Kerry is visiting her brother, Mike, for the first tme in his new home. She sees a sign for a fortune teller. Mike doesn't believe in fortune tellers, but he goes, too. What does Rosie say to him? And is she right?
Terry Fox has cancer and he has an artificial leg. He runs across Canada for sick children and he gets $10,000,000. Read about his Marathon of Hope, his pain, and his short life. This is the true story of a strong athlete—and a Canadian hero.
The Galapagos Islands are beautiful. They are full of interesting animals and birds. One famous visitor to the islands, in 1835, was the scientist Charles Darwin. Now the two young Americans, Sophie and David, are making a movie there. What do they find?
In Clanton, Mississippi, not much happens. There aren't many interesting stories for Willie Traynor's newspaper. But then there's a murder. When the killer goes to jail, the story does not end. Everybody is afraid now of this man and his family. Will there be more killings? Who will be next?
More than two thousand years ago, traders brought spices and incense by camel caravan across deserts and mountains from the south of Arabia to the Mediterranean Sea. This is the story of that journey, and of the rich and beautiful cities on the way.
From the top of Mount Rushmore, the heads of four U.S. presidents look down on the world below: George Washington, Thomas Jefferson, Abraham Lincoln, and Theodore Roosevelt. Who were these great men? How did they become president? And what changes did they bring to the United States of America?
Freddy lives on a Pacific Island. There, the fishermen—and Freddy’s father—can only make good money from shark finning. Will sharks have to die so Freddy can go to college? Or can he and his friends bring money to the island and protect the sharks?