• Hillary Rodham Clinton

    By Michelle Markel

    Ill. by LeUyen Pham

    Read by Lesa Lockford

    Some Girls Are Born to Lead

    The story of Hillary Clinton’s childhood, and how she paved the way for women everywhere.

    “An inspiring true-life female empowerment biography for kids, this is highly recommended.” - Video Librarian (starred review) -3 and a half stars

    Released January 26, 2016

  • The Inventor's Secret

    By Suzanne Slade

    Ill. by Jennifer Black Reinhardt

    Read by Susie Berneis

    What Thomas Edison Told Henry Ford

    The story of Thomas Edison and Henry Ford, focusing on their friendship and inventions.

    "Reinhardt's mixed-media artwork includes several lighthearted moments. It's a rewarding look at the importance of persistence, as well as the friendship..." - Publishers Weekly

    Released December 15, 2015

  • Separate is Never Equal

    By Duncan Tonatiuh

    Ill. by Duncan Tonatiuh

    Read by Adriana Sananes

    Sylvia Mendez and Her Family's Fight for Desegregation

    A touching account of one family’s quest for equality in America.

    “Provides an excellent introduction to the history of segregation and its still-continuing dismantling for younger children, as well as a solid lead-in for older students.” - School Library Journal (video review)

    Released May 27, 2014

  • Locomotive

    By Brian Floca

    Ill. by Brian Floca

    Read by Eric G. Dove

    All aboard! The 2014 Caldecott Medal winner is now on video!

    Starred review. “...Floca proves himself masterful with words, art, and ideas... Train buffs and history fans of many ages will find much to savor in this gorgeously rendered and intelligent effort.” - School Library Journal

    Released May 20, 2014