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Facts and Trivia about U. S. Presidents

Facts and Trivia about the First Ladies

Resources and Lessons on the Holocaust

Resources on Martin Luther King Jr. and Black History.

Timeline of the History of Detroit and the
History of Michigan.

Photos of Lumbering in Michigan

Workshops and Tutorials



The CDV - Books

Index of Books

Justice: All people should be treated fairly in both the benefits and the obligations of society. No individual or group should be favored over another person or group.

coverBaseball Saved Us by Ken Mochizuki, Dom Lee (Illustrator)

Ken's father spent WWII in the Minidoka Japanese-American Internment Camp in Idaho. Ken, the author was raised in Seattle. Shorty is stuck in the barracks without friends, surrounded by noise and boredom. No one has anything to do. His dad sees verves fraying and has an idea, Build a baseball diamond and organize games. The men make the diamond, the women improvise the uniforms. Buy Baseball Saved Us from

cover It's Mine by Leo Lionni - Caldecott Medalist
I enjoy this book very much. The characters are human-like in nature which gives the book charm. Lionni captures the essence of siblings in the cute frog characters. The moral is easy to understand and something to remember for all ages, not just children. A definate must have.
It's Mine!





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