Karen Zeinert - Juvenile Nonfiction - 2001 - 126 pages
Elizabeth finds a way to get involved in the war effort and learn how to fly planes when she joins a ferrying program that delivers airplanes for the military.
Karen Zeinert - History - 1997 - 101 pages
Traces the 1839 revolt of Africans aboard the slave ship Amistad, their apprehension, and long trial which ended in their acquittal by the Supreme Court.
Karen Zeinert - Juvenile Nonfiction - 1999 - 113 pages
Text, including quotations from contemporary sources such as the diary of John Wilkes Booth, the testimony of witnesses, letters, and accounts by others involved, examines the ...
Karen Zeinert - Juvenile Nonfiction - 1998 - 96 pages
Examines the important contributions of various women, Northern, Southern, and slave, to the American Civil War, on the battlefield, in print, on the home front, and in other ...
Karen Zeinert - Juvenile Nonfiction - 1996 - 128 pages
Relates accounts of teen violence in school, at home, among friends, and in public places, and offers information for victims about what to do and where to get help.
Karen Zeinert - Juvenile Nonfiction - 1994 - 112 pages
Describing the heroic efforts of the many women who served during the Second World War, a collection of personal accounts relates their participation in the military, medicine ...