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Hidden History of Long Island

A fun-filled thrill ride through Long Island's hidden history that uncovers fascinating remnants of the past.

Westbury from Above

History accompanied by full color images of one of Long Island's most important locales, from a never-before-seen aerial perspective!

Forgotten Tales of Long Island

Freaky and fun folklore gives the reader a view of some of the more bizarre and obscure stories from Long Island's past.

New York City History for Kids

Follow the fascinating history of the Big Apple, from the first Dutch settlers, to the present!

Keys to American History

Now available in hardcover and paperback - The Keys to American History, a new history book for ages 12 and up, featuring more than 70 of America's most important documents and speeches along with background and illustrations. The book has received praise from Ralph Nader.

The journal and magazine reviews are also in:

"A one-of-a-kind, easy to use resource" - Kirkus Reviews

"An engrossing chronicle of America's fight to achieve its highest ideals” – Curriculum Review

An "impressive collection" and a "valuable resource" - School Library Journal

Engineering the City

Everything you need to know about the science and history of railroads, bridges, sewers, and waterways. Includes activities for further elucidation of key concepts.

Galileo for Kids

This book cover the life of one of the history's most brilliant scientists, and features a foreword from the one of the world's preeminent astronauts and scientists, Buzz Aldrin.

Archaeology for Kids

The perfect book for young archaeologists who want to know all about this exciting field.

Our Supreme Court

Foreword by Senator John Kerry, Introduction by Nadine Strossen, President of the ACLU, Afterword by James A. Baker, III.

World War II for Kids

Designated as a 2003 Notable Trade Book by the Childrens’ Literature Council. Foreword by Senator John McCain, Afterword by Senator Ernest Hollings.