Enjoy a day at the beach with Michelle! This storybook, featuring vibrant illustrations, takes Michelle on a sunny, beach adventure. Everyone’s favorite honor roll student enjoys the day with her parents as they ride in helicopters, eat pizza, play with seashells, and even learn about the ocean waves!
Did you know your cellphone was invented by an African American? What about the doorknob, mailbox, or the home security system? Through the book, you will learn along with Mr. Kentrell’s class just how African American women and men contributed to the world we live in.
Imagine Life Without African American Inventors is a beautifully illustrated children’s book about inventions that has become the fabric of our everyday lives. Children will learn that some things that we may take for granted – from the components in a cell phone, streetlights, mailbox, hairbrush, potato chips, ironing board to the home security system – were created by African American men and women. As Michelle and Mr. Kentrell’s class learn about these inventors, they are asked to image life without African Americans.
Writing a book is such an incredible accomplishment! What is even more exciting is when the book is published. However, Michelle is about to find out the challenges of being a published author. Her expectations are high as she prepares to attend her first book expo at her school, Pen Legacy Elementary. She anticipates everyone will want to buy her book.
To her disappointment, Michelle doesn’t sell any books and becomes discouraged, vowing never to write again. Michelle’s mother tries to encourage her not to give up on her gift, but it is Ms. Charron Monaye who changes Michelle’s decision by sharing her success as an author. Michelle uses this information to overcome the obstacles she believes are in her way.
Take this journey as Michelle goes from zero sells to SOLD OUT!
Executive Branch! Legislative Branch! Judicial Branch! Who really runs the world?
Michelle is excited to visit the U.S. Capitol with her class! The students are fascinated by Congress and how it works. Not only are they eager to learn more about the House, Senate and their functions, but excited to show off what they’ve already learned. Will the class impress their teacher – Mr. Cauley, and their tour guide with their knowledge, and what other exciting facts will they learn about our democracy?
Officially a published author, Michelle has sold out of her books during the Pen Legacy Book Expo at her school and must now decide what to do with all the money she has earned. Does she spend it on the things she wants or save it as she was taught?
Michelle Opens Her First Bank Account unfolds a treasury of ideas that could directly affect your child’s view of the world in which we live. When teaching children about money, there is no one-size-fits-all approach. Yet, this story will be an easy and fun way to start.
Introduce your child to a mindful way to value money by joining Michelle on her exciting journey to open a bank account. Teaching responsible money habits like investing, saving and budgeting can help your child mature and grow with confidence.
This empowering story is perfect for children who want to dream big and begin their journey of securing their financial future.
In this exciting adventure, Michelle and her parents are off to Paris for her father’s business meeting. Throughout their visit, Michelle is introduced to French cuisine, enjoys the double-decker bus tour of the city, and learns about the history of various landmarks. But, when touring the Eiffel Tower is not on her parent’s agenda until the last day, Michelle’s feelings get hurt.
Will her parent’s change the agenda? Will Michelle go with the flow? In Michelle Goes to Paris, readers learn the value of patience, culture, and the beauty of family.
“Where you see wrong or inequality or injustice, speak out, because this is your country. This is your democracy. Make it. Protect it. Pass it on.”
~ Justice Thurgood Marshall
The day that Mr. Stewart’s students have been eagerly waiting for has finally arrived––a field trip to the Supreme Court! During the tour, Marquis and his classmates are encouraged to ask questions, highlighting the importance of curiosity in the learning process.
How many justices are seated in the Supreme Court? What is the difference between the chief justice and the associate justices? Why do justices wear black robes? These are just a few of the questions that are answered. The students also learn the role the President of the United States plays in the Supreme Court and how justices are elected to serve.
Marquis Goes to the Supreme Court is the perfect literary companion for inquisitive children who want to learn about the Supreme Court’s history and have questions regarding its setup.