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Books published by publisher Heinemann/Raintree

  • Ancient China

    Dale Anderson

    Hardcover (Heinemann-Raintree, Sept. 15, 2005)
    Explore history from a new perspective! See what art reveals about past civilisations and how history is portrayed through the art and architecture that remains. Each title focuses on significant events, political, cultural and everyday life. Biographies of influential people are included. Ages 11-14.
  • Medieval Paris

    Anna Cazzini Tartaglino, Nanda Torcellan

    Library Binding (Heinemann/Raintree, March 1, 2001)
    A guide to medieval Paris uses a tour of the city to examine how people lived and worked there.
  • Casey Jones

    Jan Gleiter, Kathleen Thompson, Francis Balistreri

    Library Binding (Heinemann/Raintree, April 1, 1987)
    The life of the railroad engineer, famous for always bringing his train in on time, and whose last ride on the Cannonball Express inspired the well-known ballad.
  • Jaguars

    E. Melanie Watt

    Library Binding (Heinemann/Raintree, June 1, 1998)
    Describes the physical characteristics, classification, behavior, habitat, and endangered status of the jaguar.
  • The Parthenon

    Peter Chrisp

    Library Binding (Heinemann/Raintree, June 1, 1997)
    Describes the planning, building, and uses of the Parthenon
  • Texas Native Peoples

    Mary Dodson Wade

    Library Binding (Heinemann/Raintree, May 1, 2004)
    Features an illustrated history of the Native Americans of Texas and discusses their physical characteristics, living conditions, handicraft, and activities.
  • Black Rhino: Habitats, Life Cycle, Food Chains, Threats

    Malcolm Penny

    Library Binding (Heinemann/Raintree, Sept. 1, 2001)
    Describes the physical characteristics, habitat, eating and mating habits, and the threats they face and what is being done to protect them.
  • Only in Dreams

    Emmett A. Davis, Jackie Urbanovic

    Library Binding (Heinemann/Raintree, Sept. 1, 1983)
    A little man tells his pet bird about his wonderful dream in which a cycling cyclops, a juggling genie, and a dancing dragon appeared.
  • Mother Teresa: Saint of the Poor

    Nina Morgan

    Library Binding (Heinemann/Raintree, March 1, 1998)
    A biography of Mother Teresa, the Albanian nun who founded the Order of the Missionaries of Charity in Calcutta, won the Nobel Peace Prize, and dedicated her life to helping the destitute
  • France

    Teresa Fisher

    Library Binding (Heinemann/Raintree, March 1, 1999)
    Discusses some of the foods enjoyed in France and describes special foods that are part of such specific celebrations as Christmas, Mardi Gras, and Menton's Lemon Festival. Includes recipes.
  • The Indus Valley

    Jane Shuter

    Library Binding (Heinemann/Raintree, Oct. 1, 2002)
    An introduction to the civilization of the Indus Valley, which began crica 3500 B.C.E., including its culture, government, writing system, and more.
  • Francis Parkman and the Plains Indians

    Francis Parkman, Jane Shuter

    Library Binding (Heinemann/Raintree, Jan. 1, 1995)
    Francis Parkman describes the Sioux in the summer of 1846, before major disruptions in their life