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With the German occupation threatening their safety, Maurice and Joseph must flee to their older brothers in the free zone. Surviving the long journey will take every scrap of ingenuity and courage they can muster.
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This graphic biography traces Colin Kaepernick's road from young sports standout to athlete and activist. As Kaepernick protested violence against African Americans, he lost his career in football but gained a voice heard worldwide.
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In an era of discrimination, Jackie Robinson broke Major League Baseball's race barrier. Facing harassment, he stayed focused on the game, becoming the MLB Rookie of the Year in 1947 and later a baseball legend.
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Jesse Owens smashed records throughout his track and field career. In 1936, he made history at the Olympic Games in Berlin, Germany. Owens won four gold medals, combating Adolf Hitler's message of Nazi superiority.
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Serena Williams has amazed tennis fans with her talent and spoken out against racism and sexism in the tennis world. She has also become a role model for a new generation of tennis players.
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Charlotte, Emily, and Anne Brontë—faced with an ailing father and an alcoholic brother—pursue independence through art in this graphic vision of the lives of three legendary writers. Despite their family's stormy fortunes, the Brontë sisters resolved to write. To thwart the nineteenth century's double standards, they took the names of men, becoming the Bell brothers. Their works incited controversy and speculation, while at home, the sisters contended with the rages of Branwell Brontë, their self-destructive sibling. Manuela Santoni presents a time before Jane Eyre, Wuthering Heights, and The Tenant of Wildfell Hall were known as literary masterpieces, when winds shook the Brontë house and determination held it together.
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Albert Einstein's restless intelligence drove him to ponder the biggest topics in the universe: light, time, mass, energy, and more. His conclusions changed the way people thought about the laws of physics.
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Charles Darwin's scientific work transformed the way people think about life on Earth. He took every opportunity to study the natural world. And he helped shape a new understanding of how life forms change over time.
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Isaac Newton's youth was marked by constant curiosity. Throughout his life of research and experiments, he turned this curiosity into major insights about the workings of Earth and the universe, developing three laws to explain the motions of objects.
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At the start of the twentieth century, Marie Curie, a Polish physicist and chemist, stunned the scientific world. Her research led to the discovery of two elements--polonium and radium--which held the most unusual property: radioactivity.
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