At 16, Sybil Ludington rode 40 miles in pouring rain to alert people that British soldiers were burning Danbury, Connecticut.
I consider myself outspoken. I love to talk and use the voice I was blessed with. So, reading this book
There are so many influential females who have helped shape America. From Tammy Duckworth, an Iraq War veteran and U.S.
A is for anthem, B is for beautiful, and C is for community! With The ABCs of Black History by
Before the Little Rock Nine set foot into an all-white school, there was the Clinton 12: a group of Black
I had never even heard of the Harlem Renaissance until reading One Last Word by Nikki Grimes. It was an
Note From Elena Reads: Today’s guest blogger is Ana Davis, an avid reader who is also a family friend. About
While some kids are collecting stamps or rocks, young Jerome loves to collect words. Words like hope, wonder, and torrential.
Note from Elena Reads: I’m excited that another one of my best friends is doing a guest review for my
Written in first-person, with accompanying comic-style pictures, I Am Martin Luther King, Jr. by Brad Meltzer will teach young kids