1
Nile Crossing
Written by Katy Beebe and Sally Wern Comport
2
The Watcher
Written by Bryan Collier and Nikki Grimes
3
Mississippi Morning
Written by Ruth Vander Zee
4
The Call of the Swamp
Written by Davide Cali and Marco Soma
5
The Life and Times of Martin Luther
Written by Klaus Ensikat and Meike Roth-Beck
6
Roger Is Going Fishing
Written by Koen Van Biesen
7
The Warli People
Written by Su-Bi Jeong and Hye-Eun Shin
8
Plume
Written by Isabelle Simler
9
When a Wolf Is Hungry
Written by Kris Di Giacomo and Christine Naumann-Villemin

Eerdmans Books for Young Readers is the proud publisher of fantastic authors and illustrators. Together we have won such prestigious awards as the Batchelder and Caldecott awards, placed many books on national and state reading lists, and touched the minds and hearts of children around the world.

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Though today she is known worldwide as a prolific writer, Joy Cowley started out as a slow reader. Not only did she struggle to read—she struggled to find a reason to read as she was taught a “meaningless system of fragmented language.”

Those struggles were the very thing that eventually launched Cowley’s remarkable career. As an advocate for beginning readers, slow readers, and ESL readers, Cowley has made it her mission to share the joy of story through children’s books. Since the 1970s, she has published countless for children (and also several novels for adults), and she has also served as an editor for other literary projects, including the Trade Winds series.

The Trade Winds books are an innovative expression of Cowley’s vision: they use engaging stories to introduce young readers to the world of global economy and culture. Readers can follow Wong Chung along the Silk Road in Father’s Road, melt gold into the earliest coins with Laos in Lion, King, and Coin, and move to the big, booming city with Charlie in Leather Shoe Charlie. Designed specifically for classroom use, these books feature excellent back matter and supplementary material for dynamic lesson plans.


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