Captive by Joyce Hansen, Story of Kofi a prince of Africa, 195 pages, 5th grade level, $2.00

8. The Misfit, by Nancy Rue, Christian Heritage Series The Charleston
Years, #13, ages 8-12, 188 pages, story about abolishing slavery, and an 11 year old boy who befriends a slave boy, excellent condition, $2.75

9. A Picture of Freedom, The Diary of Clotee, A Slave Girl, Dear America Series, paper back, little wear on the cover, good condition, $3.00

10. Who Conducted the Underground Railroad and Other Questions About the Path of Freedom, by Peter and Connie Roop, 44 pages, excellent condition, $1.50

11. Harriet Tubman Conductor on the Underground Railroad, by Ann Petry, ages 10 up, 247 pages, Excellent like new condition, $3.00

12. Which Way Freedom, by Joyce Hansen, 4.8 reading level, story of a daring slave that makes a run at freedom, older book, fair condition, yellowed pages, but tight, $1.50

13. Secret Signs, An Escape Through the Underground Railroad, by Anita Riggio, picture book, about 32 pages, slightly wavy as if some other books leaned on it but in very good condition, $2.50

14. The Story of Harriet Tubman, Conductor of the Underground Railroad, by Kate McMullan, 108 pages, very good condition, 3.2 reading level, $2.50

16. Two Tickets to Freedom, The True story of William and Ellen Craft, Fugitive Slaves, By Florence Freedman, 4th grade level, 96 pages, good condition, $2.50

17. The Ally by Nancy Rue, Christian Heritage Series, The Charleston Years, 188 pages, put out by Focus on the Family, story about a young boy who teaches a slave boy to read and ends up in trouble, former library copy, excellent condition, $3.00

18. Escape From Slavery, by Norma Jean Lutz, The American Adventure, #16, story of kids saving runaway slaves, good condition, a little wear on the cover, $2.00

19. Harriet Tubman Conductior on the Underground Railroad, by Ann Petry, 247 pages, ages 10 and up, excellent condition, $3.00

20. The Misfit, by Nancy Rue, Christian Heritage Series, the Charleston Years, 188 pages, book 13, Put out by Focus on the Family, story about abolishing slavery, former library copy, excellent condition, $3.00

21. Get On Board: The Story of the Underground Railroad, by Jim Haskins, 152 pages, excellent condition, reading level, 5th grade, $3.00

22. F Is For Freedom, by Roni Schotter, 96 pages, 3rd grade level, story of a little girl who befriends a runaway slave girl, excellent like new condition, $2.50

23. Harriet Tubman, Animated Hero Classics, Living History Productions, coloring and Activity book, by M. G. Johnson, Pamela McClure, Tony Salerno and Katherine Vawter, 43 pages of puzzles, matching, word searches, mazes, coloring pictures, quizzes, excellent unused condition, You could use this book with any other book on Harriet Tubman….Lots of fun! $3.00

25. Harriet Tubman, Road to Freedom, by Rae Bains, Troll Classics, 48 pages, very good condition, $2.25

26. The Last Safe House, by Barbara Greenwood, A story of the Underground Railroad, 119 pages, story about a little girl who helps a little slave girl escape to Canada, My girls loved this story! Crease on the front cover, good condition,, $3.00

27. Harriet Tubman, by Catherine Nichols, Hello Reader, level 2, k-2nd grade, like new condition, $2.25


CIVIL WAR BATTLE STORES

1. Undying Glory: The Story of the Massachusetts 54th Regiment, by Clinton Cox, a Civil War story, new condition, 5th grade level, $3.00

2. Bull Run, By Paul Fleischman, 6th grade level, 102 pages, This book tells the story of 16 characters, half from the north and half from the south from all walks of life, women and men, and their involvement in the first battle of the Bull Run. very good condition, $2.50

3. The Ballad of the Civil War, by Mary Stolz, 54 pages, story of two brothers who grow up to fight on opposite sides of the Civil war. Wonderful but sad story. new book, $2.00

4. Thunder on the Tennessee, by G. Clifton Wisler, story about a boy who fights for the North in the Civil War, 5th grade level, 153 pages, excellent condition, $3.00

5. Civil War Heroines, by Jill Cannon, 55 pages, full of stories and pictures of women who were war heroines, one page has some color pencil coloring…all the book could be used to color. $2.50

6. Thunder on the Tenessee, by G,. Clifton Wisler, story of a boy who joins the Southern army and fights against the Yankees and see the horror of war, 5th grade level, very good condition, $2.75

7. A House Divided, by Jules Archer, The Lives of Ulysses S. Grant and Robert E. Lee, 184 pages, 4th grade level, excellent unread condition, $3.00

8. The War Within, by Carol Matas, story about a Jewish girl and her family during the Civil War, Excellent condition, $3.00

9. Who Comes with Cannons? by Patricia Beatty, 186 pages, Story of a girl during the Civil War, very good condition but was used in a class room and has the teacher’s name on the front cover and on the page edges. $2.00

10. Liberty of Death, The American Revolution 1763-1783, by Betsy Maestro and Giulio Maestro, The AMerican Story Series, 64 pages, great pictures, maps, the story of the revolution, excellent condition, $4.00

11. Evvy's Civil War, by Miriam Bernaman, 208 pages, story of the Civil War from a girl's point of view, excellent condition, $3.00

12. Numbering All the Bones, by Ann Rinaldi, 6th grade level, thought provoking story about a freed slave girl that works at Andersonville with Clara Barton immediately following the Civil War, Excellent condition, $2.75

13. Civil War on Sunday, by Mary Pope Osborne, Magic Tree House #21, excellent like new condition, $2.50

14. Behind the Lines, by Isabelle Holand, story of an Irish family from New York during the Civil War, 195 pages, very good condition, $2.50

15. Robert E. Lee, Leader in War and Peace, a Rookie Biography, by Carol Greene, 48 pages, excellent condition, $2.50

16. Rifles For Watie, by Harold Keith, 332 pages, Newberry Award, story of a young man who fights for the Union in the civil war, goes as a spy into Confederate lines and finds that the men there are the just like him but with a different cause, excellent condition, $3.00

17. The Gettysburg Address, by Kenneth Richards, Cornerstones of Freedom, hard back, excellent condition, 32. pages, $3.00

18. Lost Victories for The Military Genius of Stonewall Jackson, by Bevin Alexander, 359 pages, teen to adult, excellent condition, dust cover, $7.00

19. Undying Glory by Clinton Cox, The story of the Massachusetts 54th Regiment in the Civil War, very good condition, $$2.50

20. Thunder at Gettysburg , by Patricia Lee Gauch, 54 pages, 2nd grade level, excellent condition,$2.25

21. Abraham’s Battle, A Novel of Gettyburg, By Sara Harrell Banks, 88 pages, touching story of a former slave how befriends and helps a confederate soldier in the Battle at Gettysburg, new book, $3.00

22. The Bushwacker A Civil War Story, by Jennifer Johnson Garrity, 196 pages, story of a displaced brother and sister from Missouri during the Civil war, excellent condition, new book, originally $8.95 selling for $4.50

23. Yankees on the Doorstep: The Story of Sarah Morgan, by Debra West Smith, Based on a true story of a girl living in Baton Rouge as the Federal soldiers take over her city during the Civil War, very good condition, $3.00

24. Shiloh, National Military Park, Tennessee, by Albert Dillabunty, 47 pages, put out by the National Park Service, history, has information about the battles, a guide to the area, printed in 1955 older booklet, $.50

25. No Man's Land, by Susan Bartoletti, story of a southern 14 year old boy who goes to fight in the Civil war, excellent condition, plastic covering the cover, $2.50

26. Meet Robert E. Lee, by George Swift Trow, hardback, 1969, very good condition, $3.25

27. A Coloring Book of the Civil War, by Bellerophon books, tiny bit of coloring on the inside cover but otherwise unused, good condition, $2.00

28. Cry of Courage, by Lee Roddy, 169 pages, Bethany House, story of the Civil War with three children's lives intersecting, excellent condition, $2.75

29. Red Cap, By G. Clifton Wisler, A Puffin Book, minor wear on the cover, story of a 13 year old that joins the Union Army during the Civil War, good condition, $2.50

30. Riot in the Night, by Bonnie Hinman, The American Adventures, #18, story of children in Cincinnati who get involved in the movement to end slavery, unread excellent condition, $3.00

31. Robert E. Lee, Cobblestone Magazine, filled with stories, pictures and cartoon about Lee, very good condition, September 1993 $3.00

32. Drums of War, by Edith Morris Hemmingway and Jacqueline Cosgorve Shields, story of a 12 year old drummer boy who is at the battle of Antietam, very good condition, tiny crease on front corner, $2.50

33. No Man’s Land, by Susan Bartolleti, 168 pages, story of a boy who enlists in the Confederate army to prove his bravery to his father, very good condition, $2.50

34. Stonewall, by Jean Fritz, excellent unread condition, $3.00

35. Highlights of the Civil War 1861-1865, Cobblestones of Freedom The History magazine for Children, April 1981, excellent unread condition, Includes stories, maps, puzzles, 47 pages, $2.50

36. Gentle Annie, by MAry Francis Shura, The True Story of a Civil War Nurse, 4th grade level, very good condition, $2.75


39. 8. Ulysses S. Grant, Grant Matthew G. War Heroes of America, hardback, very similar to Cornerstones of Freedom, very good condition, $3.00

40. Gettysburg by MacKinlay Kantor, Landmark book, 150 pages, very good condition, $3.00

41. Mr. Lincoln’s Drummer, by G. Clifton Wisler, story of a boy who received the Congressional Medal of Hone, plastic on the cover, slightly yellowed, excellent condition, $2.25

42. A Nation Torn, by Delia Ray, The Story of How the Civil War Began, 102 pages, Excellent condition, name on the front cover, plastic covering, $3.50

44. Girl in Blue, by Ann Rinaldi, story of a girl who disguises herself as a boy and fights in the Civil War, good condition, $2.75

45. A Light in the Storm, The Civil War Diary of Amelia Martin, Fenwick Island, Delaware, 1861 Dear America Series, paperback, very good unread condition, $3.00

46. Thunder on the Tennessee, by G. Clifton Wisler, story of a young Yankee boy who experiences battle in the Civil War, 2 x’s on the page edges, very good condition, $2.25

47. Behind the Rebel Lines, by Seymour Reit, story of a girl who disguises as a young man to fight in the Civil War, plastic on the cover, excellent condition, $2.25

48. Duel of the Ironclads, The Monitor Vs. The Virginia, by Patrick O’Brien, about 32 pages, picture book, excellent condition, $2.75

49. For Home and Country, A Civil War Scrapbook, by Norman Bolotin and Angela Herb, 98 pages, full of original pictures, facts, text, about the Civil war, excellent new condition, $4.25

Post Civil War

1. George Washington Carver, Heroes of History For Young Readers, by Rene Taft Meloche, Singed by the author, hardback very good condition, $2.25

2. Riding Freedom, by Pam Munoz Ryan, excellent condition, former library copy, 4th grade level, $3.00

3. Soldier Boy, by Brian Burks, story of boy who serves in Custer's regiment, good condition, $2.00

6. The First Woman Doctor, by Rachel Baker, 5th grade level, Story of Elizabeth Blackwell who in 1840 became the first woman doctor, excellent condition, 188 pages, $3.00

7. Benjamin Banneker, Pioneering Scientist, by Ginger Wadsworth, 48 pages, Excellent condition, $2.50

8. The Adventures of Tom Sawyer, Wishbone Classics, retold by Stephen Fuentes, name on the inside cover, 3.5 grade level, slight crease on the cover, very good condition, $2.00

Indians-native American stories

1. I am Regina, by Sally M. Keehn, 240 pages, true story about a girl who was kidnapped and raised by native Americans, 4.5 grade level, new book, 3.50

2. The Light in the Forest, by Conrad Richter, 120 pages, story of a boy who is raised with an Indian tribe, good condition, $2.00

3. Children of the Earth and Sky, Five Stories About Native American Children, by Stephen Krensky, 32 pages, new unread condition, 3rd grade level, $3.00

4. Sitting Bull, Great Sioux Chief, by Lisa Eisenberg, 108 pages, 3.3 grade level, name on the inside cover, excellent condition, $2.50

5. Strawberry Thanksgiving, by Paulla Jennings, hardback, picture book, 23 pages, very good condition, $2.50

6. Kit Carson: Redcoat Renegades, by Doug Hawkins, 168 pages, Story of a frontiersman and his adventures in the Flatheads, new book, $2.50

7. The Bone Wars, by Kathryn Lasky, 373 pages, story about a scientist who is looking for dinosaur bones at the time of Custer’s assault on the Sioux…7th grade level, excellent condition, $3.00

8. Celou Sudden Shout, by Kathleen Duey, American Diaries, 152 pages, story about a native American girl who tracks and finds her family that has been captured in 1828. ages 8-12, new condition, $2.50

9. The Defenders, by Ann McGovern, Story of 3 great Indian leaders, Osceola, Tecumseh and Cochise,5th grade level, 128 pages, excellent condition, $2.00

10. The Trail of Tears, by Joseph Bruchac, Step into Reading level 3 for 2-4th grade,excellent like new condition, $2.50

11. Little Runner of the Longhouse, by Betty Baker, An I can Read book, 63 pages, very good condition, $2.25

13. Plains Indians, Kids Discover September 2004, 19 pages, Magazine forum, Lots of stories, puzzles, pictures, maps, info good condition, $2.50

14. Captured by the Abnakis, by Clem Philbrook, 139 pages, hardback former library, writing on the inside cover, wear on the cover, $2.00

15. The Beaded Moccasins, The Story of Mary Campbell, by Linda Durrant, 5.6 grade level, story of a girl who is taken by Delaware Indians, former classroom book, name on the cover and edges, very good condition, $2.50

16. The Good, The Bad, and the Goofy, by Jon Scieszka, TheTime Warp, wild west adventure, ages 7-11, 70 pages, good condition, crease on front cover, $2.00

17. Sacajawea, Wilderness Guide, by Kate Jassem, 48 pages, 2nd-3rd grade level, name on the front cover but very good condition, $1.50
18. The California Missions, by Elizabeth Van Steenwyk, history of the founding of mission work, 63 pages, $2.50

18. Om-Kas Toe of the Blackfeet, by Kenneth Thomasma, story of a boy from the Blackfeet tribe, book signed by the author, excellent like new condition, $3.00

Doe Sia, Bannock Girl and the Handcart Pioneers by Kenneth Thomasma, signed by the author, story of a Bannock girl and a pioneer girl's friendship, excellent condition, $2.75

20. The Legend of Jimmy Spoon, by Kristiana Gregory, story about a boy from Salt Lake who in the mid 1800’s goes on an adventure with 2 Shoshoni boys, 182 pages, excellent condition, $2.50

21. Remember My Name, by Sara H. Bank, Story about the Cherokee Trail of Tears from a child’s point of view, 5th grade level, wear on the cover with a heavy crease on the front, but otherwise in good condition, $1.50

22. The Education Of Little Tree, by Forrest Carter, 216 pages, good condition, crease on the front cover, $4.00

23. The Light in the Forest by Conrad Richter, 120 pages, story of a boy who is raised with an Indian family, good condition, $2.00

24. Remember My Name, by Sara H. Banks, story about a young girl who is caught up in the Indian Removeal of 1838, The Trail of Tears, good condition, crease on the cover, $2.00

25. The Light in the Forest, by Conrad Richter, story of a white boy who was raised as a Indian warrior but is returned to his family, excellent condition, $2.50

26. The Very First Americans, by Cara Ashrose, about 32 pages, picture book about the various indiginous American people, last page has some creases, $2.00

27. Light in the Forest, by Conrad Richter, excellent unread condition, $2.50

28. Naya Nuki, Shoshoni Girl Who Ran, by Kenneth Thomasa, excellent condition, $2.75

29. Custer’s Last Stand, by Quentin Reynolds, Landmark book, very good condition, $2.25

30 The Hopi, A New True Book, by Ann Heinrichs Tomchek, 45 pages, pictures info about the Hopi tribe, excellent like new condition, $2.25


Western expansion


1. Dear Levi: Letters From the Overland Trail, by Elvira Woodruff, story of a boy who travels on the Overland trail in 1851 and writes letters to his brother, 4.9 reading level, 119 pages, excellent condition, $2.75

2. Dame Shirley and the Gold Rush, by Jim Rawls, 55 pages, A great little true story of a lady who went to California to look for gold, $2.00

3. A Perfect Place Joshua’s Oregon Trail Diary book 2, by Patricia Hermes, 108 pages, 3rd grade level, excellent unread condition, $2.50

4. The Great Railroad Race: The Diary of Libby West, Utah Terrritory, 1868 by Kristiana Gregory, Dear America Series, hardback, 200 pages, new condition, story of the golden spike, 4.00

5. If you Traveled West in a Covered Wagon, by Ellen Levine, hardback, former library copy, good condition, $3.00

6. California Gold Rush, Search for Treasure, by Catherine E. Chambers, Adventures in Frontier America , about 32 pages, black and white pictures on every page, good condition, $2.00

7. On to Oregon, by Honore Morrow, 239 pages, good condition, Ages 10 and up, story of a boy and his family and adventure of traveling on the Oregon Trail, $2.50

8. Pecos Bill, A Tall Tale Retold and Illustrated by Steven Kellogg, Picture book about 32 pages, Love his Illustrations! excellent condition, $2.50

9. Jason’s Gold by Will Hobbs, story of a 15 year old boy who joins the 1000’s of prospectors leading to the Klondike, 221 pages, excellent condition, $3.00

10. Narcissa Whitman, Brave Pioneer, by Louis Sabin, 48 pages, good condition, $2.50

11. You Wouldn't want to be an American Pioneer! by Jacqueline MArley, a bend in the book, but still readable, $1.75

12. Facing West by Kathleen V. Kudlinski, 58 pages, Once Upon in America, 3rd grade level, story of a boy and his family who go west on the Oregon Trail, good condition, $2.25

11. The Oregon Trail, by Linda Thompson, 48 pages, full of colored pictures, info, maps, timeline and famous people, excellent condition, $2.75

12. Don’t Know Much about The Pioneers by Kenneth C. Davis, full of info, pictures, quizzes, 48 pages, excellent like new condition, $3.50
13. Rachel's Journal, by Marissa Moss A story of a Pioneer Girl, about 48 pages, good condition, $3.00

14. Wagons West, Off to Oregon, By Catherine E. Chambers, Adventures in Frontier America, about 32 pages, very good condition, $2.25

15. Cowboys by MArie and Douglas Corsline, 32 pages, cute picture book, very good condition, $2.00

16. . The Ballad of Lucy Whipple, by Karen Sushman, Story of a girl who migrates to the California gold fields of 1849. Super story to read while studying the California Gold rush. excellent condition, , $2.50

17. A Frontier Fort on the Oregon Trail, by Scott Steedman, 48 pages, maps, pictures, diagrams, lots of info, excellent condition, originally selling for $10.95 selling for $5.00

18. Twist of Gold by Michael Morpurgo, story of two children emigrating to the US from Ireland all the way to California during the gold rush. hard back, 246 pages, excellent condition, dust cover, originally 14.99 selling for $8.00

19. A Family Apart, by Joan Lowery Nixon, The Orphan Train Adventures, 163 pages, story of a family who has to go west to be adopted by new families, good condition, $2.00

20. The Stowaway, by Kristiana Gregory, 126 pages, reinforced spine with a piece of tape otherwise in good condition, $2.00

21. Pioneers Kids Discover, about 16 page magazine with puzzles, stories, pictures, etc…all unused excellent condition, $2.50

22. Pioneer Days by David C. King, American Kids in History, discover the Past with Fun. Projects, Games Activities and Recipes, 118 pages, gooc condition, a little wear on the cover, $4.00

25. The Pioneers Go West, by George Stewart, Landmark books, name written on the inside cover, very good condition, $2.25

26. Isaac A Journey to Oregon, by Kevin Boos, 124 pages, story about 2 young boys who set out with their families on the Oregon Trail, new condition, $3.00

27. Journey to Nowhere, by Mary Jane Auch, story of a young girl and her family that set of in 1815 to the wilderness of New York, former library copy, very good condition, $.3 reading level, $2.50

28. Frontier Village, Adventures in Frontier America, A Town is Born, by Catherine E. Chambers, Troll Associates, story about how a frontier town is formed, with pictures, about 36 pages, very good condition, $2.50

29. Riding Freedom, by Pam Munoz Ryan, story about a girl who drove a stage coach, rode horses and the first woman to vote, very good condition, $2.00

30. Children of the Wild West, by Russell Freedman, 104 pages, all kinds of infor about children in the wild west, chapters including Going West, Settling Down, The American Indians, Frontier Schools, Building the West, and Games, Parties and Celebrations, excellent condition, $3.50

31. The Golly Sisters Go West, by Betsy Byars, An I can Read Book, 64 pages, cute story about 2 sisters who go west, hardback, excellent condition, $2.50

32. Tucket's Ride, by Gary Paulson, 3 stories of a boy and 2 friends who go on adventures on the Oregon Trail, 5th grade level good condition, $2.25

34. Exploring the West: The Amazing Journey of Lewis and Clark, by Vicki Tyler Wilt, 24 pages, full of pictures, maps infor on the journey, new condition, $3.00

35. The Santa Fe Trail, by David lavender, 64 pages, story of the 775 mile trail form Missouri to Santa Fe New Mexico, excellent condition, $3.00

36. The Adventures of Young Buffalo Bill, by E. Cody Kimmel, 182 pages, excellent condition, $2.75

37. Attack of the Rye Grass, by Dave and Neta Jackson, story of Marcus and Narcisa Witman, Trail Blazer Books, excellent condition, $3.50

39. Kids Discover Pioneers, about 20 pages, full of info, maps, pictures, puzzles, drawings of western expansion, very good condition, $2.50

41. The Pony Express by Judith Bauer Stamper, 24 pages, very good condition, $2.00

42. America ’s Gold Rush! John Sutter Discovers Gold in California , by Joanne Mattern, 32 pages, excellent condition, $2.25

43. Daily Live in a Covered Wagon, by Paul Erickson, 48 pages, excellent condition, $4.00

44. The Story of the Pony Express, By Conrad Stein, Cornerstones of Freedom, hardback, good condition, $3.00

36. Pioneers Go West, by George R. Stewart, Landmark book, former school library book, stamped on the page edges and on the inside cover, good condition, $2.50

37. I can Read About Pioneers, by C. J. Naden, former library copy, older yellowed, about 68 pages, good condition, $1.50

38, My Little House Cookbook, 32 pages, like new, excellent condition, $2.75

39, The Oregon Trail, Pathways of America, A Good Apple Social Studies aActivites Book for Grades 4-8, full of stories, activities, puzzles, by Linda Hatch, new condition, originally $13.99, selling for $5.00

POST CIVIL WAR


1. Chicago World’s Fair, by Joann Grote, American Adventure Series, #29, 145 pages, good condition, $3.00

2. Thomas Edison, In His Own Words, by George Sullivan, 128 pages, excellent condition, $3.00

3. George Muller, Young Rebel in Bristol, story of a young man who becomes a Christian and creates orphanages for children in England, good condition, $2.50

4. Thomas Edison, The Great American Inventor, by Louise Egan, Solutions: Profiles in Science For Young People, 165 pages, excellent condition, $3.00

5. Dear Dr. Bell…Your Friend Helen Keller, by Judith St. George, 95 pages, 5th grade level, excellent condition, $2.25

5. Always Inventing The True Story of Thomas Alva Edison, by Frank Murphy, Hello Reader, level 3 for 1-2 grades, about 48 pages, excellent condition, $2.25

6. The Statue of Liberty, by Lucille Recht Penner, 2nd grade level, excellent condition, $2.25


8. A Girl Named Helen Keller, by Margo Lundell, Hello Reader, grades 1-2, hardback, school stamp on the inside cover, permabond, excellent condition, $2.50


10. A Picture Book Of Thomas Alva Edison, by David Alder, about 32 pages, excellent condition, $2.50

11. A Picture Book fo Helen Keller, by David Adler, lovely pictures, picture book, room number on the cover, but very good condition, $2.25

12. Always Inventing The True Story of Thomas Edison, by Frank Murphy, Hello Reader, level 3 for grades 1 & 2, very good codniton, $2.00

Exploration
Captain Grey by avi, 141 pages, good condition, $2.50

1900- WORLD WAR I AND II to present day

EMMIGRATION

1. The Story of Ellis Island, by Conrad Stein, Cornerstones of Freedom, Hardback, excellent condition, 32 pages, $3.00

2 . The Orphan of Ellis Island, by Elvira Woodruff, 4th grade level, excellent condition, $3.00

4. Orphan of Ellis Island, by Elvira Woodruff, A Time Travel Adventure, story of a boy who visits Ellis Island and then goes back in time to Italy in 1908, very good condition with a small dog eared front cover, 175 pages, 4th grade level, $2.50

5. Immigrant Kids, by Russell Freeman, Great pictures and facts about Ellis Island, Used in Veritas, new book, 72 pages, 4th grade level, $3.50

7. Lily and Miss Liberty, by Carla Stevens, 64 pages, name on the front cover, very good condition, $2.25

EARLY FLIGHT


Early 1900’s

1. Sky Pioneers, The Story of Wilbur and Orville Wright, by Jeanne Le Monnier Gardner, hard back, 62 pages, excellent condition, $3.00

2. The Wright Brothers How They Invented the Airplane, by Russell Freedman, 128 pages, Newberry Honor, 5th grade level, excellent condition, $3.50


4. The Wright Brothers At Kitty Hawk, by Donald Sobol, great little book! 5th grade level, 128 pages, excellent condition, $3.00

5. The Wright Brothers The Flight to Adventure, by Louis Sabin, 38 pages, 3rd grade level, good condition, wrinkle on the back cover, $2.00

6. Sky Pioneer: A Photobiography of Amelia Earhart. By Corrine Szabo. 60 pages, 5th grade reading level. Wonderful book for a girl Brand new condition, $3.00

7. Amelia Earhart, Aviation Pioneer, 56 pages, story and pictures of Earhart's daring adventure, good condition, $2.50


9. Wilbur and Orville Wright Young Fliers, by Augusta Stevenson, Childhood of Famous Americans 192 pages, excellent unread condition, $3.00

10. Amelia Earhart, Courage in the Sky, By Mona Kerby, 57 pages, ages 7-11, excellent condition, $2.25

12. The Wright Brothers, by Jason Hook, Great Lives, Hardback, 32 pages, colored pictures, former library copy very good condition, $2.50

13. The Wright Brothers, In Their Own Words, by George Sullivan, excellent unread condition, $2.25

14. The story of the Wright Brothers Dover Coloring Book, by Bruce LaFontaine, very good condition, $2.50

Pre WWI

1. Earthquake in the Early Morning, by Mary Pope Osborne, Magic Tree House #24, 75 pages, very good condition, 2.4 grade level, $2.50

2. Teddy Roosevelt, Rough Rider, 48 pages, Troll Associates, good condition, $2.50

3. The Secret School, by Avi, 153 pages, story set in 1925 Colorado of a 14 year old girl who secretly keeps the town school open as the teacher, excellent like new condition, $2.25

4. Bully For you Teddy Roosevelt, by Jean Fritz, 127 pages, great bio of this famous president, good condition crease on the cover, $2.00

6. . The Day Women Got the Vote: A Photo History of the Women’s Rights Movement. by George Sullivan. Excellent condition. 90 pages. $4.00

7. Letters From Rifka, by Karen Hesse, 148 pages, story about a Russian Jewish family that is persecuted and then immigrates to the United States in 1919 brand new condition, $2.50

9. . The True Story of Charles A. Lindbergh: An American Hero. by Barry Denenberg. 231 pages, New book, 5.00

12. Bully For you Teddy Roosevelt, by Jean Fritz, 127 pages, great bio of this famous president, plastic on the cover, name on the inside, excellent condition, $2.50

WWII


1. G.I. Joe at D- Day, by James Kelley, 3rd grade level, 49 pages, new condition, $1.50

2. GIJoe at Iwo Jima, by James, Kelley, 3rd grade level, 47 pages, new condition, $1.50

3. G I Joe At Pearl Harbor, by James, Kelley, 3rd grade level, 47 pages, good condition, $1.50

4. D-Day, By Brad Silliman, 95 pages, older book, good condition, $1.00

5. Under the Blood Red Sun, by Graham Salisbury, story of two boys in Hawaii and their friendship during the bombing of Pearl Harbor, good condition, $2.50

6. The Battle of Midway, byIra Peck, 151 pages, good condition, $1.50

7. Pearl Harbor, by Stephen Krensky, Ready to Read book, 3rd grade level, 42 pages, text and colored pictures, excellent condition, $2.25

8. World War II Heroes, by Allan Zuilla, 146 pages, Ten True Tails, good condition, $2.50

9. The Devil in Vienna, by Doruis Orgel, story of 2 friends, one Jewish and one German and their struggle to keep their friendship going during WWII 246 pages, ages 10-14 good condition, dog eared pages, crease on the front cover, $2.00

10. Snow Treasure, By Marie McSwigan, Exciting story about children who move nine million dollars worth of gold past the Germans during WWII. 155 pages, good condition, $2.00

11. The Story of D- Day June 6, 1944, by BruceBliven jr. Landmark Books,slightly yellowed, unread excellent condition, $2.25

12. A Boy At War, a Novel of Pearl Harbor, by Harry Mazer, 104 pages, good condition, $2.00

13. Pearl Harbor is Burning, by Kathleen V. Kudlinski, ages 7-11, 54 pages, story of 2 boys during the bombing of Pearl Harbor, $2.00

14. World War II The Greatest Battles, by John Perritano, 32 pages, full of facts and photos, excellent condition, $2.75

15. Snow Treasure, by Marie McSwigan, 156 pages, story of the children ina Norwegian village who saved their gold from the Nazis. very good condition, $2.50

16. Snow Treasure, by Marie Mcswigan, older yellow copy, good condition, $1.50

17. A Boy At War, a Novel of Pearl Harbor, by Harry Mazer, 104 pages, good condition, $2.00

18. The Inn of the Seventh Happiness, by Alan Burgess, hardback, 199 pages, story of Gladys Aylward, missionary to China who had to flee during the invasion from the Japanese in 1941, very good condition, $3.00

19. Air Raid- Pearl Harbor! The Story of December 7, 1941, by Theodore Taylor, 179 pages, very good condition, $3.00

20. World War II by Simon Adams, Eyewitness Books, 64 pages, full of photos, pictures, articles, info about WWII, hours of exploring, excellent condition, $6.50

21. Pearl Harbor by Stephen KRensky, Ready to Read, Level 3, 48 pages, very good condition, $2.00


BOOKS ABOUT SAVING THE JEWISH PEOPLE


1. Behind the Bedroom Wall, by Laura E. Williams, story about a girl who is in the Nazi Youth group but finds out that her parents are hiding a Jewish family in their home. 5th grade level, 169 pages, good condition, $2.00

2. When Hitler Store Pink Rabbit, by Judith Kerr, 190 pages, 5th grade level, Story about a Jewish girl and her family that flees Germany during WWII, Good condition, $2.00

3. Daniel's Story, by Carol Matas, story of a boy who survives the Holocaust, good condtiion, $2.75

4. Pearl Harbor, by Stephen Krensky, Ready to Read, level 3 reading alone, 49 pages, like new, $2.25

5. Hide and Seek, by Ida Vos, story of a young girl who goes into hiding in Holland during WWII, excellent condition, $2.50

6. When Hitler Stole Pink Rabbit, by Judith Kerr, two small creases on the front cover, very good condition, $2.25

7. North to Freedom (also known as I am David) by Ann Holm, three creases on the front cover, clean pages, firm spine, good condition, $2.25


9. Waiting for Anya, by Michael Morpurgo, 5th grade level, story about a French boy who helps to save Jewish children in Lescum. France, during WWII, fair condition, wear on the cover with creases, 172 pages, $1.00

10. The Night Crossing, by Karen Ackerman, story of a Jewish girl and her family that flees to freedom during WWII. 3rd grade level, 56 pages, new condition, $2.00

11. Daniel's Story, by Carol Matas, good condition, some wear on the cover and wavy pages caused by moisture but not musty smelling, $2.00

12. The Journey Back, by Johanna Reiss, Story of a girl from Holland and her life following the WWII, good condition, $2.00

POST WWII


1. A Voyage from Camboidia in 1975, by Clare Pastore, Journey to America Series, 184 pages, wonderful way to see the story of recent immigrants to our country, very good condition, $2.50

2. Katarina by Kathryn Winter, story of a Slovakian girl during WWII, good condition, 255 pages, 5th grade level, $2.50

3. So Far From the Bamboo Grove, by Yoko Kawashima Watkins, ages 10 and up, story of a Japanese girl at the end of WWII and the beginning of the Korean war. excellent condition, $2.50

4. A Wall of Names, The Story of the Vietnam Veterans Memorial, by Judy Donnelly, Step into Reading for grades 2-4, excellent condition, $2.25

5. . Zalta’s Diary. A Child’s Life in Sarajevo. By Zalta Filipovic.
5th grade reading level. 200 pages. Very good condition. $2.50

6. Journey Home by Yoshiko Uchida, story of a Japanese- American family after leaving a U.S. concentration Camp in California, very good condition, $2.50


THE PRESIDENTS


1 . Facts and Fun about the President. By George Sullivan. 96 pages. Another fun fact pocket size book about the president. Very good condition. $1.00

2. Lives of the Presidents, (Fame Shame and what the Neighbors Thought) by by Kathleen Krull, 95 pages, Lots of pictures, text up through Bill Clinton, a great resource for studying US History, very good condition, $3.00

3. Meet the Presidents Coloring book, by Nancy Krulik, Scholastic, 48 pages, information on the presidents and then a page to color, goes up to Ronald Regan, No coloring in the book, a small stain on the back cover but not on the inside pages, $2.00

4. Famous Presidents, by Phillip Koslow, 29 pages, Lots of pictures and info about the presidents, good condition, $2.50

5. Famous Presidents, by Philip Koslow, Eyes of America, full of pictures, articles, info, very good condition, $2.50

6. Mr. President: A Book of US Presidents, by George Sullivan, 160 pages, 4th grade level, copywrite 1992, A great little book on all presidents from Washington to Bush Sr., a chapter for each president, each chapter has a list of accomplishments of the president, excellent condition, $2.50

7. U.S. Presidents Feats and Foul-ups, The Good, the Bad and the Silly, by Neil Fuqua, 48 pages, fun info up through George W. Bush, excellent condition, $2.75

8. Mr. President: A book of U.S. Presidents, by George Sullivan, 158 pages, older paperback yellowed, minor wear on the cover, $.50

9. Presidents Day and Martin Luther King jr. Day, Thematic Unit, Teacher Created materials, for pirmary grades, Lots of puzzles, activities, Cooperative Learning, games, recpipes plus more, 80 pages, very good condition, $3.00

BIOGRAPGHYS

1. 2. Young Eleanor Roosevelt, by Francene Sabin, very good condition, 4th grade reading level, 48 pages, $1.50

2. Teddy Roosevelt, Young Rough Rider, Childhood of Famous Americans, excellent new condition, $3.00

4. Gladys Aylward, , by Sam Wellman, Heroes of the Faith, excellent condition, $4.00

5. Mahalia Jackson: born to Sing gospel music. by Evelyn Witter, The Sower Series, Great story of a black woman that sang gospel music. very good condition, 128 pages, $3.00

7. Hellen Keller: From Tragedy to Triumph, by Katherine E. Wilkie, Childhood of Famous Americans, 192 pages, ages 8-12, New condition, $2.50

8. Christopher Columbus In their Own Words, by Peter and Connie Roop, 128 pages, excellent new condition , $2.50

9. . Young Mark Twain, by Ray Burns, very good condition, 4th grade reading level, 48 pages, $1.50

10. Invincible Louisa, by Cornelia Meigs. Story about Louisa May Alcott, author of Little Women. good condition, $2.00

11. Harriet Tubman in Their Own Words, by George Sullivan, 128 pages, new book, excellent condition, $2.50

13. Helen Keller, Courage in the the Dark, by Johanna Hurwitz, Step into Reading level 4, 2-3 grades, excellent condition, $2.25

17. A Pilgrim Who Made Progress, The Life Story of John Bunyan, by William Deal, 160 pages, excellent condition, $3.00

19. Louisa May Alcott: Young Writer, by Laurence Santrey, excellent condition, 4th grade reading level, 48 pages, $1.50

20. Annie Oakley, Young Markswoman, by Ellen Watson, Childhood of Famous Americans, excellent new unread condition, $3.00

21. The Hidden Jewel, by Dave and Neta Jackson, story missionary Amy Carmichael, excellent like new condition, $3.50

27. Amy Carmichael: For the Children of India, by Sam Wellman, Heroes of the Faith, 200 pages, excellent condition, $3.00

28. Laura Ingalls Wilder, A Storybook Life, by Janet and Geoff Benge, Heroes of History, new book, $3.75

33. Thomas Edison, In His Own Words, by George Sullivan, 128 pages, excellent condition, $3.00

34. Amelia Earhart, Aviation Pioneer, by Roxane Chadwick, 56 pages, story of her life with pictures and maps, good condition, $2.25

36. Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde, Retold by John Grant, Usborne Library of Fantasy and Adventure, 96 pages, excellent condition, $5.00

39. David Livingstone, by Ken Save, Young Reader's Christian Library, 220 pages, small book but good condition, $1.75

43. The Wright Brothers, In Their Own Words, by George Sullivan, excellent unread condition, $2.25

EXPLORATION- GEOGRAPPHY BOOKS

1. Men Who Won the West, by Franklin Folsom, 96 pages, older book with stories about Daniel Boone, Lewis and Clark, Wild Bill Hickock etc… Abridged from Famous Pioneers, $2.00

2. Captain Cook and His Exploration of the Pacific, Great Explorers, 32 pages, excellent condition, $2.50

3. Building skills With Maps Lesson Book, by Charles Novosad, 75 pages, Nystrom Publishing, $3.00

5. United States Geography, grades 4-6, 31 pages, Learning Horizons, crease on the cover, good condition, unused, no writing, $3.00

7. Extending Skills with Maps, Lesson Book Nystrom, 80 pages, good condition, $3.00

9. Geography, Exploring South America, by Michael Kramme, PhD.Continents of the World Series, includes maps, flags, resources, industries, animal life, people, culture, map projects, vocabulary, matching, and more, for grades 4-8, 30 pages, very good condition, $3.00

10, Travel the Great States, by Sara Jo Swartz, 64 pages of fun skills in color, using a map key, using a map scale, measuring, estimating, using a compas rose, puzzles, mazes and lots of fun for all 50 states, School Zone, for grades 3 and 4, excellent condition, $4.50

11. Yo, Sacramento , (And All Those Other State Capitals you don’t know), excellent condition, $3.00




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