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In this historical fiction series created in partnership with Smithsonian, each story is told with period-perfect accuracy authenticity. These chapter books bring American history to life through vivid, third-person perspectives. Share in the enthusiasm of an African-American boy as Jesse Owens wins the 1936 Olympics in Berlin against the backdrop of Hitler's Nazi rule. Learn what it was like to enter the United States as a young female Asian immigrant being detained at Angel Island. Experience the moon landing through the eyes of a school-age girl. Read about a young boy's pursuit of riches during the Klondike Gold Rush. Complete with Smithsonian images and artifacts, beyond-the-book back matter, and action-packed text, Smithsonian Historical Fiction will be a series for the ages.
Archie is traveling with his uncle Harold, a member of an entertainment revue hired by the renovated Dawson City Theatre, to perform for the Yukon gold ...
Science-obsessed Audrey is a fifth grader in Houston, Texas, who dreams of one day working at NASA, like her dad does. Dad, however, is nothing but ...
Li, her mother, and her brother journey from China to America to join their father in San Francisco. But they are detained at the Angel Island immigration ...
Matthew is a young African-American boy who dreams of becoming an Olympic runner like his hero, Jesse Owens. There's one big problem, though Matthew has ...
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