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1607: A New Look at Jamestown

  The first settlers arrived at Jamestown full of hope. But three quarters of those who made the journey would be dead by 1624. Why did so many perish? New archaeological discoveries and historical research offer us the clearest understanding yet of one of the earliest—and most intriguing—chapters in American history. More...

A Photobiography of
Edgar Allan Poe

Nevermore brings one of America’s most enigmatic writers to the attention of a new generation of children. This lyrical photobiography examines the life and times of the author and poet who would have a huge influence on future generations of writers, poets, artists, and even songwriters. More...


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Children's History -- 

Poe's life for a new generation.
        School Library Journal starred review

"The book I wish I could have had when I was a kid."
 --Michael Deas, designer of the Poe stamp

1607: A New Look at Jamestown
The latest on America's first colony.
        School Library Journal starred review

"A fascinating look at archaeology in action."

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