Connie Roop

Connie Roop, a high school environmental science teacher, is a recipient of the Women Leaders in Education Award from the American Association of University Women and a Kohl Education Foundation Award for Exceptional Teaching. Last Year Connie visited four states and shared her writing experiences with 5,000 students.

  • An Eye for an Eye

    By Peter Roop and Connie Roop

    Read by Christina Moore

    A Story of the Revolutionary War

    A teenage girl questions her principles after her brother is captured during the Revolutionary War.

    "Chapters end in suspense and the action is steady." - School Library Journal

    Released October 11, 2016
    English, Unabridged

  • Sacagawea

    By Peter Roop and Connie Roop

    Read by Christina Moore

    Girl of the Shining Mountains

    Sacagawea, the Shoshoni woman who helped guide Lewis and Clark, tells her life story.

    "This novel is most memorable for the flesh-and-blood Shoshoni woman who emerges from its pages. Sacagawea is revealed as a complex personality: a protective mother, a skilled navigator, and a brave negotiator who often saves the expedition from disaster." - School Library Journal

    Released October 11, 2016
    English, Unabridged

  • I, Columbus

    By Peter Roop and Connie Roop

    Read by Pat Grimes

    My Journal 1492-1493

    A firsthand account of Columbus's famous voyage to the East, taken from his journal entries.

    "These excerpts make for engrossing reading...direct and surprisingly accessible text...delicate but fresh flavor of the ink drawings." - Publishers Weekly

    Released August 30, 2016
    English, Unabridged

  • Louisiana Purchase

    By Peter Roop and Connie Roop

    Read by Pat Grimes

    A guide for young readers to understand the historic purchase of land by President Jefferson.

    "...a good, concise history of the Louisiana Territory, written in terms accessible to middle-graders." - Booklist

    Released September 30, 2016
    English, Unabridged