• Who Is LeBron James?

    Who Is LeBron James?

    Hubbard, Crystal

    "Today, LeBron James is an international superstar who has won four NBA Championships, earned two Olympic gold medals, written books, and starred in blockbuster movies. He has played for the Los Angeles Lakers, the Miami Heat, and the Cleveland Cavaliers,and has gained fans across the country as he led each of those three teams to victory. Many basketball lovers consider LeBron James to be one of the greatest players of all time. But how did LeBron come to be "King James?" Find out all about LeBron's childhood, how he started playing basketball at the age of nine, and went on...

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  • Breaking the Mold

    Breaking the Mold

    Levy, Dana Alison

    "Sixteen profiles of scientists who are changing the face of science and the future of Earth through their research"--

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  • Boundless


    Lowe, Chaunte

    "Everything seemed set against Chaunte Lowe. Growing up with a single mother in Paso Robles, California, where she experienced food insecurity, homelessness, and domestic abuse, Chaunte couldn't imagine a future that offered a different sort of life. Butthen, one day, she turned on the TV and there was Flo Jo, competing in the Olympics and shattering records in track and field. Almost immediately, Chaunte knew what she wanted to do. She started running. With the help of a small community of friends, family, and coaches, Chaunte worked as hard as she could - both in the classroom and out on...

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  • Cloaked in Courage

    Cloaked in Courage

    Anderson, Beth

    Disguising herself as a man and struggling to keep her identity a secret, spirited 18-year-old Deborah Sampson enlisted in George Washington's Continental Army to fight for her country, where she found her true purpose.

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  • Wonderful Hair

    Wonderful Hair

    Catarevas, Eve Nadel

    "Madam C.J. Walker is commonly thought to be the first Black woman millionaire. That honor actually belongs to Annie Turnbo Malone. Annie turned her personally developed hair products into a thriving business, including a school that taught her patented Poro method of self-care. Madam C.J. Walker was one of her most successful students. Wonderful Hair's vibrant text and glowing art brings Annie vividly to life, sharing her pride in Black hair"--

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