Make it Real: Real Stories About Real People
by Michael Benanav
966 BENSalt was once worth its weight in gold. Michael Benanav travels 40 days north from Timbuktu with a camel caravan to demonstrate the amazing resolve and fascinating traditions of a near extinct tradition.
10,000 Days of Thunder: A History of the Vietnam War
by Philip Caputo
YA 959.7043 CAP
A Vietnam veteran explains the causes and the consequences of the Vietnam War to young people.
Residents of Fort Yukon, Alaska, a small bush village struggle through the arctic winter’s bitter cold and continuous darkness. The high school basketball team is their only connection to mainstream America.
Told in graphic novel format, this illuminating story is based on the final 9/11 Report by the National Commission on Terrorist Attacks upon the United States on September 11, 2001.
Could you live on a little soup and a few grains of rice or wheat each day? Compare your weekly groceries to families around the world.
Public Librarian, Miss Breed, kept in contact with and continued to serve Japanese-American children who were incarcerated in American Internment camps during World War II.
Interviews, remarkable statistics, research and other behind-the-scene facts about the fast food industry.
A gripping account of the fall of the Berlin Wall and how individuals rose up to break down an oppressive barrier that had divided Germany for more than 40 years.
Teen chef, Sam Stern shares his love for cooking and his favorite recipes while encouraging teens to take charge of their diet.
A compilation of anonymous secrets that were forwarded to the author in response to a community art project.