The son of an idolized pro-football star begins noticing the contrast between his father’s angry, forgetful behavior and his superhero reputation before adjusting to a new reality involving difficult symptoms stemming from his father’s numerous head injuries.
A conclusion to the best-selling series by the three-time Tony Award-winning performer, former President of the Academy of Magical Arts and author of Choose Your Own Autobiography finds Ridley managing her own prickly personality to expose Kalagan’s true identity.
Featuring an evocative new cover by Kadir Nelson, a new edition of the acclaimed biography originally published in 1955 incorporates additional educational materials and traces the history-shaping contributions of Harriet Tubman and her daring achievements surrounding the Underground Railroad.
A latest entry in the Albert Einstein Archives-approved series finds Max on the run from Corporation thugs before the Change Maker kids begin working on a plan to end world hunger, a challenging goal that is complicated by mysterious clues about Max’s unknown family.
A laugh-out-loud sequel to the award-winning Front Desk finds Mia Tang embarking on a sixth grade year that is complicated by a hard-to-please teacher, financial setbacks at her parents’ motel and a looming immigration law that threatens to derail her entire life.