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  1. Picture book biographies are great sources of history that children can view easily and understand easily. It is important for young kids to have the opportunity to read nonfiction pictures books from their classroom library to supplement what they already learn in school. Lengthy biographies without pictures will not successfully

  2. J.K. Rowling. Wizards, Hogwarts, and Gryffindors! Learn all about the brilliant mastermind behind the beloved "Harry Potter" series. Talented, compassionate, and kind, J.K. Rowling represents a true "rags-to-riches" story! 6th Grade.

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  4. helper. I can help you learn all about biographies and why they are important. Here in the Ulster County Clerk’s Archives, we have a book of biographies from 1896. That’s over 100 years ago! I wonder what life was like in 1896. What did people do? Where did they work? I can show you some of the pictures in our book.

  5. Biographies of people who made a difference and shaped our world. Short profiles for children on men and women who changed our world with path breaking ideas and actions. Personalities include statesmen, leaders, political thinkers, inventors, scientists, artists, writers, actors, sports persons and achievers.

  6. by Rita Lorraine Hubbard, illustrated by Oge Mora. Mary Walker should be a household name, and this beautifully illustrated picture book gets us one step closer to just that. Born into slavery in 1848, Walker was freed at age 15 and went on to work numerous jobs and raise a family in the South.

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  7. With Love Gaia. Written by Kirthi Jayakumar and Nanditha Ravindar Illustrated by Raghu Ramachandran. Categories: Age 10-13 years, Age 6-9 years, All FKB Books, Applied Science, Children, Conservation, FKB Make a Difference, Grade 1 to Grade 3, Grade 4 to Grade 6, Inspirational, Intermediate English, Nature, School Projects.

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