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Beatrix Potter

BEATRIX POTTER

Beatrix wanted to learn how an artist lives and works, so her father took her to visit the studio of his friend, John Everett Millais, a famous painter.

Grandma Moses

GRANDMA MOSES

Anna Mary had always watched people doing things they enjoyed, like skating in winter. Someday she would paint her treasured memories.

Grandma Moses

GRANDMA MOSES

In those days we didn't look for a man with money, but for a good family, good reputation - many of the boys were chicken thieves.

A Christmas Tree in the White House

A CHRISTMAS TREE IN THE WHITE HOUSE

Written by Gary Hines

President Theodore Roosevelt's children enjoyed playing rough and tumble games in the hallways of the White House

The First Air Voyage in the United States - The Story of Jean-Pierre Blanchard

THE FIRST AIR VOYAGE IN THE UNITED STATES - THE STORY OF JEAN-PIERRE BLANCHARD

Crowds cheered, cannons fired, fireworks sparkled when Jean-Pierre's balloon took off. Where would he land?

Grandma Moses

GRANDMA MOSES

Anna Mary painted scenes of hills, lakes, fields and trees. She called them her "very pretty lamb scapes," which made her brother laugh.

Sergio and the Hurricane

SERGIO AND THE HURRICANE

"The TV says a huge storm is coming our way," Raffi said.
"I hope you're right," Serigo said, excited. He was too young to remember the last big hurricane.
"A hurricane is a very serious thing," said Raffi, frowning.

Thanksgiving

THANKSGIVING

"Ladybug Magazine" November 2005

A Christmas Tree in the White House

A CHRISTMAS TREE IN THE WHITE HOUSE

Archie and Quentin secretly decorated the little tree they had snuck into the White House without permission.

Mexican American Boy

HISPANIC AMERICAN MOTHER AND SON

Page from textbook

Mexican American Mother and Son

HISPANIC AMERICAN BOY

Page from textbook

SUSAN B. ANTHONY

SUSAN B. ANTHONY

The trial worked for her and made Susan and "the cause" even more famous.

SUSAN B. ANTHONY

SUSAN B. ANTHONY

For fun, Susan would catch snowflakes or watch sunsets from the mountain behind her family's house.

WRITE ON, MERCY!

WRITE ON, MERCY! by Gretchen Woelfle

Mercy and her friends spun wool into thread and wove it with linen.

Farmer Market

At the Farmer's Market

From Ladybug Magazine

Mamacita's Garden

In Mamacita's Garden

From Ladybug Magazine

Ladybug Magazine

Activity from Ladybug Magazine

Watering the Garden

Watering the Garden

Rooftop Drink

Rooftop Drink

Waiting For Tourists

WAITING FOR TOURISTS