Series: Easy Biographies

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Abe Lincoln: The Young Years (Easy Biographies) by Keith Brandt
Amelia Earhart: Adventure in the Sky by Francene Sabin
Andrew Jackson: Frontier Patriot (Easy Biographies) by Louis Sabin
Babe Ruth: Home Run Hero (Easy Biographies) by Keith Brandt
Ben Franklin: Extraordinary Inventor, Brave Leader (Easy Biographies) by Francene Sabin
Benito Juarez, Hero of Modern Mexico by Rae Bains
Clara Barton: Angel of the Battlefield (Easy Biographies) by Rae Bains
The Courage of Helen Keller by Francene Sabin
Daniel Boone: Frontier Adventures (Easy Biographies) by Keith Brandt
Davy Crockett: Young Pioneer by Laurence Santrey
Elizabeth Blackwell: The First Woman Doctor by Francene Sabin
Gandhi: Peaceful Warrior (Easy Biographies) by Rae Bains
George Washington: Young Leader by Laurence Santrey
The Great Houdini: Daring Escape Artist by Louis Sabin
Harriet Tubman: The Road to Freedom (Easy Biographies) by Rae Bains
Jack London : A Life of Adventure (Easy Biographies) by Bains
James Monroe: Young Patriot (Easy Biographies) by Rae Bains
Jesse Owens: Olympic Hero by Francene Sabin
John Adams: Brave Patriot (Easy Biographies) by Laurence Santrey
John Lennon: Young Rock Star by Laurence Santrey
John Paul Jones: Hero of the Seas (Easy Biographies) by Keith Brandt
Lafayette: Hero of Two Nations by Keith Brandt
Lou Gehrig: Pride of the Yankees (Easy Biographies) by Keith Brandt
Louis Pasteur: Young Scientist by Francene Sabin
Louisa May Alcott: Young Writer (Easy Biographies) by Laurence Santrey
Ludwig Van Beethoven: Young Composer by Louis Sabin
Marie Curie: Brave Scientist (Easy Biographies) by Keith Brandt
Mozart: Young Music Genius (Easy Biographies) by Francene Sabin
Narcissa Whitman: Brave Pioneer (Easy Biographies) by Louis Sabin
Patrick Henry: Voice of the American Revolution by Sabin
Paul Revere : Son of Liberty (Easy Biographies) by Keith Brandt
Pearl Bailey: With a Song in Her Heart (Easy Biographies) by Troll Books
Rachel Carson: Friend of the Earth (Easy Biographies) by Francene Sabin
Robert E. Lee: Brave Leader by Rae Bains
Robert Louis Stevenson: Young Storyteller by Francene Sabin
Roberto Clemente: Young Baseball Hero by Francene Sabin
Rosa Parks: Fight for Freedom by Keith Brandt
Teddy Roosevelt: Rough Rider by Louis Sabin
Thomas Alva Edison: Young Inventor (Easy Biographies) by Louis Sabin
Thurgood Marshall: Fight for Justice (Easy Biographies) by Rae Bains
Tiger Woods: Young Champion (Easy Biographies) by Joanne Mattern
Wilbur and Orville Wright, The Flight to Adventure by Louis Sabin
Willie Mays Young Superstar by Louis Sabin
Young Abigail Adams by Francene Sabin
Young Albert Einstein by Laurence Santrey
Young Ben Franklin by Laurence Santrey
Young Eleanor Roosevelt by Francene Sabin
Young Frederick Douglass: Fight for Freedom by Laurence Santrey
Young Mark Twain (Easy Biographies) by Louis Sabin
Young Queen Elizabeth by Francene Sabin
Young Thomas Jefferson (Easy Biographies) by Francene Sabin

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