This picture book introduction to the life and work of celebrated nature photographer Ansel Adams describes how a young Adams felt trapped indoors and fell in love with nature in ways that inspired his iconic images.
Introduces the life and achievements of acclaimed folk musician Elizabeth Cotten, describing how she overcame the challenge of being left-handed while learning to play a right-handed guitar and how she wrote the famous song, "Freight Train," by the age of 11.
Combines lyrical text and lavishly detailed illustrations to introduce the vast diversity of life on Earth and explain how it is all part of a beautiful and complicated pattern that must be preserved for the benefit of all.
The award-winning husband-and-wife team present a sumptuously illustrated tribute to Martin Luther King, Jr.'s commitment to non-violent protest in support of civil rights, in a metaphorical and spiritually symbolic poetic requiem that covers King's final months and assassination.
A guidebook filled with cutaway schematic diagrams and comprehensive explanations of how Thomas the Tank Engine and his friends work. Introduces young enthusiasts to the elementary principles of how to drive an engine, operate train tracks and more.