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Danny Kravitz is an Emmy award-winning writer, songwriter, and a professor of screenwriting at Columbia College in Chicago. He has written for TV, film, and print media. A lover of history and the stories contained within, Danny combines his passion for storytelling with the amazing facts of the past. He is also a sports and nature enthusiast. He resides in Chicago, Illinois.
Immigrants gazed upon the towering Statue of Liberty and entered the gates of Ellis Island in order to begin their journeys in America. Meet the immigrants who ...
Millions of people made the long journey to America in the early 1900s. They looked for freedom, safety, or the promise of a new life. Follow the waves of ...
This set illuminates the history of presidential elections and the process by which presidents are chosen by blending three nonfiction text types and a single ...
After a 10-year-old boy is stricken with polio, he must wear braces on his legs and walks with a limp. He becomes sad and depressed because he can no longer ...
Connect brings together the nonfiction text features you need with the engaging, powerful stories you want. This four-book set explores U.S. Immigration in the ...
Imagine leaving your home and moving across the country to a new life on the unknown frontier. That's exactly what thousands of people did in the mid 1800s ...
When supplies were running low, Knox led a group of men through treacherous conditions to retrieve weapons and ammunition for the Colonial Army. His brave ...
General George Washington's crossing of the Delaware River lives on in a famous painting, but the unforgettable true story of that night is unfamiliar to many ...
This series uses gripping text, amusing fun facts, and captivating infographics to examine some of the lesser-known yet pivotal stories behind America's fight ...
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