Picture Book Biography
John Muir's passion to get close to nature leads him on a dangerous adventure when he climbs a mountain and slips behind a waterfall.
Mrs. Sarah Jane Hartwell finally gets up the nerve to take her classroom on field-trip to the zoo!
Claude Monet, the famous Impressionist painter, is so engrossed in capturing the light as it reflects off of the sea that he doesn't see the big wave until it drags him and his painting into the water!
As her students grow increasingly anxious about the Big Test, Mrs. Hartwell realizes she has to teach the most valuable test-taking skill of all; learning to relax.
Cowboy Slim can't rope, whip or ride so he uses his poetry to save the day!
Students worry about Mrs. Hartwell missing them during summer vacation.
Sarah Jane Hartwell struggles through her first year of teaching.
Sarah Jane Hartwell does NOT want to go to her first day of school!
Peak into Margaret's journal as she travels with her family through Colorado.
After her father loses his leg in a mining accident, Mary McHugh's family is in trouble and she must find a way to help them.
Meet five notable women writers of the old West.
Georgia O'Keeffe, Laura Gilpin, Mary-Russell Colton, Maria Martinez, and Dorothea Lange. Five women who shaped our vision of the West with their art.
Clara Brown, Nellie Cashman, Molly Brown, Sarah Winnemucca, and Isabella Bird. Read about five courageous women of the pioneer west.