Stories from Around the World
The stories in this collection provide young readers with a global perspective. Experience a new culture, language or set of traditions within their pages.
In this sequel to the award-winning A Boy Is Not a Bird, a boy is exiled to Siberia during World War II. Based on a true story.
A vivid and stunningly illustrated memoir about growing up in a small village in Mali, written by a renowned African artist who now lives in Portland.
Celebrating the Yellow River Cantata, this is the riveting history of a young author and militant who used art to create a socially just China.
Three children at a Passover seder visit ancient Egypt to help baby Moses find his way safely to Pharaoh’s daughter—a wordless time-travel adventure.
Meet ten remarkable African kings, queens, inventors, scholars and visionaries who changed the world.
A fully-illustrated treatment of the true stories of three young refugees who journey alone to North America, seeking refugee status.
University life is better than Charlotte ever dreamed, but her exposure to new ideas in 1981 Ghana will be an exciting and dangerous adventure.
An authentically written and exquisitely illustrated book of indigenous tales from Brazil.
A collection of poetry by one of the greatest Indigenous poets of the Americas about the vanished world of his childhood — that of the Maya K’iche’.
A Haitian American girl finds connection to generations of family lore in this story of identity, heart and home.
A poignant and frank novel set in Ghana, told from the point of view of a disarmingly forthright teenaged girl.