eBook Remarkable People in History, 2nd Edition

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  • ISBN-10: 1615355685
  • ISBN-13: 9781615355686
  • DDC: 909
  • Grade Level Range: 2nd Grade - 6th Grade
  • 64 Pages | eBook
  • Original Copyright 2012 | Published/Released August 2013
  • This publication's content originally published in print form: 2012
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Overview

Updated for 2012 and part of the Britannica Learning Library Series, in Remarkable People in History, you will learn about extraordinary people who have changed the course of history.

Table of Contents

Front Cover.
Title Page.
Copyright Page.
Introduction.
Table of Contents.
1: Leaders and Empire Builders.
2: Ashoka: The Emperor and the Right Way of Living.
3: Julius Caesar: Rome's Remarkable General and Statesman.
4: Fidel Castro: The Man Who Changed Cuba.
5: Charlemagne: The Father of Europe.
6: Cleopatra: Queen of Egypt.
7: Elizabeth I: A Clever, Courageous Queen.
8: Empress of China: The Dragon Empress.
9: Mohammed Ali Jinnah: Founder of Pakistan.
10: Nelson Mandela: A Fighter for Rights.
11: Mao Zedong: Architect of Modern China.
12: Golda Meir: Israel's First Woman Prime Minister.
13: Anwar el-Sadat: Egypt's Man of Peace.
14: U Thant: World Peacemaker.
15: Heroes and Discoverers.
16: Anne Frank: A Young Girl and Her Diary.
17: Simón Bolívar: Hero of Many Nations.
18: Mahatma Gandhi: Salt and Empires.
19: Martin Luther King, Jr.: Civil Rights Leader.
20: Ferdinand Magellan: Around-The-World Voyager.
21: Tenzing Norgay: On Top of the World.
22: Mother Teresa: Mother of the Poor and Dying.
23: Artists, Athletes, and Scientists.
24: Elizabeth Blackwell: The First Modern Woman Doctor.
25: Cathy Freeman: Gold Medalist in Track.
26: Galileo Galilei: The Man Who Discovered Outer Space.
27: Jane Goodall: The Woman Who Lived with Chimpanzees.
28: Helen Keller: Woman of Courage.
29: Louis Pasteur: The Man Who Conquered Disease.
30: Pelé: Football Star.
31: William Shakespeare: Plays That Never Grow Old.
Glossary.
Index.
Front Cover.
Title Page.
Other Frontmatter.
Copyright Page.
Introduction.
Table of Contents.
1: Leaders and Empire Builders.
2: Ashoka: The Emperor and the Right Way of Living.
3: Julius Caesar: Rome's Remarkable General and Statesman.
4: Fidel Castro: The Man Who Changed Cuba.
5: Charlemagne: The Father of Europe.
6: Cleopatra: Queen of Egypt.
7: Elizabeth I: A Clever, Courageous Queen.
8: Empress of China: The Dragon Empress.
9: Mohammed Ali Jinnah: Founder of Pakistan.
10: Nelson Mandela: A Fighter for Rights.
11: Mao Zedong: Architect of Modern China.
12: Golda Meir: Israel's First Woman Prime Minister.
13: Anwar el-Sadat: Egypt's Man of Peace.
14: U Thant: World Peacemaker.
15: Heroes and Discoverers.
16: Anne Frank: A Young Girl and Her Diary.
17: Simón Bolívar: Hero of Many Nations.
18: Mahatma Gandhi: Salt and Empires.
19: Martin Luther King, Jr.: Civil Rights Leader.
20: Ferdinand Magellan: Around-the-World Voyager.
21: Tenzing Norgay: On Top of the World.
22: Mother Teresa: Mother of the Poor and Dying.
23: Artists, Athletes, and Scientists.
24: Elizabeth Blackwell: The First Modern Woman Doctor.
25: Cathy Freeman: Gold Medalist in Track.
26: Galileo Galilei: The Man Who Discovered Outer Space.
27: Jane Goodall: The Woman Who Lived with Chimpanzees.
28: Helen Keller: Woman of Courage.
29: Louis Pasteur: The Man Who Conquered Disease.
30: Pelé: Football Star.
31: William Shakespeare: Plays That Never Grow Old.
Glossary.
Index.