This is an easy read for upper elementary and middle school students who are interested in finding out more about the ladies who assisted in shaping the United States of America. An incredible resource to have in any 4th-8th grade classroom library.
An inspirational story; about trying new things, perseverance, living out your dreams, and overcoming your fears. I recommend reading this book to students of all ages to motivate them to do whatever it takes in order to fulfill their hearts desire.
This book discusses the history of the Gay Pride flag created by Gilbert Baker and the social activist Harvey Milk. This beautifully illustrated non-fiction picture book, for children of all ages shares the message of HOPE, EQUALITY, LOVE & PRIDE.
Crow Call by Lois Lowry is an autobiographical story based on a day in Lois’ life with her father. This book felt very real, the reader feels her sense of longing and reaches for the connection with her. This is a beautiful picture book that can be read to students of all ages.
The following is a list of Middle America books available through my public library that I will be reading over the next few months as I build some additional resources for my 6th Grade Social Studies classroom.