Alexander Hamilton
Book 1
Alexander Hamilton
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Book 2
Andrew Jackson
Available March 2018

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Book 3
Abraham Lincoln
Available Fall 2018
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Book 4
Susan B Anthony

Details to be announced

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Featured: The Girl from the Tar Paper School

"An extraordinary and inspiring story." Salt Lake City Tribune

"Worthy of the highest praise." Midwest Book Reviews

Awards include the following:

Jane Addams Book Award, Older Readers

Carter G. Woodson Middle Level Book Award

California Reading Association Eureka Silver Honor Book Award

Junior Library Guild Selection

Orbit Pictus Award for Outstanding Nonfiction for Children (National Association of Teachers of English), Recommended Book

Named a Distinguished Book by the Association of Children's Librarians of Northern California.

Featured: Free to Be Ruth Bader Ginsburg

"Readers will emerge with a great deal of respect for a fiercely independent woman who battled sexism to reach the pinnacle of her profession" Publishers Weekly.

"An absorbing personal biography of Ruth Bader Ginsburg that is also equal parts legal history and political philosophy. Like Ginsburg herself, Kanefield's narrative is precise, candid, logical, yet filled with humor and irony. . ." Suzy Szasz Palmer, Past President, Virginia Library Association

“We hear many voices in this wonderfully engaging biography of Ruth Bader Ginsburg and come away with a far richer understanding of Ruth Bader Ginsburg and of what the rise of feminism has meant for all of us, whatever our gender, whatever our politics.” —Kathleen Vanden Heuvel, Law Library Director, Adjunct Professor of Law, University of California, Berkeley School of Law

“An engrossing biography of Ruth Bader Ginsburg that doubles as a primer on how America's champions for gender equality pressed their cause in the courts. Recommended for every law student, lawyer, and lay reader looking for an authoritative yet readable treatment of how the law shapes women's lives, and vice-versa.” —Kathleen Morris, Associate Professor of Law, Golden Gate Law School