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The CDV - Books
Pursuit of Happiness

Index of Books

The Pursuit of Happiness: As long as you don't interfere with others you have the right to seek happiness in your own way.

coverA Picture Book of Abraham Lincoln
by David A. Adler, Alexandra Wallner (Illustrator), John C. Wallner (Illustrator), Alexandra Wallner (Illustrator)
A beginners autobiography of Abe Lincoln.

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cover Coming to America
by Betsy Maestro

Clearly tuned into her audience, Maestro (The Discovery of the Americas) offers a neatly distilled overview of U.S. immigration, covering extensive ground without oversimplifying. She astutely makes each reader a part of her story, stating, "All Americans are related to immigrants or are immigrants themselves." See Amazon.com to purchase or to read reviews.

coverDreaming of America, An Ellis Island Story

by Eve Bunting (International Reading Association Teacher's Choice Award)

This book is wonderful. The story is a classic example of the pain and hardship of coming to America. The graphics are beautifully done and combine both drawings as well as real pictures of the period. It brings the history of the period to life. Highly recommended.See Amazon.com to purchase or to read reviews.

coverGrandfather's Journey
By Allen Say

The retelling of a man's recollections of his first experience helping an escaped slave. The book brings the underground railroad down to the level primary students can comprehend.

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