"A lucid biography that illuminates the personality and politics of Alexander Hamilton, spotlighting his role in shaping the structure of the U.S. government and economy. . . ." Publisher's Weekly.
A Junior Library Guild Selection!
The Girl from the Tar Paper School won numerous awards and honors.
"An extraordinary and inspiring story." Salt Lake City Tribune
"Worthy of the highest praise." Midwest Book Reviews
"A thoughtful reminder of America's debt to Quakerism, Kanefield’s book vividly captures Suzy Wright’s life and liberty." The Washington Post.
"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
"A suspenseful tale of friendship and love."Hadassah Magazine.
A Junior Library Guild Selection
"An extraordinary book . . . that could well be mind-blowing to the thoughtful young reader who is ready to move beyond the black-and-white notion that a particular act is wrong simply because it is illegal."Richie Partington, book blogger.
With sign language--nimble and evocative--at its center, Turn On the Light So I Can Hear is about reaching across distances, the transformative powers of art, and finding a place to belong.
A story of raising children, legal ethics, and fixing what is broken.
Here's what happens when six teenagers act on their optimism and attempt the impossible.
A time travel adventure!
A gold rush mystery.
Rivalry on the soccer field.