I Am Sacagawea by Brad Meltzer

I love Brad Meltzer’s Ordinary People Change the World Series, these books are informational and inspiring. Sacagawea lived an extraordinary life. As a young mother, on a quest with Lewis and Clark and did not allow herself to confined. This book is perfect for this day and age to teach young girls that they have […]

I Am Gandhi by Brad Meltzer

I am Jim Henson by Brad Meltzer

Every time I read a book in the Ordinary People Can Change the World series, I swear it is my favorite! That is until I read the next! I loved this story about Jim Henson, the man was a genius! He was a visionary with an imagination beyond compare and a true advocate for the […]

I am Amelia Earhart (Ordinary People Change the World) by Brad Meltzer

This book is my favorite in the whole series so far. The book teaches a valuable lesson to chase your dreams, not matter what anybody tells you.Β  It tells you about what Amelia went through as a child and as an adult.

I am Martin Luther King Jr. by Brad Meltzer

I am Martin Luther King Jr. brings to life in vibrant colors and illustrations the plight of the Civil Rights Movement. This book carefully records the life of Dr. King through his trials and triumphs made for kids. Your children will experience the hardships of the Civil Rights Movement through the eyes of a young […]

I am Lucille Ball by Brad Meltzer

I am Lucille Ball is a must read for all girls and boys!Β Β  We follow Lucy as she grows from a “wild, unruly” child to an adult TV star that was able to call her own shots.Β  Lucy was discouraged by important people in her life but it was the encouragement of one person in […]

I Am Abraham Lincoln by Brad Meltzer

I am Abraham Lincoln is a great introduction to our 16th president. The story is written with both facts and fiction but the true character of President Lincoln comes across in a few important messages weaved into this story kids can appreciate today. The pictures are vibrant and absolutely adorable. I love the art in […]

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