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Through lively, moving dialogue, this narrative retells the dramatic and tragic story of one of Shakespeare's greatest plays.

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This book excerpts Anne's diary, but it also puts the diary in its historical context. Readers will finish this book having gained an understanding of the events of World War II Europe.

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An exciting retelling of Julius Caesar, a tragedy by William Shakespeare. It portrays the conspiracy against the Roman dictator, Julius Cesar, his assassination and its aftermath.

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This book documents an amazing woman's struggle to end American slavery. There may be no more heroic, historically revealing, and amazing life of the 19th century than that of Harriet Tubman.

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This is a story about one of the most horrible diseases that people have ever known. In the year 1665, a disease called plague, swept through the city of London, England.

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This book provides a background on 3,000 years of ancient Egypt and its rulers.

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A worthy retelling of Mark Twain's classic.

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This book tells the story of Howard Carter’s career, including the moment when he finally opened the solid-gold coffin and saw the amazing golden mask of Egypt’s "boy king" pharaoh.

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In this book you’ll hear Abe Lincoln tell the story of his own life, from the day he was born in a small log cabin, right up to the day he was shot by an assassin’s bullet.

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In thirteen years as a running back for the NFL Chicago Bears, Walter Payton (1954-1999) established himself as possibly the greatest football player ever.

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