On September 17 every year, we remember the signing of the Constitution by our Founders who worked hard to secure our freedoms. We also celebrate those who pledge their allegiance and become U.S. citizens.
Everyone loves celebrating Labor Day weekend-it's the "last hurrah" of summer, with parades and picnics and fun. But on the first Monday of September, we remember the true meaning of the holiday: to celebrate and honor all the workers in our American labor force, especially those who fight for safe work places and fair pay.
Every 4th of July, we celebrate the United States of America, the "land of the free." Learn the story of our country's beginnings and how our courageous Founding Fathers broke away from royal rule with the Declaration of Independence.
On April 22 each year, more than a billion people around the world join together to shine a spotlight on Planet Earth. Let's Celebrate Earth Day encourages young readers to learn about why this important holiday was created and about the many little things we can do to make big changes in the health of our planet.
On the last Monday of May, when spring flowers are in bloom and summer is just around the corner, we pause to remember all the brave men and women in our Armed Forces who died while protecting our country, our freedoms, and us.
The passing seasons are used as a vehicle to tell the parallel stories of the Wampanoag and the Pilgrims, from the European settlers' landing in 1620 through the first Thanksgiving feast in November of 1621.
Tessa Tiger likes to play sports-but NOT when she loses. She stomps and storms until her friends don't want to play with her anymore. Can Tessa change her attitude and make T-ball fun again-for everyone?