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Prior to women getting the vote, this is the way things used to be: In Canada, people believed only those with property should have the right to vote. If a couple co-owned a property they shared one vote. The man retained the right to cast that vote. Wages earned by women still went to their husbands. Women then started to fight for social reform. Suffragists rose up. They wanted to vote. They wanted to create change. Read about the epic struggles, years of hard work, perseverance, and the preju
When someone you know-when someone you love-dies from suicide the sense of loss and guilt can be overwhelming and it is natural to wonder how you can ever come back from that pain. Suicide: When It Happens to Someone You Know offers a deeply personal look at the thoughts, feelings, and grieving process in the aftermath of suicide. It shows that there is no magic elixir, no ideal path to feeling okay again but that the way back includes accepting how you feel, talking to people you trust, and tak
Middle school is the perfect storm of BFFs, frenemies, and mean girls. If you haven’t been frozen out, dumped, or betrayed, then you are lucky. This series tackles the challenging years before high school. The newly forged friendship between Carson Roberts, Emma Swanson, and Mai Pham seems unbreakable. The girls have found a kindred spirit in each other. Together, they turn the tables on the most beautiful bully in Texsun City, Jessa McCain. There are no power struggles between these three besti
Sunakali, a small Nepalese country girl, keeps goats with her friends in the Himalayas. But the girls have a secret passion-soccer! They play it every afternoon in the pastures. One day, a visitor from Katmandu asks to meet them. "I want to start a national women?s soccer team. I will coach you and get you invited to tournaments." It's the beginning of an incredible true story.
Sunakali, a small Nepalese country girl, keeps goats with her friends in the Himalayas. But the girls have a secret passion-soccer! They play it every afternoon in the pastures. One day, a visitor from Katmandu asks to meet them. "I want to start a national women’s soccer team. I will coach you and get you invited to tournaments." It’s the beginning of an incredible true story.
When Savta arrives for a visit from Israel, her grandson is excited about their upcoming Sunday together. Savta promises him a special gift. What could be better? Instead, they visit a museum filled with paintings of Jewish celebrations. As they walk through the art show, Savta shares stories from her childhood about smelly fish, superhero costumes, and yummy donuts. But the grandson never gets that special gift. Or does he?
From the World Cup to the Olympics to professional leagues, soccer is the most popular sport in the world. It has enthusiastic fans, an exciting history, and some of the best athletes in the world. This series will look at huge moments and teams from across history. Each book will feature colourful storytelling that will bring the sport's biggest moments to life. Super Soccer is a can't-miss series for any soccer fan.
Learn about the history, greatest players, and most iconic moments of the world's most popular sports teams. Chock-full of stats and shareable information, sports fans will love the action-packed, high-interest text and thrilling photos.
Have you ever dreamed of achieving unbelievable superhuman feats? Through approachable, levelled text, this series explores the world of superheroes and whether superhuman powers can become a reality. Readers will explore fascinating features including superhero profiles, effects graphics, media sightings, and more. Downloadable features let readers show they have what it takes to be a superhero!