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Series: Scholastic Biography

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All Shook Up : the Life and Death of Elvis Presley by Barry Denenberg
Ann M. Martin: The Story of the Author of The Baby-Sitters Club by Margot R. Becker
As Long As The Rivers Flow by Paula Gunn Allen
Benjamin Franklin (Scholastic Biography) by Deborah Kent
Bo Jackson: Playing the Games by Ellen Emerson White
Breakthroughs in Science by Isaac Asimov
Christopher Columbus: Admiral of the Ocean Sea by James Haskins
Colin Powell: A Biography by James Haskins
Custer and Crazy Horse: A Story of Two Warriors by Jim Razzi
The Death of Lincoln: A Picture History of the Assassination by Leroy Hayman
The Defenders: Osceola, Tecumseh and Cochise by Ann McGovern
Fairy Tale Life of Hans Christian Andersen (Scholastic Biography) by Eva Moore
Faithful Friend: The Story of Florence Nightingale by Beatrice Siegel
The First Woman Doctor: The Story of Elizabeth Blackwell, M.D. by Rachel Baker
Four Against The Odds: The Struggle To Save Our Environment by Stephen Krensky
Frederick Douglass a Voice for Freedom in the 1800s (scholastic biography) by Camilla Wilson
Frederick Douglass Fights For Freedom by Margaret Davidson
Freedom Train: The Story of Harriet Tubman by Dorothy Sterling
George Washington Carver by Camilla J. Wilson
George Washington: The Man Who Would Not Be King by Stephen Krensky
Great Escapes of World War II by George Sullivan
Harry Houdini: Master of Magic (Harry Houdini Mysteries) by Robert Kraske
I Have A Dream: The Story Of Martin Luther King by Margaret Davidson
Helen Keller (Scholastic Biography) by Margaret Davidson
Helen Keller's Teacher by Margaret Davidson
The Home Run Kings: Babe Ruth, Henry Aaron by Clare Gault
House Divided: The Lives Of U.S. Grant & R.E. Lee (Scholastic Biography) by Jules Archer
In the Line of Fire: Eight Women War Spies by George Sullivan
J.R.R. Tolkien: The Man Who Created the Lord of the Rings (Scholastic Biography) by Michael Coren
Jim Abbott: Against All Odds (Scholastic biography) by Ellen Emerson White
Joe Dimaggio Baseball Star (Scholastic Biography) by Trudie Engel
John Fitzgerald Kennedy: America's 35th President (Scholastic Biography) by Barry Denenberg
The Life And Words of Martin Luther King Jr. by Ira Peck
Like Father, Like Son: Baseball's Major League Families (Scholastic Biography) by Sarah Gardiner White
Louis Braille : The Boy Who Invented Books for the Blind by Margaret Davidson
The Magic: Earvin Johnson (Scholastic Biography) by Bill Morgan
Mark Twain: America's Humorist, Dreamer, Prophet (Scholastic Biography) by Clinton Cox
Michael Jordan (Scholastic Biography) by Chip Lovitt
Mr. President; A Book of U.S. Presidents by George Sullivan
New kids in town : oral histories of immigrant teens by Janet Bode
Not Guilty (Scholastic Biography) by George Sullivan
One More River to Cross: The Stories of Twelve Black Americans by Jim Haskins
Our 41st President: George Bush (Scholastic Biography) by Dian Dincin Buchman
Our 42nd President: Bill Clinton (Scholastic biography) by Jack L. Roberts
A Place To Hide: True Stories Of Holocaust Rescues by Jayne Pettit
Pocahontas and the Strangers by Clyde Robert Bulla
Ready, Aim, Fire!: The Real Adventures of Annie Oakley by Ellen Levine
Rosa Parks Biography (Scholastic Biography) by Cammie Wilson
Secret Missions: Four True Life Stories (Scholastic biography) by Ellen Levine
The Secret Soldier : The Story of Deborah Sampson by Ann McGovern
Shaquille O'Neal (Scholastic Biography) by Ellen Emerson White
Shark Lady: True Adventures of Eugenie Clark by Ann McGovern
So Young to Die: The Story of Hannah Senesh by Candice F. Ransom
Sojourner Truth: Ain't I a Woman by Patricia C. Mckissack
Sole Survivor (Scholastic Biography) by Ruthanne Lum McCunn
Squanto: Friend of the Pilgrims by Clyde Robert Bulla
Standing Tall: The Stories of Ten Hispanic Americans by Argentina Palacios
Stealing Home : the Story of Jackie Robinson by Barry Denenberg
The Story of George Washington Carver by Eva Moore
The Story Of Thomas Alva Edison by Margaret Davidson
They Led the Way: 14 American Women by Johanna Johnston
They Made a Revolution: 1776 by Jules Archer
They Shot the President: Ten True Stories (Scholastic Biography) by George Sullivan
Thomas Alva Edison, Great Inventor: Great Inventor (Scholastic Biography) by Nancy Smiler Levinson
Thomas Jefferson: Man With a Vision by Ruth Crisman
Tiger Woods: An American Master by Nicholas Edwards
Undying Glory: The Story of the Massachusetts 54th Regiment (Scholastic Biography) by Clinton Cox
Venus & Serena: The Grand Slam Williams Sisters by Bill Gutman
We'll Never Forget You, Roberto Clemente by Trudie Engel
The World At Her Fingertips: Story Of Helen Keller, The by Joan Dash
The Wright Brothers at Kitty Hawk by Donald J. Sobol

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