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Lizzie Magie was the true inventor of Monopoly--decades before Charles Darrow claimed to have come up with it. Discover the fascinating history of the world's favorite game--and have fun with some Monopoly Math along the way!

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Who Says Women Can't Be Computer Programmers?

Ada Lovelace imagined computers and the things they could do 100 years before they existed and is recognized today as the first computer programmer.

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Who Says Women Can't Be Doctors?

Booklist Top 10 Biography! Elizabeth Blackwell was determined to get into medical school at a time when NO women were allowed. See how her perseverance paid off!

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The House that Jane Built

CBC NCSS Notable Social Studies Trade Book, Bank Street College Best Book, Orbis Pictus, Chicago Public Library Best Book. Discover how Jane Addams brought the concept of community centers to America.

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Elizabeth Leads the Way

Meet Elizabeth Cady Stanton, the woman who started the suffrage movement and changed America forever.

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Sandy's Circus

Read about Alexander Calder, the American artist who created an entire circus out of found materials and invented the mobile!

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A is for America

In this rhyming patriotic alphabet book staged as a school play, children will love learning about and celebrating our great country!

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B is for Bunny

Rhyming couplets celebrate everything spring, from bunnies to blooming flowers to budding trees.

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D is for Dreidel

Children will love learning about Hanukkah in this alphabet book!

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H is for Haunted House

Celebrate Halloween with this rhyming book full of spooky fun from A to Z!

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M is for Mistletoe

Children will love celebrating and learning about the traditions of Christmas in this fun alphabet book!

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P is for Passover

Each letter of the alphabet introduce customs of Passover as a family shares their Seder.

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T is for Turkey

With entries such as H is for Sarah Hale, M is for Massasoit, and S is for Squanto, this is not your average Thanksgiving alphabet!

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